Our long national nightmare is over.
Election season is special time in Kentucky. Next to basketball season, there doesn’t seem to be a time that gets Kentuckians more excited.
(With sincere apologies to Billy Shakespeare)
Everyone saw the Bengals lay yet another egg on the national stage last night as they were hammered by a much more physical Browns team that seemed to have the Cincinnati playbook in their pockets.
The Republican victory in the battle to control the Senate elevates Kentucky’s senior Senator, Mitch McConnell to the position of Majority Leader, a very big deal.
A recent column written by Kathy Y. Wilson and published in the Cincinnati alternative newspaper, CityBeat, caused a furor in Covington.
Kentucky has a fascinating heritage when it comes to public unity. Everyone knows the Commonwealth was home to both Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis.
Hi. I'm Michael Monks, the editor and publisher of The River City News and I don't usually editorialize but I read something today that had me seething and shaking with anger.
Distinguished journalist David Hawpe, retired editor of The Courier-Journal in Louisville and lifelong Kentuckian, shared his thoughts on the major challenges facing his home state as he led a