As schools across the country will soon prove, spare change can add up to a wealth of difference.
The annual Pennies for Patients campaign challenges students to donate extra coins for the research and treatment of blood-related cancers.
During the 2003-2004 school year, students from more than 160 schools in the Tri-State raised over $310,000. Most notable is Princeton High School who came in second place raising over $42,000.
Princeton has come in second place in the nation for the past 3 years in Pennies fundraising efforts. The number one school in the nation is in the O.C. (Orange County, California).
In honor of the team’s 50th season, the Cincinnati Bengals have planted giant statues at eight different locations in the Tri-State.
The Russian lawyer who met Donald Trump Jr. during the 2016 campaign has represented a military unit operated by Russia's intelligence agency.
Work crews are making progress on the Brent Spence Bridge 2017 project.