A winter storm WARNING remains in effect for our region through Tuesday at 5 a.m.
UPDATE: Since this story first appeared, many of the affected websites have been restored, though others are still hacked.
A bill that would use both treatment and incarceration to reduce the devastating effects of the heroin trade in Kentucky today passed the House by a vote of 98-0.
Will T. Scott has been running a long time, but last weekend, the former Kentucky Supreme Court justice came to Covington to walk.
Two proposed amendments to the Kentucky Constitution and a bill to give immediate protections to dating violence victims passed the state House on Thursday and are on their way to the Senate.
A stark warning was delivered at Covington City Hall on Thursday as the city faces yet another budget shortfall.
Kentucky’s decision to expand the Medicaid program is paying enormous dividends in terms of jobs, economic growth, and improved health for the more than 375,000 Kentuckians who signed up last year
Capitol Notes from the Legislative Research Commission
TEACHER PENSION BOND BILL CLEARS HOUSE BUDGET COMMITTEE
Although the battle over how beer gets to consumers will be openly fought in the Kentucky General Assembly this month, the campaign to win the votes of lawmakers actually began in 2014.
It was a party two hundred years in the making and the people of Covington and its supporters rose to the occasion in black ties and gowns, mingling amid a colorful futuristic display that featured
The state Senate passed a bill today by a 31-5 vote that would change the informed consent process required prior to an abortion.
A proposed United Dairy Farmers gas station and convenience store still has a chance to be built in Taylor Mill, after the Kenton County Planning Commission voted 18-2 in favor of recommending prop
The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority and the Northern Kentucky Port Authority announced Thursday the formal final approval to re-designate the Port of Cincinnati to include a larger
Anti-Dog Fighting Bill Advances in Kentucky House, but Can Dogs Fight Squirrels, Ft. Thomas Republican Wonders
A bill that would make Kentucky the last state in the nation to outlaw the possession, training, breeding, and selling of dogs for the purpose of dog fighting has passed the House Judiciary Committ