Most new laws approved during the Kentucky General Assembly's 2018 session will go into effect on Saturday, July 14.
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A federal judge ruled against Kentucky's Medicaid work requirements on Friday.
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated will create more than 430 full-time jobs as part of a $30 million investment to build a sales and distribution facility in Erlanger, Gov.
The Northern Kentucky Health Department (NKY Health) will begin operating a mobile syringe access exchange program in Campbell County and Kenton County beginning the week of July 23.
The Drawbridge Inn was an icon in Northern Kentucky, and a fixture for more than forty years.
Christ Hospital's plans for a more than $20 million surgery center in Ft.
The squabble over a forthcoming mixed-use development in Villa Hills found its way to the Kentucky Attorney General's Office.
Two proposed Ohio River bridges have highlighted Kentucky’s need to generate more money to pay for transportation projects, the state transportation secretary told a panel of legislators on Tuesday
Campbell County will be the first in the state to require some Medicaid enrollees to participate in community engagement activities to keep their health care benefits.
The Northern Kentucky Health Department (NKY Health) has initiated efforts to prevent the statewide spread of Hepatitis A from expanding to the region, a news release stated on Monday.
A two-block area of Latonia was evacuated on Friday afternoon after a City of Covington contractor working on the reconstruction of Latonia Avenue ruptured a natural gas line.