Businessman, radio journalist and 1963 alumnus Josh Smith presented Central State University with a $1 million gift Tuesday.
Central State University will announce a major contribution Tuesday.
There is growing pressure on the military to investigate and combat sexual assaults.
Major Eric Spicer has been on paid administrative leave since a July 2013 officer-involved shooting that left a Yellow Springs man dead.
Demolition of a Xenia landmark started Monday as the chimney stack at the former Hooven and Allison Cordage Company was demolished.
CEDARVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) – Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is home in Cedarville after a brief hospital stay.
The move comes within days of the sheriff receiving the findings of an internal investigation conducted by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s office, at the request of Sheriff Fischer.
A large plot of land, formerly the Dille property, has had most of the trees removed from the property. Developers are preparing the site for Costco to move in to the lot.
Why should you care if a meth lab is in your neighborhood? We called experts to get you answers.
A woman told Fairborn Police she was robbed at gunpoint Thursday night near Wright State University.
While in the house, firefighters saw items that are consistent with the manufacturing of methamphetamine, Fairborn Police told 2 NEWS.
A plan to develop “high-end rentals” in Beavercreek has come to a halt.
A bad joke that for years has turned one neighborhood into a punchline is now getting a rewrite.
Residents of Beavercreek City Schools will be pleased to learn that the district will receive $492,051.90 in energy efficiency rebates from Dayton Power & Light.
A proposed housing development wants to give retirees a home without the burdens that come along with it.