Tall stacks: Bard’s Burgers and Chili stacks the beef patties high
Generation Z casts their votes in national mock election
Art Lander: Youth movement likely behind strong archery growth
One week ’til Kyians use healthcare.gov instead of Kynect
Duke awards $50,000 grant to TMC Ohio River Biology Field station
Jamie Vaught: Former Cat Sean Woods says talent is there for MSU
Sule Foundation makes $45k grant to WAVE Foundation
Rich History: Minnie Lohman built the ‘Pride of the Queen City’
NDA launches $7m capital campaign, Excellence Without Boundaries
Dinsmore Homestead offers perfect setting for All Hallow’s Eve
BBB Trends: When fraudsters assume online identity of the deceased
The Licking River: A 300-mile journey from mountains to metropolis
Tall stacks: Bard’s Burgers and Chili stacks the beef patties high and catches the Food Network’s eye
The Food Network’s Joshua Denny, host of Ginormous Food, were in Latonia Monday to tape an episode at Bard’s Burgers and Chili By Vicki Prichard NKyTribune reporter Customers heard the call and lined up to welcome the Food Network at Bard’s Burgers and Chili When Jordan Stephenson put...
By Angie Mimms NKyTribune contributor I have an aunt who has been instrumental in an organization called Ms. Wheelchair Kentucky for years. I’d heard about it through the family grapevine on occasion...
By Judy Clabes NKyTribune editor At a hearing last Tuesday on the Jane Doe vs. Northern Kentucky, et.al lawsuit in his U.S. district court, Senior Judge William O. Bertlesman took “under advisement”...
By Vicki Prichard NKyTribune reporter Channel One News, a Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Company which provides daily news to millions of students and teachers in schools across the U.S., announced Hillary...
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The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce along with the Northern Kentucky International Trade Association (NKITA) is holding an event to discuss the impact the 2016 General Election has on International...
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- Airfares from CVG decline another 13.5 percent in second quarter; airport now ranks #40 nationally
- City leaders unveil plans for Ludlow Yards; mixed use development seen as gateway to business district
- BBB Trends: Cyberattack of the Living Dead, when fraudsters assume deceased person's online identity
- ALOFT Hotel at Newport on the Levy heading toward grand opening, offering job fair to hire personnel
- Made in Kentucky: Did you know these things were made in your home state?
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The Duke Energy Foundation has awarded the Thomas More College Ohio River Biology Field Station a $50,000 grant. This leadership gift will be used to launch the 2017 year-long 50th anniversary celebration...
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- Generation Z casts their votes in national mock election, and the next President is . . .
- Notre Dame Academy launches $7m capital campaign, Excellence Without Boundaries
- Deadline approaching for Kentucky Agriculture Department Farm to School Month Art/Video Contest
- Boone County High School Spotlighters present 'The Curious Savage,' classic comedy with life lessons
- Covington Catholic High School receives AdvacED accreditation; strengths include dedicated faculty
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The Covington Professional Firefighters, I.A.F.F. Local 38 has filed an appeal with state Attorney General’s office, saying the City of Covington has failed to comply with Kentucky’s Open Records...
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- SD 1 bond refinancing to save $31.2 million; notes originally issued in 2005-07 to increase capacity
- Historic voter registration drive adds more than 100,000 voters to the rolls for Nov. 8 election
- Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Department sets fall surplus, confiscated item auction for Oct. 31
- Visit from "The Renegades," Honor Run highlight Veterans Day weekend activities in Florence
- New ramp from Mall Road to I-75 southbound now open; expected to relieve traffic congestion
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Beginning next week Kentuckians will use healthcare.gov, instead of kynect, to purchase a Qualified Health Plan (QHP) during the 2017 open enrollment period. The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family...
