Statement from Nick Sandmann, Covington Catholic student seen face-to-face with Native American elder in controversial video.
Kentucky users of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will receive their funds early due to the partial shutdown of the federal government.
This story has been updated to include a statement from Rep. Thomas Massie.
The former site of the Drawbridge Inn in Fort Mitchell will be developed, possibly as soon as this summer.
Former state auditor Adam Edelen became the third Democrat to enter this year's race for Kentucky governor.
Another year is in the books for Northern Kentucky and The River City News chalks up another trip around the sun spent covering the stories that matter to and impact this region.
A $2.8 million settlement with banking giant Wells Fargo was announced Friday by Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear.
With the passing of the farm bill in the U.S. Congress, Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles submitted the state's regulatory framework for hemp to the U.S.
Christmas in Covington isn't what it used to be, in terms of holly jolly decorations.
Performing an abortion in Kentucky would be illegal after a fetal heartbeat is detectable under legislation prefiled last week by Rep. Robert Goforth (R-East Bernstadt).
By a unanimous 7-0 vote, the Kentucky Supreme Court struck down Senate Bill 151, which reformed the state pension system, and was derided as "the sewer bill" because of its attachment to other, unr
A city once littered with adult-oriented businesses is now down to its last strip club.
Covington Mayor Joe Meyer and Congressman Thomas Massie met in Washington, D.C. last week to discuss the future of the IRS site in the city.