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Vehicles ransacked at Dayton auto parts store
 Police in Dayton are investigating after someone cut a hole in the privacy gate and broke into vehicles at KOI Auto Parts, 1654 Springfield St. The break-in was reported at 8 a.m. this morning when the store manager arrived to open for business, according to the Dayton police report. The fence to get into the property had been cut and at...

Posted: 6 days ago

Police in Dayton are investigating after someone cut a hole in the privacy gate and broke into vehicles at KOI Auto Parts, 1654 Springfield St. The break-in was reported at 8 a.m. this morning when the store manager arrived to open for business, according to the Dayton police report. The fence to get into the property had been cut and at...
WNKU 105.9 sold to religious broadcasting company
 WNKU — The Northern Kentucky University radio station whose broadcasts stretch to the Miami Valley — was sold today for $1.9 million to the Bible Broadcasting Company. The radio station dedicated itself to giving local musicians from Dayton, Cincinnati, Columbus and Northern Kentucky a platform to get their music...

Posted: 10 days ago

WNKU — The Northern Kentucky University radio station whose broadcasts stretch to the Miami Valley — was sold today for $1.9 million to the Bible Broadcasting Company. The radio station dedicated itself to giving local musicians from Dayton, Cincinnati, Columbus and Northern Kentucky a platform to get their music...
Springfield couple allegedly stole thousands from elderly woman
 A husband and wife from Springfield allegedly stole thousands of dollars from an older Ohio woman over a period of several years, according to a release from Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine. A Clark County grand jury has indicted Deborah and Dwight Stutzman, ages 64 and 68, on charges of theft with a specification that the victim of...

Posted: 11 days ago

A husband and wife from Springfield allegedly stole thousands of dollars from an older Ohio woman over a period of several years, according to a release from Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine. A Clark County grand jury has indicted Deborah and Dwight Stutzman, ages 64 and 68, on charges of theft with a specification that the victim of...
Daytonians rally for and against Planned Parenthood 
 People for and against Planned Parenthood held demonstrations this morning in Dayton. The local activism mirrors events happening across the country for what has been labeled National Day to Defund Planned Parenthood.  Anti-abortion activists gathered in front of the Planned Parenthood building on North Wilkinson Street carrying signs...

Posted: 14 days ago

People for and against Planned Parenthood held demonstrations this morning in Dayton. The local activism mirrors events happening across the country for what has been labeled National Day to Defund Planned Parenthood.  Anti-abortion activists gathered in front of the Planned Parenthood building on North Wilkinson Street carrying signs...
Near half-million dollar home to be donated to war veteran and wife
 Some area contractors are helping a local builder make a dream come true for a former U.S. Marine sergeant and his wife.  Construction is well underway on a new home in Butler Twp. that will be donated to Daniel and Theresa Erlandson.  The finished home will be worth an estimated $400,000, with all the materials and labor provided...

Posted: 17 days ago

Some area contractors are helping a local builder make a dream come true for a former U.S. Marine sergeant and his wife.  Construction is well underway on a new home in Butler Twp. that will be donated to Daniel and Theresa Erlandson.  The finished home will be worth an estimated $400,000, with all the materials and labor provided...
Dayton teen reports he was robbed of $150 Ferragamo belt
 A Dayton teenager reported he was robbed of his tan-colored Salvatore Ferragamo belt Monday evening. The 14-year-old male told police it happened around 6 p.m. in the parking lot at Wogaman Elementary School, 2716 Germantown St., according to the Dayton police report. The value of the tan-colored belt is $150, according to the report. There...

Posted: 18 days ago

A Dayton teenager reported he was robbed of his tan-colored Salvatore Ferragamo belt Monday evening. The 14-year-old male told police it happened around 6 p.m. in the parking lot at Wogaman Elementary School, 2716 Germantown St., according to the Dayton police report. The value of the tan-colored belt is $150, according to the report. There...
Piqua company capitalizes on Patriots’ Super Bowl victory
 A Miami Valley printing and embroidery company is once again busy producing championship gear — This time the team is the New England Patriots. Atlantis Sportswear of Piqua is printing two versions of the Super Bowl LI championship shirts, which are being shipped out to stores today. The company plans to print about 20,000 shirts today...

