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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

Latest from Kyle Nagel

Winter tornadoes: How often do they happen in the Miami Valley?
 Nearly 40 possible tornadoes were reported across the Southeast from early Saturday into Sunday evening — none immediately confirmed. Of that, 30 were reported in Georgia, four in Mississippi, and one each in Louisiana and South Carolina. January tornado outbreaks are rare but not unprecedented, particularly in the South. Data from...

Posted: 2 hours ago

Nearly 40 possible tornadoes were reported across the Southeast from early Saturday into Sunday evening — none immediately confirmed. Of that, 30 were reported in Georgia, four in Mississippi, and one each in Louisiana and South Carolina. January tornado outbreaks are rare but not unprecedented, particularly in the South. Data from...
How a winding set of innovations formed Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
 Wright-Patterson Air Force Base was formed from Patterson and Wright fields on Jan. 13, 1948. To celebrate that anniversary, here are five things to know about the base's history. 1. The fields date back to the earliest days of flight. Wright-Patt's land includes Huffman Prairie, where Orville and Wilbur Wright continued work on their flying...

Posted: 10 days ago

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base was formed from Patterson and Wright fields on Jan. 13, 1948. To celebrate that anniversary, here are five things to know about the base's history. 1. The fields date back to the earliest days of flight. Wright-Patt's land includes Huffman Prairie, where Orville and Wilbur Wright continued work on their flying...
Happy Birthday, Beavercreek. Here are 5 things to know about its history
 The City of Beavercreek was incorporated as a city 37 years ago today, on Jan. 11, 1980. Its history stretches back much further, to the early 1800s. On its birthday, here are five things you should know about Beavercreek's growth. 1. Beavercreek Twp. was founded in 1803. The "associate judges of Greene County" met in a log house...

Posted: 12 days ago

The City of Beavercreek was incorporated as a city 37 years ago today, on Jan. 11, 1980. Its history stretches back much further, to the early 1800s. On its birthday, here are five things you should know about Beavercreek's growth. 1. Beavercreek Twp. was founded in 1803. The "associate judges of Greene County" met in a log house...
Executives will drive Dayton RTA buses if strike hits
 Executives for the Greater Dayton RTA will be among the transit authority’s backup drivers for essential operations if a strike hits Monday, according to a “strike plan” obtained by the Dayton Daily News and WHIO. Three “c-level” executives will be among the drivers, according to the documents. MORE:
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Posted: 19 days ago

Executives for the Greater Dayton RTA will be among the transit authority’s backup drivers for essential operations if a strike hits Monday, according to a “strike plan” obtained by the Dayton Daily News and WHIO. Three “c-level” executives will be among the drivers, according to the documents. MORE: ...
How often is it this hot so late in the year?
 Temperatures in the Dayton area were forecast to reach more than 80 degrees on Tuesday, the second straight day at that level. Is that common this time of year? We looked up the data. The latest temperatures have been at least 80 degrees since 1948 is Oct. 31, in 1950, according to data from the National Centers of Environmental Information...

3:26 PM Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016

Temperatures in the Dayton area were forecast to reach more than 80 degrees on Tuesday, the second straight day at that level. Is that common this time of year? We looked up the data. The latest temperatures have been at least 80 degrees since 1948 is Oct. 31, in 1950, according to data from the National Centers of Environmental Information...
7 things you didn't know about Pete Rose's career
 Pete Rose will be inducted into the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame this weekend with a series of special events. He's known as the Hit King, but here are some things you might not have known about Rose's hitting prowess: The first of those games came in his third season, in 1965 facing the New York Mets, which included three singles and a home...

2:58 PM Wednesday, Jun. 22, 2016

Pete Rose will be inducted into the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame this weekend with a series of special events. He's known as the Hit King, but here are some things you might not have known about Rose's hitting prowess: The first of those games came in his third season, in 1965 facing the New York Mets, which included three singles and a home...
Guess who had Dayton's biggest party ever?

2:16 PM Thursday, Jun. 16, 2016

By the spring of 1909, Orville and Wilbur Wright had shown in a series of European exhibitions that powered flight was real and safe. When they returned to the United States, their hometown of Dayton threw a party like it never had, before or since. On June 17-18, 1909, the entire city stopped to celebrate the brothers in a massive outpouring...
15 reasons the Wright brothers celebration was Dayton's biggest party ever
 By the spring of 1909, Orville and Wilbur Wright had shown in a series of European exhibitions that powered flight was real and safe. When they returned to the United States, their hometown of Dayton threw a party like it never had, before or since. On June 17-18, 1909, the entire city stopped to celebrate the brothers in a massive outpouring...

2:16 PM Thursday, Jun. 16, 2016

By the spring of 1909, Orville and Wilbur Wright had shown in a series of European exhibitions that powered flight was real and safe. When they returned to the United States, their hometown of Dayton threw a party like it never had, before or since. On June 17-18, 1909, the entire city stopped to celebrate the brothers in a massive outpouring...
Meet 11 men who changed the course of area colleges

2:49 PM Monday, May. 16, 2016

The Dayton area will see significant changes to its higher education leadership in the next 14 months. Dayton, Miami, Wittenberg and Wright State will all have new presidents in place by July 1, 2017. That's an unusual amount of changeover for these influential positions. The first 118 presidents at eight four-year colleges and universities...
Where were you when these 15 damaging storms pounded Ohio?
 Damaging storms are memorable events. Here are views of the Miami Valley during 15 recent storms classified by the Ohio Insurance Institute as some of the most costly in insurance claims in recent years. Source:  Ohio Insurance Institute

2:43 PM Monday, May. 09, 2016

Damaging storms are memorable events. Here are views of the Miami Valley during 15 recent storms classified by the Ohio Insurance Institute as some of the most costly in insurance claims in recent years. Source: Ohio Insurance Institute
7 missing persons cases that have captivated the Dayton area
 News that authorities are testing skeletal remains discovered in Greene County as a possible match to a missing Middletown woman, Lindsay Bogan, has reminded the Dayton area about the dozens who remain missing. According to an Ohio Attorney General's Office database of missing persons, 99 people are missing in the region. Here are seven of...

3:58 PM Wednesday, May. 04, 2016

News that authorities are testing skeletal remains discovered in Greene County as a possible match to a missing Middletown woman, Lindsay Bogan, has reminded the Dayton area about the dozens who remain missing. According to an Ohio Attorney General's Office database of missing persons, 99 people are missing in the region. Here are seven of...