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BREAKING: Pike County Sheriff issues alert about criminal gang, heroin

8 quirky facts you might not know about Dayton’s suburbs

What do Johnny Appleseed, canned ham shaped trailers and concrete lions have in common?  All of them have a story related to the Miami Valley. Here’s a look at 8 intriguing anecdotes from our communities:  1. Englewood: Lookalike letters. The original name for Englewood, founded in 1841, was Harrisburg. After a few years it was renamed Iamton after Harvey Iams, the first postmaster...


You won’t believe the secret ingredient in these new brownies from 2nd Street Market

You won’t believe the secret ingredient in these new brownies from 2nd Street Market

“An open mind and an open palate” — that’s all Casey Moninghoff is asking for. But that’s still a big ask for at least some of the customers of who meandered past his vendor booth yesterday at the 2nd Street Market in downtown Dayton. The passersby would pause to consider the tempting plate of brownie samples that rested on the table in front of Moninghoff&rsquo...
Dayton Flyers 2018 recruiting update: One of team’s top targets visits campus

Dayton Flyers 2018 recruiting update: One of team’s top targets visits campus

The Dayton Flyers may have only one scholarship open in 2018. That hasn’t slowed the coaches their recruiting efforts. Over the weekend, one of the top-rated 2018 recruits to be offered a scholarship by UD, Versailles senior Justin Ahrens, was on campus for a Dayton team camp. Ahrens, a 6-foot-5 forward who ranks 126th in the class, according to Rivals.com, decommitted from Ohio State earlier...
Vectren Dayton Air Show: 5 things to know on Monday

Vectren Dayton Air Show: 5 things to know on Monday

After the cancellation of the Air Force Thunderbirds as the headline act, the Vectren Dayton Air Show saw a significant drop in spectator attendance compared to years past. While the Thunderbirds did not fly Sunday, the 2017 show featured 10 other performances, air show organizers said — drawing large crowds under cloudless, blue skies on both Saturday and Sunday. Here’s what to know today...
Free meals for a year, other giveaways Wednesday at new Raising Cane’s

Free meals for a year, other giveaways Wednesday at new Raising Cane’s

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers will throw in some promotional perks and some swag on Wednesday when it opens its first Dayton-area restaurant at 1136 Miamisburg-Centerville Road in Washington Twp. The Facebook event page for the 10:30 a.m. grand opening describes it as “one party you don’t want to miss” and promises “prizes, giveaways, music, and more.” The first...
Summer dangers: 6 pests, missteps and threats to watch out for

Summer dangers: 6 pests, missteps and threats to watch out for

A tick species that could leave you allergic to meat has now spread to Ohio. A bite from the Lone Star tick may make people sensitive to the sugar compound alpha-galactose, or alpha-gal, found in meat from mammals, research has shown.  Symptoms can range from swelling, to a rash, to a dangerous anaphylactic reaction a few hours after eating beef, pork and lamb.  Warming temperatures...
Professor fired after criticizing Warmbier and ‘white clueless males’

Professor fired after criticizing Warmbier and ‘white clueless males’

A Delaware adjunct college professor who said on social media that Otto Warmbier’s “cluelessness” got him killed found her remarks got her fired from her job. On her personal Facebook page, Kathy Dettwyler, a former adjunct professor at the University of Delaware, wrote that Warmbier situation was “typical of a mindset of a lot of the young, white, rich, clueless males who...
Local finance director to retire after 3 decades of service

Local finance director to retire after 3 decades of service

The finance director for the city of Xenia is retiring after three decades of public service. Mark Bazelak started his career as a finance clerk in March 1984 and is set to retire at the end of July. The 1979 Xenia High School graduate was promoted to assistant finance director in October 1988 and served in that role until county commissioners appointed him to the head finance position in September...
Legendary former Franklin coach eager to take over Fenwick program

