People who rescue dogs and cats from locked cars - with the reasonable, good-faith belief that the animal is in immediate danger of death if not removed - would receive civil immunity for damaging
Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, Rep. John Sims, and members of their medical marijuana task force on Thursday unveiled the legislative proposal that is the result of their discussions.
The Kentucky Department of Agriculture launched a new initiative designed to combat food insecurity for children in the summers when school - and school lunches - are out of session.
The election of Kentucky’s Governor and other statewide officers would move to even-numbered years in 2024 under a proposed state constitutional amendment approved Monday by a House committee.
Lawmakers returned to the State Capitol this week to begin a General Assembly session that’s sure to tackle a wide range of issues.
This article has been updated to reflect that the news conference will now be held on Tuesday instead of Monday.
Eighty-five acres overlooking the Ohio River near Amsterdam Road in Villa Hills, site of the peaceful St.
State Rep. Arnold Simpson won't seek reelection in 2018.
The River City News publisher Michael Monks cracked jokes about Northern Kentucky and tackled big issues such as the intimidation tactics used by Covington Mayor Joe Meyer's family against
This article has been updated to clarify that the city's legal department provided edits to the letter that will be delivered to the county attorney and the commonwealth's attorney.
The Covington city commission will convene in special session on Thursday to consider delivering copies of a report against former Mayor Sherry Carran and ex-city manager Larry Klein to Kenton Coun
There is a need for a second span between Covington and Cincinnati along I-71/75.
Northern Kentucky University revealed the plan for its main entrance from U.S. 27, which include a mixed-use development and professional office building along the intersection with Nunn Drive.