Simply Money: Grocery deals you never heard of

Some of the Tri-State’s favorite grocery stores offer perks most shoppers have never heard of - until now.

Myrtle’s Punch House closes, says owner Molly Wellmann

  Gray Chairman, CEO Hilton H. Howell Jr. rang the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange

Ohioans love their Chick Fil A

  Chain restaurant closes all four locations in Cincinnati area

  Credit card interest rates are rising sharply

Fedex to hire 2,000 seasonal positions in Cincinnati

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Panera Bread, University of Cincinnati's Coach Fickell team up to tackle illiteracy

Simply Money: Watch out for ticket scams this concert season

Simply Money: Amazon hiring, CVS app allows for virtual house calls

  How to get free lipstick on National Lipstick Day

  Drug companies freeze prices: Does it mean savings?

Tips for finding a parking space in a crowded city

What not to buy at warehouse clubs

Warehouse shopping clubs can be a great place to find deals on certain items in bulk, but not everything is cheaper there.

  Avoiding skimmers at the pumps

Credit card skimmers are a real problem at gas stations, but a new report says certain pumps are much safer to use.

Want to see how much time you’re spending on your phone?

Want to see just how much time you're spending on your phone, or how often you check it?

  Reducing tick risk

Ticks are a real problem in the Tri-State right now - and we have some easy things to do to reduce the threat in your own yard.

Secrets for saving at theme parks

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How FOX19 NOW does digital advertising

Did you know FOX19 NOW creates and handles digital advertising needs for businesses every day? While many people see FOX19 NOW as a television station, there's much more to what's available. FOX19 NOW offers professional creative services for people and businesses big and small.

  Easiest ways to find locally-grown produce

Finding fresh, local produce doesn't have to mean a trip to the grocery store. From CSA programs to produce delivery, we'll tell you how it works, and what it costs.

Think you know organic? Try our quiz

Take our quiz to learn all about organic vegetables! Plus you won't want to miss our Simply Money special report on Monday at 10 p.m. to learn how you can save on fresh vegetables.

Signs your phone has been hacked

Think about all of the valuable, personal information you have on your phone. A scary new threat could make it possible for your info to land in a hacker's hands, but there are ways to protect yourself.

Tips for saving money on wine

Americans spend more than $60 billion a year on wine, and if you're one of the millions who enjoy a little vino - you'll want these tips for saving serious money on it.

How to spot phony Amazon reviews

Before you buy something you likely read at least a few customer reviews. But research shows phony reviews and paid reviews are still a problem on Amazon.

  Simply Money: Cinco de Mayo discounts and freebies

Planning to celebrate Cinco de Mayo this weekend? We've got a roundup of the best discounts and freebies in the Tri-State.

Jeff Wyler Automotive Family purchases Mercedes-Benz dealership

It was announced today that the Jeff Wyler Automotive Family has acquired the Mercedes-Benz dealership located in Fort Mitchell, Ky.

Performance Jeep Centerville to open on Sept. 23

Performance Jeep Centerville, located at 6950 Loop Road in Centerville, is the first Jeep® only franchise in the eastern United States.

Performance Automotive employees collect toys for Texan hurricane victims

Cincinnati Auto Group, Performance Automotive has been collecting toys and supplies for those affected by the devastation in Texas.

Cincinnati's Advance Dentistry to offer free day of dental care

A Cincinnati dental office is stepping up for those in need of dental care but can't afford to pay.

Support the Troops with a night of honors, fireworks and patriotism

USO Tribute Cincinnati is making its return to the riverfront on Labor Day weekend and this year's Honorary Chairperson, retired U.S. Air Force Colonel, Doctor Scott Sayre of Advance Dentistry wants the citizens of Cincinnati to join him.

Total Quality Logistics partners with Move for Hunger to hold month-long food drive

Total Quality Logistics is partnering with Move for Hunger, a national non-profit organization, to hold a month-long food drive through August 31.

NKY Regional Construction Partnership winds $2.69M award to increase job training

The Home Builders Association of Northern Kentucky (HBA) has been awarded $2,690,000 to address the workforce gap in the construction trades in Northern Kentucky.

Arby's offers free 'birdie'

Arby's is offering a free "birdie" to celebrate being named the official restaurant of the PGA Tour.

Newport on the Levee announces new general manager

The owners of Newport on the Levee have appointed Barney Estes as General Manager, effective Saturday, July 1, 2017.

Mike's Carwash partners with Big Brothers, Big Sisters for charity car wash day

Mike's Carwash will partner with Big Brothers Big Sisters for the eighth year in a row to raise money for their youth mentoring programs in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky.