Legendary former Franklin coach eager to take over Fenwick program

John Aregood thought he was done being a head coach, but returning in an interim fashion didn’t sound so bad. The legendary former Franklin High School football coach joined Joe Snively’s staff at Fenwick before Snively unexpectedly resigned in May, and now Falcons athletic director Michael Coleman has named Aregood as the interim head coach for this season. He brings an impressive 121-59...
Fairborn police sergeant graduates from leadership academy

Fairborn police sergeant graduates from leadership academy

A Fairborn Police Department sergeant graduated from an Ohio State Highway Patrol academy alongside 30 other Ohio law enforcement officers. Sgt. Ben Roman graduated 11-week from the Public Leadership Academy. NEWS: Read more Fairborn news The course is hosted by the Ohio State Highway Patrol Training Academy through a partnership with the Ohio State University - John Glenn College of Public Affairs...
Recruiting roundup: 2 more area players pick Big Ten schools

Recruiting roundup: 2 more area players pick Big Ten schools

Two more pairs of teammates have announced where they are going to play their college football since our last recruiting roundup.  Mason offensive lineman Eric Miller got it started June 17 when he announced he will play in the Big Ten at Purdue.  New Boilermakers coach Jeff Brohm has 14 commits already, including three players from Ohio. The class is ranked 10th in the Big Ten but 43rd...
Track star Alysia Montano competes while five months pregnant

Track star Alysia Montano competes while five months pregnant

Track star Alysia Montano competed in the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championship five months into her pregnancy on Thursday. Montano clocked 2 minutes 21.4 seconds in the 800 meter at Sacramento State’s Horney Stadium in the 110-degree heat. Montano, 31, finished her two laps 19 seconds behind the winning time. While Thursday’s event was inspiring, this isn’t the first time Montano...
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to keynote Dayton cancer symposium

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to keynote Dayton cancer symposium

NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is coming to Dayton as part of a Premier Health cancer symposium. The free event, “Collaborating Against Cancer,” will happen from 7:30 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. July 15, at the Dayton Convention Center, 22 E. Fifth St. Physicians and other health care providers will discuss advances in cancer care to patients, families and the general public, Premier said in an...
Michael Martinez back with the Indians ... again

Michael Martinez back with the Indians ... again

He’s back again: The Cleveland Indians added utility man Michael Martinez to a minor league deal on Sunday. He was assigned to Triple-A Columbus.  Martinez is a major league journeyman, he most recently played for the Tampa Bay Rays. The Rays designated Martinez for assignment a week ago, and it didn’t take the 34-year-old long to find a new - or rather old - home.  This will...
Harrison Twp. man, 64, faces charges of sex acts with 14-year-old girl

Harrison Twp. man, 64, faces charges of sex acts with 14-year-old girl

A 64-year-old Harrison Twp. man faces federal charges related to alleged sex crimes against a 14-year-old girl, including taking her across state lines to have sex in his semi truck. William H. Sparks faces two charges each of coercion and enticement and transportation of minors for sex, according to a complaint filed in Dayton’s U.S. District Court. If convicted, three of the charges carry...
Reds minor league pitching prospects will face Tim Tebow

Reds minor league pitching prospects will face Tim Tebow

Tim Tebow is returning to Florida.  The New York Mets promoted the former NFL quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner at Florida to Advanced-A St. Lucie. The outfielder hit .222 with 69 strikeouts in 63 games for the Single-A Columbia (S.C.) Fireflies. Tebow moves on the Florida State League, where the Cincinnati Reds’ minor league club, the Daytona Tortugas are 34-35 in the North Division...
Kroger, county partner on drug disposal bags to fight opioid overdoses

Kroger, county partner on drug disposal bags to fight opioid overdoses

Local Kroger pharmacies are partnering with service agencies on an effort to reduce opiate misuse in the community. People picking up opiate prescriptions at 13 Kroger pharmacies will be given a drug disposal bag that allows for safe deactivation of unwanted pills and can be thrown in the trash. Seventy-five percent of heroin addicts used prescription opioids before turning to heroin, according to...
Road reopens after record rainfall led to flooding, damages

