Kentucky State Auditor Adam Edelen will take a closer look at the CVG's board.
Auditing the auditor: Airport board to hire yet another auditor in light of questions about its members' spending and practices. But what's that going to cost you?
Cincinnati's economy is improving but it will continue to lag the national recovery in 2014, a panel of economists told local business leaders Wednesday.
With each new flight announcement, officials and air travelers alike hope CVG airfares will become more competitive. But are they?
The first female priest to be ordained by the Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests in the Tri-State said she listens to God -- and not the Pope -- as she ministers to the disenfranchised.
The war isn’t over once their call to duty has ended. For some veterans, the battle rages on, only this time it’s closer to home.
Northern Kentucky Voice: Your Voice, Your Story: Giving back was a no-brainer for N.Ky. nurse Sondra Blythe and so was traveling to a war-torn country to do so, even if it meant risking her own safety.
After a long road to recovery, former addicts recently graduated from the Brighton Center program in Northern Kentucky.
How many ghosts have they seen and how much fake blood do they use at the Dent Schoolhouse?
Northern Kentucky Voice: Your Voice, Your Story -- Mainstrasse Village’s idiot recognized during kiosk dedication in Hamelin Square.
Find out how heroin affects you, your community and your family, in a series of town hall meetings in Boone and Kenton counties this fall.
Northern Kentucky Voice: You'll never guess what 7-year-old Park Willman is doing to help his community.
Investigations totaling more than $1 million in misuse of public money in Northern Kentucky has the state auditor so concerned he's heading to the region for a meeting with local officials.
Steve Stevens will resign as president of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce after leading the organization for the last eight years.
New police chief plans on hiring more officers, revamping community programs.
The Emergency Shelter Northern Kentucky must find a new home by June 2014 as another Gateway footprint is made in Covington for its urban campus.
Northern Kentucky Voice: Your Voice, Your Story -- After losing Nicholas Specht to heroin, his family wants to help other families going through the pangs of addiction.
With a new tax incentive, Boone County wants corporations to know that “CVG is open for business.”
A Northern Kentucky woman recalls her rape on a college campus 14 years ago in hopes it can help other sexual assault victims.
Ultimate Air Shuttle took flight Monday morning to New York City via Morristown Airport, NJ, and based on the September bookings, is the most successful shuttle launch for the Cincinnati-based airline, said Rick Pawlak, managing director.