For the first time this season, salts trucks were out in the City of Dayton Friday.
Nearly 50 Dayton Public School children were treated to a lunch and gifts from Santa Claus.
Salt trucks are already out Thursday in some Miami Valley cities, pre-treating the roads before this weekend’s potential snow.
The Red Cross is warning people to get prepared for the cold weather right now, before any potential snow hits.
Wednesday, people here at home got the chance to view a special piece of Pearl Harbor history at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.
With temperatures dropping, young children are now at a greater risk of catching what can be a serious respiratory virus called RSV.
RTA drivers came together Tuesday to get their voices heard. This comes after drivers voted to go on strike in November.
A family is reeling after the deaths of a young mother and her two young girls dead after wildfires scorch their home in Gatlinburg, Tenness…
A Trotwood community came together Friday to officially send off the football team to the State Championships in Columbus.
Since October, the Dayton Police Department has been working to recruit qualified men and women to the force.
A recent move to a new location has a company doubling its size in Dayton.
The Dayton City Commission approved a multi-million dollar deal to upgrade Dayton International Airport at Wednesday night’s meeting.
The OSU attack can be tough to explain to young children, especially since the violence happened so close to home.
Crews were called out just after 5:00 p.m. Sunday to the intersection of Xenia and Linden Avenues.
An apartment fire displaced at least a dozen families Saturday. It happened at the Western Manor Apartments in the 1900 block of James H. Mc…
Tens of thousands of people kicked off the holiday season at Downtown Dayton’s Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Friday.
The tree lighting will take place at 7:45 p.m. Following the tree lighting, the Children’s Parade takes place along Main Street. The festiva…