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County blames health care provider for jail inmate’s injuries
 The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office has filed a complaint against the company it uses for health care at the jail, alleging it didn’t provide proper medical care to a homeless veteran who received injuries at the jail that left him wheelchair-bound. The complaint was filed as part of former inmate Joseph Guglielmo’s federal...

9:37 PM Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office has filed a complaint against the company it uses for health care at the jail, alleging it didn’t provide proper medical care to a homeless veteran who received injuries at the jail that left him wheelchair-bound. The complaint was filed as part of former inmate Joseph Guglielmo’s federal...
Xenia medical pot ban won’t block Central State lab, city says
 Xenia officials say they don’t believe that city’s ban on medical marijuana businesses conflicts with Central State University’s hopes to both annex into the city and become a state-licensed cannabis testing lab. “While the current city of Xenia code cites a prohibition of cultivating, processing and dispensing of...

4:45 PM Friday, Oct. 13, 2017

Xenia officials say they don’t believe that city’s ban on medical marijuana businesses conflicts with Central State University’s hopes to both annex into the city and become a state-licensed cannabis testing lab. “While the current city of Xenia code cites a prohibition of cultivating, processing and dispensing of...
Applicant says he withdrew plan for local grow site for medical pot
 UPDATE Oct. 16, 2017: The applicant for Farm Zero LLC says he has withdrawn his application with the state of Ohio for a license to cultivate medical marijuana on a property on the border of Clayton and Englewood. Joseph Cuesta said in a phone interview that he lost a couple of investors in the venture and was concerned he couldn’t...

2:34 PM Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017

UPDATE Oct. 16, 2017: The applicant for Farm Zero LLC says he has withdrawn his application with the state of Ohio for a license to cultivate medical marijuana on a property on the border of Clayton and Englewood. Joseph Cuesta said in a phone interview that he lost a couple of investors in the venture and was concerned he couldn’t...
Siebenthaler property among proposed medical pot growing sites
 Siebenthaler’s has optioned 10 acres at its Beavercreek garden center to a company bidding to secure a license to grow medical marijuana. State records list the address of 2074 Beaver Valley Road, located in Beavercreek Twp., on one of 185 potential sites for a state license to grow medical marijuana. Siebenthaler’s Beavercreek...

6:21 PM Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017

Siebenthaler’s has optioned 10 acres at its Beavercreek garden center to a company bidding to secure a license to grow medical marijuana. State records list the address of 2074 Beaver Valley Road, located in Beavercreek Twp., on one of 185 potential sites for a state license to grow medical marijuana. Siebenthaler’s Beavercreek...
Local nursing home could cost HUD $1.6M, audit says
 The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development could be out nearly $1.6 million after an area nursing home mismanaged funds from a federal program under which HUD insured the home’s mortgage, according to a recent federal audit. The audit by the HUD Office of Inspector General reviewed the books of Mary Scott Nursing Center in...

5:10 PM Thursday, Oct. 05, 2017

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development could be out nearly $1.6 million after an area nursing home mismanaged funds from a federal program under which HUD insured the home’s mortgage, according to a recent federal audit. The audit by the HUD Office of Inspector General reviewed the books of Mary Scott Nursing Center in...
Should bump stocks, trigger cranks be illegal in Ohio, U.S.?
 Among the 23 guns found along with Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock’s body in his hotel room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, some were semi-automatic rifles modified to fire almost as fast as an automatic weapon using an accessory called a bump stock. The rate of fire with which Paddock rained down terror on country music...

2:19 PM Thursday, Oct. 05, 2017

Among the 23 guns found along with Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock’s body in his hotel room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, some were semi-automatic rifles modified to fire almost as fast as an automatic weapon using an accessory called a bump stock. The rate of fire with which Paddock rained down terror on country music...
Scrutiny focused on device used to make weapons fire more rapidly
 Among the 23 guns found along with Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock’s body in his hotel room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, some were semi-automatic rifles modified to fire almost as fast as an automatic weapon using an accessory called a bump stock. The rate of fire with which Paddock rained down terror on country music...

