UPDATE: Simpson was defeated, reportedly by just one vote in his bid to unseat Larry Clark (D-Louisville).
Each week The River City News talks with Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders about his weekly e-newsletter that highlights who was sent to prison or got probation in the previ
Steve Stevens, president of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, took to YouTube to call for more leadership in the region's effort for a new Brent Spence Bridge.
There was looking back and looking forward in Downtown Covington Friday night as the city welcomed its new mayor and city commission during a ceremonial swearing-in at the Madison Events Center.
Northern Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie, a Republican from Lewis County, has filed a bill to repeal the Gun Free Schools Zone Act of 1990. “Gun free school zones are ineffective," Massie said i
It was fifteen years ago today that Covington Police Officer Michael Anthony Partin was killed in the line of duty, falling from the Clay Wade Bailey Bridge and drowning in the Ohio River below.
The final ordinance placed into law by the outgoing Mayor of Covington and City Commission is among the most substantial for economic development in the city's urban core, the leaders said on Decem
Northern Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie says the fiscal cliff deal approved by the Senate and the House of Representatives "kicks the can down the road".
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for our area, expecting two to four inches of snow to fall Friday evening into Saturday.
Covington City Commissioner Steve Frank shared on his Facebook page an email from Covington City Manager Larry Klein recounting a recent meeting with local officials on preparations for possible sc
This story from early October is being highlighted because Pizza Bomba opens its doors Wednesday at 11:00AM. The story first appeared at RCN on October 4.
This editorial is written by Michael Monks, editor & publisher of The River City News.
Something happened in Covington on Friday night and it was awesome.
Kenton County saw the second highest number of drug overdose deaths in Kentucky between 2008 and 2010, behind only Jefferon County (Louisville).