The School Safety and Resiliency Act – the number one priority of the General Assembly’s leadership – passed out of the Kentucky Senate last week without dissent.
The use of vaping and tobacco products would be outlawed at Kentucky public schools under a bill that cleared the House Health and Family Services committee Thursday.
A resolution that calls on the federal government to expedite research on the safety and effectiveness of medical marijuana is on its way to full House for a vote.
State Senator Wil Schroder announced Friday that he will seek the Republican nomination in this year's race for Kentucky Attorney General.
Local health agencies and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released findings of analysis of the region's HIV cases related to the use of intravenous drugs.
Covington Catholic is closed on Tuesday.
A statement from the school cited security concerns.
The tweets of a nation descended upon Covington Catholic High School this weekend sending the Park Hills school to the number one spot of Twitter's trending topics.
Statement from Nick Sandmann, Covington Catholic student seen face-to-face with Native American elder in controversial video.
Kentucky users of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will receive their funds early due to the partial shutdown of the federal government.
This story has been updated to include a statement from Rep. Thomas Massie.
The former site of the Drawbridge Inn in Fort Mitchell will be developed, possibly as soon as this summer.
Former state auditor Adam Edelen became the third Democrat to enter this year's race for Kentucky governor.
Another year is in the books for Northern Kentucky and The River City News chalks up another trip around the sun spent covering the stories that matter to and impact this region.