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Reporter: 7 things I learned hanging out with Dayton panhandlers
 We see them every day, silently posted at numerous intersections around town holding cardboard signs pleading for help. Dayton city and Montgomery County officials say people shouldn’t give cash to panhandlers. They say the money would be better spent given to a social service agency that can provide lasting help to these individuals...

Posted: 24 days ago

We see them every day, silently posted at numerous intersections around town holding cardboard signs pleading for help. Dayton city and Montgomery County officials say people shouldn’t give cash to panhandlers. They say the money would be better spent given to a social service agency that can provide lasting help to these individuals...
Pike County Sheriff issues alert about criminal gang, heroin
 Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader issued a warning Monday to residents regarding “gang members” coming to the area and “‘taking out’ believed snitches.” The unusual message — posted on Facebook and confirmed as authentic by dispatchers — did not reference the April 22, 2016, murders of eight...

Posted: 25 days ago

Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader issued a warning Monday to residents regarding “gang members” coming to the area and “‘taking out’ believed snitches.” The unusual message — posted on Facebook and confirmed as authentic by dispatchers — did not reference the April 22, 2016, murders of eight...
Beggars brace as city says ‘it’s OK to say no’ to them
 The best way to help panhandlers change is to quit giving them change, Dayton and Montgomery County officials say. But people like the husband and wife who sat Thursday on the island at the intersection of Keowee Street and Wayne Avenue, near U.S. 35, say they need whatever they can get. “Homeless. Anything will help. God bless everyone...

Posted: 27 days ago

The best way to help panhandlers change is to quit giving them change, Dayton and Montgomery County officials say. But people like the husband and wife who sat Thursday on the island at the intersection of Keowee Street and Wayne Avenue, near U.S. 35, say they need whatever they can get. “Homeless. Anything will help. God bless everyone...
Where are panhandlers the biggest problem in Dayton? We have a map
 People have called police more than 200 times to complain about nuisance panhandlers at two Dayton intersections. These calls resulted in only 10 arrests, citations or any report being filed. Since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 2015 that holding a sign asking for money is free speech (so the city can’t require panhandlers to register)...

Posted: 28 days ago

People have called police more than 200 times to complain about nuisance panhandlers at two Dayton intersections. These calls resulted in only 10 arrests, citations or any report being filed. Since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 2015 that holding a sign asking for money is free speech (so the city can’t require panhandlers to register)...
Riverside’s highest paid employees: I-Team Payroll Project
 The city of Riverside paid three employees more than $90,000 last year, according to the I-Team Payroll Project searchable database of public employees. The highest-paid worker in 2016 was a police sergeant whose pay included $9,485 in overtime pay, as opposed to 2015 when city manager Bryan Chodkowski whose 2016 gross pay of $104,601...

12:00 AM Thursday, Jun. 22, 2017

The city of Riverside paid three employees more than $90,000 last year, according to the I-Team Payroll Project searchable database of public employees. The highest-paid worker in 2016 was a police sergeant whose pay included $9,485 in overtime pay, as opposed to 2015 when city manager Bryan Chodkowski whose 2016 gross pay of $104,601...
Who are the Wagners? Pike County murders investigators want to know
 Edward “Jake” Wagner — the 24-year-old who fathered a daughter with Hannah Rhoden and is one of four people investigators want more information about after the murders of Rhoden and seven others in Pike County — had nothing to do with the April 22, 2016, massacre, his grandmother said. Investigators searched the family&rsquo...

12:15 AM Wednesday, Jun. 21, 2017

Edward “Jake” Wagner — the 24-year-old who fathered a daughter with Hannah Rhoden and is one of four people investigators want more information about after the murders of Rhoden and seven others in Pike County — had nothing to do with the April 22, 2016, massacre, his grandmother said. Investigators searched the family&rsquo...
Alaska, Ohio police ‘inundated’ with Pike County murders tips
 Ohio law enforcement investigating the Pike County murders have received a “significant” number of tips from Alaska after a request for information about four people believed to be living there. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced Monday investigators are looking for information about George “Billy” Wagner...

