Northern Kentucky

                          Beshear confirms 381 new cases of COVID-19 in Ky., 3 new deaths

                          Governor Beshear also announced new funding for the VINE system, providing automatic, potentially life-saving notifications to crime victims.

                            2 dead in suspected murder-suicide in NKY

                          Crashes snarl I-75 in Kenton County

                          Rand Paul blasts ’idiots’ who ’attacked’ him near White House

                          Kentucky soldier to be buried in hometown 70 years after death

                          Thomas More University using larger spaces for classrooms

                            Suspects in deadly Newport police chase appear in court

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                          More than 120 violations given to drivers during I-75 police watch

                            Ky. Board of Education schedules special meeting to discuss ‘alternative options’ for fall contact sports

                            Mother claims man tried luring her son into woods

                            Sister of NKY woman found dead in ’16 starts YouTube channel to shine spotlight on case

                            NKY woman part of MTV show arrested for internet crimes related to children, attorney says

                            Gov. Beshear implores Kentuckians to make good decisions when it comes to COVID-19

                            Nick Sandmann speaks at RNC on cancel culture, the ‘outraged mob’ and his smile in that photo

                          Sandmann spoke 20 months after videos surfaced of an incident involving him at the March for Life in Washington DC.

                            Mask complaints flooding health department offices around Tri-State

                          Some counties are seeing more complaints than others.

                            ‘This is not about politics:’ White House credits mask mandate for Kentucky’s case plateau

                          Gov. Beshear reported 688 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 10 additional deaths Tuesday.

                            NKY woman indicted with concealing death of newborn found in plastic bag

                          The baby’s cause of death has been ruled as undetermined.

                            KHSAA plan for fall sports approved by Gov. Beshear

                          Buckle Up For Life provides car seats, booster seats to families in NKY

                            Two men sentenced in connection to ’18 death of NKY cancer patient

                          Location where winning $1M Mega Millions ticket sold in NKY revealed

                          Holy Cross closed Monday after student tests positive for COVID-19

                            Covington Farmers Market fundraising to cover COVID-19 expenses

                          $1 million Mega Millions ticket sold in Florence, KY

                          Kentucky lottery officials announced Saturday that someone in Florence bought a Mega Millions ticket and won $1 million.

                            NKY woman says she’s being asked to remove decorations that bring her joy

                          “This is perfect,” one neighbor said. “Why would anyone complain about this?”

                          Kentucky Derby to run without fans in September

                          The move marks a reversal from the derby's August announcement that it would allow 23,000 fans.

                          Grant County man sentenced to 11 years in prison for transporting child porn

                          Under federal law, he must serve 85% of his prison sentence

                          Kentucky’s $400 weekly federal unemployment benefit approved

                          Kentucky’s federal aid application has now been accepted, providing $400 a week to those unemployed or partially unemployed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

                          Man charged with murder in deadly Newport police chase, court docs say

                          According to the criminal complaint, two people were killed when a car involved in high-speed police chase went up onto a sidewalk

                            $50K reward offered for information in Florence double-homicide

                          William (Bill) and Peggy Stephenson, both 74, were found in there home May 29, 2011.

                            38 COVID deaths reported in Kentucky over last 72 hours

                          The state seems to be experiencing a mortality spike as predicted by July’s surge in cases.

                            KHSAA moving forward with current plan on fall sports

                          The plan will still need approval from Governor Andy Beshear and the Kentucky Department of Education.

                            Covington police investigating hit-and-run caught on camera

                          Covington Police are looking for a person that drove into a man on his bike earlier this week.

                            Development planned for Beverly Hills Supper Club site moves forward after council votes

                          Southgate City Council unanimously approved the developer’s zoning requests on Wednesday night.

                            Kentucky among first states to apply for full $400/week federal unemployment program

                          Benefits will be applied retroactively, and the Labor Cabinet will begin sending out checks in early September.

                          Man killed in Northern Kentucky house fire identified

                          Fire crews responded to a fire in the 400 block of Main Street in Corinth about 2 a.m.

                          Ark Encounter hosting 40 Days & 40 Nights of gospel music

                          40 Days & 40 Nights of Gospel Music at the Ark will feature multiple concerts daily starting Aug. 2.

                            Governor ‘fully expects’ Kentucky students to return to schools in September

                          Beshear reported 627 new cases and 12 new deaths related to COVID-19 Tuesday.

                            Rubber Duck Regatta goes virtual after Riverfest canceled

                          The purchase of one duck can provide up to 15 meals, the Freestore Foodbank said.

                          Erlanger man arrested, accused of rape, sodomy

                          According to the arrest warrant, Patrick Bigsby, 20, lied to the 13-year-old victim claiming he was only 16.

                          Nick Sandmann to speak at RNC next week

                          'I can’t tell you all enough about how excited I am to be apart of this years RNC!' the Covington Catholic graduate said in a tweet

                            Man dies in Northern Kentucky house fire

                          Fire crews responded to a fire in the 400 block of Main Street in Corinth about 2 a.m.

                          Republican councilmembers ask Mayor Fischer to resign with resolution; Democratic member calls it ‘a colossal waste of time'

                          Members of Louisville’s Metro Council have asked Mayor Greg Fischer to step down from office.

                            Gov. Beshear hopes state entering new plateau for COVID-19 cases

                          Last week's number of COVID-19 cases was the highest the state has seen, Gov. Beshear said.

                          NKY doctor indicted for writing 257 illegal prescriptions, U.S. Attorney’s Office says

                          The doctor was the owner of a medical clinic in Crescent Springs, between Feb. 1, 2018, and Feb. 13, 2019,

                          Graeter’s final bonus flavor combines dessert with morning necessity

                          All bonus flavors are only available for a limited time so once they are gone, they are retired for the year.

