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Board revokes license of doctor accused of touching two teens’ breasts
 The State Medical Board of Ohio voted Wednesday to permanently revoke the license of Dr. Arun Aggarwal, a former physician at Dayton Children’s Hospital accused of improperly touching the breasts of two female patients. The board also criticized the response of officials at the hospital, where Aggarwal practiced as a pediatric gastroenterologist...

Posted: 11 days ago

The State Medical Board of Ohio voted Wednesday to permanently revoke the license of Dr. Arun Aggarwal, a former physician at Dayton Children’s Hospital accused of improperly touching the breasts of two female patients. The board also criticized the response of officials at the hospital, where Aggarwal practiced as a pediatric gastroenterologist...
Beavercreek nearly doubles number of employees making $100K
 The number of city of Beavercreek employees who made more than $100,000 nearly doubled from 2015 to 2016, according to the I-Team Payroll Project searchable database of public employee salaries. City officials say part of the reason for this is a calendar fluke: the city had 27 pay periods last year, as opposed to 26 most years. It&rsquo...

Posted: 12 days ago

The number of city of Beavercreek employees who made more than $100,000 nearly doubled from 2015 to 2016, according to the I-Team Payroll Project searchable database of public employee salaries. City officials say part of the reason for this is a calendar fluke: the city had 27 pay periods last year, as opposed to 26 most years. It&rsquo...
Vote expected on license for doctor accused of touching teens’ breasts
 The State Medical Board of Ohio is scheduled to vote Wednesday on whether to take action against the license of a doctor at Dayton Children’s Hospital accused of improperly touching the breasts of two teenage patients. A medical board hearing examiner in March concluded that pediatric gastroenterologist Dr. Arun Aggarwal “engaged...

Posted: 12 days ago

The State Medical Board of Ohio is scheduled to vote Wednesday on whether to take action against the license of a doctor at Dayton Children’s Hospital accused of improperly touching the breasts of two teenage patients. A medical board hearing examiner in March concluded that pediatric gastroenterologist Dr. Arun Aggarwal “engaged...
Englewood releases body camera in officer-involved fatal shooting
 Englewood police released body camera video Monday of the Feb. 5 tussle between Officer Tim Corcoran and Shelly Porter that led Corcoran to fatally shoot Porter in the parking lot of the vacant Englewood Inn. Footage shows Porter, 41, initially responding to commands to get on the ground, then after demanding to know why he was being detained...

Posted: 12 days ago

Englewood police released body camera video Monday of the Feb. 5 tussle between Officer Tim Corcoran and Shelly Porter that led Corcoran to fatally shoot Porter in the parking lot of the vacant Englewood Inn. Footage shows Porter, 41, initially responding to commands to get on the ground, then after demanding to know why he was being detained...
I-Team Payroll Project: Miami University’s highest paid employees
 As Miami University’s overall fiscal health remains stable, pay for its top administrators is rising, according to an I-Team analysis of payroll data for the public university. Miami’s highest paid employee last year was football coach Charles Martin, whose $529,401 pay last year was $62,800 higher than he received in 2015. The...

Posted: 13 days ago

As Miami University’s overall fiscal health remains stable, pay for its top administrators is rising, according to an I-Team analysis of payroll data for the public university. Miami’s highest paid employee last year was football coach Charles Martin, whose $529,401 pay last year was $62,800 higher than he received in 2015. The...
Former Cincinnati VA official indicted
 Former Cincinnati VA Medical Center chief of staff Barbara Temeck was indicted this month on charges that she improperly dispensed controlled substances. The charges filed in federal district court accuse Temeck of prescribing Valium and Hydrocodone in 2012 and 2013 in violation of federal code. RELATED: Top VA official in Ohio forced out...

Posted: 13 days ago

Former Cincinnati VA Medical Center chief of staff Barbara Temeck was indicted this month on charges that she improperly dispensed controlled substances. The charges filed in federal district court accuse Temeck of prescribing Valium and Hydrocodone in 2012 and 2013 in violation of federal code. RELATED: Top VA official in Ohio forced out...
I-Team Payroll Project: Miami County’s highest paid employees
 Three of Miami County’s five highest paid employees last year worked in the county court system, according to the I-Team Payroll Project searchable database of public employee salaries. But the highest paid worker was Mark McDaniel, executive director of the Miami County Board of Recovery and Mental Health Services. Only four employees...

