Up To $500K Expected For One As Dallas Company Auctions Prototype Of First US Dollar CoinsA Dallas-based auction house is putting a piece of American history on the block Friday, but you'll have to dig deep in your wallet for the piece of copper that was struck by the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia in 1794.
Kroger Grocery Stores Will No Longer Give Change In Coins Amid ShortageDon't expect to receive change in coins when you go to one grocery store. Kroger, a supermarket chain with hundreds of locations in Texas alone, has stopped giving customers coin change, citing the nationwide shortage.
Study: More Child ER Visits For Swallowed Toys, Coins & BatteriesThe number of young kids who went to U.S. emergency rooms because they swallowed toys, coins, batteries and other objects has more than doubled.
Your Money Is No Good Here! More Companies Going CashlessMany business owners would rather be cashless. Cash actually costs money — banks charge fees for cash deposits and to handle coins.
Suspects In Texas Arrested For $1,000,000 Theft Of Cash And CoinsOfficials with the Collin County Sheriff's Office have arrested two teenagers who they say stole more than $1,000,000 in cash and coins from a home.
Coin-Eating Sea Turtle Dies After Undergoing Second OperationA sea turtle nicknamed “Piggy Bank” after swallowing nearly 1,000 coins died Tuesday after undergoing two surgeries to remove the money from her stomach.
Surgeons Remove 915 Coins Swallowed By Sea TurtleTossing coins in a fountain for luck is a popular superstition, but a similar belief brought misery to a sea turtle in Thailand from whom doctors have removed 915 coins.
City Of Dallas Changes To New App For Parking Meter PayStarting today the City of Dallas is changing the way you pay to park. For almost 80 years drivers had to keep a pocket full of coins to "feed" the meter. Now, the mobile pay system, in place since 2013, is changing.
Coins On Ice!It’s not exactly a question that comes to the top of the mind, but one guy from Russia wanted to know, what happens to coins when you stick them into a block of dry ice?
19th Century Test Coins Sell For $505,440Thirty coins stamped by the U.S. Mint in the 19th century to test designs and metals have sold at auction for more than a half-million dollars.
NoncentsWhy would anyone cling to a one cent coin that now costs 2.4 cents to make? Is exact change that important?
Local Passengers Left More Than $17K At TSA CheckpointsHow many of you have forgotten to get your spare change out of the dish after going through airport security? Apparently, a lot!