Road reopens after record rainfall led to flooding, damages

Crews are making repairs after record rainfall on Friday damaged roads in Greene County.  Washington Mill Road reopened today to traffic at Graff Mill Road after rainfall flooded the road and washed away pavement and gravel. The Dayton-area rainfall record was shattered for June 23. Nearly 3 inches of rain was recorded in a 24-hour period at the Dayton International Airport. The previous record...
Cozart has shrinking but still sizable lead in All-Star voting

Cozart has shrinking but still sizable lead in All-Star voting

With fewer than four days remaining in voting for the All-Star Game, the Cincinnati Reds’ Zack Cozart leads National League shortstops with 1,915,806 votes. Cozart has been on the disabled list since June 19 with a strained right quad. His lead over Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager shrunk from 321,560 to 258,074 in the last week. Cozart is seeking to become a first-time All-Star, the first Red...
Deputies: Dive team requested after vehicle found submerged in pond

Deputies: Dive team requested after vehicle found submerged in pond

Deputies continue to wait for a dive team to respond to the scene where a car was found submerged in a pond on Ohio 725 in Preble County Monday.  Investigators said they received a call of a vehicle in a pond in the 3700 block of Ohio 725 in Preble County around 12:45 p.m.  Michael Spitler, Chief Deputy with the Preble County Sheriff’s Office said investigators believe the incident...
Miamisburg High School alumni group plans golf outing fundraiser

Miamisburg High School alumni group plans golf outing fundraiser

Miamisburg High School Alumni Association is holding its golf outing July 28 at Pipestone Golf Course. The cost is $75 per player or $300 a team for the 8 a.m. event, whose main sponsor is Waibel Energy Systems. Entry fee includes a light breakfast,18 holes of golf, cart, lunch and two beverage tickets. RELATED: Miamisburg alum becomes new trustee The outings has several sponsors, but sponsorships...
Pike County murders: Reward for killers increases slightly

Pike County murders: Reward for killers increases slightly

The reward for information leading to arrests in the Pike County murders of eight people slightly increased in the two months since authorities asked the public for help raising money. The reward — set at $10,000 before the request — is now $11,365. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s spokesman, Dan Tierney, confirmed the reward’s increase. MORE: Bigger reward is sought for...
How to watch former Flyers Scoochie Smith, Charles Cooke in NBA Summer League

How to watch former Flyers Scoochie Smith, Charles Cooke in NBA Summer League

Former Dayton Flyers point guard Scoochie Smith will play for the Boston Celtics in the NBA Summer League at the Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, starting July 3. Another former Flyer, guard Charles Cooke, will play for the Minnesota Timberwolves in the NBA Summer League at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. His first game is July 8. Smith and Cooke signed as undrafted free agents after...
Report: Uber driver robbed after collision

Report: Uber driver robbed after collision

DAYTON — A local Uber driver was robbed at gunpoint after a vehicle collision in the 1700 block of Vancouver Drive on Sunday, according to a city police report. Dayton police were dispatched around 12:24 a.m. for a aggravated robbery complaint.  The Uber driver told police he was traveling on Vancouver Drive to pick up a customer. He told police he may have struck the rear of a vehicle...
Kettering mayor named new board member for state group

Kettering mayor named new board member for state group

Kettering Mayor Don Patterson was appointed as a board member to the Ohio Mayor’s Alliance, after receiving nomination from Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley. Whaley nominated Patterson after informing the membership she was stepping down from the board in preparation for her gubernatorial run. FOLLOW: Tre Hogue on Twitter and Facebook “Mayors and elected leaders from different parts of the state...
Former pro baseball player's son hospitalized after being hit in face with baseball

Former pro baseball player's son hospitalized after being hit in face with baseball

