State lawmakers returned to the Capitol this week to start the second part of the General Assembly’s 2017 session.
The Bromley city building was raided by local police on Tuesday and there is little official information as to why.
A blockbuster boon to Northern Kentucky's economy was announced Tuesday when the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the Kenton County Airport Board approved an incentives package that will bring Amazon's
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Improvements at Tom Ellis Stadium have caused concerns for neighbors of Holmes High School.
The Brent Spence Bridge finds itself on another national list this week.
In his first week in office, President Donald Trump has already reinforced several of his campaign positions with action.
Northern Kentucky University President Geoffrey S. Mearns is leaving to take the same role at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.
In a rare Saturday session of the Kentucky General Assembly, seven bills received final passage and were sent to the desk of Governor Matt Bevin for signature.
The Kentucky Senate on Thursday approved legislation that would prohibit a woman from having an abortion in Kentucky if she is 20 weeks or more into a pregnancy.
The General Assembly is in session for a few days and the Republican-dominated legislature is getting right to work on Right to Work and prevailing wage issues which were frequently killed when the
At Covington City Hall on Tuesday night, Mayor Joe Meyer presided over his first meeting, an event that began with his son, Dave Meyer, operating a Power Point presentation about new rules governin
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The sudden closure of Bernhard's Bakery - a local landmark for fifty years - shocked the customers who frequent its Newport and Latonia locations.
At its meeting in Frankfort Wednesday, the Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) approved a framework for charter schools,