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- St. Elizabeth Edgewood earns top 5 percent ranking in nation for heart care from Healthgrades
- SmartHealthToday: Take these steps to avoid painful exercise-associated muscle cramps
- SmartHealthToday: Pet therapy works -- and sometimes animal-assisted therapy works miracles
- WHO says tax on sugary drinks, reduced prices for fruits, vegetables could decrease obesity
- Dixie Heights High School to host health fair with Kidz Zone activities, Q102 Heart & Soul Patrol
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Tall stacks: Bard’s Burgers and Chili stacks the beef patties high and catches the Food Network’s eyeThe Food Network’s Joshua Denny, host of Ginormous Food, were in Latonia Monday to tape an episode at Bard’s Burgers and Chili By Vicki Prichard NKyTribune reporter Customers heard the call...
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- Kentucky by Heart: Breast cancer is 'common denominator' in group's shared journey
- Our Rich History: Minnie Lohman built Bond Hill's Swiss Gardens, the 'Pride of the Queen City'
- Bluegrass & Backroads: Roberts Family Farm has been giving back to Meade County since 2000
- Chef Kelsey Yerger celebrates long tenure with Metropolitan Club as it approaches 25th anniversary
- Chef Foster: Marketing important for local organic farms, but ultimately it's really about the food
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Traffic fatalities rise on Kentucky’s roadways; drivers urged to make ‘safe decisions behind the wheel’The rate of fatalities on Kentucky’s roadways is increasing in 2016, according to preliminary numbers from the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety (KOHS). As of Oct. 24, there were 640 fatalities –...
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- Judge sanctions NKU, awards fees for issues related to Bothof's deposition in Jane Doe case
- Honor Flight took off this morning with 72 Tri-State veterans, guardians to visit memorials in D.C.
- Boone Commonwealth's Attorney seeks damages from fired employee; says he shared personal info
- Jonnas, new drug detection K-9, joins Northern Kentucky Drug Strike Force, thanks to foundation gift
- People in News: Judy Kincaid joins Trib; sprucing Goebel; Union Salon Suites; Gateway speech team
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The WAVE Foundation at the Newport Aquarium has just extended its community outreach program with a transformative gift from the Elsa Heisel Sule Foundation. At the WAVE Foundation’s largest fundraiser...
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- Redwood gets 3-year accreditation from Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
- AG Beshear Provides $43,000 to Family Nurturing Center; funds are from the Child Victims Trust Fund
- Ms. Wheelchair Kentucky educates society about needs and achievements of people with disabilities
- Special Needs Northern Kentucky to host Picnic in the Park Sunday for families dealing with disabilities
- Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky Open House takes place Wednesday, all are welcome
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Youth participation in archery is thought to be a major factor in the growth of target archery and bow hunting in Kentucky, and across the country. The National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) has...
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- Rainfall not sufficient to ease forest fire danger; seasonal restrictions on outdoor burning in effect
- UK's Kentucky Kernel receives Pacemaker award, the 'Pulitzer Prize' of college journalism
- Two Campbellsville University students killed Saturday in one-car accident in Boone County
- Decline in Kentucky food prices returns in third quarter, according to KFB Marketbasket survey
- Better Idea: Lt Gov.'s Entrepreneurship Challenge for high school students -- pitch business, win prizes
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After a remarkable 2015-16 campaign, which saw Morehead State finish with a 23-14 mark, including 11-5 in Ohio Valley Conference and a trip to a national postseason title showdown in College Basketball...
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- CovCath back in contention for state title in boys' soccer; Campbell County loses in playoff debut
- Notre Dame loses sudden death shootout, Simon Kenton advances in girls' soccer playoffs
- Boone County football team broke 28-game losing streak in dramatic fashion
- Keith Taylor: Kentucky's recent turnaround began with veteran coordinator Eddie Gran
- Record crowd attends annual John Calipari Women's Clinic at Rupp Arena
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Over the last 50 years, usually around the time fall colors are in full bloom, state and federal officials have dedicated a week to highlight all of the products our forests provide. Kentucky, of course,...
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- Campbell County Judge-Executive Pendery explains importance of digital radio system upgrade
- Jeff Rubin: Education, job training are important components to true prison reform in Kentucky
- Lyn Hacker: At first her tattoos were a curiosity that got our attention, then she was Tatts, and one of us
- Bill Straub: When it comes to Trump's baseless charges of vote rigging, McConnell is oddly silent
- John Schickel: Much to be thankful for as 'Bluegrass State' approaches 225th anniversary celebration