A mother is forced to give her son to another woman to raise—an all-too-common story of the heroin crisis.
As many throughout the Tri-State celebrate the Fourth of July with grill-outs, family and fireworks, one Northern Kentucky family is rejoicing and remembering the legacy that their uncle’s bravery left behind and the honor he finally received 70 years later.
After a few years in Boston, Mass., Dixie High School alum and former Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson and his family are back in Northern Kentucky to make a go at a positive economic impact for the region he calls home.
What’s the first thing you do when you meet the governor? Well, if you’re 17, you take a selfie with the Kentucky politician. But Casmir Thornberry hopes he’s the one kids want selfies taken with one day.
Sen. Mitch McConnell met with local leaders and the Northern Kentucky Chamber Friday announcing his new proposal for funding the Brent Spence Bridge reconstruction.
The only family-friendly shelter in Kentucky, Family Promise of Northern Kentucky, is out of money to house homeless families, pulls families apart, separating them to different shelters.
Union residents say, ‘No!’ to a Kroger Marketplace in their residentially zoned neighborhood, but the city throws out the ‘Welcome’ mat.
Commissioner Kris Knochelmann will have his hands full come Jan. 1, 2015 when he takes his seat in the plush, leather chair at the Kenton County Fiscal Court.
The fallen hero posters have faded, seasons have come and gone. But the aching question remains: Who killed Cincinnati-area native and Bardstown, Ky., Police Officer Jason Ellis
Law enforcement memorial ceremony recognized Bardstown Police Officer Jason Ellis killed May 25, 2013 just after ending his shift.
A year after Bardstown Police Officer Jason Ellis was ambushed on Exit 34, the town seeks answers, family searches for solace and his brothers think of him every day.
Someone, somewhere knows something about what happened on May 25 as Bardstown Police Officer Jason Ellis turned from Bluegrass Parkway onto Exit 34 toward home.
A look at what Northern Kentucky county leaders make.
Northern Kentucky judge executive candidates take verbal swings at each other weeks before primary election.
One gram of heroin is the size of a sugar packet and cost approximately $200 a pop. In his prime, Austin Botts shot up a couple grams a day. It all started when he was 12 years old and narrowly ended with a gun pointed to his head and a needle in his arm.
Follow WCPO reporter Jessica Noll's coverage of the debate between Kenton County judge executive candidates Steve Arlinghaus and Kris Knochelmann. John Nienaber, Vice President Commercial Lending for Heritage Bank, will moderate.
WCPO reporter Jessica Noll covers the debate between Boone County judge executive candidates Gary Moore and J. Kyle Sweeney.
A recap of the debate between Campbell County judge executive candidates Steve Pendery and Kevin Sell.
A new Kroger Marketplace opens Thursday in Northern Kentucky. But what does that mean for its old store, right next door?
A NKU professor will bring a deeper knowledge of "Moby-Dick" to his students after taking a voyage tracing the novel's voyage along the East Coast.
Reporter and photojournalist Jessica Noll covers Northern Kentucky’s issues and the people who are affected by them. As the community's eyes and ears, she seeks the truth, and amplifies your voice to get the answers you deserve. As a multimedia journalist, she has worked with KyPost.com for seven years and has more than a decade of experience in newspaper, TV and digital reporting. "I don't chase the stories that everyone is talking about. I chase the stories that make everyone talk."