"Based on the video evidence I have seen in the public domain, if I were on a jury, I would not find Mr. Rittenhouse guilty of the charges."
The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) was awarded $45 million through a federal Airport Improvement Program (AIP) grant.
Kentucky saw an additional 809 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Friday, Governor Andy Beshear announced.
Ken Perry was appointed to the Northern Kentucky University board of regents.
Perry, of Bellevue, is the operator of Ken Perry Realty.
The City of Newport was awarded a federal Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Responses (SAFER) grant in the amount of $908,238.
Randy Poe, the recently retired superintendent of Boone County Schools, was appointed this week to the state board of education by Governor Andy Beshear.
Both directions of part of Interstate 275 will be closed Friday at 8 p.m. so that Duke Energy can replace a line.
The City of Fort Mitchell was awarded a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)'s Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) program.
Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky will distribute $30,000 to Faith Community Pharmacy and $40,000 to Early Childhood Learning Education Assessment Resource Network (EC Learn), which both
Newport on the Levee's overhaul entered a new phase as developer North American Properties announced Wednesday that it is moving into "major construction."
An expansion of an Alexandria subdivision has caused concern among some members of the community and led to a four-hour long meeting of the Campbell County Municipal Planning & Zoning Commissio
NB Develop, LLC won approval from the City of Newport's planning and zoning commission to change its zoning from residential hillside to multifamily, allowing no more than ten units per acre.
The City of Fort Mitchell's park board meets Tuesday night to set priorities and to outline options for the renovation of General Ormbsy Mitchel Park.
Four additional COVID-19-related deaths were reported by the Northern Kentucky Health Department on Monday.
The Bellevue board of education met twice in recent days to discuss tax rates, ultimately deciding on 91.7 cents per $100 of assessed value, about six cents lower than last year's rate.