Brenna R. Kelly, The Kentucky Enquirer en $1 Million Powerball Ticket Sold in Erlanger <p><a href="">It wasn’t the $337 million</a> jackpot, but someone who bought a lottery ticket in Erlanger won $1 million Wednesday night, Kentucky Lottery officials said. The winning ticket sold at the Speedway at 631 Donaldson Highway matched the first five numbers but not the Powerball to win the game’s second prize. Fri, 17 Aug 2012 13:32:52 +0000 Brenna R. Kelly, The Kentucky Enquirer 31450 at Police Arrest 15 in Drug Roundup <p><a href="|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE">State Police have arrested 15 people</a> on drug charges after a roundup Thursday. Police began the roundup at 6 a.m. Thursday after sealed indictments were returned by the Grant County Grant jury. Police are seeking 26 people on 82 felony charges and two misdemeanor charges. Fri, 27 Jul 2012 14:11:43 +0000 Brenna R. Kelly, The Kentucky Enquirer 30248 at 911 Outage Causes Concern <p><a href="">Residents calling 911 in most of Northern Kentucky</a> could not reach emergency dispatchers to get needed help for nearly two hours Tuesday morning. Four of the five dispatch centers in Boone, Kenton and Campbell counties experienced phone problems Tuesday morning which left the centers unable to receive calls. &ldquo;I&rsquo;ve been doing this almost 20 years and I&rsquo;ve never seen anything like it,&rdquo; said Steve Castor, Erlanger Police spokesman. &ldquo;We&rsquo;ve all experienced outages where one center or another has gone down for a variety of reason and is picked up by another center. I&rsquo;ve never ever seen every dispatch center go down.&rdquo; Wed, 08 Feb 2012 16:10:12 +0000 Brenna R. Kelly, The Kentucky Enquirer 21054 at 911 Outage Causes Concern Less Money for Emergency Utility Aid <p><a href="|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE">A program that assists Kentucky</a> households in jeopardy of having heating utilities shut off may get significantly less funding this winter. &ldquo;We know that our crisis assistance funding, which starts in January, is going to be significantly less than last year,&rdquo; said Florence Tandy, executive director of the Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission, which administers the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LIHEAP locally. This year&rsquo;s funds are expected to last only two weeks, she said. The agency typically has enough to last three months. Thu, 15 Dec 2011 15:01:07 +0000 Brenna R. Kelly, The Kentucky Enquirer 18059 at Ford Retires Crown Vic <p><a href=" "><strong>After a run of more than 30 years, the Ford Crown Victoria</strong></a> is retiring. The last one rolled off the Ford assembly line near St. Thomas, Ontario, on Wednesday, according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.<br /> Thu, 01 Sep 2011 14:06:31 +0000 Brenna R. Kelly, The Kentucky Enquirer 11671 at Ford Retires Crown Vic Kentuckians Recover from Fair Collapse <p><a href="">A Northern Kentucky mother </a>and daughter remained hospitalized in Indianapolis after being crushed by the falling stage at the Indiana State Fair on Aug. 13. Shannon Walcott, 34, of Erlanger, suffered broken ribs, broken vertebrae, a broken pelvis and a third-degree burn on her leg. Her 10-year-old daughter Jade a suffered a crushed skull, fractured neck vertebrae and an ear laceration.</p><p> Tue, 23 Aug 2011 13:30:13 +0000 Brenna R. Kelly, The Kentucky Enquirer 11056 at Kentuckians Recover from Fair Collapse Drug agents raid Dry Ridge Doctor's Office <p><a href="|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE">Federal and state law enforcement</a> authorities raided a Dry Ridge doctor&#39;s office Thursday morning. The raid at Dr. Sundiata El-Amin&rsquo;s office at 95 S. Dixie Highway began about 11:30 a.m., said Russ Neville, agent in charge at the Drug Enforcement Administration&rsquo;s Cincinnati office, which covers Northern Kentucky. Fri, 17 Jun 2011 12:03:27 +0000 Brenna R. Kelly, The Kentucky Enquirer 6723 at I-75 Bottlenecks in Northern Kentucky <p><a href="|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE">More than 30 million people plan </a>to drive at least 50 miles from home this Memorial Day weekend, according the AAA travel group. The thousands who plan to drive Interstate 71/75 through Northern Kentucky could spend part of their holiday stuck in traffic. State transportation officials say the work to repair and replace concrete on the interstate will continue through the holiday weekend. Fri, 27 May 2011 13:22:18 +0000 Brenna R. Kelly, The Kentucky Enquirer 4809 at