For the fourth year in a row, Kentucky State Rep. Dennis Keene, D-Wilder, has introduced a bill that would require those convicted of drunk driving to install an ignition interlock device which would test their breath for alcohol before allowing the engine to start.
This time, Keene is more confident his fellow legislators will go along, because of a federal law passed by Congress in 2012.
A Covington life sciences incubator is expanding and area developers are looking forward to it attracting more related companies.
When bioLOGIC moves in its newest start-up companies in March, the old dance hall, turned lab and office space, will triple its size. Managing Director Keith Schneider shows off the bigger conference room.