The outdoor warning siren policy at the Regional Dispatch Center has now changed.
More stories by Meteorologist Tara Hastings
Double check your smoke and CO detector batteries this weekend.
Leaf piles should be along the curb but not in the street.
Haunted Classic soccer tournament now in its ninth year.
A soggy Saturday night and Sunday brought many areas 1-2 inches of rain.
Local boy scouts show us how to properly start a campfire.
After a warm and windy day thunderstorms move through the area tonight.
Dayton will see about 90 percent of the sun covered by the moon during the total solar eclipse.
PJ Grandinette’s wish to go to Disney World and Legoland was granted earlier this month.
This will be the first solar eclipse in the Dayton area since 1994.
PJ loves weather and is excited to go to Florida with his family.
Scattered showers will be possible tonight and tomorrow.
New disaster warning sirens may be in place as early as next year.
Gabriel’s Gowns began when a Toledo couple lost their son Gabriel in 2013.
Very muggy conditions today with showers and thunderstorms possible.
Vandalia is hoping to help the bee population.
Applying sunscreen before heading out the door can help prevent sunburns.