The Springfield Shawnee Braves took on the Stebbins Indians in Springfield.
The Kenton Ridge Cougars hosted the Tippecanoe Red Devils.
Congratulations to the Waynesville Marching Band marching band they are this week’s Band of the Week.
Congratulations to the Beavercreek Cheerleaders as they are this week’s Operation Football Cheerleaders of the Week.
The undefeated Warriors hosted the Elks for the final game of the season.
Lindsay Patterson hosted the Operation Football Tailgate of the Week in Huber Heights as the Wayne Warriors took on the Centerville Elks.
Across the country, law enforcement is anticipating an uptick in the number of party-goers and trick-or-treaters.
Jersie Miller, 3, has cerebral palsy, but that does not stop her from doing everything any other toddler does. This includes dressing up for…
The all-volunteer squad has 17 members and is looking for at least ten more.
It will be Saturday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the company’s corporate headquarters.
Crime Stoppers is asking for tips in two unsolved homicide cases.
Major Mark Hoffman with the Middletown Police department says he can’t attribute the downward trend in crime to one thing.
A true tale of man (or woman’s) best friend.
Connie Apostelos was taken from the federal building by medics to an area hospital for unknown reasons after being arraigned Friday.
Comedian Guy Torry joins us to the run through the week’s hottest topics.
Dr. Jody Wright gives us the scoop about the candy buy-back program at Wright Smiles Pediatric Dentistry.
Brian Weltge from the Humane Society of Greater Dayton shows off Mufasa, a cute pooch who is in the Halloween spirit.