The man arrested in connection with the death of a Trotwood man was in court Wednesday afternoon for other charges.
Superintendent Rusty Clifford says repairs are still being made, but they are expected to be complete in time for classes Thursday.
Crews responded to the 5900 block of Tibet Drive around 10:15 a.m.
All you have to do is swipe your driver's license and your information is automatically filled out for you.
It will ask Dayton city leaders to withdraw the proposal and continue with the current water protection plan.
Fire investigators told 2 NEWS a candle was burning in the bedroom when a child knocked it over.
Ohio's emergency rooms plan to be busier than usual this flu season. Not because of Ebola, but rather patients thinking they may have it.
Efforts to tear down vacant homes in Dayton will soon get a boost from some federal funds.
The equipment is large and may cause delays for some motorists.
Officers raided the home at 645 Wellmeier Avenue around 2:00 p.m.