The son of former Atlanta Braves second baseman Keith Lockhart has been placed on life support after he was hit in the face by a baseball, according to media reports. >> Read more trending news Jason Lockhart, 15, was hit Saturday, June 17, during a baseball tournament in South Carolina as he touched home plate. The catcher was throwing the ball back to the pitcher when it hit Jason in the face...
Dayton’s Nan Whaley one of Politico’s ‘7 mayors to watch’

Dayton’s Nan Whaley one of Politico’s ‘7 mayors to watch’

Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley received some national attention this week when Politico named her as one of seven U.S. mayors who are rising stars. Politico published an article about America’s 11 most interesting mayors, which included a sidebar about seven mayors to watch. Whaley was among the “mayors going places,” a list that included Ron Corbett, mayor of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Kasim...
Reds’ Finnegan returns from disabled list

Reds’ Finnegan returns from disabled list

The Cincinnati Reds made three roster moves Monday before a makeup game against the Cardinals in St. Louis. • The Reds reinstated from the 60-day disabled list pitcher Brandon Finnegan. He will start the 4:15 p.m. game Monday. The Reds have won 14 of their last 22 games against the Cardinals. Finnegan, who was sidelined with a shoulder injury, was 0-0 with a 3.00 ERA in three rehab starts in...
NEW JOBS: CareSource hosts hiring event Wednesday

NEW JOBS: CareSource hosts hiring event Wednesday

If you’re looking for a job in the health care customer service business, Dayton-based CareSource would like a word with you. CareSource is hosting a hiring event for customer care advocates Wednesday at Sinclair Community College. RELATED: New health care act could cost this region billions, study shows The event will be 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Sinclair’s building 12 conference center...
City will tear down 5 more Fairborn houses

City will tear down 5 more Fairborn houses

The city of Fairborn continues to tear down residential properties. This next round of demolitions includes five properties at 331 Mann Ave., 627 Fairfield Ave., 1553 Miami Ave., 1025 Columbia Ave., and 1052 Columbia Ave. FOLLOW: Will Garbe on Facebook and Twitter Combined, the properties are $15,410 behind on taxes, according to Greene County property records. The city intends to solicit bids for...
Police: man overdoses on heroin in Dayton church

Police: man overdoses on heroin in Dayton church

DAYTON — City officers issued drug-related citations to a 24-year-old man after receiving reports he overdosed on heroin inside the Son of Light Church on Sunday, according to a Dayton police incident report.  Dayton police were dispatched around 12:26 p.m. to 519 Nordale Avenue for a reported drug overdose. John Morgan, of Dayton, was on the church bathroom floor when officers arrived...
Miamisburg shopping center sells for $3M

Miamisburg shopping center sells for $3M

A shopping center in Miamisburg has sold for approximately $3 million. The 100,000-square-foot Rand Plaza Shopping Center is located at 27 S. Alex Road at the corner of Ohio 725. The center is currently leased to approximately 13 tenants including Dollar General, H&R Block, Cassano’s and the Community Health Center. The buyer and seller were represented by Vic Green Realty, and the Dayton Daily...
Trees to be cut down on commercial development site in Xenia

Trees to be cut down on commercial development site in Xenia

Greene County is looking to clear-cut more than 16 acres of trees to make room for commercial development. A total of 155 acres is slated for development on the property, located along Innovation Way which parallels U.S. 35 east of Ohio 380 in Xenia. The county is seeking bids from contractors to harvest the trees and the sealed proposals will be opened on the deadline day July 18. The goal in cutting...
Vacant house damaged in morning fire

Vacant house damaged in morning fire

Firefighters are investigating the cause of a Monday morning fire at a vacant house on Fountain Avenue in Dayton.  Initial reports indicated the fire was found on the outside of the structure, but firefighters did not indicate if they believe the blaze was suspicious.  No injuries were reported.  Additional details were not available.  Dayton firefighters have responded to a reported...
Sports Today: Surprise stars help Reds salvage weekend

