Northern Kentucky

  Heavy fog for morning commute

  Investigators still pursuing leads in 1997 case of missing teen

Gov. Beshear confirms second-highest number of new COVID cases and deaths in Ky.

Walmart looks to hire hundreds during upcoming job fair in Tri-State

  Kentucky to resume ‘surge preparations’ as hospital admissions rise

  Boone Co. detectives have suspect, forensic evidence in 1979 cold case

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  Security cams catch NKY gym thieves in the act, owner says

  647 new COVID-19 cases confirmed Monday, 9 new deaths

Gov. Beshear releases guide to help Kentuckians avoid charity scams this holiday season

8-year-old hit by car, in critical condition at Cincy Children’s

Scuba Santa returns to Newport Aquarium this year

Dump truck driver killed in NKY crash, state police say

  Kentucky’s COVID surge continues, but some parts of state hit worse than others

“Fall is here, and winter is coming,” the governor warned. “This is the time where we either succeed or fail.”

DON’T WORRY: ‘Florence Y’all' water tower isn’t changing

The city says the water tower is undergoing some routine maintenance.

  Father of 4 whose wife recently died wins $200K in Kentucky Lottery

The win is bittersweet for Bryan Marsh of Elsmere as he copes with the loss and cares for their four children alone

Covington house fire under investigation

Fire crews remain on scene extinguishing hot spots

  ‘A shock to the system:’ Cases of COVID-19 surge across Kentucky

  Video shows family escape Newport house fire, now left with nothing

  Little Free Library posts helping kids, adults find reading materials

  31 Kentucky counties in COVID ‘red zone,' according to White House report

  Early voting begins in Kentucky: What you need to know before you go to the polls

Voters to decide on two Ky. constitutional amendments

  No charges in fatal shooting, possible road rage on I-75, prosecutor says

The two men were involved in a collision around 1:30 p.m. near the Kyles Lane exit last Friday.

Alleged racial discrimination leads to call for NKY council member to resign

A Christmas party slight could potentially end the political career of a Cold Spring councilwoman.

  WATCH: Driver leads police on chase through Florence parking lot

The driver is facing a DUI charge and five felony charges for wanton endangerment, according to Florence Police.

Tri-State hotel evacuated due to gas leak

The chief of the Florence Fire Department says there were high levels of gas in the pool area.

  642 new cases of COVID-19, 3 new deaths in Kentucky

Kentucky's positivity rate stands at 4.37 percent.

Family of retired Louisville Police Officer calling for change after he dies from COVID-19

The family says his condition worsened because he was alone.

  Man who fatally shot driver on I-75 in possible road rage claims self-defense, prosecutor says

It appears the two drivers did not know each other, but the incident remains under investigation, Rob Sanders says

Beshear reports 1,002 new cases of COVID-19 in Ky. Saturday, 7 new deaths

Governor Andy Beshear provided an update Saturday with new reports on COVID-19 cases within the commonwealth.

  WATCH: Neighbor, fire crews rescue teen and pet pig from NKY fire

Exclusive video shows the neighbor ran up with his sledgehammer and perform a dramatic rescue.

  Man shot and killed following crash, possible road rage on I-75

Police arrived on the scene to find a two-car crash and one male victim who had been shot, he said.

NKY man pleads guilty to sodomy of child, commonwealth’s attorney says

The offenses took place over a five year period, according to the attorney's office.

Northern Kentucky University to admit all applicants with at least a 2.75 GPA

Northern Kentucky University has announced changes to its admissions process.

  Detectives have ‘working theory’ in cold case dating back to 1990

David Snider went missing two months after he got married. His new wife never saw him again.

Newport, Bellevue awarded grants for park, infrastructure improvements

The cities of Newport and Bellevue were awarded federal grants from OKI.

Man indicted for murder, other charges connected to deadly police chase

The driver arrested in connection to the deadly chase that ended in a crash that killed two people has been indicted.

Southwest expands service from CVG to 3 cities, adds Houston direct

Southwest airlines is expanding service from CVG to Orlando, Tampa and Phoenix.

Beshear: 2,398 more virus cases confirmed in the Commonwealth due to Fayette Co. backlog

At least 1.5 million tests have been administered in Kentucky since March.

  NKY community blows past high school’s fundraising goal

Short on revenue from football during the pandemic, the school has turned to the community for help -- and the community has responded.

  Court order halts work on Beverly Hills Supper Club site

Kentucky law prevents a city from allowing buildings or development on burial grounds, the plaintiffs argue.

NKY man charged with rape, sodomy against underage victims

The victims are currently aged 11 and 14, according to Kentucky State Police

  Kentucky governor criticizes president, GOP for backing off new stimulus package

"It’s them saying they’re not going to do their job because of politics"

  Early voting underway in Ohio, Indiana: What you need to know

Voting in 2020 is confusing. We've got all the deadlines, applications, locations, hours and rules

  NKY family calls for drivers to slow down after van runs over dog

Brutis, 15, a German Shepherd-Husky mix, is still limping and in a lot of pain, but he’s alive.

Beshear comments on social media video where driver honks at Bullitt Co. bus performing temp checks

A video shared on social media caught the eye of Governor Beshear, showing a driver blaring on the horn while kids boarding the bus get their temperatures checked.

