Kyle Nagel

Kyle Nagel has covered a mix of sports, crime and breaking news for the Dayton Daily news since December of 2003. He grew up in Centerville, attended the University of Missouri and received a Bachelor of Journalism degree in May 2003. He lives in Kettering. General assignment news reporter

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RiverScape River Run
The RiverScape River Run officially opened downtown on the Great Miami River on Friday, May 5, 2017. CONTRIBUTED BY FIVE RIVERS METROPARKS

11:46 AM Monday, May. 08, 2017

The RiverScape River Run officially opened downtown on the Great Miami River on Friday, May 5, 2017. CONTRIBUTED BY FIVE RIVERS METROPARKS
Why this community is spending $7M on this new intersection design
Roundabout intersection of Mason-Montgomery Rd. and Bethany Rd. Warren County plans to spend about $7 million in the next 18 months on roundabouts - rather than traditional intersections with traffic lights - to manage traffic and other safety hazards. The spending is the another example of the growing popularity on road construction designed...

11:01 AM Friday, May. 05, 2017

Roundabout intersection of Mason-Montgomery Rd. and Bethany Rd. Warren County plans to spend about $7 million in the next 18 months on roundabouts - rather than traditional intersections with traffic lights - to manage traffic and other safety hazards. The spending is the another example of the growing popularity on road construction designed...
Then and Now: Credit Life building
The Credit Life building is seen under construction at the corner of East Main Street and South Limestone in this photo from around 1980. Credit Life spent $7 million constructing the 154,000-square-foot-tower in 1980. In September 2016, EF Hutton America purchased the building and the State Theater, 9-17 and 19 S. Fountain Ave. The former...

10:47 AM Thursday, Apr. 27, 2017

The Credit Life building is seen under construction at the corner of East Main Street and South Limestone in this photo from around 1980. Credit Life spent $7 million constructing the 154,000-square-foot-tower in 1980. In September 2016, EF Hutton America purchased the building and the State Theater, 9-17 and 19 S. Fountain Ave. The former...
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10:37 AM Thursday, Apr. 27, 2017

NBA Draft: Here are all 39 NBA players who were born in the Dayton region
 Luke Kennard of Franklin left Duke University early to enter the NBA Draft, which is Thursday. He is expected to join the group, currently at 39 players, of those born in the Dayton region who later played in the NBA. The list spans 1949 to this season and ranges from 1 game in the NBA to 1,057. Explore the list of all-time NBA players born...

1:14 PM Tuesday, Apr. 11, 2017

Luke Kennard of Franklin left Duke University early to enter the NBA Draft, which is Thursday. He is expected to join the group, currently at 39 players, of those born in the Dayton region who later played in the NBA. The list spans 1949 to this season and ranges from 1 game in the NBA to 1,057. Explore the list of all-time NBA players born...