UPDATE:

Huber Heights man found dead in Springfield park: What we know now

AT&T service outages reported from California to N.Y., none in Dayton area


UPDATE @ 8:35 p.m.: AT&T is not fielding any outage reports in the Dayton area, a Columbus-based media relations manager for AT&T Ohio reports.

INITIAL REPORT

AT&T cable and internet service outages are being reported in Riverside locally, and from California to New York nationally. 

According to zerohedge.com, AT&T users across the nation on Monday morning began reporting outages with cellphone service. 

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The most recent downdetector.com data map appears to confirm outages throughout Ohio, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Oklahoma City, Saint Louis and elsewhere with the most reported problems being Internet, phone or no network or reception. 

According to downdetector.com, AT&T officials posted the following: "AT&T is having issues since 2:08 p.m. EST." 

The caller to our newsroom reports his Internet has been out since noon.


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