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Meth makes comeback in Dayton area
 Crystal meth has made a deadly comeback to the area. Last year, meth appeared as a a factor in the cause of death statements for 50 people in Montgomery County, more than triple the number from 2016, according to Montgomery County Coroner Kent Harshbarger. Local drug users say meth’s availability is nearly on par with heroin and fentanyl...

Posted: 12 days ago

Crystal meth has made a deadly comeback to the area. Last year, meth appeared as a a factor in the cause of death statements for 50 people in Montgomery County, more than triple the number from 2016, according to Montgomery County Coroner Kent Harshbarger. Local drug users say meth’s availability is nearly on par with heroin and fentanyl...
Beavercreek Schools: FedEx plane too expensive, Dayton takes ownership
 An airplane given to the Beavercreek City Schools by FedEx will now be used by Sinclair College students after the Greene County district found it would cost nearly $4 million to move and rehabilitate the plane. FedEx Express, the air division of the FedEx Corp., donated the plane to the Beavercreek schools in 2014 for use in science...

8:21 PM Thursday, Apr. 05, 2018

An airplane given to the Beavercreek City Schools by FedEx will now be used by Sinclair College students after the Greene County district found it would cost nearly $4 million to move and rehabilitate the plane. FedEx Express, the air division of the FedEx Corp., donated the plane to the Beavercreek schools in 2014 for use in science...
Trotwood superintendent seeks answers about impending GWOC breakup
 Answers. That’s all anyone interested in the impending breakup of the Greater Western Ohio Conference wants to hear. That would include Kevin Bell, the superintendent of Trotwood-Madison City Schools. That’s the school district and GWOC member identified as key in 10 member schools likely leaving and starting a league of their...

12:30 AM Friday, Feb. 09, 2018

Answers. That’s all anyone interested in the impending breakup of the Greater Western Ohio Conference wants to hear. That would include Kevin Bell, the superintendent of Trotwood-Madison City Schools. That’s the school district and GWOC member identified as key in 10 member schools likely leaving and starting a league of their...
Vandalia council to discuss ranges amid shooting grounds controversy
 The Miami Valley Shooting Grounds owner will need to obtain a new zoning designation from Vandalia before reopening his indoor range, and is prohibited from reopening the outdoor range at all, according to city documents. On Tuesday, city leaders will discuss the future of all other shooting range applications in Vandalia after implementing...

7:49 PM Monday, Dec. 11, 2017

The Miami Valley Shooting Grounds owner will need to obtain a new zoning designation from Vandalia before reopening his indoor range, and is prohibited from reopening the outdoor range at all, according to city documents. On Tuesday, city leaders will discuss the future of all other shooting range applications in Vandalia after implementing...
Local dog owners blame pet store for selling sick animals
 Two local women claim Petland sold them sick puppies after promising that they were healthy. They are among a number of people here in the Miami Valley and across the country making allegations against the national pet store chain based in Ohio. Courtney Miller, of Tipp City, said she found her German Shepherd, "Thor" at the Petland...

10:27 PM Thursday, Nov. 09, 2017

Two local women claim Petland sold them sick puppies after promising that they were healthy. They are among a number of people here in the Miami Valley and across the country making allegations against the national pet store chain based in Ohio. Courtney Miller, of Tipp City, said she found her German Shepherd, "Thor" at the Petland...
Gun range suit: Vandalia cop ‘retreated’ as bullets whizzed overhead
 A Vandalia police officer “retreated behind” his cruiser when responding to a call last week over errant bullets from the Miami Valley Shooting Grounds landing on a neighboring business’ property, according to a police report. The officer’s superior said it “was obvious … that the shooters were a threat...

4:25 PM Monday, Sep. 11, 2017

A Vandalia police officer “retreated behind” his cruiser when responding to a call last week over errant bullets from the Miami Valley Shooting Grounds landing on a neighboring business’ property, according to a police report. The officer’s superior said it “was obvious … that the shooters were a threat...
Little Miami River Water Rescue
Two people were rescued Saturday evening, May 20, 2017, from the Little Miami River in Sugarcreek Twp.

