Holy Tabernacle Christian Center on North Second Street opened its doors for the first time today since renovations.
Dayton police are investigating after two people show up with gunshot wounds at a hospital.
Two men were taken to the hospital after a three-vehicle crash in Dayton.
Police are investigating after a man is shot and killed in Trotwood.
A Darke County woman was taken to the hospital after a motorcycle accident in Greenville.
Until a new law was passed this spring, it was against the law in Ohio for firefighters or emergency responders to provide basic first aid t…
Ohio State’s men’s soccer coach says one of his players drowned while swimming with some of his teammates at a lake outside Columbus.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich has signed executive orders to help low-income families, fund after-school programs and expand access to addiction tre…
An Ohio school district is nearing completion on its newly renovated John Legend Theater, and officials are trying to determine how it will …
One person has been shot in the back, Dayton police say.
Stacey Kozel was wheelchair bound just a few months ago. Now she’s hiking the Appalachian Trial thanks to high-tech braces
Dayton Power and Light and Duke Energy are both working to get the lights back on for customers who lost power in Thursday’s storms.
Two Senate reports find that Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications are overcharging their customers.
Authorities are stepping up patrols of Ohio boating locations in an effort to reduce alcohol- and drug-related accidents and deaths.
The State Highway Patrol says the crashes happened Thursday evening on the Ohio Turnpike in Fulton County.
Damage caused by Thursday’s early morning storm left many residents and businesses without power.
Fuyao has invested $450 million into setting up its auto glass production facility at the plant. That’s an average of $25-30 million a month…
Howling winds took over much of the Miami Valley early Thursday morning. The gusts shoved over several trees onto homes on Pennyroal Road in…
“‘In her college application essay she wrote, “I have always felt a profound respect and deep love for the earth . . .'”
The city’s Community Room at the Municipal Building at 320 W. Central will remain open until Midnight.
Nickolai Gray was scheduled to be sentenced Thursday, but his attorney reportedly never showed up
He is formally indicted Thursday on three counts of aggravated arson and one count of arson.