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Parking amnesty program intended to fill citation backlog in Covington

Anyone with a Covington parking citation that has doubled due to nonpayment will soon be given some breathing room thanks to an amnesty program...

Doctors told him he wouldn’t play baseball. He defied the odds and saved his team’s season

Written by Caleb Noe, WCPO sports anchor BROOKSVILLE, Ky. — Players on the Bracken County High School baseball team dedicated their season to a teammate...

The Kentucky Side: Analyzing the NKY primary; ‘Shift’ coming to local real estate market?

On this week's edition of The Kentucky Side with Michael Monks: Three prominent Northern Kentucky Republican lawmakers and a county commissioner all lost to primary...

Bellevue’s Barkhouse aims to make dogs feel at home

After leaving their corporate jobs behind, the owners of the boutique-style doggy daycare Barkhouse in Bellevue are getting to live their retirement dream a...

Woman wins $150,000 on Powerball ticket sold in Florence

A Gallatin Co. woman won $150,000 in a recent Powerball drawing. The woman, who asked to remain anonymous, was running errands on May 13 in...

Take a look inside Ovation as construction progresses toward late 2022 opening

Construction on the five-story office building at Ovation began last October, and Corporex plans to deliver the finishing touches at the end of 2022,...

As Dayton building awaits new life, city’s history runs through it

The now-vacant Rayme/Burton building -- also known as old Dayton City Hall -- could soon become a mixed-use structure with apartments and storefronts if...

Holy Cross’s Meyer recognized nationally; Hopes to take game, team to next level

Jacob Meyer leaves people in awe with a lot of what he does on the basketball court. The 6-foot-2-inch 18-year-old point guard for the Holy...

Cincinnati mayor discusses regional challenges at NKY Chamber breakfast

The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce held a government forum with Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Pureval Friday morning. Pureval spoke of how governments on both...

New design for former Old Town Cafe wins approval from city board – with one exception

The end of 2021 also brought a close to a three decades-long staple in downtown Covington: Old Town Cafe, the reliable, no-frills, hometown Pike...

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