UPDATE: One driver now faces a murder charge in this crash.
An amendment to state law overwhelmingly adopted by the Kentucky General Assembly and with near unanimous support from Northern Kentucky legislators has given cities with populations under 20,000 p
A year and a half ago, Kristian Harrison awoke to find his neighbor's house on fire.
He had heard a man yelling for help outside his Dayton home.
NKY Pride festival and parade return to Covington this weekend.
The City of Covington announced that it will have staff participants in the third annual parade.
Work is well underway on the new entrance to Bellevue High School.
The Covington Board of Education explored the possibility of launching a district enrollment center, an idea first discussed at its April meeting.
A park in Covington's Peaselburg neighborhood is set to be rebuilt at a cost of $80,000.
The Kenton County Public Library will offer lunch to local youth this summer.
The River City News was named as a finalist in two categories at the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Greater Cincinnati Chapter's Excellence in Journalism awards.
The Ludlow Vets have kicked-off a fundraising drive to add the names to the city’s war memorial of the men and women that served in the armed services during Vietnam, Korea and World War I.
Memorial Day was recognized across Northern Kentucky on Monday.
The City of Covington is poised to adopt a regulation that - during certain festivals and special events - would allow visitors to walk between establishments throughout parts of downtown with an o
The Florence city council listened to questions from some young constituents earlier this month.
Gateway Community & Technical College saw a 13 percent increase in candidates for graduation this year.
Thomas More University faculty, staff, students, and members of the northern Kentucky community welcomed President Joseph L. Chillo, LP.D.