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Wright State University welcomed a new class of freshmen to campus Thursday, as students asked the really important questions — where’s the laundry and how do I get cable TV — and parents hoped their students were prepared to live on their own.

Dan Bertsos, director of residence life at WSU, said the first 1,500 families were dropping off freshmen in advance of classes starting Monday. Five hundred student, faculty and staff volunteers helped them find their way to their residence halls.


Doctor suspended for asking job applicant to disrobe

Doctor suspended for asking job applicant to disrobe

Dr. Craig Whitaker Johnson, a Miami Valley pediatrician whose license was suspended in 2014 for sexual misconduct, can reapply for an Ohio medical license this fall after completing courses on personal and professional ethics approved by the State Medical Board of Ohio.

Johnson’s suspension resulted from a January 2012 incident in which he asked a then 23-year-old female patient during a job interview to disrobe for a physical exam as part of her screening for a clerical position at his now closed Middletown office, where he had practiced since 1985.

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>>>EXCLUSIVE: Ohio doctors kept practicing after sexual misconduct

>>> COMPLETE SERIES: Find the entire AJC investigation


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On his 75th birthday, Orville Wright humbly on auto-pilot

Days before Orville Wright would celebrate his 75th birthday on August 19, 1946, Dayton Herald reporter Marj Heyduck interviewed him for a story commemorating the occasion.

“When you reach 75, birthdays aren’t so unusual anymore. That’s especially true when you celebrate two birthdays a year,” Wright said, referring to the first successful flight at Kitty Hawk, N.C., made in 1903 by Orville and his late brother, Wilbur.

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Expert: Spike in heroin overdoses may be result of more daring addicts

A spike in heroin overdoses in Cincinnati could be the result of more daring addicts, according to a Butler County law enforcement officer.

Police are continuing to investigate sources of the heroin that led to at least 22 overdoses in a matter of a few hours Tuesday.

A typical day sees four overdoses in the entire city, police said.

The availability of Narcan has in some ways made addicts more daring, because it can be used to counteract heroin if they overdose, said Sgt. Jason Owens of the Butler County Undercover Regional Narcotics Taskforce.

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Aviation alliance seeks Wright factory

An organization responsible for preserving sites key to aviation history is negotiating for the purchase of the former Wright factory buildings in Dayton, the world’s first purpose-built manufacturing site for airplanes.

Home Avenue Redevelopment, the private entity that owns the factory buildings and surrounding 54 acres of property, is negotiating with the National Aviation Heritage Alliance on the purchase.

“This is a multi-step process,” Sculimbrene said.


2 new Submarine House restaurants will be chain’s largest

2 new Submarine House restaurants will be chain’s largest

A new Submarine House sports bar and grill in Huber Heights that we first told you about in January is a couple of weeks away from opening, and another new Submarine House coming to Washington Twp. is scheduled to open this fall, Brody Danner, the chain’s co-owner, said today.

“Both stores will be our biggest to date and will be designed and constructed along the lines of our new brand,” Danner said.


Sam Hubbard ready to be starter for Ohio State Buckeyes

Sam Hubbard ready to be starter for Ohio State Buckeyes

A reporter called Sam Hubbard “Joey” Wednesday night. Hubbard shook off the mistake. He’ll have to get used to the comparisons.

Even on a team with Joey Bosa’s younger brother Nick, Hubbard is the player most likely — this season at least — to remind fans of the All-American defensive lineman who now sits in limbo as an unsigned draft pick of the San Diego Chargers.



Massive industrial property in West Dayton to be sold

An out-of-state investment firm that plans to purchase a large industrial property in West Dayton contends it can be renovated and attract new tenants after years of disuse.

Wisconsin-based Phoenix Investors proposes spending millions of dollars to rehab the former McCall’s printing site at 2333 McCall St. near the DeSoto Bass housing project.

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An Olympic medalist was killed in his back yard. 7 years later, his wife has been sentenced for murder.

An Olympic medalist was killed in his back yard. 7 years later, his wife has been sentenced for murder.

Six gunshots shattered the southern California night, each one separated by a second-long pause.







In the silence that followed, Jane Laut dialed 911. It was just after midnight.

“Somebody … somebody was in our back yard,” she told the dispatcher, audibly gasping for breath during the Aug. 28, 2009 call, obtained by CBS News


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