Senate Bill 50, the industrial hemp bill, will become law without the signature of Governor Steve Beshear who released the following statement Friday afternoon:
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 p
UPDATE (7:44 a.m.): Since this story was first posted on Thursday night, another man has died in a Kentucky fire, this time in Pike County.
Folks, I'm very sorry for not being able to post any updates yet this week. Whatever's going around out there found its way to me in a big way.
The Excellence in Education Awards presented Thursday by the Northern Kentucky Education Council and the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce bestowed honors on Covington leaders, educators, schoo
A towering two-family home at 118 & 120 East Fifteenth Street in Covington will finally be brought back to life.
Tuesday night's Covington City Commission meeting began with an apology.
The City of Covington added another element to its effort to spur investment in the city with the adoption of guidelines for a new economic development program.
After weeks of bipartisan negotiation led by Governor Steve Beshear, the General Assembly late Tuesday night passed bills stabilizing and modernizing the state’
If this story were an actual game of Bingo, it would be one of those endless coveralls.
Retired Covington Police Officer Richard Webster, now in the employ of the Park Hills Police Department was working an off-duty security detail at Pike Place Bingo on Pike Street in Covington when