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Covington looking to hire 7 firefighter/paramedics

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

World’s Longest Yard Sale moves through the Tri-State this weekend

Free admission to Kings Island for teachers, first responders and healthcare professionals

  Cincinnati civil rights icon Marian Spencer dies at 99

Struble Elementary Students create paintings for PAWS Adoption Center

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Glier’s Goetta Fest vendors feature new menu items

FC Cincinnati claims victory in first hiring program

The Cincinnati Zoo & Children’s Hospital team up for “Zoo Access for All Day”

Findlay Market receives international recognition

Dads get in free at Cincinnati Zoo for Father’s Day

‘Setback’ delays Coney Island’s Cannonball Cove, park says

2019 Tri-State fish fry guide

As Lent approaches, fish fry season jumps in to full effect starting this Friday. Local parishes will be hosting fish fries until April 18, the Friday before Easter.

Help Families in Need by Donating to Food From the Heart

Kroger, in cooperation with FOX19 and St. Vincent De Paul, announced the kick off of the annual “Food From The Heart” campaign on Monday.

Closed Captioning Problems

We accept calls using TDD and TTY and we are available during normal business hours to address captioning issues.

  Time to lace up for Pink Ribbon Walk

The Race for the Cure Pink Ribbon Walk is set to take off in October at Coney Island.

Food from the Heart community service campaign begins

Trinity Garden Mart happens on Mother's Day Weekend

Jungle Jim's heats up for Weekend of Fire

Friday night sobriety check in effect at 7 p.m.

FOX19 Morning Show Set Auction

Mommy Memos with Regina Russo: Breastfeeding

Benefit for Lorelai Hoskins

Lorelai Hoskins was born with a heart defect called Tetralogy of Fallot

Newport Aquarium Unveils Underwater World of Weirdness

A fish that walks. Creatures with electrified mouths. A fish with horns. Crabs that can grow legs up to 10 feet long. They all have two things in common. They're weird and they're going on display at Newport Aquarium.

Doggy Days at Busam

Busam Subaru is proud to announce "Doggy Days at Busam". On Sunday April 25th, 4 local dog rescues will be on hand to facilitate adoptions and answer questions. The event is open to the public and will last from 11 am – 3 pm.

Links for August 14th

Here are the links mentioned on todays news:

12th annual Crystal Classic

On March 6, 2010 Fairfield High School will present first-rate excitement and musical entertainment as over 34 of the country's best high school and middle school show choirs compete in the 12th annual Crystal Classic

Scuba Santa™ Makes a Splashy Return - Enter to Win

This holiday season marks the seventh year Scuba Santa™ will show off his underwater talents at the Newport Aquarium.

Tri-State New Year's Eve Events

NEW YEARS EVE/ DAY EVENTS IN NKY *Benefit of Hope Charitable Auction Little Britain Carriage House - 5307 Idlewild Road - Burlington December 31 : 7 p.m. - 1 a.m. Dinner, drinks, dancing and silent

Star Wars: In Concert - Information & Enter to Win

Star Wars: In Concert Friday, December 11, 2009 7:30 pm.  Massive multi-media event features stunning visuals, a live orchestra, choir and narration, plus an exclusive exhibit of Star Wars costumes, props and production artwork

Halloween Events on Fountain Square

The New Rewind 94.9 and FOX19 are pleased to be a part of the Costume Contest, Pumpkin Carving Contest, and Monster Mash Bash this Halloween.

FOX19 Staffer Encounters F-35 Fighter

F-35 Fighter visits Dayton Ohio and a FOX19 staffer was there to check it out.

Mommy Memos Working Mothers Love TriHealth

Trihealth and Proctor and Gamble are two of Working Mothers Magazine's Top 100 companies. Kudos to them. Offerinf flex time, job sharing, support for breast feeding, daycare and summer camps. As well

Mommy Memos H1N1

In the next few weeks all school age children should be getting vaccinated for H1N1. But some parents are worried about the safety of the vaccine. A family practitioner with Group Health Associates

Mommy Memos with Regina: Getting Enough Sleep

I'll admit, my second has much better sleeping habits than my first son. We've spoiled him, plain and simple. What my husband and I have learned with our second is...WE NEED SLEEP TOO! And children

Disciplining other people's children.

