810 Madison Avenue, previously known as the nightclub Kelly's Stable, was torn down Monday afternoon.
The following people have been indicted on felony charges by the Kenton County Grand Jury. All defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
The Fifteenth Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon ran through the streets of the Queen City, Newport, and Covington starting early Sunday morning.
Fire broke out Saturday afternoon at Nuck-n-Futz, the Taylor Mill wings restaurant on Taylor Mill Road.
Another new business is opening on Main Street in Covington's Mainstrasse Village.
The Covington City Commission will have its legislative meeting on Tuesday, May 7, at 6:00 p.m. inside City Hall. These are the issues to be considered:
The Friends of Covington will give its annual Covington Award to former city manager Wally Pagan on May 9.
A Covington man was trapped in his backyard after his home on the 1900 block of Greenup Street caught fire at around 2:00 a.m.
UPDATE (8:00 P.M.): The bridge is now re-opened to traffic.
Holmes boys basketball head coach Jason Booher was named Kentucky's Coach of the Year by the Associated Press.
The Covington City Commission was taken over by the Covington Youth Commission Tuesday evening.
One person was shot Monday evening on Alexandria Avenue in Latonia Terrace. A Kenton County emergency dispatcher told The River City News that the victim suffered a wound to the leg.
A Chihuahua ran across Herman Street in Peaselburg on Monday afternoon and made its way underneath a vacant house.
The Cities of Covington and Bellevue are looking for historic buildings, residential or commercial, to feature in an upcoming video project.
This series highlights graduating seniors from Covington's Holmes High School and is written by staff members at Covington Independent Public Schools: