A Dayton man now knows that U.S. Marshals will go to any lengths to get their man.
Former Veterans Affairs employee Neil Moore, of Trotwood, is due in a Dayton courtroom Friday.
An attorney for Crawford’s family says they want to be part of what he calls a “national conversation on police misconduct.”
Police remind you to designate a sober driver if you plan to drink.
Troopers say Brian Melampy lost control on Astoria Road late Thursday night and hit a sign.
The children who perished are a 7-year-old boy and two girls ages 10 and 12.
Students at Dixie Elementary School are getting an unplanned three-day weekend.
Woolpert Inc. and Oak Engineering will be working on several projects at the new plant located at the old GM building in Moraine.
Dayton police adhere to Department of Justice new racial profile policy
A former major with the Greene County Sheriff’s Office took the stand day for charges of 7 felony crimes and forgery.