A Kennedy Heights mother held a 6 year old neighbor boy's hands to his bike so her 5 year old son could punch him. A few days later a 44 year old woman picks up a 2 year old boy out his mother's lap

OTR GATEWAY QUARTER TOUR OF LIVING AND SECOND SUNDAY ON MAIN

JOIN US IN SEPTEMBER FOR TWO GREAT EVENTS OTR GATEWAY QUARTER TOUR OF LIVING AND SECOND SUNDAY ON MAIN WHAT: Second Sunday on Main Expands to include OTR Gateway Quarter Tour of Living

Mommy Memos with Regina How young is too to encourage a talent?

September 4th, 2009 Friday morning on the FOX19 Morning Show, Mommy Memos with Regina Russo looks at what age is too young to get your boy or girl interested in a sport, talent or study ethic. What do

Mommy Memos on Facebook!

Become of fan of Mommy Memos with Regina Russo on Facebook! Just search: Mommy Memos with FOX19's Regina Russo and join in the conversation about Attachment Parenting, what works, if your child is scared

Attachment Parenting in us all!

Isn't there a little Attachment Parenting in us all?

Be a part of a World Record Making Event!

Soaps It Up is a carwash presented by the CARSTAR stores of Cincinnati and CARSTAR across the nation. They will be attempting to enter the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest carwash!

Soundoff

FOX19 wants to hear what you have to say about today's news headlines, and we may read your reponses on the FOX19 Evening News @ 6:30pm.

Events Around the Tri-State

Parades, cemetery services and guest speakers fill the Memorial Day weekend around the Tristate. Here is a list of what's going on: Cincinnati Downtown/Covington A Memorial Day Bridge Walk and Flag

Consider That

Do you have something to say, but feel like you're being ignored?  Like no one's listening? Have we got a spot for you! Consider This , FOX19 is looking for people who want to express themselves, share an opinion, and tell us how they feel.

Flower Carpet presented by P&G

Flower Carpet presented by P&G 7,000 square feet of color, April 2008 A Chinese butterfly kite inspired the design for the 2008 Flower Carpet presented by P&G. When spring arrives in April, Fountain

Ghosts of Pirate Cove

Newport Aquarium's Ghosts of Pirate Cove will bring all kinds of new pirate fun this Halloween including underwater swordfights, underwater pumpkin carving, crafts and FREE trick-or-treating throughout the Aquarium.

Cincinnati Matters - October 20, 2007

October 20, 2007- Suicide Prevention:  Deb Clancy from the American Society for Suicide Prevention

Cincinnati Matters - October 13, 2007

October 13, 2007- School Violence: Dr. Dan Nelson and Dr. David Shonfield

Cincinnati Matters - October 6, 2007

October 6, 2007- Cincinnati Initiative to Reduce Violence:  Cincinnati City Councilmember Cecil Thomas.

Cincinnati Matters - September 29, 2007

September 29, 2007 - Delta Sigma Theta: 50th Anniversary of the Ebony Fashion Fair.

Cincinnati Matters - September 22, 2007

September 22, 2007 - Sisters Network, Inc: Breast Cancer Support Group for African-American women.

Cincinnati Matters - September 15, 2007

September 15, 2007 - Postponing Sexual Involvement: Program in the Cincinnati Public Schools which is having a positive effect on teen behavior.

Cincinnati Matters - September 8, 2007

September 8, 2007 - Christopher Smitherman, NAACP.

WorkPlace Associates Enterprises

WorkPlace Associates Enterprises is a not for profit organization that, since 1994, helps to create taxpaying workers. We work with people with disabilities to help them find, get and keep work.