Mid-Miami Roofing accepting nominations for free roof giveaway

MID-MIAMI ROOFING, INC. today announced it is now accepting nominations for its No Roof Left Behind Campaign. This nationwide program provides free roofs to local community members in need.

Wendy’s of Cincinnati & Dayton sponsors USO tribute

At hundreds of locations around the world, the United Service Organizations (USO) has been boosting the morale of the nation's service members and connecting them to the things they love.

Coney Island to host job fair

What: Coney Island will be hosting a Job Fair this Saturday to round out the 2017 seasonal Coney staff. Job openings available for Food Service, Rides, Riverbend Food Service, Lifeguards, Security, Maintenance/Landscaping and many other departments. Who: Applicants must be 16 years or older and have reliable transportation to and from work to be a part of the Coney Island Crew. When: Saturday, April 22nd, 10 AM-4 PM at the Pavilion, 6201 Kellogg Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45230 *Ent...

Performance Toyota to display distracted driving simulator

Texting-while-driving can be more dangerous than alcohol to drivers (some studies say up to eight times more dangerous).  Young adults are particularly susceptible to the hazards of distracted driving.  Now, thanks to a partnership between Performance Toyota and the PEERS Foundation, the dangers of texting while driving can now be powerfully demonstrated in a safe, controlled environment. Performance Toyota is proud to participate in the Toyota Teen Drive 365- Distracted ...

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center launches search for new president

The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center announced in December that Dr. Clarence G. Newsome would step down as president effective March 31, 2017. He has served as president of the institution since 2013. Under Newsome's leadership the institution's endowment has grown from $4 million to $10 million, and ended the 2016 fiscal year with an operational surplus. His administration has forged many new partnerships, local and national, including WGN's U...

Ultimate Air Shuttle announces new service to Atlanta

Our new service to Atlanta begins this Monday! Beginning March 20, 2017, we will offer flights, Monday through Friday, between Cincinnati or Cleveland and Atlanta for only $549 Round Trip! Book your first flight now to or from Atlanta for only $199 round trip! First-time and existing customers can take advantage of this great offer now through April 21, 2017. All travel must be booked and flown by April 21, 2017. If you have already booked your first flight, we will extend this...

Blue Grass Quality Meats celebrates 150 years of family ownership

Our Tradition of Good Taste… The world has certainly changed since 1867, which is when the Rice family first started creating flavorful memories.  And while other companies have made it a practice to create short cuts, Blue Grass Quality Meats is totally content and proud to share that even after five generations, Blue Grass Quality Meats are still made with great attention and care. After all, there are no shortcuts to quality. Blue Grass Quality Meats are created with...

Kerry Ford of Springdale celebrates 50 years with Ford Motors

Kerry Ford of Springdale is celebrating 50 years of being a Ford dealer. On Tuesday, Feb. 28, Kerry Ford of Springdale, was presented with their 50 Years With Ford anniversary plaque. This year, 2017, will be the dealership's monumental 50th year in business as a Ford dealer. Originally Meramec Ford, the dealership opened in May of 1967. Two years later, in 1969, the Meramec name was changed to what is now known as Kerry Ford when Kerry Automotive Founder and Owner Pat De...

New 2016 Tax Laws: Keep Up With the Changes

What are two words that most people generally do not want to hear in the same sentence?

December Moves to Save on 2015 Taxes: It's Not Too Late to Take Money-Saving Steps

The holiday season is full of plans and activities that make December incredibly hectic.

Holiday Parties on a Budget

The holidays are full of expenses already without dropping hundreds or even thousands of dollars on festivities.

How Does Amazon Pay For Free Shipping?

For only $99 per year, you get free shipping and rapid delivery — and if you use Amazon even semi-regularly, you will save a bundle on shipping charges compared to the $99 membership.

Your End-of-Year Debt Checkup: Is Your Debt Healthy or Unhealthy?

Consider which debt is healthy and which debt may be showing symptoms of chronic conditions that will attack your bank account and put you in poor financial health.

Holiday Bonuses 101: Maximize Return and Minimize Taxes

If you received a holiday bonus this year, congratulations! A 2014 survey by Challenger, Gray, and Christmas, found that 78% of the surveyed companies planned to give out a year-end bonus or gift last year.

The Accreditation Monopoly: Are Education Costs Higher Due to Accreditation?

Education advocates complain about the lack of innovative higher education approaches that can potentially improve outcomes and reduce costs.

