Shannon Gilday, police believe Shannon Gilday murdered Jordan Morgan

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ARMED AND DANGEROUS: Taylor Mill man wanted for murder; still on the run

A Northern Kentucky man is suspected of murdering a former assistant Commonwealth's Attorney for Boone and Gallatin counties during a home invasion near Richmond, Kentucky.

Shannon Gilday, 23, of Taylor Mill, Kentucky, has an active warrant out for his arrest for the murder of 32-year-old Jordan Morgan, Kentucky State Police announced Thursday.

Authorities say Gilday, 23, forced his way into former State Rep. C. Wesley Morgan's $6.5 million Richmond mansion at around 4am Tuesday armed with a rifle.

Once inside, police said, he shot and killed Morgan's daughter, Jordan Morgan, 32, while she was asleep. The Madison County Coroner's Office later confirmed that Jordan Morgan had been shot 'more than once'.


Gunfire from vehicle in Covington wounds 19-year old
Police say a young man is expected to survive after someone opened fire on his vehicle in Covington Wednesday.

Woman killed in crash on icy stretch of NKY interstate

One person is dead following an early Thursday crash on an icy stretch of southbound I-471 in Southgate. The crash happened a few minutes after 4 a.m., according to the Southgate Police Department.

Police say a 40-year-old man was driving the vehicle when it crossed the icy US-27 overpass and started to slide.

Police: Adopted boy beaten with baseball bat

A Northern Kentucky woman is behind bars accused of beating her son with a baseball bat. Kenton County police were tipped about a case of possible abuse in a home on Jan. 13.

"It appeared from a young person that they were being abused in so many words and needed assistance," Kenton County Police Col. Spike Jones recalled Wednesday.

Jones says he was in his office getting ready to wrap up the work day when he got the email. He dispatched patrol cars to Gardnersville Road in Demossville, where officers encountered the email sender. Jones says it was a young boy.

20 Cincinnati-Style Chili Parlors You Should Have Tried By Now

The list includes four restaurants in Northern Kentucky and the usual well-known chain chili parlors:
Pepper Pod, Newport:
Greasy spoon dining at its best, the Pepper Pod is a Newport legend. Grab a 3-, 4- or 5-Way or something off their all-day breakfast menu.

Bard's Burgers & Chili, Latonia:
Calling themselves "the dive that's worth the drive," Bard's has been featured on local news and on the Food Network for its giant Bardzilla food challenge and flash-fried cheese curds.

Gourmet Chili, Newport:
This unassuming chili spot tucked away on Newport's Monmouth Street serves up all-day breakfast, burgers, gyros and, of course, Cincinnati-style chili.

Empress Chili, Alexandria:
In addition to the usual crop of double-decker sandwiches and ways, Empress offers some zany takes on old favorites: individual chili pizzas with cheesy, saucy fare on dough and the tough-to-pronounce “spagoney,” which swaps out hot dogs for noodles.

Dixie Chili:
With a location in Newport, another in Covington and one in Erlanger, Dixie Chili has become an integral part of Northern Kentucky culture


At 7:55 AM, I-75 is clear of ice

Check the traffic cams, live.

Weather Service now warns of ice, but no snow

Some light freezing rain will lead to slick conditions across parts of the area early this morning.

Rain will occur from the middle of the afternoon into the overnight. With the ground being very wet, this rainfall could produce some flooding.

KYTC District 6 snowfighters will report for duty early Thursday

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 6 crews plan to report in at 2:00 a.m. in Boone, Kenton and Campbell Counties to treat potential slick spots that could develop from freezing rain that is in the forecast for the next two days.

The remaining eight district 6 counties will report at 4 a.m. Bridges, overpasses and elevated roads will be monitored and treated as needed.

Be prepared and extra cautious on the Thursday morning commute.

This chain will pay you to pick-up your own pizza order

Now, Domino's is practically begging customers not to order delivery. And it's making it worth their while by offering customers a $3 discount if they choose carry out over delivery through May 22.

This restaurant chain is having so much trouble meeting its staffing needs that it's willing to pay its customers to pick up their food rather than have it delivered.

An ashtray caused the fire destruction of Villa Hills Civic Club

Another reason to ban smoking.

he ashtray was on the back deck of the club, and the wind blew it into the building that sits off Rogers Road, FOX19 NOW was told.

The Crescent Springs Villa Hills Fire Department said at the time the fire likely started on the back deck.

Whatever happened to premier director and Cincinnati native Steven Spielberg?:

He's still directing and producing movies at the age of 75.

Looking for way to pay for college? Server age being reduced

Not going to college is big life mistake; there may be another way soon to help pay for it other than socialism.

It may not be long before the people serving you alcohol at your favorite restaurant get a little younger. A pre-filed bill making its way to the Kentucky senate floor would lower the age for servers from 20-and-a-day to 18-years-old.

NKY woman shot by husband in 2013 succumbs to injuries

A Northern Kentucky woman who became an advocate for stronger domestic violence laws after her estranged husband shot her nearly nine years ago has died.

Alisha Waters, 39, of Florence, passed away last week, on Thursday, Feb. 17, at the University of Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington, according to her obituary at Ronald B. Jones Funeral home.

State workers to remove signs planted on highways; they're illegal

Illegally placed items along state maintained right of way areas are subject to being removed. Political campaigns, residents, business operators and property owners along US and KY routes are reminded no signage is allowed on right of way other than official highway signs and items approved through a permit process.

Non-permitted signs can create additional hazards by blocking sight distance or distracting drivers, particularly at intersections.

Requests have been received to clear non-permitted signs from right of way areas across the district.

Man killed at freight trucking facility in NKY identified; and how he died

Ricky Markley of Erlanger was hooking up a dolly to his tractor-trailer when the semi-truck, which had two trailers attached, began to move, the report states. Markley was caught between the two trailers when the tires trapped him and began to roll over him.

A coworker was able to prevent the truck from completely running him over, however it took several minutes to put the truck in reverse as there was insufficient air pressure, the report states, adding Markley had been crushed under about 23,000 pounds.

HISTORY: Mourners greet Eisenhower's funeral train in Newport

Mourners greet Dwight Eisenhower's funeral train in Newport in 1969. The body of the former president and Supreme Commander of Allied Forces during World War 2, was being taken to his home state of Kansas. Note the old Newport Train Depot on the right.

Ovation developer opens 'experience center' to show off $1 billion project

Corporex, the master developer of the $1 billion Ovation development in Newport, has opened an "experience center" to give potential residents, tenants and businesses a deeper look at what’s coming along the riverfront.

Two from Florence sentenced for roles in Northern Kentucky meth trafficking

Two people from Florence have been sentenced to more than 70 months in jail after admitting to conspiring with others to distribute methamphetamine around Northern Kentucky.

According to the Department of Justice, 34-year-old Shannan Baker and 35-year-old Ryan Bell were sentenced on Tuesday.

Baker received a 150-month sentence while Bell received 72 months.

Wife of driver shot and killed by Villa Hills officers during traffic stop files lawsuit

he wife of a man killed by Villa Hills Police has filed a federal wrongful death lawsuit against the city and police department.

Two officers shot and killed Randall Lockaby during a traffic stop on I-75 last February.

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