UPDATE (4:00PM): The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has issued a statement that indicates the Eleventh Street bridge will be closed permanently starting Friday, February 1. “Based
A new report issued this week by the Washington-based Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) indicates that the poorest twenty-percent of Kentuckians pay 9.1-percent of their income in st
Ohio Governor John Kasich, in an interview with the Cincinnati Enquirer Wednesday, vowed to continue to poach jobs from Kentucky:
Where the City of Covington officials stands on the Brent Spence Bridge project is now official: no tolls this year and no public-private partnerships ever for the $2.5 billion plans to construct a
A seemingly intoxicated man was arrested at the corner of Sixth & Main Streets Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. after apparently striking at least one and possibly two vehicles, and a trash can.
Frontier Airlines today announced nonstop service from the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) to Denver International Airport.
The week ahead is shaping up to be a true representation of every weather stereotype the Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky region is known for.
The Covington Board of Education will use the services of the Kentucky School Board Association (KSBA) in its search for a new superintendent for Covington Independent Public Schools.
The following is the story of a gruesome Covington murder that involved the dismemberment of a man in the city's Eastside neighborhood.
Could more than sixty new jobs be on their way to Covington?
Graduates of Holmes High School's International Baccalaureate (IB) program spoke out at Thursday's Covington Board of Education meeting in a last minute effort to save the program from elimination.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory through late Friday afternoon with snow expected to fall in the region.
"Tolls won't pass the General Assembly," said State Senator Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown, whose district stretches north to include southern Kenton Co. and part of South Covington).
The Kenton County Emergency Dispatch Center will have 2,700 additional square feet of space as of June when construction is completed on $530,000 expansion at the Independence facility.
Known for his tall, paper hats seen from blocks away in Downtown Cincinnati, Avtar "the Hat Man" Gill was a fixture of the Queen City's quirkier landscape.