Major League of Monster Trucks - Information & Enter to Win Tickets

Kentucky Speedway will shake with the thunder of high-horsepower Monster Trucks Saturday, Oct. 13 when the Major League of Monster Trucks (MLMT) makes its first visit to the motorsports facility for a one-night-only event.

Cincinnati Matters - September 1, 2007

September 1, 2007 - Mayor's Young Professional Kitchen Cabinet: Attracting and keeping young professionals in the City.

Cincinnati Matters - August 18, 2007

August 18, 2007- Stop Aids:  Aids Volunteers of Cincinnati has changed it name to "Stop Aids".

Cincinnati Matters - August 11, 2007

August 11, 2007- National Immunizations Month: Discussed the need for immunizations and how to know what vaccines children should receive.

Cincinnati Matters - August 4, 2007

August 4, 2007- Back to School and Summer Safety: Children's Hospital Medical Center.

Cincinnati Matters - July 28, 2007

July 28, 2007 - Winton Woods High School Choral:  Choir invited to 2008 Olympics.

Cincinnati Matters - July 21, 2007

July 21, 2007 - Domestic Violence: Women Helping Women

Cincinnati Matters - July 21, 2007

July 21, 2007 - Rape Crisis: Services available to sexual assault victims.

Cincinnati Matters - July 7, 2007

July 7, 2007 - Beads of Hope: Jewelry made by South African women infected with HIV.

Cincinnati Matters - June 23, 2007

June 23, 2007 - Autism Awareness: Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati

Cincinnati Matters - June 16, 2007

June 16, 2007 - American Cancer Society: Skin Cancer Awareness

Cincinnati Matters - June 9, 2007

June 9, 2007 - Light House Real Dad Program: Fatherhood initiative

Cincinnati Matters - June 2, 2007

June 2, 2007 - Children's Hospital Medical Center: Change the Outcome campaign.

Cincinnati Matters - May 19, 2007

May 19, 2007:  Mental Health Awareness Month.  Staff and clients of Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Services discuss what local agencies are doing.

Cincinnati Children's..."Change the Outcome" Special

"Change the Outcome" watch the special via video streaming.

Cincinnati Matters - May 12, 2007

May 12, 2007:  Every Child Succeeds: Local agency which helps at-risk women become better mothers.

Please Send Us Your Thoughts or Contributions For FOX19's Time Capsule

The goal is to create the ultimate FOX19 fan site, so if you have materials you would like to share, please send us an email to FOX19 Time Capsule.

FOX19 Time Capsule 1968-1971

July 31st, 1968.  Cincinnati is introduced to the first Independent TV station on the UHF dial.  WXIX-TV.  Housed within this section of the time capsule are the OLDEST documents from the very early days of FOX19.

FOX19 Time Capsule

Take a step back in time and relive your favorite FOX19 memories.  FOX19 signed on the air in August of 1968 and nearly 40 years later, our archives are stuffed with materials.  So, we're opening the time capsule for all to see.

El Dia de los Ninos - Children's Day/Book Day

El Dia de los Ninos/El Dia de los Libros or "Children's Book Day" is an exciting bilingual literacy fiesta presented in partnership with public library systems in Butler, Hamilton& Clermont counties (Ohio), and Kenton, Campbell & Boone counties (Northern Kentucky).

Cincinnati Matters - April 21, 2007

April 21, 2007 - Kidney Donor Foundation: Minority Health Awareness Month

Cincinnati Matters - April 14, 2007

April 14, 2007 - National Volunteer Week:  Getting involved in your local community.

Cincinnati Matters - April 7, 2007

April 7, 2007 - Child Abuse Awareness Month: How to recognize and prevent child abuse.

February Events at the Freedom Center

February Events at the Freedom Center

Cincinnati Matters - February 24, 2007

February 24, 2007:  LifeCenter - Discuss organ donation in Ohio.

Cincinnati Matters - February 17, 2007

February 17, 2007:  Adventures for Wish Kids - Local chapter helps area children with life threatening illnesses.