B.J. Bethel

Digital Specialist for Daytondailynews.com and WHIO.com. 

Latest from B.J. Bethel

High School Football: Some Friday games postponed due to weather
 10:35 p.m.: Weather forced many teams to postpone Week 2 games on Friday night, especially in southern counties in the Miami Valley, which experienced lightning delays. Here’s an updated list of postponed games. Centerville vs. Lakota West Chaminade Julienne vs. Woodward East Clinton vs. Cedarville Fairmont vs. Northmont Fort Loramie...

2:59 AM Saturday, Sep. 01, 2018

10:35 p.m.: Weather forced many teams to postpone Week 2 games on Friday night, especially in southern counties in the Miami Valley, which experienced lightning delays. Here’s an updated list of postponed games. Centerville vs. Lakota West Chaminade Julienne vs. Woodward East Clinton vs. Cedarville Fairmont vs. Northmont Fort Loramie...
Springfield murder-suicide: 3 teens hide as stepdad killed their mom, sister
 Three of Jennifer Sirons’ daughters hid upstairs as the murder-suicide at Quinlan Court was occurring on Tuesday night, according to a 9-1-1 call the city released Wednesday.  The teenagers were sisters of Andrea Heiser, 21, who with her mother, Jennifer, was shot to death by her stepfather Eric Sirons. He then shot himself to...

11:40 PM Wednesday, May. 16, 2018

Three of Jennifer Sirons’ daughters hid upstairs as the murder-suicide at Quinlan Court was occurring on Tuesday night, according to a 9-1-1 call the city released Wednesday.  The teenagers were sisters of Andrea Heiser, 21, who with her mother, Jennifer, was shot to death by her stepfather Eric Sirons. He then shot himself to...
Robinson Cano suspended 80 games for violating drug policy
 Robinson Cano, one of baseball’s biggest stars and second baseman for the Seattle Mariners, was suspended 80 games by Major League Baseball on Tuesday for violating the league’s performance-enhancing drug policy. The suspension, described by Bob Nightengale of USA Today “as one of the most stunning of the decade,&rdquo...

2:15 PM Tuesday, May. 15, 2018

Robinson Cano, one of baseball’s biggest stars and second baseman for the Seattle Mariners, was suspended 80 games by Major League Baseball on Tuesday for violating the league’s performance-enhancing drug policy. The suspension, described by Bob Nightengale of USA Today “as one of the most stunning of the decade,&rdquo...