The next person to assume the role as Kentucky's top law enforcement official will have his hands full with the heroin scourge running ramp
Homefest is underway at Dayton's Manhattan Harbour and, wow, what a sight!
There are many results to celebrate in the release of Kentucky's test scores.
A big round of applause is in order for three Northern Kentucky schools named among the 335 Blue Ribbon Schools by U.S.
Cold Spring Mayor Mark Stoeber issued two executive orders and the city council approved two ordinances on Monday night in response to what
In a heated, contentious, and at times, tearful Ludlow City Council caucus meeting, it was decided that there would be no fireworks festiva
More than $5 million is on its way to Northern Kentucky by way of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Governor Steve Beshear announced Thu
Before the fatal collision on Highland Avenue in Ft. Wright three weeks ago, driver Kenneth Hartsock had opioids in his system.
A big boost to development in Covington, Newport, Ludlow, Bellevue, and Dayton is coming in the form of a large contribution from the Unite
"This is the last speech or talk I will give publicly as president. Tomorrow, as a retiree, I'm coming back to play golf."
Northern Kentucky University is among the top higher education institutions in America, according to new rankings by U.S.
Dr. Ed Hughes is stepping down as president & CEO of Gateway Community & Technical College.
By a 4-2 margin, Silver Grove City Council passed a motion Thursday evening, paving the way for negotiations with Campbell County Fiscal Co
The meeting of the Gateway Community & Technical College Board of Directors on September 1 was relatively uneventful, a departure from
Northern Kentucky University announced a gift of $8 million from St.