9:29 PM Tuesday, Jun. 20, 2017

Ohio law enforcement investigating the Pike County murders have received a “significant” number of tips from Alaska after a request for information about four people believed to be living there. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced Monday investigators are looking for information about George “Billy” Wagner...
3 recent developments in Pike County murders case
 Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader sent out a plea Monday for any information  on four family members including Edward “Jake” Wagner, a former long-time boyfriend of Hanna Rhoden, one of the eight victims of the April 22, 2016 Pike County mass slaying.  Investigators are “interested...

5:16 PM Tuesday, Jun. 20, 2017

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader sent out a plea Monday for any information on four family members including Edward “Jake” Wagner, a former long-time boyfriend of Hanna Rhoden, one of the eight victims of the April 22, 2016 Pike County mass slaying.  Investigators are “interested...
Pike County murders: Alaska pastor says Ohio family of interest attended church Sunday
 The Ohio family investigators want more information about in eight Pike County murders attended church Sunday in southern Alaska, a pastor and family friend told the Dayton Daily News.  Ohio investigators want to learn more about four people in the Wagner family as part of the Pike County murders investigation from 2016, Ohio Attorney...

6:47 PM Monday, Jun. 19, 2017

The Ohio family investigators want more information about in eight Pike County murders attended church Sunday in southern Alaska, a pastor and family friend told the Dayton Daily News.  Ohio investigators want to learn more about four people in the Wagner family as part of the Pike County murders investigation from 2016, Ohio Attorney...
Ohio county admits people got tax break they didn't deserve
 A Florida-based company that owns an office park in Miami Twp. is eligible for more than $8,000 a year in tax credits meant for owner-occupied homes. A Kettering company that purchases distressed real estate gets the owner-occupied tax credit on 65 properties, including on its offices on South Dixie Drive. A Pennsylvania-based company that...

10:00 AM Monday, Jun. 19, 2017

A Florida-based company that owns an office park in Miami Twp. is eligible for more than $8,000 a year in tax credits meant for owner-occupied homes. A Kettering company that purchases distressed real estate gets the owner-occupied tax credit on 65 properties, including on its offices on South Dixie Drive. A Pennsylvania-based company that...
Businesses get thousands of dollars in tax breaks meant for residents
 An office park in Miami Twp. owned by a company in Florida is listed in Montgomery County property tax records as eligible for more than $8,000 a year in tax credits meant for owner-occupied homes. The nationwide property management company, AZZAPN LLC, based in Miami Beach, purchased the properties in 2012, according to tax records. Octagon...

12:00 AM Thursday, Jun. 15, 2017

An office park in Miami Twp. owned by a company in Florida is listed in Montgomery County property tax records as eligible for more than $8,000 a year in tax credits meant for owner-occupied homes. The nationwide property management company, AZZAPN LLC, based in Miami Beach, purchased the properties in 2012, according to tax records. Octagon...
Overturned convictions could cost Ohio more under budget proposal
 A provision tucked into Ohio’s currently drafted state budget bill would greatly expand who is eligible for state compensation because they were wrongfully imprisoned. Critics worry about the unknown cost and say it could be a lucky break for criminals who get off on procedural grounds. But supporters say the state has a debt to those...

11:00 AM Thursday, Jun. 15, 2017

A provision tucked into Ohio’s currently drafted state budget bill would greatly expand who is eligible for state compensation because they were wrongfully imprisoned. Critics worry about the unknown cost and say it could be a lucky break for criminals who get off on procedural grounds. But supporters say the state has a debt to those...
County auditor to review questionable tax breaks found by I-Team
 Montgomery County Auditor Karl Keith has pledged a “comprehensive review” of the owner-occupancy tax credit program after an I-Team investigation found thousands of rental and business properties getting a tax break meant for people who own and occupy their homes. The I-Team’s analysis identified thousands of properties...

10:00 AM Wednesday, Jun. 14, 2017

Montgomery County Auditor Karl Keith has pledged a “comprehensive review” of the owner-occupancy tax credit program after an I-Team investigation found thousands of rental and business properties getting a tax break meant for people who own and occupy their homes. The I-Team’s analysis identified thousands of properties...
Thousands of area rental properties get tax break meant for homeowners
 A tax break meant for people who own and occupy their own home is applied to thousands of properties across Montgomery County that are registered as rentals, as well as numerous others owned by businesses. This is according to an I-Team analysis of Montgomery County tax records. For most homeowners, the tax credit comes out to less than $100...

