The intruder who climbed a fence made it farther inside the White House than the Secret Service has publicly acknowledged.
After a tour of the base, 2 NEWS asked him what he thinks the impact could be and whether the cuts can be avoided.
Toxins left behind from algae fouled the water for 400,000 people in the Toledo area.
Residents are concerned about the condition of Thomas Cloud Park, and playground equipment that could be dangerous for children.
Qualifying races were run Monday night to test the new racetrack and racing systems.
Clark County deputies credit watchful neighbors for two theft arrests.
One of Clark County's largest employers, Assurant, is cutting 75 jobs.
The Airstream plant in Shelby County is slated for $5.9 million to expansion, according to our partners at the Dayton Business Journal.
The Bengals defensive lineman spent most of his bye week with his 4-year-old daughter Leah, who had surgery to remove a tumor from her abdom…
A divided Supreme Court has put off the start of early voting in Ohio, which had been set to begin Tuesday.
Police say the victim was southbound on Crestway Drive when his car drifted across the lanes, went through a fence and hit a tree.
The teenage mother missing along with her two-week-old baby have been found and have been returned safely to her foster home.
The bomb squad was called to Washington Park on the city's east side.
Former 2 NEWS Chief Meteorologist, Carl Nichols, and Marsha, from Hospice of Dayton, share the details on this year’s, Bowl for Hospice, eve…
The King of Rock and Roll lives again, live, on-stage, through an Elvis Tribute Artist performing at the Schuster Center.
Brandon Moxley, 24, is charged with aggravated murder in the death of 29-year-old Rodney Frost.
It’s Breakfast Week on Living Dayton! Clifton Mill joins us to show their breakfast recipes.
“Dr. Roz MD” talks about the many benefits of Vitamin D.
Shaun gets suited-up and takes us on a journey to a local artisan beef jerky store. Meet the “No Name Cowboy”, Dave Buehrle, and his many fl…
Steven Lewis, from Channel 999, talks about how you can still re-live the iHeart Radio Music Festival on Dayton’s CW tonight and tomorrow.
A Detective from the Dayton Police Department sends out a debt scam warning happening in the area.