The federal government shutdown means uncertainty for many people at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base about when they will be returning to wo…
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A government shutdown could have a major impact on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
Saturday marks one year since a student shot two of his classmates at West Liberty-Salem High School.
Leaders of several neighborhood organizations in northwest Dayton say they’re worried about the plans for Good Samaritan Hospital to shut do…
The announcement by Premier Health to close Good Samaritan Hospital has several businesses in the neighborhood concerned.
The proposed ordinance would ban people from feeding animals like deer and feral cats.
Authorities in Miami County have charged the victim’s husband, 57-year-old Randy Freels, with murder.
The frigid weather hasn’t stopped some skaters from getting on the ice at RiverScape MetroPark.
More than 2,100 people have been hospitalized for flu statewide, according to state health officials.
Since midnight Friday, AAA’s crews have responded to more than 400 drivers in the greater Dayton area.
With the frigid temperatures, officials at local animal shelters say they’re getting more calls about pets being left outside in the cold.
For the first time, all 100 fourth graders at Versailles Elementary School have been learning how to perform hands-only CPR.
With slick sidewalks and flu cases on the rise in the Miami Valley, local paramedics are staying busy in the bitter cold.
For the past eight months, United Healthcare patients were out-of-network at Premier, forcing many people to find new doctors.
After a serious sledding accident in Tipp City Saturday that sent a boy to the hospital, first responders are reminding people of ways to st…
State Police are urging drivers to be extra careful this weekend, especially over New Year’s Eve and Day when more people may be on the road…
The Huber Heights Fire Division is ordering about 100 new hoods, two for each firefighter, which is being funded by a state grant.