Mark Collins was sentenced to ten years in prison Tuesday, two days before his twentieth birthday, for physically abusing a 2-month old child.
A Covington City Hall staffer is honored by a national publication; Last year's Republican gubernatorial ticket got a double dose of bad headlines with one filing for divorce and the other
The City Manager of Fremont, California wrote an op-ed in the Oakland Tribune to highlight his city's success in overcoming years of "budget shortfalls and painful decision" and notes that Manageme
Covington Police Chief Spike Jones will speak with the South Covington Community Action Association Thursday during the organization's "hot dog social".
From 1895 to 1919 one of the largest amusement parks in the nation operated in tiny Ludlow, Kentucky.
160 workers evacuated from Covington food processing plant; No arrests yet but a reward is offered in possible Covington arson case; The Holmes High School Band played on even after its bus
A fight between girls in Covington's Eastside neighborhood was the catalyst for a series of events that ended with a man shot.
The late addition of resident-only parking on six blocks in Mainstrasse Village during this weekend's Oktoberfest celebration forced the City of Covington staff to react quickly to the call.
Legions of crowds will make their annual trek to Mainstrasse Village for Oktoberfest starting Friday but Latonia businesses are hoping for their own crowds in their part of the City for the first-e
Mainstrasse Village will add another destination to its booming menu of restaurants just in time for its largest annual festival, Oktoberfest.
In this week's mugshot round-up, Kenton County Prosecutor Rob Sanders weighs in on what was quite a busy week and answers a couple more questions about the long list of people sent away to prison,
Rebecca Volpe will be leaving the City of Covington's community development department where she has served as busisness recruitment and retention specialist.
As a result of the changes in this landscape, we are making a big change to our nightly drawing program. Starting in the next few weeks, we will no longer be airing our drawing on broadcast TV stations. Instead, drawings will be streamed live and archived on the Kentucky Lottery’s website.
It must be check-writing season for Covington City Commissioner Steve Frank.