Posted: 15 days ago

Three of Miami County’s five highest paid employees last year worked in the county court system, according to the I-Team Payroll Project searchable database of public employee salaries. But the highest paid worker was Mark McDaniel, executive director of the Miami County Board of Recovery and Mental Health Services. Only four employees...
I-Team Payroll Project: Greene County’s highest paid employees
 Greene County’s highest paid employee last year cashed out $48,137 in unused sick and vacation leave, pay, an option available to few in the private sector. That county’s highest payout recipient last year was Deborah Capuano, a director of adult services at the Greene County Board of Developmental Disabilities. She retired after...

Posted: 17 days ago

Greene County’s highest paid employee last year cashed out $48,137 in unused sick and vacation leave, pay, an option available to few in the private sector. That county’s highest payout recipient last year was Deborah Capuano, a director of adult services at the Greene County Board of Developmental Disabilities. She retired after...
Mark Hamill, Trent Reznor back documentary about Dayton band
 Star Wars actor Mark Hamill and musician Trent Reznor are throwing their support behind a crowdfunding effort to create a documentary about the 1990s Dayton band “Brainiac.” “I NEED TO SEE THIS!,” Hamill posted to his verified account on Twitter. “These guys were great,” noted a Tweet from Reznor,...

Posted: 17 days ago

Star Wars actor Mark Hamill and musician Trent Reznor are throwing their support behind a crowdfunding effort to create a documentary about the 1990s Dayton band “Brainiac.” “I NEED TO SEE THIS!,” Hamill posted to his verified account on Twitter. “These guys were great,” noted a Tweet from Reznor,...
I-Team Payroll Project: Montgomery County’s highest paid employees
 Montgomery County’s highest paid employee last year more than doubled his pay by cashing out thousands of hours of unused sick and vacation pay, an option available to few in the private sector. Former Montgomery County Coroner’s Office pathologist Lee Lehman retired with 3,000 hours of sick leave and 600 hour of vacation in August...

Posted: 18 days ago

Montgomery County’s highest paid employee last year more than doubled his pay by cashing out thousands of hours of unused sick and vacation pay, an option available to few in the private sector. Former Montgomery County Coroner’s Office pathologist Lee Lehman retired with 3,000 hours of sick leave and 600 hour of vacation in August...
I-TEAM: State workers cash in on unused leave
 The state of Ohio and area counties spent tens of millions of dollars last year paying departing public workers for unused sick and vacation leave, an I-Team investigation found. More than 100 employees — most of them at the state level — pocketed more than $40,000 apiece for accumulated leave time that was cashed out when...

Posted: 18 days ago

The state of Ohio and area counties spent tens of millions of dollars last year paying departing public workers for unused sick and vacation leave, an I-Team investigation found. More than 100 employees — most of them at the state level — pocketed more than $40,000 apiece for accumulated leave time that was cashed out when...
Taxpayers on hook for $444M in unused state worker leave
 Ohio taxpayers are on the hook for more than $444 million owed to state employees for unused vacation and sick leave payouts, a benefit available to few in the private sector, an I-Team investigation found. Tens of millions more are owed to county, city and other government employees, some of whom are able to cash out five- or six-figure...

Posted: 18 days ago

Ohio taxpayers are on the hook for more than $444 million owed to state employees for unused vacation and sick leave payouts, a benefit available to few in the private sector, an I-Team investigation found. Tens of millions more are owed to county, city and other government employees, some of whom are able to cash out five- or six-figure...
Sheriff’s captain not indicted in jail pepper-spray incident
 DAYTON — A Montgomery County grand jury declined to bring felony assault charges against Sheriff’s Office Capt. Judith Sealey for pepper-spraying a restrained female inmate in the jail, the county prosecutor’s office announced Monday.  The grand jury’s decision does not prevent possible misdemeanor charges...