Posted: 19 days ago

A Miami Valley printing and embroidery company is once again busy producing championship gear — This time the team is the New England Patriots. Atlantis Sportswear of Piqua is printing two versions of the Super Bowl LI championship shirts, which are being shipped out to stores today. The company plans to print about 20,000 shirts today...
New Yorkers come together to remove Nazi graffiti from subway car
 “The train was silent as everyone stared at each other, uncomfortable and unsure what to do,” Locke’s post reads. “One guy got up and said, ‘Hand sanitizer gets rid of Sharpie. We need alcohol.’" National media outlets have picked up the story and several photos have been shared showing the subway...

Posted: 19 days ago

“The train was silent as everyone stared at each other, uncomfortable and unsure what to do,” Locke’s post reads. “One guy got up and said, ‘Hand sanitizer gets rid of Sharpie. We need alcohol.’" National media outlets have picked up the story and several photos have been shared showing the subway...
New Yorkers rally to clean up Nazi graffiti in subways
 A story of New York City unity is spreading after a subway rider named Gregory Locke took to Facebook to describe seeing Nazi symbolism scrawled on subway windows Saturday night, and what the fellow commuters decided to do about it. “The train was silent as everyone stared at each other, uncomfortable and unsure what to do,&rdquo...

Posted: 20 days ago

A story of New York City unity is spreading after a subway rider named Gregory Locke took to Facebook to describe seeing Nazi symbolism scrawled on subway windows Saturday night, and what the fellow commuters decided to do about it. “The train was silent as everyone stared at each other, uncomfortable and unsure what to do,&rdquo...
Students face expulsion for joke about planned shooting
 Two Sidney High School students were suspended today after they were allegedly joking around in the hallway about carrying out a shooting during the lunch period. The 10th-graders are facing criminal charges after their conversation was overheard by another student who reported them to the school resource officer, according to Sidney Schools...

Posted: 25 days ago

Two Sidney High School students were suspended today after they were allegedly joking around in the hallway about carrying out a shooting during the lunch period. The 10th-graders are facing criminal charges after their conversation was overheard by another student who reported them to the school resource officer, according to Sidney Schools...
Police: Mom falsely reported child missing so cops would find her stolen car faster
 According to WBNS, an Amber Alert was issued in central Ohio on Monday when Jessica Pickett of Columbus reportedly told police that her daughter, Janylia Fails, was in the vehicle left running in front of the home on North Fourth Street. The girl was later found safe and unharmed; police said she had been with her aunt since Sunday evening...

Posted: 25 days ago

According to WBNS, an Amber Alert was issued in central Ohio on Monday when Jessica Pickett of Columbus reportedly told police that her daughter, Janylia Fails, was in the vehicle left running in front of the home on North Fourth Street. The girl was later found safe and unharmed; police said she had been with her aunt since Sunday evening...
Mother now charged with making false report that led to Amber Alert
 UPDATE @ 7:40 p.m. (Jan. 30): Jessica Pickett, who police said told them her child was taken when someone stole her vehicle, is now charged with falsification.   An Amber Alert was issued in central Ohio today when Pickett told police her 4-year-old daughter, Janylia Fails, was in the vehicle left running in front of the...

Posted: 26 days ago

UPDATE @ 7:40 p.m. (Jan. 30): Jessica Pickett, who police said told them her child was taken when someone stole her vehicle, is now charged with falsification.   An Amber Alert was issued in central Ohio today when Pickett told police her 4-year-old daughter, Janylia Fails, was in the vehicle left running in front of the...
Portman, Kasich say immigration plan should be ‘consistent with our values’
 Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) said in an interview with CNN this morning that "our country is not as safe as it should be," but added that more vetting was needed before implementing President Donald Trump's executive order banning travel to the U.S. from seven countries.  "One it is not a ban, however ... I think it was not...

Posted: 27 days ago

Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) said in an interview with CNN this morning that "our country is not as safe as it should be," but added that more vetting was needed before implementing President Donald Trump's executive order banning travel to the U.S. from seven countries.  "One it is not a ban, however ... I think it was not...
Police: Family Dollar robbery suspects get away with less than $100
 Two teenagers got away with less than $100 on Friday when they robbed a Family Dollar store in Dayton. Police were called around 5 p.m. to the store at 1027 N. Gettysburg Ave. A cashier told officers the two boys went directly to the cash register and demanded money. When she got the register drawer open, one of them grabbed all the money...

