The Kentucky Senate and House each voted Wednesday in favor of legislation to allow publicly funded charter schools to operate in Kentucky. The bill now goes to Gov.
The largest project yet associated with Riverfront Commons will get underway this spring.
Open Enrollment for 2017 is now complete and Kentucky officials are reporting a successful transition from kynect to the federal health insurance marketplace.
A bill that would that specify in state law that Kentucky’s public school students and public college or university students are allowed to express their religious and political views in their scho
An interim president may be confirmed at Northern Kentucky University in the coming days.
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Public charter schools would be allowed to operate in Kentucky under a bill advanced today by the Kentucky House.
Two rounds of powerful storms crossed Northern Kentucky in the early morning hours of Wednesday, leaving thousands without power and causing heavy damage to property.
During a short speech Thursday afternoon to the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, Senator Mitch McConnell was surprisingly wry, considering that outside
Postsecondary education funding would be guided by performance-based measures, such as the number of students receiving degrees, under legislation approved this week by the Kentucky Senate.
Larry Klein's seat at Covington City Hall has been hot since new Mayor Joe Meyer took over in January.
On Tuesday night, that seat was empty.
By Friday, his office will be, too.
State senators moved last week to crack down on able-bodied drivers who use parking placards intended for those with disabilities.
Senator Mitch McConnell will address the Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati Chambers of Commerce on Thursday at Hotel Covington where guests will dine on their choice of buttermilk fried chicken or s
The Covington City Commission will meet in executive (closed) session late Monday afternoon to discuss a personnel matter.
The Office of Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear said that Covington City Manager Larry Klein did not violate state law when he directed City Hall staff to gather information for incumbent cand