11:09 PM Saturday, May. 20, 2017

Two people were rescued Saturday evening, May 20, 2017, from the Little Miami River in Sugarcreek Twp.
Fairborn Infant Death
The death of an infant Sunday night, April 23, 2017, in Fairborn is under investigation.

2:30 AM Monday, Apr. 24, 2017

The death of an infant Sunday night, April 23, 2017, in Fairborn is under investigation.
Cincinnati club shooting: Dispute ‘escalated into shots being fired’
 The investigation into the shooting inside a crowded Cincinnati night club that killed one and wounded 15 others early Sunday morning will take a long time, said Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley. No arrests had been made as of Sunday evening, and Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac couldn’t confirm if any of the possible shooters were...

11:15 PM Sunday, Mar. 26, 2017

The investigation into the shooting inside a crowded Cincinnati night club that killed one and wounded 15 others early Sunday morning will take a long time, said Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley. No arrests had been made as of Sunday evening, and Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac couldn’t confirm if any of the possible shooters were...
Enon Road shooting
Scene from reported fatal shooting in Miami Twp., near Yellow Springs in Greene County. Jan. 15, 2017. CAROLINE REINWALD / STAFF

11:54 PM Friday, Mar. 10, 2017

Scene from reported fatal shooting in Miami Twp., near Yellow Springs in Greene County. Jan. 15, 2017. CAROLINE REINWALD / STAFF
Winds topple trees, cut power across region
 Quick mid-afternoon storms ripped at least two dozen trees from the ground Saturday, striking several homes across the Miami Valley and cutting power for about 21,000 customers. “By far the biggest impact we saw from these storms were the winds,” said Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Brett Collar. “We had radar-estimated winds...

11:37 PM Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016

Quick mid-afternoon storms ripped at least two dozen trees from the ground Saturday, striking several homes across the Miami Valley and cutting power for about 21,000 customers. “By far the biggest impact we saw from these storms were the winds,” said Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Brett Collar. “We had radar-estimated winds...
Winds topple trees, cut power across region
Saturday afternoon storms downed power lines and trees across the Miami Valley, including here on South Commerce Street in Lewisburg, Preble County. CAROLINE REINWALD / STAFF

11:37 PM Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016

Saturday afternoon storms downed power lines and trees across the Miami Valley, including here on South Commerce Street in Lewisburg, Preble County. CAROLINE REINWALD / STAFF
Dayton weekend sporting events ready for heat
Like children, pets should not be left inside parked vehicles when it’s hot outside, even if the windows are slightly rolled down. CAROLINE REINWALD / STAFF

8:42 PM Friday, Jul. 22, 2016

Like children, pets should not be left inside parked vehicles when it’s hot outside, even if the windows are slightly rolled down. CAROLINE REINWALD / STAFF
Anti-violence rally held in Dayton
Hundreds of people from around the Dayton region gathered and marched in downtown Dayton on Sunday to rally for justice following officer-involved shootings covered by national media last week. CAROLINE REINWALD / STAFF

11:10 PM Sunday, Jul. 10, 2016

Hundreds of people from around the Dayton region gathered and marched in downtown Dayton on Sunday to rally for justice following officer-involved shootings covered by national media last week. CAROLINE REINWALD / STAFF
Anti-violence rally held in Dayton
Hundreds of people from around the Dayton region gathered and marched in downtown Dayton on Sunday to rally for justice following officer-involved shootings covered by national media last week. CAROLINE REINWALD / STAFF

11:10 PM Sunday, Jul. 10, 2016

Hundreds of people from around the Dayton region gathered and marched in downtown Dayton on Sunday to rally for justice following officer-involved shootings covered by national media last week. CAROLINE REINWALD / STAFF
Anti-violence rally held in Dayton
Hundreds of people from around the Dayton region gathered and marched in downtown Dayton on Sunday to rally for justice following officer-involved shootings covered by national media last week. CAROLINE REINWALD / STAFF

11:10 PM Sunday, Jul. 10, 2016

Hundreds of people from around the Dayton region gathered and marched in downtown Dayton on Sunday to rally for justice following officer-involved shootings covered by national media last week. CAROLINE REINWALD / STAFF
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