The new look for Kentucky's driver's licenses, permits, and personal IDs was unveiled by the state transportation cabinet on Monday morning.
Mainstrasse Village Association announced Saturday afternoon that it decided to declare Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
This story has been corrected and updated to reflect that the West Nile cases in Northern Kentucky have not been confirmed, but simply reported to the health department.
A former drug policy adviser to presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama will speak in opposition to the concept of legalizing medical marijuana in Kentucky.
St. Elizabeth Physicians is closing its Urgent Care location in Latonia.
The location will close on Sunday, September 23.
Before the City of Covington moved to 20 West Pike Street five years ago, City Hall was a different kind of hall.
It was a bingo hall.
In the latest round of gubernatorial appointments to state boards and commissions, Governor Matt Bevin chose two people from Northern Kentucky.
Another food service worker in Northern Kentucky has been diagnosed with hepatitis A.
This time, the worker was employed at the Lee's Famous Recipe on Burlington Pike in Florence.
Whether legalizing medical marijuana is the right prescription for Kentucky was pondered Friday by a state legislative panel.
Only one county in the state has a lower unemployment rate than Campbell, Boone, and Kenton.
A state representative is asking the Kentucky General Assembly to consider proposals to reduce gun violence.
Attorney General Andy Beshear was in Covington this week to visit the Kenton County Detention Center and its addiction recovery programs.
Hepatitis A cases have reached outbreak level in Northern Kentucky, the Northern Kentucky Health Department announced on Wednesday.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced changes Monday to driver's licenses and introduced a new Voluntary Travel ID credential that meets federal standards to board domestic flights and to e
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin appealed a judge's ruling that struck down changes to the state's pension system.