As the Latonia sky filled with balloons and lanterns, 32nd Street below was swarmed by friends, neighbors, and family devastated by the sudden and shocking loss of Eli Kindt.
The results are in for Kentucky school districts based on last year's academic assessment.
At one Kentucky hospital, people are actually bringing in heroin and shooting up with patients.
Mackey McNeill returned home from vacation and took her dogs for a walk around Red Sunflower Farm which she owns with her husband, Barry Schlimme.
The First-in-Human Phase IA clinical trial with a cancer drug developed by a Covington-based firm was successfully completed, Bexion Pharmaceuticals and CTI Clinical Trial and Consulting Services a
The mayor of Bromley announced his resignation Friday in an email to members of the city council.
In a divided vote, the Covington city commission approved an increase on property taxes Thursday night.
State transportation officials want to take the clunkers off the roads – but they aren’t talking about jalopies. The officials are targeting fading, rusting, and dented Kentucky license plates.
The U.S. Congress overwhelmingly approved a funding package to aid victims of Hurricane Harvey, which ravaged parts of Texas and Louisiana late last month.
There will be an organized rally calling for the removal of a statue from the Kentucky State Capitol building.
Another low-cost carrier is coming to the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) - and this time, it's crossing the ocean.
Boone and Kenton Counties are suing wholesale drug distributors, accusing them of misconduct and of contributing to the opioid/heroin issues in the region.
In a wide-ranging interview, former Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear talked to The River City News publisher Michael Monks in an in-depth podcast.
A hectic weekend for Kenton County officials ended with a bang on Tuesday afternoon.
The structural integrity of a tower near the Children's Home of Northern Kentucky used for emergency communication in the region is in danger of falling, after a tree fell on it.