Kentucky’s youth smoking prevalence is at a historic low, dropping nearly 10 percentage points over the past decade.
A ruling handed down by the Kentucky Supreme Court on Thursday reverses Governor Matt Bevin's $18 million cut to the state's public universities, including Northern Kentucky University.
A kit used to reverse heroin overdoses will be given out by the Northern Kentucky Health Department.
Roughly half the workforce at the Internal Revenue Service in Covington would be eliminated by 2019 in a plan announced on Wednesday, according to an employee who spoke to The River City News
It was a blockbuster announcement last month: the Cities of Ft. Mitchell and Erlanger would move to share fire services.
Chase College of Law will remain in Highland Heights.
It is only the second day of operations for the new streetcar in Cincinnati, and already there was a mass evacuation.
The Cincinnati streetcar - now known as the Cincinnati Bell Connector thanks to a $3.4 million advertising contract - is ready for its riders, and the region's most ambitious transportation project
Kentucky’s top health officials are warning state medical providers and community leaders of a pending public health crisis involving dangerous drugs.
A giant ferris wheel on the Newport riverfront is moving forward and a massive mixed-use development may soon be on the way to the parking lot near the World Peace Bell.
Unemployment rates fell in 93 of Kentucky's 120 counties between July 2015 and July 2016 according to newly released numbers from the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training.
A project that involved the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the City of Covington will bring more than 500 jobs to RiverCenter, improving one of the tower's occupancy rates to 88 percent, and marking
It was a story about how being gay in a Kentucky campaign was a surprising non-issue.
The City of Covington is now looking to fill two key roles that will focus on maintaining its economic development momentum.