Former Covington Finance Diretor Bob Due has survived a suicide attempt, The River City News has learned.
Fewer than a dozen people showed up to sign a petition spearheaded by Covington City Commissioners Mildred Rains and Michelle Williams that includes language accusing City Hall officials of possibl
"What was their involvement, if any, with Due's embezzlement?"
The emotions connected to firing a once-trusted advisor were still evident at Covington City Hall during a special meeting Tuesday night.
From the City of Covington:
This is a brief status update on various road work and facilities projects currently in progress within the City:
A partially decomposed body was found along Interstate 75 in southern Kenton County on Tuesday morning.
So far, investigators are unsure whether the body is that of a male or a female.
UPDATE (4:59 p.m.): Due has bonded out of jail at 4:56 p.m.
A child is recovering after suffering a gun shot wound in City Heights, a Covington housing project.
Covington Finance Director Bob Due was recognized by the city commission on August 6 for being given the Award of Financial Reporting Achievement from the Government Finance Officers Association o
UPDATE: Due is in the Kenton County Dentention Center on $50,000 bond.
Newport Police are investigating the death of a baby in a bathtub near the intersection of West Tenth and Patterson Streets.
The River City News got an exclusive look inside the Lincoln Grant School building on Greenup Street and presents these photos for you.