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Abortion providers file lawsuit challenging Kentucky bans

A lawsuit filed on behalf of Kentucky abortion providers seeks to block two abortion bans, saying that the Kentucky Constitution protects the right to...

NKY nonprofit Redwood receives grant from Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels

Northern Kentucky nonprofit Redwood announced Monday that it received a $7,785 grant to purchase and install a new clock system for for its 86,000-square...

McConnell speaks on inflation, war in Ukraine at Florence Rotary

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said the American Rescue Plan Act’s $2 trillion price tag is the “gargantuan mistake” responsible for today’s inflation.  The...

Ferry from Rabbit Hash to Indiana free to ride until August

Written by Molly Schramm, WCPO digital content producer RABBIT HASH, Ky.  — Gas prices are up and everyone in the Tri-State is looking for ways to...

Cincinnati Children’s announces new $10 million medical building project in Union

Cincinnati Children's Hospital announced Monday that it plans to build a $10 million medical building with a large primary care practice in Union. In the...

Kentucky adds benefit to ease veterans’ transition to law enforcement

Gov. Andy Beshear announced Thursday that the state is launching a program that allows law enforcement agencies to hire military service members during their last 180 days of service, which allows them to continue receiving their military pay and benefits while they undergo law enforcement training.

NKU offers discounted tuition for city employees in Cincinnati, Covington

NKU announced that employees for the city of Cincinnati can seek a 30% discount on tuition for the master’s program. Covington city employees and those who work for the Northern Kentucky Area Development District have access to the same benefit, too.

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Ferry from Rabbit Hash to Indiana free to ride until August

Written by Molly Schramm, WCPO digital content producer RABBIT HASH, Ky.  — Gas prices are up and everyone in the Tri-State is looking for ways to...

Edgewood celebrates 60 years of Independence Day parades

The City of Edgewood will be hosting its annual Independence Day parade, and this one is special, since it is the event's 60th anniversary. This...

Here’s what you can drop off at Covington recycling day event

Responsibly disposing of items such as electronic waste and Styrofoam can be difficult; to make it a bit easier, the City of Covington is...

Drag Bingo is back on in Fort Thomas – and Miss Kentucky will be there

Miss Kentucky Hannah Edelen will spin the bingo ball cage at a rescheduled Drag Bingo event in Fort Thomas on June 29. To be...

Gov. Beshear announces funding for Edgewood trail, Taylor Mill amphitheater

Edgewood’s city motto is “where everyday is a walk in the park.” After Thursday, Freedom Park in Edgewood will receive key funding to improve...

Summer celebrations can be hard for those in recovery; here are some tips

Summertime is a season for warm weather, maybe a family vacation, and definitely summer barbeques and celebrations. The get togethers and celebrations often include food...

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