The Kentucky Judicial Conduct Commission issued multiple charges against Kenton County Family Court Judge Dawn Gentry last month. The nine charges were released this week.
No charges will be filed in a stabbing that happened in mid-November, the Boone County Sheriff's Office announced on Thursday.
Ft. Wright Police Chief Marc Schworer is a commanding figure, standing at six feet, four inches.
A Newport man was sentenced to thirteen years in federal prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine.
For the fourth time this week, Boone County Sheriff's deputies announced the arrest of a teen accused of making threats at a local school.
For the third time in less than a week, a Northern Kentucky teenager faces charges after threats were allegedly made at a local school.
A man accused of robbing a smoke shop in Covington and a vape shop in Florence is now behind bars after Covington Police located him living in a tent near the Ohio River.
Two 14-year old boys are scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday morning after being taken into custody following alleged threats to Ignite Academy in Erlanger.
A 13-year old boy was arrested Saturday after being accused of threatening to "shoot up (Jones Middle School) with guns," the Boone County Sheriff's Office said Sunday.
This article has been updated to correct errors related to the date of the suspect's arrest and a reference to the victim's current age, which is not known.
An armed robber hit a Speedway gas station in Fort Wright, according to multiple media reports from overnight/early Friday morning.
Two teens from Newport were indicted Thursday by the Kenton County grand jury in relation to the August shooting death of Ke'Ovion Markel Seay Tevis.
The former finance director at the Northern Kentucky Convention & Visitors Bureau (meetNKY) pleaded guilty Tuesday to all charges related to an embezzlement of more than $1 million from the tou
Kenton County Sheriff Chuck Korzenborn says his office is receiving calls from the public about a scam.
Update (Sunday, November 10): The victims have been identified as Brian Cornelius, 47, of Alexandria, and a 14-year old who has not yet been publicly identified.