Sports Today: Surprise stars help Reds salvage weekend

The heroes yesterday were exactly who we all would have expected before the season began: Scott Feldman and Scooter Gennett.  Feldman pitched seven strong innings, allowing two runs on seven hits to the best offense in baseball.  He improved to 6-5 overall and lowered his ERA to 4.07.  Feldman has the only two wins for a Reds starter in the last 17 games if you want to know how things...
Wright Patt: AF cadets spend time on base to prepare for duty

Wright Patt: AF cadets spend time on base to prepare for duty

Cadets from the U.S. Air Force Academy recently spent two weeks learning what life in the operational Air Force is really like. While visiting Wright-Patterson Air Force Base from June 6-21 as part of the Ops AF Program, their schedule included tours of the Air Force Research Laboratory, the 711th Human Performance Wing, the National Air and Space Intelligence Center and other operational units across...
Two Ohio-made vehicles on top American-made cars index

Two Ohio-made vehicles on top American-made cars index

Two vehicles made in Ohio have made Cars.com’s 2017 “American-made” index for top American-made cars. The vehicles are the Jeep Wrangler — including the Wrangler Unlimited four-door model — and the Jeep Cherokee, both made in Toledo, and the Acura RDX, which is made in East Liberty. RELATED: Fuyao celebrates opening of windshield manufacturing plant The index ranks...
Driver flees after crashing truck into detached garage

Driver flees after crashing truck into detached garage

Dayton police said a driver fled the scene after they crashed a pickup truck into the side of a garage on North Mathison Street Monday morning. Officers and fire crews were first dispatched to the 200 block of North Mathison Street around 8:15 a.m. on initial reports of a vehicle into a structure.  Police said the truck slammed into the corner of a detached garage behind a vacant house. ...
Airbag maker declares bankruptcy

Airbag maker declares bankruptcy

Weighed down by lawsuits and the largest auto parts recall in history, Japanese air bag maker Takata began the process of seeking bankruptcy protection Sunday in in the United States and Japan. RELATED: More unfixed auto recalls on roadways The manufacturer also said it would sell many of its assets to Michigan-based Key Safety Systems. The recall has affected many local auto dealers and owners...
Former Dayton Flyer to play in France

Former Dayton Flyer to play in France

Former Dayton Flyers guard Vee Sanford will play in the top basketball league in France next season. Sanford, a Lexington, Ky., native who hit the winning shot against Ohio State in the 2014 NCAA tournament, announced Monday he has signed with the Antibes Sharks in the Pro-A League. Antibes is located on the coast in southeast France, between Cannes and Nice. Sanford started his pro career in Iceland...
Dayton Air Show sees drop in attendance 

Dayton Air Show sees drop in attendance 

After the cancellation of the Air Force Thunderbirds as the headline act, the Vectren Dayton Air Show saw a significant drop in spectator attendance compared to years past.  Officials said approximately 44,000 people attended the air show, down 30 percent. Military jet teams like the Thunderbirds and the Navy Blue Angels are the biggest draw for the air show and organizers bank on...

Hurricane Dora forms off Mexico coast

Hurricane Dora formed off the west coast of Mexico early Monday morning. As a Category 1 storm, Dora has sustained winds of 80 MPH, said Storm Center 7 Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs. She is expected to strengthen over the next 12 to 24 hours before moving into unfavorable waters and begins to weaken. Dora is moving to the west-northwest into the Pacific Ocean with no significant threat of impact on...
Miami Twp. mobile home park with history of EPA water violations sold

Miami Twp. mobile home park with history of EPA water violations sold

A Miami Twp. mobile home park that has been the focus of an Ohio Attorney General’s office lawsuit for state EPA violations involving its water system has been sold. The sale of Pineview Estates for $2.6 million to the Ohio limited liability company Quarry Lakes MHP LLC closed last week, court records show. RELATED: Water system at heart of EPA violations, AG’s lawsuit The 200-unit mobile...
Squatters appeared to live in Dayton house before fire

