The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake had a magnitude of 7.1 and was centered near the Puebla state town of Raboso, about 76 miles south…
A local college band is marching its way to New York to make its first appearance in a national parade.
Dayton Community-Police Relations Coordinator Jared Grandy says what happens nationally has an impact locally in Dayton.
A Dayton-based non-profit is hoping to help hurricane victims get back on their feet with some new shoes and other supplies.
Homicide detectives were at the scene of a vacant house in Dayton where the dead body was found Friday.
Thursday, a trailer and a truck full of water, food, cleaners and other supplies left Xenia and made its way to Florida.
The district received failing grades in graduation rates and preparing graduating classes to succeed.
The city of Dayton thinks it has what it takes to convince an online retail giant to put down stakes here.
Here’s where you can find a limited supply of strawberry donuts on sale.
Police have not made any arrests in this case.
Some in the Miami Valley aren’t content donating supplies and money to hurricane victims. Tuesday, dozens of volunteered signed up to donate…
First responders will receive free admission to the Newport Aquarium from September 11 to 17.
Storm Team 2 Meteorologist Tara Hastings says the cloud coverage in the Miami Valley is from Hurricane Irma.
From prayer services and 5-K runs to community gatherings, Americans took time to honor those who died 16 years ago.
A national dog rescue program with ties to the Miami Valley says Texas shelters are overflowing and they are stepping in to help.
“Minimal damage. Big hunk of tree just caught the gutter, missed the air conditioner. It could have been so much worse,” Jan said.
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