  Officials issue warning as Kentucky sees significant increase in new COVID-19 cases

Kentucky has set records for 7-day case totals each of the last two weeks.

Longtime member of Fort Mitchell Fire Department passes away

Becker served in various roles for more than half a century at the Fort Mitchell Fire Department.

  Election 2020: How, when and where to vote in the Tri-State

Voting in 2020 is confusing. We've got all the deadlines, applications, locations, hours and rules you need to do it right.

  Sheriff’s office identifies woman killed in Boone County shooting

John Dentry, 34, was arrested and charged with murder and several other charges.

Kentucky reports highest-ever number of COVID-19 cases

Kentucky reported the highest-ever number of new COVID-19 cases Saturday.

Man killed after crashing into retaining wall in Boone Co., sheriff’s office says

The crash happened in the 3000 block of Hathaway Road.

  NKY haunted house provides safe, sanitary scares

The house is as spooky as always, but new safety measures aim to put scare-seekers at ease in 2020.

15 firearms recovered at CVG over past 6 months

A total of 24 firearms were detected in Kentucky airports.

  7 days to move: Newport woman receives eviction notice with ‘no warning’

Samantha Gibson, who lives in the home, says it’s because she calls the police too often.

Motions to dismiss denied in Sandmann suits against media companies

The dismissal motions were denied Thursday against The New York Times, Rolling Stone, ABC and CBS.

Kentucky issues guidance on Halloween, trick-or-treating

Activities to avoid center on events that put large groups close together, but trick-or-treating can continue.

  NKY mailman hailed as hero for rescuing woman along route

“I wouldn’t consider myself a hero... I just consider myself to be a neighbor that’s just looking out after other neighbors in the neighborhood.”

Beshear: 1,004 new virus cases in the Commonwealth

This is the first time the state has seen two consecutive days with more than 1,000 new cases confirmed.

  Sec. of Transportation gives update on Brent Spence Bridge replacement

Elaine Chao said the DOT needs to see more before funding a new bridge for the region.

NKY region a bright spot as Kentucky struggles with rising cases

All but one Northern Kentucky county has a low incidence of COVID-19 over the last 2 weeks.

  Ceremony marks grand opening of new St. Elizabeth cancer center

The facility will allow St. Elizabeth Healthcare to treat nearly 500 patients per day offering cancer detection, diagnosis and care all under one roof.

Brett Hankison: Former LMPD detective pleads not guilty

Brett Hankison, the former LMPD detective involved in the deadly Breonna Taylor raid, pleaded not guilty during his telephone arraignment Monday.

‘Mask up:’ COVID-19 cases escalating as in-person classes begin in Kentucky

Beshear advised urgency, saying Kentuckians should keep wearing masks and social distancing.

  Covington Independent Public Schools return to in-person learning

The superintendent said bus routes and the school day will continue as they did in a normal school year.

  Protestors gather in Florence in response to Breonna Taylor decision

A group gathered in Florence Sunday to protest the decision of a Kentucky grand jury in the death of Breonna Taylor.

  NKU expands financial literacy program to educators, high school students

School officials say the program is the only one in the state that meets the state’s new requirement for high school graduation.

Tri-State organization to host march in response to Breonna Taylor investigation

Those who would like to participate in the march are asked to wear masks

1 killed in NKY crash, Kentucky State Police say

Troopers say the crash happened in the 4000 block of Dixie Highway just after 2 p.m.

  ‘It’s a blessing I’m alive’: Victim speaks after 2 juveniles arrested in Erlanger shooting

Police have not disclosed a motive in the shooting

  Beshear condemns violence in Louisville, doubles down on call for release of evidence

Beshear wants evidence from the investigation into Breonna Taylor's death released so the public might better understand the grand jury’s decision.

State-by-state map breaks down most popular Halloween candies

Candy sales are expected to reach $2.4 billion this year, which is down slightly from the $2.6 billion last year, according to the data.

  Make your vote: ‘Ruff’ competition in the Rabbit Hash mayoral race

Early voting is now available in Rabbit Hash for the 2020 mayor.

  Man charged in fatal Newport crash offers apology in first public interview

"I don’t want to forgive him right now," the victims' daughter said. "I can’t."

  Gov. Beshear calls on AG Cameron to release evidence in Breonna Taylor investigation

The request came hours after Cameron announced a grand jury had chosen to indict one of three officers in connection with the Taylor case.

  NKY candy company helps connect students to internet

The creator of Mentos and Airheads hands over $10,000 check to United Way.

Kentucky city prepares for Breonna Taylor announcement

Large protests over Taylor’s death that at times became violent erupted in late May in the city but most demonstrations since then have been peaceful.

  ‘Eyes and ears of the world’ are on Kentucky ahead of Taylor announcement, governor says

Ahead of an announcement in the Breonna Taylor case, Gov. Beshear says he wants demonstrators to be treated with "dignity and respect."

Family of murder victim loses NKY home in weekend blaze

“Somebody said last night that God only throws at you what you can handle, and God must really think a lot of this family"

Covington Independent Public Schools announce guidelines for students return to in-person learning

The superintendent said bus routes and the school day will continue as they did in a normal school year.