Squatters appeared to live in Dayton house before fire

Fire officials believe squatters may have been living in a vacant Dayton house before it caught fire this morning. According to firefighters, the fire on Orleans Street near Albany Street is suspicious and $15,000 in damage was caused by the flames. The fire is believed to have started in the first floor of the house and spread to damage the entire building, investigators said. It’s likely the...
DP&L: Heavy rain may have caused Xenia power outage

DP&L: Heavy rain may have caused Xenia power outage

XENIA — More than 200 Xenia residents were without power on Sunday as Dayton Power & Light worked to replace an underground cable and a transformer, according to a DP&L official. Heavy rain on Friday may have caused the equipment to fail.  Most of the customers had their power restored by 4:40 a.m. on Monday, according to DP&L.
Dayton traffic from the WHIO Traffic Center

Dayton traffic from the WHIO Traffic Center

Check this page for a full list of crashes, disabled vehicles, construction projects and other hazards impacting your commute. Traffic issues can be reported by calling our newsroom at 937-259-2237 or tweeting @WHIOTraffic . Sgt. Mark Bowron is updating conditions every six minutes on AM 1290 and News 95.7 FM. No incidents have been reported. On Needmore Road a west of Webster, two...
Red Auerbach told Bill Russell, ‘I’m the coach, and you’ll fit’

Red Auerbach told Bill Russell, ‘I’m the coach, and you’ll fit’

There are decorated athletes, and then there is Bill Russell. As the dominant man in the middle for the Boston Celtics from 1956 to 1969, Russell was a 12-time All-Star selection. He won 11 NBA championships, the last two as the team’s player-coach. He was the first player to win an Olympic gold medal and an NBA championship and a college title. Indeed, he won two of those at the University...
Jimmy Butler: From Texas to NBA stardom to Timberwolves

Jimmy Butler: From Texas to NBA stardom to Timberwolves

Mike Marquis had never seen Jimmy Butler play basketball — not even on video — when he strolled into a Texas high school gym in the summer of 2007. Marquis, the longtime head coach at Tyler Junior College, really knew nothing about the youngster. He was there at the request of a local recruiting analyst who suggested Marquis take a look at Butler, who had no Division I offers. Marquis...
Style vs safety: Do too many football helmets pose a risk?

Style vs safety: Do too many football helmets pose a risk?

Oregon football players used three helmets last season — green, black and white — that were mixed and matched with myriad uniform combinations.  The Ducks were pioneers in football fashion and other schools have followed, using helmets to make a statement. Now, the NCAA wants to determine whether style is coming at the expense of safety.  The governing body's football oversight...
The savory side of carrot cake

The savory side of carrot cake

When I was a child, I wanted carrot cake for every birthday. I wasn’t a fan of bakery cakes, expertly plastered with supersweet butter-free frostings in pastel colors. (I did like the realistic decorative little roses, though.) Those fine-crumbed white or yellow cakes did not have much appeal for me, somehow both dry and gummy. Carrot cake, on the other hand, had many enticing qualities to recommend...
TSA pulls giant lobster from suitcase at Boston airport

TSA pulls giant lobster from suitcase at Boston airport

Among the list of things the Transportation Security Administration doesn’t often find in checked bags is surely giant lobsters – even at Boston’s Logan International Airport. But according to the TSA, that’s exactly what an agent found while screening checked luggage over the weekend. In a tweet, TSA spokesman Michael McCarthy said the lobster topped 20 pounds. According to...
D.L. Stewart web exclusive: Politics shouldn’t happen to a dog

