Northern Kentucky volleyball ended its season on Saturday, falling in the semifinals of the Horizon League Championship in a three-set decision to Green Bay.
Imagine breathing through a straw – that’s what it feels like to live with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
There are now designated parking spots at Northern Kentucky University exclusively reserved for combat veterans.
Northern Kentucky dropped its home opener on Tuesday night, 60-50, to Miami (Oh.).
The Norse fall to 0-2 on the season.
The uproar over a change in the appearance of Northern Kentucky University's mascot has resulted in a public vote - with three choices.
The Northern Kentucky men’s basketball team built as much as an eight-point advantage, but a second-half run from Illinois led to a 79-64 setback for the Norse
The Northern Kentucky University women's soccer team fell, 3-0, to top-seeded and No.
Northern Kentucky women’s basketball was handed its first loss of the season in the 2016-17 opener, falling to Indiana State on the road, 58-38.
It was a win over an opponent from NCAA Division III that, according to its website, is counting the game as an exhibition.
Northern Kentucky women’s basketball head coach Camryn Whitaker has announced the addition of six athletes who will be joining the team for the 2017-18 season.
Northern Kentucky University head men’s basketball coach John Brannen followed last season’s nationally recognized recruiting class with another big-time recruit in center Chris Vogt, who signed an
The Northern Kentucky University women’s soccer team will take on No. 1 national seed West Virginia in the first round of the Division I NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship on Saturday, Nov.
History was made Saturday night in Milwaukee as Northern Kentucky claimed its first-ever conference championship at the NCAA Division I level, when the Norse women's soccer team won the Horizon Lea
Inspired by real-life Blues legend “Ma” (Gertrude) Rainey (Mother of the Blues), late, great playwright August Wilson set Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom in the 1927 Chicago recording studio whe
Northern Kentucky University has a terrific start to its theater season with John Steinbeck’s tragic The Grapes of Wrath, continuing through Oct. 9.