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9 mistakes you may have noticed when you rewatched 'Gilmore Girls'
 It’s almost here. No, not Turkey Day or Black Friday, but the actual day we’ve all been waiting for – the Gilmore Girls return. Netflix will release its four-part series catching up with gang in Stars Hollow on Friday, Nov. 25. Copper Boom! If you’re a mega-fan like me, you’ve been re-watching the entire series...

11:00 AM Thursday, Nov. 24, 2016

It’s almost here. No, not Turkey Day or Black Friday, but the actual day we’ve all been waiting for – the Gilmore Girls return. Netflix will release its four-part series catching up with gang in Stars Hollow on Friday, Nov. 25. Copper Boom! If you’re a mega-fan like me, you’ve been re-watching the entire series...
Four Montgomery County precincts indicative of election swing
 In a quiet Harrison Township neighborhood nestled between North Dixie Drive and Interstate 75 sits Division Avenue — aptly named this election season. Tim Winterbotham had a campaign sign in his yard supporting Donald Trump that he claims someone burned. Two doors down, Walt Lough had a Hillary Clinton sign that he said was stolen....

5:22 PM Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016

In a quiet Harrison Township neighborhood nestled between North Dixie Drive and Interstate 75 sits Division Avenue — aptly named this election season. Tim Winterbotham had a campaign sign in his yard supporting Donald Trump that he claims someone burned. Two doors down, Walt Lough had a Hillary Clinton sign that he said was stolen....
Four Montgomery County precincts indicative of election swing
 In a quiet Harrison Township neighborhood nestled between North Dixie Drive and Interstate 75 sits Division Avenue — aptly named this election season. Tim Winterbotham had a campaign sign in his yard supporting Donald Trump that he claims someone burned. Two doors down, Walt Lough had a Hillary Clinton sign that he said was stolen....

5:22 PM Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016

In a quiet Harrison Township neighborhood nestled between North Dixie Drive and Interstate 75 sits Division Avenue — aptly named this election season. Tim Winterbotham had a campaign sign in his yard supporting Donald Trump that he claims someone burned. Two doors down, Walt Lough had a Hillary Clinton sign that he said was stolen....
Suspected norovirus closes Valley View schools for two days
 All Valley View Local Schools were closed Monday and will remain shuttered until after the scheduled Thanksgiving break following a suspected norovirus outbreak. The Ohio Department of Health and Public Health — Dayton & Montgomery County are working with the district to test ill students and confirm the exact virus that possibly sickened...

10:09 PM Monday, Nov. 21, 2016

All Valley View Local Schools were closed Monday and will remain shuttered until after the scheduled Thanksgiving break following a suspected norovirus outbreak. The Ohio Department of Health and Public Health — Dayton & Montgomery County are working with the district to test ill students and confirm the exact virus that possibly sickened...
Suspected norovirus closes Valley View schools for two days
 All Valley View Local Schools were closed Monday and will remain shuttered until after the scheduled Thanksgiving break following a suspected norovirus outbreak. The Ohio Department of Health and Public Health — Dayton & Montgomery County are working with the district to test ill students and confirm the exact virus that possibly sickened...

10:09 PM Monday, Nov. 21, 2016

All Valley View Local Schools were closed Monday and will remain shuttered until after the scheduled Thanksgiving break following a suspected norovirus outbreak. The Ohio Department of Health and Public Health — Dayton & Montgomery County are working with the district to test ill students and confirm the exact virus that possibly sickened...
Logan County judge OKs Brittany Pilkington confession tape for trial
 A Logan County judge ruled Friday that a recorded police interrogation showing Brittany Pilkington appearing to confess to killing her three children can be used in trial. Lawyers for Pilkington, 24, had requested that her statements to police after the death of her third son in August 2015 be suppressed because her rights were violated in...

11:19 PM Friday, Nov. 18, 2016

A Logan County judge ruled Friday that a recorded police interrogation showing Brittany Pilkington appearing to confess to killing her three children can be used in trial. Lawyers for Pilkington, 24, had requested that her statements to police after the death of her third son in August 2015 be suppressed because her rights were violated in...
Logan County judge OKs Brittany Pilkington confession tape for trial
 A Logan County judge ruled Friday that a recorded police interrogation showing Brittany Pilkington appearing to confess to killing her three children can be used in trial. Lawyers for Pilkington, 24, had requested that her statements to police after the death of her third son in August 2015 be suppressed because her rights were violated in...

11:19 PM Friday, Nov. 18, 2016

A Logan County judge ruled Friday that a recorded police interrogation showing Brittany Pilkington appearing to confess to killing her three children can be used in trial. Lawyers for Pilkington, 24, had requested that her statements to police after the death of her third son in August 2015 be suppressed because her rights were violated in...
Logan County judge OKs Brittany Pilkington confession tape for trial
 A Logan County judge ruled Friday that a recorded police interrogation showing Brittany Pilkington appearing to confess to killing her three children can be used in trial. Lawyers for Pilkington, 24, had requested that her statements to police after the death of her third son in August 2015 be suppressed because her rights were violated in...