1:13 PM Tuesday, Jun. 13, 2017

A tax break meant for people who own and occupy their own home is applied to thousands of properties across Montgomery County that are registered as rentals, as well as numerous others owned by businesses. This is according to an I-Team analysis of Montgomery County tax records. For most homeowners, the tax credit comes out to less than $100...
Miamisburg’s highest paid employees: I-Team Payroll Project
 The city of Miamisburg paid seven employees more than $100,000 last year, according to the I-Team Payroll Project searchable database of public employees. Among the city’s highest paid employees was Dody Bruck, who retired in August and was replaced by Tom Thompson, formerly a captain in the city’s police department. An ...

12:00 AM Tuesday, Jun. 13, 2017

The city of Miamisburg paid seven employees more than $100,000 last year, according to the I-Team Payroll Project searchable database of public employees. Among the city’s highest paid employees was Dody Bruck, who retired in August and was replaced by Tom Thompson, formerly a captain in the city’s police department. An ...
Moraine’s highest paid employees: I-Team Payroll Project
 The city of Moraine paid 18 employees more than $100,000 last year, according to the I-Team Payroll Project searchable database of public employees. Moraine’s highest-paid worker was Anthony Trick, former fire chief who retired in February 2016 after decades of service with the city. His $189,679 gross pay was mostly accrued sick...

2:25 PM Monday, Jun. 12, 2017

The city of Moraine paid 18 employees more than $100,000 last year, according to the I-Team Payroll Project searchable database of public employees. Moraine’s highest-paid worker was Anthony Trick, former fire chief who retired in February 2016 after decades of service with the city. His $189,679 gross pay was mostly accrued sick...
State to pay $111K to man Clark County judge refused to release
 A man once called a “major supplier” of cocaine to the Springfield community has secured a $111,846 settlement from the state of Ohio because a judge didn’t release him from prison after his conviction was overturned. The Ohio Controlling Board is scheduled to vote Monday to release the money to Frank Davis, who was convicted...

2:00 PM Saturday, Jun. 10, 2017

A man once called a “major supplier” of cocaine to the Springfield community has secured a $111,846 settlement from the state of Ohio because a judge didn’t release him from prison after his conviction was overturned. The Ohio Controlling Board is scheduled to vote Monday to release the money to Frank Davis, who was convicted...
Ohio Inspector General investigating Wright State for H-1B visa issues
 The Ohio Inspector General’s office is investigating Wright State University for matters related to H-1B visa fraud that may have occurred at the school, according to the WSU board of trustees agenda for today. RELATED: WSU budget proposal calls for $30.8 million in cuts The board will respond to an inquiry from the Ohio Inspector General...

1:58 PM Thursday, Jun. 08, 2017

The Ohio Inspector General’s office is investigating Wright State University for matters related to H-1B visa fraud that may have occurred at the school, according to the WSU board of trustees agenda for today. RELATED: WSU budget proposal calls for $30.8 million in cuts The board will respond to an inquiry from the Ohio Inspector General...
Union’s highest paid employees: I-Team Payroll Project
 The city of Union paid 15 employees more than $50,000 last year, according to the I-Team Payroll Project searchable database of public employees. Only one employee — city manager John Applegate — brought in six figures. Other top earners were department directors. Local governments make payroll with your money, which is why ...

12:00 AM Thursday, Jun. 08, 2017

The city of Union paid 15 employees more than $50,000 last year, according to the I-Team Payroll Project searchable database of public employees. Only one employee — city manager John Applegate — brought in six figures. Other top earners were department directors. Local governments make payroll with your money, which is why ...
Wright State trustees set to make $30M in cuts today
 A full copy of Wright State University’s budget proposal released today shows the university will cut more than $30.8 million, or 15 percent of its expenditures in fiscal year 2018. The full budget plan calls for a reduction of 189 employees, slightly more than the 178 proposed last month. The workforce reduction will save the university...

4:01 AM Thursday, Jun. 08, 2017

A full copy of Wright State University’s budget proposal released today shows the university will cut more than $30.8 million, or 15 percent of its expenditures in fiscal year 2018. The full budget plan calls for a reduction of 189 employees, slightly more than the 178 proposed last month. The workforce reduction will save the university...
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