Posted: 20 days ago

DAYTON — A Montgomery County grand jury declined to bring felony assault charges against Sheriff’s Office Capt. Judith Sealey for pepper-spraying a restrained female inmate in the jail, the county prosecutor’s office announced Monday.  The grand jury’s decision does not prevent possible misdemeanor charges...
Kasich at local book signing: ‘I think the parties are collapsing’
 First in line to have Gov. John Kasich sign a copy of his book Saturday at Books & Co. at The Greene were John Zang and Clare Mahoney. Both said they are registered Democrats. Both said they could see themselves voting for the Republican governor and former presidential candidate. “I think he’s a conservative that actually makes...

Posted: 22 days ago

First in line to have Gov. John Kasich sign a copy of his book Saturday at Books & Co. at The Greene were John Zang and Clare Mahoney. Both said they are registered Democrats. Both said they could see themselves voting for the Republican governor and former presidential candidate. “I think he’s a conservative that actually makes...
House speaker: Wright State on right track for new beginning
 Ohio House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger told more than 2,100 graduating Wright State University students on Saturday that their shared alma mater has a bright future, despite recent controversies. Rosenberger’s speech at the Ervin J. Nutter Center touched on the usual commencement fare: quoting Dr. Seuss, Shakespeare and aiming to inspire...

Posted: 22 days ago

Ohio House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger told more than 2,100 graduating Wright State University students on Saturday that their shared alma mater has a bright future, despite recent controversies. Rosenberger’s speech at the Ervin J. Nutter Center touched on the usual commencement fare: quoting Dr. Seuss, Shakespeare and aiming to inspire...
Zika virus suspected in Clark County

Posted: 22 days ago

Area health officials took steps Saturday to prevent the spread of the Zika virus after a Clark County resident began showing symptoms. Clark County Health Commissioner Charlie Patterson said the unidentified person recently returned from a trip to a “Zika hot spot” and there is no evidence that the disease has been transmitted...
Clark Co. health officials confirm Zika virus
 The Clark County Combined Health District has confirmed that a Northridge man has Zika that he contracted after traveling to an area affected by the virus.  The man’s illness previously was a suspected case reported by his doctor. The health district continues to work with the physician and the patient to prevent transmission of...

Posted: 22 days ago

The Clark County Combined Health District has confirmed that a Northridge man has Zika that he contracted after traveling to an area affected by the virus.  The man’s illness previously was a suspected case reported by his doctor. The health district continues to work with the physician and the patient to prevent transmission of...
I-Team Payroll Project: Central State’s highest paid employees
 Part of Central State University’s strategy to climb out of fiscal watch included trimming its administrative staff and cutting payroll 20 percent without hurting academics. An I-Team analysis of CSU’s payroll found the total amount paid to the school’s 10 highest paid employees went down by $29,000 from 2015 to 2016. RELATED...

Posted: 24 days ago

Part of Central State University’s strategy to climb out of fiscal watch included trimming its administrative staff and cutting payroll 20 percent without hurting academics. An I-Team analysis of CSU’s payroll found the total amount paid to the school’s 10 highest paid employees went down by $29,000 from 2015 to 2016. RELATED...
Records reveal hospital debate over sexual misconduct allegations
 For months two managers at Dayton Children’s Hospital raised concerns that top administrators may be violating the hospital’s own policies and putting children at risk by not informing police about two allegations of sexual misconduct against a local doctor.  The decision not to report complaints that a doctor inappropriately...

Posted: 26 days ago

For months two managers at Dayton Children’s Hospital raised concerns that top administrators may be violating the hospital’s own policies and putting children at risk by not informing police about two allegations of sexual misconduct against a local doctor.  The decision not to report complaints that a doctor inappropriately...
Timeline: Records reveal hospital debate over sexual misconduct allegations
 For months two managers at Dayton Children’s Hospital raised concerns that top administrators may be violating the hospital’s own policies and putting children at risk by not informing police about two allegations of sexual misconduct against a local doctor. The decision not to report complaints that a doctor inappropriately touched...

Posted: 26 days ago

For months two managers at Dayton Children’s Hospital raised concerns that top administrators may be violating the hospital’s own policies and putting children at risk by not informing police about two allegations of sexual misconduct against a local doctor. The decision not to report complaints that a doctor inappropriately touched...
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