1:00 PM Thursday, Oct. 05, 2017

Among the 23 guns found along with Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock’s body in his hotel room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, some were semi-automatic rifles modified to fire almost as fast as an automatic weapon using an accessory called a bump stock. The rate of fire with which Paddock rained down terror on country music...
Machine guns, rapid fire semi-automatics legal in Nevada, Ohio
 Firearms experts say the rate of fire Stephen Paddock used in Sunday’s slaughter in Las Vegas suggests at least one weapon had rapid-fire capabilities. And while machine guns are heavily regulated by state and federal law, there are several methods to modify semi-automatic weapons to fire at a nearly automatic rate that are perfectly...

3:40 PM Tuesday, Oct. 03, 2017

Firearms experts say the rate of fire Stephen Paddock used in Sunday’s slaughter in Las Vegas suggests at least one weapon had rapid-fire capabilities. And while machine guns are heavily regulated by state and federal law, there are several methods to modify semi-automatic weapons to fire at a nearly automatic rate that are perfectly...
Machine guns, rapid fire semi-automatics legal in Nevada, Ohio
 Firearms experts say the rate of fire Stephen Paddock used in Sunday’s slaughter in Las Vegas  suggests at least one weapon had rapid-fire capabilities.  And while machine guns are heavily regulated by state and federal law, there are several methods to modify semi-automatic weapons to fire at a nearly automatic...

2:46 PM Tuesday, Oct. 03, 2017

Firearms experts say the rate of fire Stephen Paddock used in Sunday’s slaughter in Las Vegas  suggests at least one weapon had rapid-fire capabilities.  And while machine guns are heavily regulated by state and federal law, there are several methods to modify semi-automatic weapons to fire at a nearly automatic...
Neither side happy with Miami U’s handling of alleged rape
 Miami University is under investigation by the U.S. Department of Education for how it handled an accusation of rape by one student against another. The investigation is looking into a University process that took nine months to review the student’s sexual assault claim when such reviews are supposed to take about 60 days. Also, the...

10:01 AM Thursday, Sep. 28, 2017

Miami University is under investigation by the U.S. Department of Education for how it handled an accusation of rape by one student against another. The investigation is looking into a University process that took nine months to review the student’s sexual assault claim when such reviews are supposed to take about 60 days. Also, the...
Miami U’s handling of rape case under scrutiny
 Miami University is under investigation by the U.S. Department of Education for how it handled an accusation of rape by one student against another. The investigation is looking into a University process that took nine months to review the student’s sexual assault claim when such reviews are supposed to take about 60 days. Also, the...

10:00 AM Thursday, Sep. 28, 2017

Miami University is under investigation by the U.S. Department of Education for how it handled an accusation of rape by one student against another. The investigation is looking into a University process that took nine months to review the student’s sexual assault claim when such reviews are supposed to take about 60 days. Also, the...
Area officer-involved shootings since NFL protest began
 Since former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick first kneeled during the National Anthem in August 2016, the national conversation has strayed beyond the original protest topic, which was the shootings of black people by police. But given the original reason for the protest, the I-Team decided to examine what officer-involved...

6:44 PM Wednesday, Sep. 27, 2017

Since former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick first kneeled during the National Anthem in August 2016, the national conversation has strayed beyond the original protest topic, which was the shootings of black people by police. But given the original reason for the protest, the I-Team decided to examine what officer-involved...
Ohio court sides with WSU in administrator firing
 An Ohio court ruled on behalf of Wright State University in a lawsuit filed by a former administrator alleging the school improperly terminated him in 2015 amid a federal investigation into possible violations of U.S. immigration law. Ohio Court of Claims Magistrate Holly Shaver issued a decision Sept. 19 that former senior advisor to the...

1:50 PM Tuesday, Sep. 26, 2017

An Ohio court ruled on behalf of Wright State University in a lawsuit filed by a former administrator alleging the school improperly terminated him in 2015 amid a federal investigation into possible violations of U.S. immigration law. Ohio Court of Claims Magistrate Holly Shaver issued a decision Sept. 19 that former senior advisor to the...
WSU firing long-suspended provost; researcher resigns
 Wright State University’s leaders have taken steps to fire former provost Sundaram Narayanan, who has been on paid suspension for more than two years during a federal investigation of possible violation of immigration laws, according to records obtained by the I-Team. University researcher Phani Kidambi who was also suspended since...

