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National group aids in missing boy search
 A national group entered the months-long search for a missing 4-year-old boy on Saturday, joining with local volunteers for an all-day combing of the area around a north Dayton waterway. Texas Equusearch grouped with the ongoing effort, dubbed “Team Zaden,” to look for 4-year-old Zaden McKnight. The boy hasn’t been seen...

10:10 PM Saturday, Jul. 05, 2014

A national group entered the months-long search for a missing 4-year-old boy on Saturday, joining with local volunteers for an all-day combing of the area around a north Dayton waterway. Texas Equusearch grouped with the ongoing effort, dubbed “Team Zaden,” to look for 4-year-old Zaden McKnight. The boy hasn’t been seen...
Death investigated in German Twp.

10:07 PM Saturday, Jul. 05, 2014

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office and the Ohio Attorney General’s Office Bureau of Criminal Investigation are investigating a Friday death that authorities said came after an altercation, according to the sheriff’s office. Sheriff’s department officials and German Twp. police responded to 3706 Snyder-Domer Road at...
January one of snowiest, coldest in more than half century
 The Miami Valley experienced a mix of snow and cold in January nearly unmatched in the past 60-plus years. Through Thursday, the area saw the fourth-most snow (21.2 inches) and sixth-coldest average low temperature (10.8 degrees) in any month since 1948, when records began at Dayton International Airport. The month’s final day lurched...

10:25 PM Friday, Jan. 31, 2014

The Miami Valley experienced a mix of snow and cold in January nearly unmatched in the past 60-plus years. Through Thursday, the area saw the fourth-most snow (21.2 inches) and sixth-coldest average low temperature (10.8 degrees) in any month since 1948, when records began at Dayton International Airport. The month’s final day lurched...
January one of coldest, snowiest on record
 The Miami Valley experienced a mix of snow and cold in January nearly unmatched in the past 60-plus years. Through Thursday, the area saw the fourth-most snow (21.2 inches) and sixth-coldest average low temperature (10.8 degrees) in any month since 1948, when records began at Dayton International Airport. The month’s final day lurched...

9:37 PM Friday, Jan. 31, 2014

The Miami Valley experienced a mix of snow and cold in January nearly unmatched in the past 60-plus years. Through Thursday, the area saw the fourth-most snow (21.2 inches) and sixth-coldest average low temperature (10.8 degrees) in any month since 1948, when records began at Dayton International Airport. The month’s final day lurched...
Recent winter storm could be among costliest in years
 The costs from an early January winter weather mix of extreme cold and wind are among the worst since the remnants of Hurricane Ike hit Ohio in early 2008, insurance and repair industry officials said. No estimate is available, but when it all is added up, the damage is expected to be among the worst of recent storms. The Ohio Insurance Institute...

9:50 PM Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014

The costs from an early January winter weather mix of extreme cold and wind are among the worst since the remnants of Hurricane Ike hit Ohio in early 2008, insurance and repair industry officials said. No estimate is available, but when it all is added up, the damage is expected to be among the worst of recent storms. The Ohio Insurance Institute...
Ohio’s next step on metal thefts: Recording sales

11:00 AM Friday, Jan. 03, 2014

Ohio has started the process of testing a database of scrap metal sales as the next step in an ongoing battle against metal thefts, which have struck the state harder than most. But as that process begins, the scrap metal industry has expressed disappointment that the Ohio Department of Public Safety has not progressed faster in rolling out...
Ohio’s next step on metal thefts: Recording sales
 Ohio has started testing a database of scrap metal sales as the next step in an ongoing battle against metal thefts, which have struck the state harder than most. But as that process begins, the scrap metal industry has expressed disappointment that the Ohio Department of Public Safety has not progressed faster in rolling out the database...

3:19 AM Friday, Jan. 03, 2014

Ohio has started testing a database of scrap metal sales as the next step in an ongoing battle against metal thefts, which have struck the state harder than most. But as that process begins, the scrap metal industry has expressed disappointment that the Ohio Department of Public Safety has not progressed faster in rolling out the database...
Response to deadly fire appropriate, city says
 A fire crew response time of less than five minutes from dispatch to arrival was appropriate during a blaze last Thursday that resulted in four deaths, the most fire fatalities in a single Kettering incident in at least a quarter century, a fire official said. The first crew arrived at 1963 Craig Drive 4 minutes and 41 seconds after dispatch...

11:40 PM Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013

A fire crew response time of less than five minutes from dispatch to arrival was appropriate during a blaze last Thursday that resulted in four deaths, the most fire fatalities in a single Kettering incident in at least a quarter century, a fire official said. The first crew arrived at 1963 Craig Drive 4 minutes and 41 seconds after dispatch...
NCAA tickets sold out at UD Arena, but options still available
 University of Dayton Arena has sold out its allotment of tickets for first-, second- and third-round NCAA men’s basketball tournament games this week, but options remain for fans to acquire seats. The First Four round tickets, for games played Tuesday and Wednesday, have been sold out for months. The final several hundred tickets for...

7:39 PM Monday, Mar. 18, 2013

University of Dayton Arena has sold out its allotment of tickets for first-, second- and third-round NCAA men’s basketball tournament games this week, but options remain for fans to acquire seats. The First Four round tickets, for games played Tuesday and Wednesday, have been sold out for months. The final several hundred tickets for...
1 in 8 women binge drink, report says

4:15 PM Thursday, Jan. 10, 2013

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning women that a large number of them are binge drinking and that such activity can lead to other health dangers. In a study the organization published this month, the CDC reported that about one in eight adult women fit the criteria for binge drinking, which is defined as consuming four...
Regional Make-A-Wish chapter approaches 900 wishes for year

7:12 PM Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012

The Make-A-Wish Foundation of America chapter that serves Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky is on pace to surpass the 863 wishes that set a national organization record last year and has increased fundraising despite a challenging economy. Officials say the results are important because they indiciate that the well-known organization is maintaining...
Ohio’s CCW permits up, but state trails neighbors

6:41 PM Wednesday, Aug. 08, 2012

Permits to carry concealed weapons in Ohio have surged this year, but the state still trails its closest neighbors in permits because of what observers call stricter laws that have undergone recent changes. The state’s sheriffs issued 16,823 CCW permits in the first three months of 2012. That was a 40.3 percent increase from the first...
Urban League building to become ‘Opportunity Center’

7:38 PM Wednesday, Jul. 25, 2012

Several area organizations that serve the needy are hoping to make the former headquarters of the Dayton Urban League a hub for collective activity to help vulnerable residents. Miami Valley Housing Opportunities purchased the building at 907 W. Fifth St., the organization announced Wednesday. It has secured or lined up likely tenants for...
Scorching weather highlights HVAC industry growth

4:01 AM Sunday, Jul. 22, 2012

The summer’s significant stretch of hot weather has increased the workload for air conditioning technicians and installers who are part of an industry expected to grow 34 percent between 2010 and 2o20, according to experts and businesses. Technician and installer jobs in the heating, air conditioning and refrigeration industry (HVAC)...
Alcohol now more common at county fairs

4:01 AM Friday, Jul. 20, 2012

Three county fairs in the region began selling alcohol in the past two years, attempting to raise revenue despite concerns over about whether the family-friendly events should offer beer or wine. The Warren County Fair, which began Tuesday, last year added a “beer garden,” an enclosed area to purchase alcohol. The Greene and Miami...
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