VERSAILLES, Ohio (WDTN) – A Darke County family who was in a Houston hospital when Harvey made landfall is heading back home. The Versailles…
Despite vaccination findings, some in the Miami Valley are debating the validity of the governments claims.
Dr. Ginger Cameron from Cedarville University talks about health concerns with the flood waters in Texas.
Executive Director of the United Rehabilitation Services, Dennis Grant, talks about the Rubber Duck Regatta event Saturday, September 16.
The American Red Cross has kicked off its “zero to hero” fast track training course to get people qualified to volunteer down in Texas.
Search and rescue teams from Ohio Task Force One have rescued hundreds of people in Texas.
The donation comes directly from the Heren Foundation, which is a charitable branch of the Fuyao.
The northbound side of interstate 75 near Dryden Road is now open after a truck incident early Thursday evening.
AAA Public Affairs Manager, Cindy Antrican, says there are two reasons why people in the Midwest can expect the surge in gas prices.
It’s luxury in the Miami Valley. Learn more about Soraya Farms and Design Homes.
With football season starting up, let Rusty Bucket do all the cooking for your party!
Now is the time to start prepping your lawn for next spring. The folks from Wenzler Landscape have tips to get you started.
From sports to great music and art. There are a lot of things happening for September’s, “First Friday”!
If you’ve always wanted to vacation in Alaska, here are some of the things you need to know before you plan your trip.
One of the areas biggest Labor Day weekend events is back. Find out what’s new this year’s Holiday at Home Festival.
Klosterman Bread is doing its part to help those effected by the storms in south Texas.