                          Bishop Brossart High School’s principal, assistant principal, secretary in self-quarantine

                          All will be tested before they return to school

                          Kroger offers fall discount for parents, teachers

                          Kroger is dedicating one day a week to give teachers and parents a discount.

                            Kentucky unveils election plan with expanded mail-in, early voting options

                          The plan includes vastly expanded mail-in and early voting, according to Sec. of State Adams and Gov. Beshear.

                          Covington unanimously approves changes to rental requirements

                          According to a news release, the city claims the changes will make it easier for landlords to navigate and achieve their goal of maintaining safe and decent housing for those who need it.

                          Man pleads guilty in Covington fatal shooting

                          A man pleaded guilty to manslaughter for a fatal Covington shooting in Dec. 2018.

                            Remembering ‘inseparable’ husband and wife lost in Newport crash

                          At 80 and 81, the couple's daughter says her parents hadn't missed a beat.

                            Beshear on school delay recommendation: ‘I am not going to experiment with our kids’

                          Students can spread the disease, the governor argued, and entire communities hang in the balance.

                          Motorcyclist dead in NKY crash

                          A motorcyclist was struck and killed on US 42 Wednesday evening, according to the sheriff's office.

                            Beverly Hills Supper Club developer cancels meeting with victims group, contests ‘burial site’ claim

                          The cancellation comes one week before Southgate City Council is expected to vote on a zoning change required for the development to proceed.

                            NKY church offering daycare services to help working parents

                          The church will operate on an A/B schedule to complement school districts doing the same.

                          Campbell County Schools to delay all classes as other districts move ahead

                          Both in-person and virtual learning will not begin at Campbell County Schools until Sept. 14.

                            More time needed to get COVID-19 under control before schools open, Beshear says

                          Gov. Beshear said he would not sign an executive order to shut a school down if they do not follow his Sept. 28 recommendation.

                          Diocese of Covington to move ahead with school reopening

                          The Diocese of Covington will begin in-person instruction the week of Aug. 17.

                          KY school to open as planned despite Beshear’s recommendation

                          Williamstown Independent Schools said they are going to stick with their ‘parent choice model.'

                          Gov. Beshear tested for COVID-19 after ‘real scare,’ his office says

                          Gov. Beshear did not hold a live COVID-19 update on Tuesday since he was not feeling well.

                          Newport Independent Schools delay start for in-person learning

                          Superintendent of Newport Schools Tony Watts announced they will not begin school with in-person instruction.

                            NKY school district delays in-person learning on Beshear’s recommendation

                          So far it is the first Northern Kentucky district to announce a change to its original return-to-school plan following the governor’s Monday press conference.

                            Hearing begins into NKY judge accused of sexual misconduct, retaliation

                          Kenton County Judge Dawn Gentry faces nine charges including having sex with coworkers in her office during work hours and making unwanted advances toward coworkers

                            Husband, wife killed in fatal Newport crash identified by officials

                          One friend of the couple described the two as "genuine ."

                            Gov. Beshear recommends delayed start of in-person class; bars, restaurants given new orders

                          Gov. Beshear gave four reasons for why he is recommending a delayed return to in-person learning.

                          Man accused of trying to run over officers in Covington, police say

                          Police say they were investigating a report of shots fired when the suspect attempted to run over officers with his car as he fled.

                            Police: NKY man arrested on charges of sex crimes with a minor; district confirms he is a teacher

                          Police say the victim was not a student

                            Paige Johnson supporters rally outside Clermont County courthouse as suspect arrives

                          Jacob Bumpass faces charges of abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence

                          Suspension Bridge down to single lane Tuesday due to inspections

                          Pedestrian walkways will remain open

                          Gov. Beshear: 425 new cases of COVID-19 in Ky., 1 new death

                          In a Sunday update provided by the governor’s office, Governor Andy Beshear said that new cases of COVID-19 are fewer than this time last week.

                          Sheriffs identify person killed in motorcycle crash near Walton KY

                          One person is dead after a motorcycle crash Saturday night

                          Crystal Rogers: FBI searching for drivers in surveillance photos, conclude search activities in Bardstown

                          The Federal Bureau of Investigations has released new surveillance photos relating to the investigation into Crystal Rogers’ disappearance that will hopefully lead to new information.

                            2 dead, 2 injured following high-speed police chase, crash in NKY

                          Three suspects are in custody with minor injuries, Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac said.

                          Gov. Beshear: ‘We simply need to do better,’ 801 new cases of COVID-19 in Ky.

                          Beshear confirmed 801 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, with 29 of those cases being children aged 5 or younger.

                          Kentucky Education Association comes out against in-person classes to begin school year

                          The group wants Kentucky's schools to start virtually for all students.

                            World’s longest yard sale through Kentucky and Ohio this weekend

                          Front lawns are transformed into a picker’s paradises along US 127 Friday-Sunday!

                            New COVID-19 drive-thru testing sites open in Northern Kentucky

                          Tests are free and no physician order is required.

                          Kentucky State Police raise over $16K for Special Olympics

                          The “Cover the Cruiser” campaign was created after the Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run was canceled due to COVID-19.

                            NKU students to begin returning to campus

                          The move-in process for NKU students in the fall semester starts Monday, Aug. 10.

                          ‘Daddy Lover’ convicted of trying to lure NKY child online for sex

                          The investigation leading to his arrest began as a police training scenario, prosecutors say