9:18 PM Friday, Nov. 18, 2016

A Logan County judge ruled Friday that a recorded police interrogation showing Brittany Pilkington appearing to confess to killing her three children can be used in trial. Lawyers for Pilkington, 24, had requested that her statements to police after the death of her third son in August 2015 be suppressed because her rights were violated in...
Logan County judge OKs Brittany Pilkington confession tape for trial
 A Logan County judge ruled Friday that a recorded police interrogation showing Brittany Pilkington appearing to confess to killing her three children can be used in trial. Lawyers for Pilkington, 24, had requested that her statements to police after the death of her third son in August 2015 be suppressed because her rights were violated in...

9:18 PM Friday, Nov. 18, 2016

A Logan County judge ruled Friday that a recorded police interrogation showing Brittany Pilkington appearing to confess to killing her three children can be used in trial. Lawyers for Pilkington, 24, had requested that her statements to police after the death of her third son in August 2015 be suppressed because her rights were violated in...
Kettering abortion clinic in limbo after denied variance
 The Dayton area’s only abortion clinic, Women’s Med Center of Dayton, was denied its latest request for a variance last month by the Ohio Department of Health. The clinic was seeking to be excused from a requirement that says ambulatory surgery facilities, such as all Ohio abortion clinics, must have written transfer agreements...

3:19 PM Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016

The Dayton area’s only abortion clinic, Women’s Med Center of Dayton, was denied its latest request for a variance last month by the Ohio Department of Health. The clinic was seeking to be excused from a requirement that says ambulatory surgery facilities, such as all Ohio abortion clinics, must have written transfer agreements...
UPDATE: Dayton abortion clinic in limbo after denied variance
 The Dayton area’s only abortion clinic, Women’s Med Center of Dayton, was denied its latest request for a variance last month by the Ohio Department of Health. The clinic was seeking to be excused from a requirement that says ambulatory surgery facilities, such as all Ohio abortion clinics, must have written transfer agreements...

3:19 PM Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016

The Dayton area’s only abortion clinic, Women’s Med Center of Dayton, was denied its latest request for a variance last month by the Ohio Department of Health. The clinic was seeking to be excused from a requirement that says ambulatory surgery facilities, such as all Ohio abortion clinics, must have written transfer agreements...
Proposed sex offender registry changes would be based on risk
 Eight years after Ohio tightened its sex offender registration laws to comply with federal standards, a state committee is considering changes that could make it easier for sex offenders to get off the registry if they no longer are a threat to society. Among other changes to Ohio’s criminal laws, the Criminal Justice Recodification...

1:00 AM Monday, Nov. 14, 2016

Eight years after Ohio tightened its sex offender registration laws to comply with federal standards, a state committee is considering changes that could make it easier for sex offenders to get off the registry if they no longer are a threat to society. Among other changes to Ohio’s criminal laws, the Criminal Justice Recodification...
Proposed sex offender registry changes would be based on risk
 Eight years after Ohio tightened its sex offender registration laws to comply with federal standards, a state committee is considering changes that could make it easier for sex offenders to get off the registry if they no longer are a threat to society. Among other changes to Ohio’s criminal laws, the Criminal Justice Recodification...

1:00 AM Monday, Nov. 14, 2016

Eight years after Ohio tightened its sex offender registration laws to comply with federal standards, a state committee is considering changes that could make it easier for sex offenders to get off the registry if they no longer are a threat to society. Among other changes to Ohio’s criminal laws, the Criminal Justice Recodification...
Trump flips Montgomery County on way to Ohio rout
 For the first time since 1988, voters in perennial bellwether Montgomery County chose a Republican for president. Local Republicans said they weren’t surprised that the county where Barack Obama won by huge margins in some neighborhoods four years ago — getting more than 90 percent of votes in 47 precincts in Dayton and Trotwood...

10:51 PM Wednesday, Nov. 09, 2016

For the first time since 1988, voters in perennial bellwether Montgomery County chose a Republican for president. Local Republicans said they weren’t surprised that the county where Barack Obama won by huge margins in some neighborhoods four years ago — getting more than 90 percent of votes in 47 precincts in Dayton and Trotwood...
Trump flips Montgomery County on way to Ohio rout
 For the first time since 1988, voters in perennial bellwether Montgomery County chose a Republican for president. Local Republicans said they weren’t surprised that the county where Barack Obama won by huge margins in some neighborhoods four years ago — getting more than 90 percent of votes in 47 precincts in Dayton and Trotwood...

10:51 PM Wednesday, Nov. 09, 2016

For the first time since 1988, voters in perennial bellwether Montgomery County chose a Republican for president. Local Republicans said they weren’t surprised that the county where Barack Obama won by huge margins in some neighborhoods four years ago — getting more than 90 percent of votes in 47 precincts in Dayton and Trotwood...
Polls in Ohio are closed: Voters share views
 Voters at polling places across southwest Ohio expressed relief Tuesday that a long, contentious election season is at its end. Some waited an hour or more to cast their votes, but said it was worth it to have their voice heard. Jill Adkins, Xenia “The line was longer than I thought. It was fast after you start walking and talking to...

9:05 PM Tuesday, Nov. 08, 2016

Voters at polling places across southwest Ohio expressed relief Tuesday that a long, contentious election season is at its end. Some waited an hour or more to cast their votes, but said it was worth it to have their voice heard. Jill Adkins, Xenia “The line was longer than I thought. It was fast after you start walking and talking to...
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