D.L. Stewart web exclusive: Politics shouldn’t happen to a dog

The American political picture just keeps getting uglier. A mock-up of a severed head of the president of the United States displayed by a comedian. A Donald Trump look-alike slain, Julius Caesar-style, in an updated Shakespeare play. An aging pop singer suggesting the White House should be blown up. And now, comparing political figures to the world’s ugliest dog, which happens to be Martha...
Woman trapped in courthouse holding cell for nearly 7 hours finally freed

Woman trapped in courthouse holding cell for nearly 7 hours finally freed

A South Florida woman was trapped inside a courthouse holding cell for almost seven hours, before she was finally freed by a deputy.  Deborah Johnson, 61, was conducting an after-hours inspection of the new courthouse in downtown Fort Lauderdale when she got stuck in the cell, according to WPLG. Last Wednesday Johnson entered the cell from the wrong door and didn’t have the access code...
Naked man stops traffic in Middletown

Naked man stops traffic in Middletown

A Cincinnati man was transported to a Middletown hospital after rolling around naked in traffic, according to Middletown police. Officers were called about 10:50 p.m. Saturday to the intersection of Kensington Street and Roosevelt Boulevard on a call of a man completely nude running in the road. READ: Local news headlines The man was “rolling in the lanes of travel causing several vehicles to...
Man watching pornography on McDonald’s Wi-Fi arrested: police

Man watching pornography on McDonald’s Wi-Fi arrested: police

Police arrested a man last week at a Pennsylvania McDonald’s after they said he refused to stop watching pornography on the restaurant’s Wi-Fi, according to multiple reports. Employees at the McDonald’s in West Hanover Township told police that they had previously confronted 61-year-old Todd McMillan, of Bay Shore, New York, for watching pornography on the fast-food establishment&rsquo...
Tempers flare at BET Awards when things get heated between Migos and Joe Budden

Tempers flare at BET Awards when things get heated between Migos and Joe Budden

Tempers flared at the BET Awards Sunday night between  members of the Atlanta rap group Migos and interviewer Joe Budden after an abrupt mic-drop end to an interview. Actually, the interview wasn’t going that well even before Budden abruptly bolted. He, DJ Akademiks and Nadeska Alexis were asking what became a contentious line of questioning when Akademiks said Takeoff (Kirshnik...
Vacation rental sites lead to problematic mansion parties across the nation

Vacation rental sites lead to problematic mansion parties across the nation

House parties, sometimes called mansion parties, are popping up all over Palm Beach County and the nation. It’s a way for underground organizers to make some fast cash at someone else’s expense. With party names like “Palmghanistan,” organizers hope to draw huge crowds to properties they don’t own. Industry experts say the growing popularity of vacation rentals have made...
Woman diagnosed with cancer the same day her husband dies

Woman diagnosed with cancer the same day her husband dies

A Minnesota woman was making her husband’s funeral arrangements earlier this month when she got a devastating phone call from her own doctor, who told her she has inoperable cancer.  Tessie Sylvester and her young sons, Gus, 6, and Freddy, 5, sat at John Sylvester’s bedside on June 16 as the beloved husband and father drew his last breath. John Sylvester, 44, had Lou Gehrig&rsquo...
Centerville child severely burned, local man wanted in case

Centerville child severely burned, local man wanted in case

A Dayton man is wanted by Centerville police and the Southern Ohio Fugitive Apprehension Strike Team in connection to the felonious assault of a child severely burned in the 0-100 block of Loganwood Drive. William Clifton Mckinney Lindsey, 27, is wanted after being indicted June 20 on counts of felonious assault, endangering children (two counts) and tampering with evidence, according to Centerville...
Nintendo: Super NES Classic Edition with 21 games will hit stores in September

Nintendo: Super NES Classic Edition with 21 games will hit stores in September

More than 25 years after the Super Nintendo Entertainment System hit store shelves and two months after Nintendo stopped production on its revamped NES Classic Edition, the company announced Monday that the Super NES will be back in a mini version slated for a September release. The Super NES Classic Edition will come with 21 classic games installed, including Donkey Kong Country, Final Fantasy III...
Police: Driver with alien passenger pulled over for speeding

