The Kenton County clerk, who comes from a long line of policy-changers and milk farmers, was recently honored for making a difference in her community by Notre Dame Academy.
Sen. Brown: More than half of CVG users are Ohioans, yet no Ohioans have a voice in decision-making.
Ark attraction construction set to begin in May.
Greenpeace protesters 'work like SWAT teams,' said a former co-founder of the global environmental group.
This winter has proven to be a challenge, especially for the homeless. One event hopes to change that for them.
Kenton County Judge Executive Steve Arlinghaus said he’s bringing diversity to the CVG board including women, young professionals and Cincinnati-based leaders.
After a rough day on the streets, in the bitter cold, there is at least one place that the homeless can come to and leave refreshed.
The city invites residents to discuss the epidemic plaguing the region and their city: heroin. But in the wake of Joaquín Guzmán, leader of the Sinaloa Drug Cartel’s arrest, the Northern Kentucky Drug Strike Force’s director said he hopes for a decline in availability.
Joey is 12 years old, and his knowledge of his rare disease is what’s fueling his fight against it. He promotes awareness every chance he gets, allowing him and his mom to heal.
Three Kenton County Airport Board members resigned Friday, including the chairman and vice chair.
Fourteen constable candidates will be on Northern Kentucky ballots this May. A Kentucky bill proposes elimination of the constable.
Find out how much Covington will pay for the Kentucky auditor's investigation of nearly $800,000 in theft from Covington city coffers and why the auditor said that there is a significant risk that even more funds were stolen.
It’s “astounding and frankly inexcusable,” said the Kentucky State Auditor, that the City of Covington gave its former finance director complete control of the city’s financial systems, allowing him to allegedly embezzle thousands of dollars over the past decade.
Florence’s Ockerman Middle School Hawks flying high after a national win, building their confidence and life skills one cheer at a time.
A few weeks into the 2014 legislative session, bills are making their way to the floor, as did one father, who talked to lawmakers about how a bill they area voting on might have saved his son’s life.
Street teams nationwide counted the homeless, including in Northern Kentucky--the count will determine the funding that outreach programs and shelters will receive to help those in need.
More than 850 candidates have filed with the state or their county clerk’s office for the more than 300 offices on the ballot this year in Kentucky. See who's running on your ballot.
WCPO's Northern Kentucky reporter Jessica Noll asks US Senate contender and Secretary of State, Alison Lundergan Grimes, what issues Kentucky faces now and how she plans on fixing them from Washington.