Posted: 27 days ago

Two teenagers got away with less than $100 on Friday when they robbed a Family Dollar store in Dayton. Police were called around 5 p.m. to the store at 1027 N. Gettysburg Ave. A cashier told officers the two boys went directly to the cash register and demanded money. When she got the register drawer open, one of them grabbed all the money...
Vandalia native’s ex-wife, son, found safe
 Few details have been released after a woman and her two children, missing for days from Virginia Beach, Va., were found safe in another state. It was welcome news to Kevin Lamping, the Vandalia native and U.S. Navy man who returned from duty after his ex-wife Monica Lamping, son Kai and her infant daughter Oria were reported missing over...

2:02 PM Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017

Few details have been released after a woman and her two children, missing for days from Virginia Beach, Va., were found safe in another state. It was welcome news to Kevin Lamping, the Vandalia native and U.S. Navy man who returned from duty after his ex-wife Monica Lamping, son Kai and her infant daughter Oria were reported missing over...
Driver suffers serious injuries in crash on wet Dayton street
 Two people were sent to the hospital, including a male driver who was seriously injured, from a single-vehicle crash that temporarily shut down southbound James H. McGee Boulevard at Rosedale Drive. The driver hit an area of pooling water and lost control, striking a pole on the driver’s side at approximately 9:17 a.m., according to...

3:50 PM Monday, Jan. 23, 2017

Two people were sent to the hospital, including a male driver who was seriously injured, from a single-vehicle crash that temporarily shut down southbound James H. McGee Boulevard at Rosedale Drive. The driver hit an area of pooling water and lost control, striking a pole on the driver’s side at approximately 9:17 a.m., according to...
Out of control semitrailer shuts down I-70 WB ramp to I-75 SB
 A flatbed semitrailer crashed after the driver lost control while trying to pass vehicles on the I-70 West ramp to I-75 South. The ramp was shut down around 9:30 a.m. and was expected to be shut down well into the morning. The driver of the UZ Transport commercial vehicle was heading home at the time of the crash, according to the Ohio Highway...

3:33 PM Monday, Jan. 23, 2017

A flatbed semitrailer crashed after the driver lost control while trying to pass vehicles on the I-70 West ramp to I-75 South. The ramp was shut down around 9:30 a.m. and was expected to be shut down well into the morning. The driver of the UZ Transport commercial vehicle was heading home at the time of the crash, according to the Ohio Highway...
Train strikes semitrailer stuck on tracks in Dayton
 The railroad crossing at West Stewart Street was shut down for several  hours today after a train struck a semitrailer that was stuck on the tracks. The truck hauling scrap aluminum in the 700 block of West Stewart Street became stuck by the crossing gate arms as they came down for an approaching locomotive. The train struck the rear...

7:38 PM Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017

The railroad crossing at West Stewart Street was shut down for several  hours today after a train struck a semitrailer that was stuck on the tracks. The truck hauling scrap aluminum in the 700 block of West Stewart Street became stuck by the crossing gate arms as they came down for an approaching locomotive. The train struck the rear...
Man who died in Covington accidental shooting identified
 The Miami County coroner’s office identified the man who accidentally shot himself on Wednesday as David Gargrave. He was 33 years old.   An adult male has died after accidentally shooting himself, according to Covington Police Chief Lee Harmon. Harmon said the man was planning to go target shooting with his brother when...

7:08 PM Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017

The Miami County coroner’s office identified the man who accidentally shot himself on Wednesday as David Gargrave. He was 33 years old.   An adult male has died after accidentally shooting himself, according to Covington Police Chief Lee Harmon. Harmon said the man was planning to go target shooting with his brother when...
Deputies search after threat at Good Sam laundry facility
 A bomb threat was called in this morning to the laundry facility that serves Good Samaritan Hospital and all other area locations in the Premiere Health Network. The threat was received around 10:30 a.m. at the facility, 3470 Salem Ave., which prompted an evacuation of about two dozen workers, according to a Premiere Health Network...

6:06 PM Saturday, Jan. 07, 2017

A bomb threat was called in this morning to the laundry facility that serves Good Samaritan Hospital and all other area locations in the Premiere Health Network. The threat was received around 10:30 a.m. at the facility, 3470 Salem Ave., which prompted an evacuation of about two dozen workers, according to a Premiere Health Network...
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