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Police have two confirmed reports of the marks but are still investigating this case.
Several people called 911 when they saw a car driving the wrong way on I-675 Monday night.
Three local high school students will be playing music through the streets of New York Thanksgiving Day.
Authorities have released the name of a man who was involved in a standoff in Trotwood.
Hundreds of Bishop Leibold students took an unconventional field trip Thursday.
West Carrollton could be the latest Miami Valley community to close its doors on the medical marijuana industry.
Organizers will discuss the high-profile matchups and coaches and sponsors will be on hand to talk about the event.
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The city offices were closed for Columbus Day, but many city employees still reported to work for the disaster training.
Friday marked the beginning of a new chapter for Sinclair Community College.
By fall of 2018, two families will be living in Habitat for Humanity homes built on land donated by the city.
Neighbors say a man dressed in all black opened fire inside the apartment before escaping.
Students at Dayton Public Schools went the extra mile to get to and from school Wednesday.
Governor Kasich believes we need gun advocates and those in favor of more laws to come together to discuss reasonable solutions.
“He was just holding his hip, and there’s a lot of blood it was just dripping down his leg, he had no shoes on either and there was blood al…
“Obviously nobody hopes for such a tragedy to occur in our environment but at the same time we have to be real and be prepared and this is w…