12:53 AM Tuesday, Sep. 26, 2017

Wright State University’s leaders have taken steps to fire former provost Sundaram Narayanan, who has been on paid suspension for more than two years during a federal investigation of possible violation of immigration laws, according to records obtained by the I-Team. University researcher Phani Kidambi who was also suspended since...
Violence surges at Dayton’s female prison, report says
 Inmate violence has surged in recent years at Dayton’s all-female prison, according to state inspection reports obtained by the Dayton Daily News. There were 75 inmate-on-inmate assaults last year at Dayton Correctional Institution, compared to 40 in 2015 and 14 in 2014. Inmate-on-staff assaults likewise grew. There were 27 last year...

1:37 PM Monday, Sep. 25, 2017

Inmate violence has surged in recent years at Dayton’s all-female prison, according to state inspection reports obtained by the Dayton Daily News. There were 75 inmate-on-inmate assaults last year at Dayton Correctional Institution, compared to 40 in 2015 and 14 in 2014. Inmate-on-staff assaults likewise grew. There were 27 last year...
Violence surges at Dayton’s female prison, report says
 Inmate violence has surged in recent years at Dayton’s all-female prison, according to state inspection reports obtained by the Dayton Daily News. There were 75 inmate-on-inmate assaults last year at Dayton Correctional Institution, compared to 40 in 2015 and 14 in 2014. Inmate-on-staff assaults likewise grew. There were 27 last year...

12:50 AM Monday, Sep. 25, 2017

Inmate violence has surged in recent years at Dayton’s all-female prison, according to state inspection reports obtained by the Dayton Daily News. There were 75 inmate-on-inmate assaults last year at Dayton Correctional Institution, compared to 40 in 2015 and 14 in 2014. Inmate-on-staff assaults likewise grew. There were 27 last year...
The I-Team asks: Are firefighters getting paid to sleep?
 As several area cities update their fire stations, some proudly tout improved spaces for their firefighters to sleep at the station. Trenton Fire Chief Darrell Yater said in an interview this week that a new $2.5 million fire station there will feature actual beds instead of break room recliners and couches. The city of Kettering’s...

4:01 PM Thursday, Sep. 21, 2017

As several area cities update their fire stations, some proudly tout improved spaces for their firefighters to sleep at the station. Trenton Fire Chief Darrell Yater said in an interview this week that a new $2.5 million fire station there will feature actual beds instead of break room recliners and couches. The city of Kettering’s...
Ex-Dayton Children’s doctor sex crimes trial date set
 The sex assault case of a former Dayton Children’s doctor will head to trial in 2018, according to court records. Arun Aggarwal, 40, faces four counts of gross sexual imposition for allegedly touching two female teenage patients’ breasts. He pleaded not guilty to the charges. His trial date is set for Jan. 22 after a final pre-trial...

1:37 PM Thursday, Sep. 21, 2017

The sex assault case of a former Dayton Children’s doctor will head to trial in 2018, according to court records. Arun Aggarwal, 40, faces four counts of gross sexual imposition for allegedly touching two female teenage patients’ breasts. He pleaded not guilty to the charges. His trial date is set for Jan. 22 after a final pre-trial...
State prison inspection agency in ‘limbo,’ not posting findings online
 The Ohio agency responsible for inspecting Ohio’s prisons and identifying wasteful practices and prisoner mistreatment is still without a director and hasn’t posted a report in more than a year. Correctional Institution Inspection Committee officials say they are still inspecting state prisons — Dayton Correctional Institution...

6:00 PM Thursday, Sep. 14, 2017

The Ohio agency responsible for inspecting Ohio’s prisons and identifying wasteful practices and prisoner mistreatment is still without a director and hasn’t posted a report in more than a year. Correctional Institution Inspection Committee officials say they are still inspecting state prisons — Dayton Correctional Institution...
Ohio college confident feds won’t block pot testing lab
 A spokesman for Hocking College in Athens County says school officials are optimistic the federal government won’t intervene in the Ohio school’s plans to host the the state’s first medical marijuana testing laboratory. “It seems in our estimation that the current administration is very much concerned about states...

4:39 PM Thursday, Sep. 07, 2017

A spokesman for Hocking College in Athens County says school officials are optimistic the federal government won’t intervene in the Ohio school’s plans to host the the state’s first medical marijuana testing laboratory. “It seems in our estimation that the current administration is very much concerned about states...
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