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

Ohio State Fair accident: Other serious events at fairs or on rides in Ohio
 One person died and seven were injured - five critically - on Wednesday night at the Ohio State Fair when a ride called The Fire Ball malfunctioned. A video captured the incident, although it might be too graphic for some: Here’s a sampling of some other serious incidents that involved rides and fairs in Ohio: Cedar Point, 2015: ...

1:55 AM Thursday, Jul. 27, 2017

One person died and seven were injured - five critically - on Wednesday night at the Ohio State Fair when a ride called The Fire Ball malfunctioned. A video captured the incident, although it might be too graphic for some: Here’s a sampling of some other serious incidents that involved rides and fairs in Ohio: Cedar Point, 2015: ...
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