The suspect ran away from police Wednesday afternoon. Police say he pulled a semi-automatic pistol from his waistband in the 1600 block of W…
2 NEWS caught up with a delivery driver who had a truck window shattered by a rock thrown from an overpass at Keowee Street and Interstate 7…
A Dayton mother is accused of being drunk with her 7-month-old baby lying on her.
Investigators said they are investigating the suspicious item and planned to take it elsewhere for more inquiry.
Dayton's Muslim community comes together to give back and mark the end of Ramadan.
Storm Team 2 says scattered storms could produce small hail as they move through.
Alpine Metal Finishing was gutted by fire nearly two weeks ago.
Kids are in the garden to help those who need food this summer.
The nation's acting top doctor says young people need to heed warnings about the sun.
The state on Wednesday announced a second fine against the private vendor that took over the job of feeding inmates last year as the company…
Randy Ray Trammell, 27, was wanted for failing to register a change of address as required by law.
Police say the man was doing repair work in the 1700 block of Woodman Drive Tuesday evening.
The 14-year-old girl denied the assault charge against her.
Police were called to 633 West Grand Avenue just after 11:00 a.m. on the report of a dog bite.
Emerson Climate Technologies and the University of Dayton announced the $35-million global technology innovation center Wednesday morning.
Someone returned the dog to its Sugarcreek Township home. They put Cooper inside a utility room.
The recall covers 883,000 cars from the 2011 through 2014 model years.
It is holding a job fair today to get those jobs filled.
2 NEWS Investigates: During our investigation into ODOT's stolen and missing items we came across a thief's dream.
Whaley says that if the federal government asks for help, the city has an obligation to consider it. One spot offered is a former Navy Reser…
2 NEWS looks at the safety of using a helicopter for tree trimming after one crashes in West Liberty Tuesday.
The story behind how Oakwood residents are now able to use their city's name instead of Dayton on mail.
Champaign County is implementing a first-of-its-kind program to help keep residents safe.
Ohio education officials say new tests for graduation in Ohio are designed to be more challenging.
Neighbors have mixed feelings about housing undocumented children in their own neighborhoods.
The Christian Life Center says the Ebola outbreak will not deter them from heading to Africa on a mission trip at least for right now.
Summer is the season in which Monnin Fruit Farm is typically booming, but construction is majorly impacting its business.
Mad River School District gets help from local church.
You’re invited to a painting party complete with wine and music for the First Friday event at Studio Meco.
Dr. Carol Morgan from WSU shares her tips on coping with negativity from friends and/or family members.