Erlanger city council members Randy Blankenship and Jessica Fette are caught up in a heated race to be the city's next mayor.
Multiple projects in Northern Kentucky received federal and state grant funds through the Ohio Kentucky Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) on Thursday.
The two large, empty commercial spaces at Newport Plaza II, where Kmart once operated, will soon be occupied by retail giants Burlington and Ross.
But that's not all.
The Kenton Fire District is so low on funds that it is unable to pay EMTs to operate its ambulance.
State Senator Wil Schroder (R-Wilder) faced his Democratic opponent Rachel Roberts in a debate at Northern Kentucky University on Tuesday night.
The ten candidates vying for six seats on the Bellevue city council faced off in a candidates forum co-hosted by the Bellevue Neighborhood Association and The River City News on Tuesday ni
It’s no walk in the park figuring out how to pay to maintain Kentucky’s 49 state parks.
The Kentucky Department of Education on Wednesday released its 2017-18 student assessment results, identifying the lowest-performing schools and those struggling to meet the needs of specific group
The new look for Kentucky's driver's licenses, permits, and personal IDs was unveiled by the state transportation cabinet on Monday morning.
Mainstrasse Village Association announced Saturday afternoon that it decided to declare Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
This story has been corrected and updated to reflect that the West Nile cases in Northern Kentucky have not been confirmed, but simply reported to the health department.
A former drug policy adviser to presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama will speak in opposition to the concept of legalizing medical marijuana in Kentucky.
St. Elizabeth Physicians is closing its Urgent Care location in Latonia.
The location will close on Sunday, September 23.
Before the City of Covington moved to 20 West Pike Street five years ago, City Hall was a different kind of hall.
It was a bingo hall.