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Police investigate alleged aggravated robbery, search for two men

CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Cincinnati Police Department says it is investigating an aggravated robbery involving two men. According to police, the robbery occurred on April 2. The victim says that she met with the two men on Reading Road because she was interested in purchasing an iPhone 13 that was advertised on Facebook Marketplace.
Fox 19

2 hospitalized when vehicle crashes into Wyoming home, police say

WYOMING, Ohio (WXIX) - Wyoming police and fire crews were called to the scene of a crash around 7:45 a.m. after a vehicle ran off Springfield Pike (Ohio 4) at Pendery Avenue and crashed into a home Thursday morning. Wyoming Police Chief Brooke Brady says that based on witness statements,...

Kroger opens new fast delivery fulfillment facility

The Kroger Co. continues supplementing its network of automated fulfillment centers with smaller “spoke” locations. America’s largest grocer is adding a spoke facility in Lockbourne, Ohio to extend its fast online delivery capability in Central Ohio, including Columbus. The 61,000-sq.-ft. facility will collaborate with an existing high-tech customer fulfillment center (CFC) hub in Monroe, Ohio to fulfill online orders of fresh food.
Cincinnati CityBeat

Roy Rogers Fast Food Chain to Open in Cleves, and More Cincinnati Restaurant News You May Have Missed This Month

Cincinnati got some great new dining options this May, from an East Walnut Hills coffee shop and wine bar that serves up ‘American tapas’ to a new cafe and market Downtown and a vintage-gas-station-inspired burger spot. While we did say goodbye to a couple of beloved Queen City eateries, Cincinnati's culinary scene also experienced some wins throughout the month. The Queen City is set to get a Roy Roger’s location soon, plus, a local brewery released the world’s most expensive beer.

31 Local and Fun Indoor Activities

We all need options when looking for things to do! Check out our roundup of local and fun indoor activities so you can all stay cool and dry no matter the weather!. 1. Take illuminating pics at the American Sign Museum!. | 1330 Monmouth St., Cincinnati | 513-541-6366. 2....

Tuba Baking Company holds grand opening at new space in Kentucky

DAYTON, Ky. (WKRC) - A local business with a German flair gets ready to open its new location. Tuba Baking Company holds a grand opening at its new space on Sixth Street in Dayton, Kentucky on June 18. The company moved from a location in Covington which operated as a...

Hotel Covington hosts first Rosé Soirée for wine-lovers

COVINGTON, Ky. (WKRC) - It is rosé season and a local hotel wants you to celebrate with them. On Thursday night, guests are invited to Hotel Covington’s first Rosé Soirée. Tickets are $75. The event will offer a bottomless tasting of old-world rosés. Guests can...

Multi-Brand Operator Bringing Roy Rogers To Cincinnati Area

Gary Holland’s One Holland Corporation is adding another brand to its growing portfolio thanks to a new 10-unit deal with Roy Rogers Restaurants. The first location is set to open later this year in Cleves, Ohio, just outside Cincinnati. “Cleves is the perfect place for our first Roy Rogers...

Moeller Brew Barn to fill former Rivertown building in Monroe

Brewery expects to open later this year, offer variety of beers, menu items. A Monroe brewery that closed earlier this year is being brought back to life by another Ohio brewery. Moeller Brew Barn announced plans Wednesday afternoon to expand and add an additional taproom and brewery in the former...

A Milford woman charged 20 times on a single purchase in Meijer

Complaints from Meijer customers came up time and time again after making one purchase from Cincinnati to Michigan. “It was $139.48, about every five minutes, we were getting a notification, for an hour straight,” said Taylor Graham, who had made a single. I called your bank, but the charges persisted. About 10 working days, there’s nothing they can do about it,” Graham said. Frustrated,” said Joe Richard who had a single charge of over $100.00, hit his account twice. “If someone is living on paycheck to paycheck and has little money, it will probably cause a lot of bills to be returned due to insufficient Money.” Headquarters is located. Meijer tweeted a message to customers saying: “Over the weekend, we had challenges processing some transactions at checkout. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience. “We are working with financial institutions to solve these problems,” Graham said. Graham said she was told that the charges, which were pending, would be dropped from her account before she was charged. they did not. All 20 counts were carried out and things got worse. “As of this morning we have a new fee, the same amount. Graham said she was confident she would get her money back, but the math and her patience are running out until that happens.

WORTH THE DRIVE: Shark Summer returns to Newport Aquarium

The sharks are the highlight again this summer at Newport Aquarium just over the Ohio River in Kentucky. The aquarium announced Shark Summer returns Friday, and visitors will be able to celebrate the “often misunderstood” animal, officials said. “Visitors are challenged to face their fears and get up-close...

Cincinnati Zoo asking for name suggestions for cheetah cub

CINCINNATI — There's a new adorable resident at the Cincinnati Zoo and they're asking for help naming her. The zoo welcomed a new 4-week-old cheetah ambassador from the Wildlife Safari in Oregon. The zoo posted a video of the cub on Tuesday asking for any good name suggestions. This...