Financial Tips For Engaged Couples: What To Do Before "I Do"

Whether you just proposed or were proposed to, congratulations on your recent engagement. The next few months will be a whirlwind as you plan your wedding and future lives together.

How to Sell your Home Before The New Year: 7 Tips for Selling Your Home During the Holidays

Are the holidays not hectic enough for you? Put aside your gift list for a moment; how about adding a home sale to your to-do list?

Top 5 Ways to Save At Christmas

If you are having trouble making a plan, feel free to use the following five ideas as a starting point.

Giving Away Billions for a Good Cause: Charity Facts and Figures

You know about Black Friday and Cyber Monday – but are you aware of Giving Tuesday?

Top 5 Ways to Save At Christmas

If you are having trouble making a plan, feel free to use the following five ideas as a starting point.

Oprah Goes on a $45 Million Diet

It must be nice to go on a diet and make $45 million as a result. There is only one person in America who can pull off that trick — Oprah Winfrey.

Paying for Fish That You Don't Get

A new study from the environmental group Oceana suggests that you may not always be getting what you are paying for.

Grab This Once-A-Year Tax Break

Fall is here, which means that it is time for the annual running of the workplace benefits gantlet.

Pros and Cons: Paid Parental Leave 101

America is behind the times on paid parental leave.

Top 5 Ways to Save at Thanksgiving

You don’t want to spend it stressing over the Thanksgiving budget; you want to spend it having an enjoyable day with friends and relatives, and relaxing on the couch with a tryptophan-induced nap.

Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Their Net Worth

The Kardashians have been flaunting their wealth for years on their reality TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, but just how rich are they? How did they acquire their wealth?

One Year to Election Day!

You only have to put up with the 2016 Presidential election campaign for one more year.

Would Raising Taxes on the Rich Make a Difference?

Tax policy and the concept of "a fair share" is a great dividing line between Democrats and Republicans, and the election campaign has brought that to the forefront.

More Restaurants Go the No-Tipping Route

Going tip-free makes the experience simpler for all involved. Restaurant owners do not have to worry about the mechanics of dividing tips among the entire staff and settling up at the end of shifts.

Earn 1% Bonus on Savings Account

You probably earn periodic bonuses with purchases on your cash-back credit card. How about a cash bonus on your savings account that doesn't require any purchase at all?

Pros and Cons: Should Retailers Stay Open on Thanksgiving?

Consider the pros and cons of stores staying open on Thanksgiving for both shoppers and retailers.

10 Great Tips to Grow Your Personal Savings

Does your money seem to fly out of your hands as quickly as it arrives? You are not alone.

How to Create a Budget and How to Stick to It

In 21st century America, the idea of budgeting seems almost passé. After all, with practically unlimited credit available on a seemingly never-ending supply of credit cards, why bother with the discipline of budgeting?

Visa Checkout 101: How to Use It Online, and Why You Should

Ordering products online can save lots of time and money compared to a trip to your local big box store, but there is one aspect of online shopping that can still be a time-waster — constantly entering payment and shipping information.

Kentucky clerk denies marriage license to gay couple despite Supreme Court ruling

The Supreme Court ruled against a defiant clerk who has refused to hand out marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Despite that ruling, Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis still refused a couple on Tuesday morning, the AP reports.On Tuesday morning, as Rowan County clerk Kim Davis' office opened, two couples were denied licenses.    A deputy clerk told April Miller and Karen Roberts, who walked into the office trailed by dozens of television cameras, that no licenses would...

Bryan Price calls Simon lawsuit 'family business'

The Cincinnati Reds are not talking about the lawsuit filed by a woman who says she was sexually assaulted by pitcher Alfredo Simon.

Man charged with murder in Hamilton toddler death case

Dylan Tompkins is now being charged for murder after a 1-year-old child died in early August.

Fire officials put out two alarm fire at old Kahn's factory

The former Kahn's meats plant at Spring Grove Avenue and Alabama Avenue caught fire around 4:30 p.m. Thursday.

Clermont Co. man indicted in drug bust

A Clermont County man has turned himself in to police after he was indicted on several drug charges.

P&G reports profits off 1 percent in 1Q

The Procter & Gamble Co. sees consumers around the globe starting to come back to its household brands and expects sales to strengthen in the months ahead.

Macy's to cut 7,000 jobs, slash dividend

Macy's Inc. announced Monday that it will cut 7,000 jobs, almost 4 percent of its work force, reduce its contributions to its employees' retirement funds and slash its dividend to preserve cash amid a severe pullback in consumer spending.