Christ Hospital is opening multiple testing sites across Cincinnati amid the coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak.
St. Elizabeth Healthcare announced Tuesday new visitor restrictions amid the coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak.
Newport is closing its city building to the public starting Tuesday, March 17.
Governor Andy Beshear said Monday morning that he will order the closure of restaurants and bars in Kentucky, limiting their service to carry-out and delivery only.
The Boone County government announced that it is restricting face-to-face interactions between county staff and the public in response to coronavirus/COVID-19.
More cultural institutions are closing their doors for the time being amid the global coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.
From the City of Covington
The Kenton County Detention Center will not allow visitors to see inmates, Jailer Terry Carl announced Friday.
In a news release, Carl cited concern over the coronavirus/COVID-19.
From the Kenton County Public Library:
Since this article was originally published to include only Kenton County's declaration, additional counties have declared emergencies: Campbell, Boone, and Grant.
The Boone County Public Library announced Friday that it will close all locations, possibly through April 11.
The City of Covington is set to buy the 23 acres of land that was previously home to a processing center operated by the Internal Revenue Service.
This story has been updated with the identity of the two people found dead inside the home.
Update: Following the publication of an earlier version of this article, the Newport city commission voted to approve its ordinance by a vote of 4-0, with Mayor Jerry Peluso abstai
When she graduated from high school, Jamie Lindsey took a job at Delta Faucet in Morgantown. She liked the company and the job so she decided not to go to college.