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Rain and snow, and then just snow, are on their way to the Covington and Northern Kentucky area with a total of 2 to 4 inches possible, though the National Weather Service expects mostly rain in ou
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear has officially vetoed House Bill 279, known as the Religious Freedom Bill.
Seven have been selected as Outstanding Women of Northern Kentucky for 2013.
This column is written by Col Owens, Chairman of the Kenton County Democratic Party.
After Covington's second fatal fire of 2013, City Commissioner Michelle Williams and members of the Eastside Neighborhood Association argue that more firefighters need to be hired.
Citizens are encouraged to weigh in on what they hope is to become of the bridges across Eleventh and Fifteenth Streets in Covington.
While a student in grade school, Chris Meyer would walk from his Eleventh Street home across the Eleventh Street Bridge to Bishop Howard School.
Covington Police Sgt. Kevin Brady was stopped at a red light at the intersection of Martin Luther King Blvd. and Madison Ave. when his cruiser was hit by a Ford Focus around 1:00 a.m.
Calling it “one of my most satisfying acts as Governor,” Governor Steve Beshear today signed into law the Graduation Bill (Senate Bill 97), which will keep Kentucky students enrolled in school unti
Covington, Northern Kentucky, and Greater Cincinnati are under a flood watch, according to the National Weather Service.
Former Covington Mayor Chuck Scheper wrote a column for the Cincinnati Enquirer detailing his view on how courage, vision, and respect helped turn the tide toward Covington's favor.
In a message posted on the company's Facebook page, Grippo's announced the recall of all its potato chip varieties after shavings of metal were found inside one of its machines:
Ottoman Imports, the Mainstrasse Village business that specializes in ladies clothing and accessories from the Far East, is opening in a larger location on Covington's Main Street.
The woman whose lies about the whereabouts of a 1-year old boy set off a massive police search in Covington's City Heights will spend more than nineteen years in prison, a Hamilton County Judge dec