"That guy makes a lot of sense," said Cincinnati radio host Bill Cunningham. "Can we get him to Cincinnati?"
A new survey by Gallup ranks the states (and Washington, DC) by its population of self-identifying gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people.
Congratulations to Holmes High School student Nicholas Drawbridge.
From Covington Independent Public Schools:
No more than $2 for Brent Spence tolls?; Heroin arrives in a big way in eastern Kentucky; A Covington pizza place is going to give out a thousand free slices;
Take a look at what's making news around Covington and around Kentucky:
COVINGTON IS AWESOME
James Noll, a former Villa Hills city councilman and the 2012 Democratic nominee for Kentucky State Senate district 23, was arrested in Fort Mitchell late Tuesday/early Wednesday.
The City of Covington adopted a vision statement at Tuesday night's city commission meeting, but not without some calls for a different approach by the elected officials. Here is the statement:
Model Kate Upton graces the cover of the annual Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition and inside its pages the 20-year old is seen scantily clad, cuddling up in the Antarctic snow with piece
"Academic genocide" comment angers Kentucky school board; A local doctor is on a one-man crusade to fix Northern Kentucky's health problems; A Covington business's product is spotted at New York Ci
Covington Police Chief Spike Jones shot what is believed to be a pitbull Monday afternoon.
Each week The River City News talks with Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders about his weekly e-newsletter that highlights who was sent to prison or got probation in the previ
Restaurateur Jeff Ruby tweeted the following news Monday afternoon: