North Canton City Schools reveal contents found inside purse lost by student in 1957

  Survey: Bad credit score is second only to cheating in causes of relationship angst

Fifth Third: Bank employees stole, gave out customer info

Ultimate Air Shuttle to expand service from Lunken to Nashville and Cleveland

  Downtown businesses worried about impact of Macy’s headquarters closure

  Macy’s closing Cincinnati headquarters Downtown, adding jobs to Mason, Springdale

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  City leaders react to closure of Macy’s Downtown offices: ‘We’ll get past this’

  Millennium Hotel liquidation sale begins today

Raising Ohio’s minimum wage: State’s top cop certifies petition to increase it to $13 by 2025

Owner says anonymous businessperson has paid off The Farm’s IRS debt

  Owner hopes to save ‘The Farm’ from auction block

Ohio marks one-year anniversary of medical marijuana sales

  Checkout time for Millennium Hotel

Its owners entered into a sale agreement with the Port Authority of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority

Christ Hospital to expand NKY facility instead of buying former hotel, officials say

Instead, officials say they will look to expand their already existing services in Fort Wright and other potential sites in northern Kentucky.

United Airlines debuts first CRJ-550 aircraft at CVG

It features more legroom, storage and amenities than any other regional aircraft flying today, company officials say

  Millennium Hotel to shut down

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley said earlier this year he was considering filing a lawsuit against the hotel

Florida teen and her siblings rescued from “deplorable conditions” after she calls hotline to report parents, suicidal thoughts

Miami Valley Gaming and Racing proposes $100 million expansion project

Macy’s to stop selling real fur by end of fiscal year 2020

Former OTR Kroger is being demolished

Chainsaw-wielding bear, others protest outside Procter and Gamble’s shareholder meeting

Kroger, Walgreens to stop sale of e-cigarettes at all stores

Hamilton County, Port Authority move closer to new convention center hotel

Officials announced they've cleared a $1.3 million hurdle.

Next phase of development near Xavier officially underway

The new apartment building will add 49 units to the reviving area.

Kroger slashes management jobs nationwide

tore officials did not say how many people were out of work in our area or nationally

Ohio congressman, former Buckeye to propose deal to allow college athletes to earn money, reports say

The former Buckeye is planning to propose a new national law to give college athletes the opportunity to make endorsement money.

Millennium Hotel redevelopment moves forward by one vote

By a vote of 2-1, the commissioners voted to pay $1.3 million in “earnest money” to be used to purchase the current convention hotel from the Singapore-based owner.

  New online job portal launches

here are currently 85 jobs from 26 different companies listed on the portal

Hard Rock completes purchase of JACK Casino

On Friday, JACK Entertainment announced the sale of JACK Cincinnati to Hard Rock International was completed for about $745 million.

UC Health raises minimum wage for all employees

The wage increase will take effect in January 2020.

Cincinnati State to kick off 50th year with celebration, new report showing college’s major economic impact on region

The new economic impact report will help kick off Cincinnati State’s 50th Anniversary Year, which is being celebrated Sept. 19 with a picnic, historical artifacts display and other activities.

  Hamilton Co. finds nearly $700K from unclaimed court case funds

The revenue comes from funds that were never claimed after court cases ended, Hamilton County Clerk of Courts Aftab Pureval and Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said Wednesday.

New NKY race horse track threatens Turfway Future

On Thursday, Churchill Downs announced its plans to build a new training facility in Northern Kentucky. The facility would also hold a winter thoroughbred meet in 2020.

Tenants of The Banks entertainment district to Mayor Cranley: We support new concert venue

In a letter to Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, the group says the venue will attract artists that appeal to 21 to 35-year-olds which could bring a new audience to The Banks and increase business.

University of Cincinnati will sell Emery Center for $8.55 million

The purchase also includes a letter of intent from the Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati to explore a renovation of the center’s performance space for new use.

US Bank Arena is changing names

The U.S. Bank Arena will be changing names and the building’s owner is seeking another naming rights sponsor.

Duke Energy grants $205,000 to seven projects helping job growth in the Tri-State

Duke Energy announced $205,000 in grants to companies hoping to stimulate job creation

Allegiant offering new nonstop flights to West Palm Beach from CVG

Allegiant announced new nonstop flights from CVG to West Palm Beach

  Ohio family sues after home DNA kit reveals man is not woman’s biological father

In the lawsuit, Cincinnati’s Institute for Reproductive Health, Christ Hospital, and Ovation Fertility are accused of misconduct in the birth of a Columbus-area woman.

  Downtown’s Millennium Hotel to be sold to local developer

Millennium Hotels and Resorts say in a statement that the sale is contingent upon certain conditions, including the purchasers completion of its due diligence.

Dozens of Pilot whales come ashore on Ga. beach

Rare mass whale beaching in Glynn County

Report: Cincinnati rent up from 2018, but still cheaper than many American cities

According to a report from Apartment List, rent in Cincinnati is up 0.6% since June, and up 1.7% since last year

EKU Online Now Enrolling for Fall: Apply Before July 6

Life is busy, sometimes messy — and frequently complicated. For too many people, that means missed opportunities to pursue dreams or change careers. But did you know some college courses can be completed in just eight weeks? Did you know there’s a wide variety of degree programs offered online by a

Become a Change Agent with an Online MPA or Master’s in Industrial-Organizational Psychology

If your passion is community development, organizational performance, leadership or employee satisfaction, consider advancing your career with a master of public administration (MPA) or a master’s in industrial organizational psychology.

Taft’s Brewing Company expands with new Columbus brewpub

Taft’s Brewing Company is set to open a brewpub in the “Gravity” development in Columbus’ Franklinton neighborhood.

West Chester company wins $3.2 billion jet order

Latin American low-cost carrier selects 100 turbofan engines for 50 new Airbus jets

  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.

  Charlotte Russe closing all its stores, going out of business effective immediately

In a statement, the company said its still in negotiations to sell its intellectual property.

Google quietly opens office in OTR

Search engine giant Google -- also known as that thing you probably feel like you can’t live without -- set up shop in Cincinnati.

Myrtle’s Punch House closes, says owner Molly Wellmann

Myrtle’s Punch House will be closing down, according to owner and mixologist, Molly Wellmann.

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

Gray Television now owns and operates television stations and digital properties in 91 markets across the U.S., including nearly 150 affiliates of ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC networks.

Ohioans love their Chick Fil A

Fast food chains in highest demand in each state

  Chain restaurant closes all four locations in Cincinnati area

An area restaurant shutdown in the middle of the day Tuesday without any notice to its employees.

  Credit card interest rates are rising sharply

Credit card interest rates are rising sharply and you can blame the fed’s recent interest rate hikes, according to a new review.

Fedex to hire 2,000 seasonal positions in Cincinnati

Hiring is for frontline employees, specifically package handler positions.

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

During August all 24 area Panera Bread locations in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky are teaming up with the University of Cincinnati Coach Fickell's 2nd & 7 Foundation to offer a free soft-back book with every Panera Kids Meal purchased.

Simply Money: Watch out for ticket scams this concert season

It is summer concert season -- which also means it is ticket scam season. The Simply Money team has advice to help consumers avoid ending up with phony tickets.

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

Amazon is hiring and you don't need to move to Seattle for one of these jobs.

  How to get free lipstick on National Lipstick Day

Sunday is National Lipstick Day, and many cosmetics dealers are celebrating by giving away free lipstick.

  Drug companies freeze prices: Does it mean savings?

Several pharmaceutical companies have announced that they will be freezing the prices on some medications, however many consumers won't see a difference in price.

Tips for finding a parking space in a crowded city

Whether you're trying to find a parking spot in downtown Cincinnati, or another city, it can be challenging, and expensive!

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

Theme parks can be really pricey, and the tickets are just the start of it. We've got some tips for saving on all of the extras.

Accelerate your business with FOX19 NOW Business Partners

FOX19 NOW Business Partners provides an exclusive and innovative way to increase traffic, leads, and sales for your business. Learn more about how FOX19 NOW Business Partners can accelerate your business.

What is native advertising?

Native advertising is a form of paid media that mimics editorial content but has a promotional intent. According to digital marketing firm...

Learn about digital display advertising with FOX19 NOW

As a major distributor of digital advertising, we offer display ads in a variety of sizes, animations, and functions. Learn more about what digital advertising with FOX19 NOW can mean for your business.

How can I benefit from cross-platform ad campaigns?

Many successful advertising campaigns are the result of cross-platform engagement. In essence, it means diversifying where display ads not only reach a wider audience but deliver a consistent message to viewers wherever they are.

How can I benefit from mobile ad campaigns?

Every once in a while, we get lucky enough to be around the innovation of a new media. Check out some of the cool mobile ad features we have.

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.