Capacity restrictions and physical distancing requirements related to the COVID-19 pandemic for nearly all venues, events, and businesses that cater to 1,000 or fewer patrons can be lifted once 2.5
Several notable items were discussed Wednesday morning during Covington's parking authority board meeting including an update on a 700-car parking garage development near Duveneck Square and increa
The Brent Spence Bridge is garnering more national media attention as talks continue in the nation's capital about a potential multi-trillion dollar infrastructure bill.
Five Northern Kentucky counties recorded a total of 108 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases Friday through Sunday, bringing the region's weekly total to 259 over the past seven days.
Kentucky recorded 645 COVID-19 cases on Thursday, including 47 across five Northern Kentucky counties.
There were 18 in Boone, 14 in Kenton, 6 in Campbell, 5 in Pendleton, and 4 in Grant.
The low inventory in Kentucky's housing market and slowly rising mortgage interest rates are starting to impact the sales boom since May of last year, Kentucky Realtors announced this week.
Wednesday's update on COVID-19 in Kentucky included numbers from Monday and Tuesday because some 300 cases could not be confirmed and announced on those days until today, Governor Andy Beshear said
Dr. Lynne Saddler announced Wednesday that she is stepping down as Northern Kentucky district director of health.
Kenton County District Judge Ann Ruttle was suspended for one week without pay by the Kentucky Judicial Conduct Commission in a decision released Wednesday.
Kentucky recorded 344 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, including 16 in five Northern Kentucky counties.
In-person unemployment insurance services will reopen at Kentucky Career Centers across the state, including the one on Madison Avenue in Covington, on April 15, Governor Andy Beshear and Ky.
The Office of the State Medical Examiner (OSME) will reopen its Northern Kentucky office, Governor Andy Beshear said, noting that a bipartisan effort led to the reopening of the office that shutter
Kentucky released its COVID-19 case count for Sunday and Monday, which brought a total of 409 new cases between the two days.
From the Kentucky Department of Education
There were 105 newly confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in five Northern Kentucky counties over the past two days.