They look official. They sound official—plus you vote them into office. But what powers do constables have and are they really necessary? Rep. Adam Koenig (R-Erlanger) says, "no."
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The heroin epidemic in Northern Kentucky is taking a post-mortem toll on tax payers.
Organizers have big plans for Covington’s 200 year birthday.
Authorities closed the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge early Sunday morning due to a thin layer of ice forming on its metal decking.
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…
The city invites residents to discuss the epidemic plaguing the region and their city: heroin. But in the wake of Joaquín…
The search for a wanted man led Kenton County police to remove an 89-year-old woman and two children who were living inside a “urine…
Meet the mayor of "The Friendship City." In addition to his day job as an attorney, Tom Rouse has several interests and accolades.
A military veteran says a $10,000 bill he received led to a 20-hour standoff with police in December.
Attorney says Michael Vaughan will speak about the standoff using his own words for the first time Tuesday.