Police: Driver with alien passenger pulled over for speeding

Police in Alpharetta, Georgia, had an extraterrestrial encounter on Sunday. >> Read more trending news  When officers pulled over a car for speeding and approached the passenger side window, they saw a big-eyed, still, pale figure riding shotgun. As it turned out, the passenger was not of this planet. Police got a laugh and snapped some photos when they discovered it was a life-size...
Man guilty in murder of Bella Bond, jury decides

Man guilty in murder of Bella Bond, jury decides

The man accused of killing Bella Bond is guilty of murder in the second degree, a jury decided Monday morning.  Michael McCarthy could have been found guilty of first-degree murder, second-degree murder or involuntary manslaughter. The conviction means that the jury doesn't believe there was extreme atrocity or cruelty in the murder, but it was still deliberate and he intended to kill Bella Bond...
Butler County to spend $1 million on nursing home upgrades

Butler County to spend $1 million on nursing home upgrades

Butler County commissioners plan to siphon some Community Development Block Grant money away from projects in order to partially fund about $1 million worth of renovations at the county nursing home. RELATED: Care facility getting a facelift The county home has struggled financially for years, but the commissioners feel they need to keep running the facility because they care for the indigent and...
Jordan discusses health care during business tour

Jordan discusses health care during business tour

U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Urbana, said he’s optimistic a Senate proposal to reform health care will move forward later this week, although he said it falls short of a full repeal of the Affordable Care Act. Jordan, R-Urbana, also discussed issues like welfare reform after he toured KTH Parts Industries Inc., an auto parts manufacturer in Champaign County. The Senate proposal is generally similar...
Woman sees video of herself being sexually assaulted while unconscious

Woman sees video of herself being sexually assaulted while unconscious

A woman claims that after she was kidnapped, beaten and drugged for 10 days, she stole one of her assailant’s phones and saw a video of the men sexually assaulting her snoring, unconscious body. >> Read more trending news James Edgerton, 37, and Johnnie Tindell, 37, both of Riviera Beach, Florida, are accused and charged with kidnapping, false imprisonment, sexual battery on a physically...
Missing Florida woman, 19, found safe in New York

Missing Florida woman, 19, found safe in New York

UPDATE: Palm Bay police have reported that Victoria Stites, missing since Sunday, has been found safe. She was located in Jamaica, New York. No further details were immediately released. ORIGINAL STORY: Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a Florida teen who is missing and considered to be in danger. Victoria Stites, of Palm Bay, is 19, but her mental capacity is lower than...
Court date delayed for Hamilton teen accused in father’s death

Court date delayed for Hamilton teen accused in father’s death

A juvenile court hearing for a 14-year-old girl charged with aggravated murder — accused of shooting her father to death —has been continued until later this summer. The teen was scheduled to appear before Butler County Juvenile Judge Kathleen Romans on Tuesday, but the pre-trial hearing has been moved to Aug. 3, according to Rob Clevenger, court administrator. MORE: ‘I just shot...
'The last thing I remember is drinking a couple Four Lokos,' says Florida man accused of stealing boat

'The last thing I remember is drinking a couple Four Lokos,' says Florida man accused of stealing boat

A 20-year-old man was arrested Saturday after a boat he allegedly stole from a marina crashed into a beach in Daytona Beach with no one aboard, the Daytona Beach Police Department said. Investigators said Jonathan Race allegedly broke into Daytona Marina & Boat Works shortly before 4:45 a.m. Saturday, rummaged through two vessels, left belongings strewn across the boatyard and stole a 36-foot boat...
Officer pays for family’s hotel room after crash delays its trip to zoo

Officer pays for family’s hotel room after crash delays its trip to zoo

A Cincinnati police officer who was investigating a car accident paid for a family’s hotel room and bought a child a stuffed animal when the family was unable to make it to the zoo because of the incident. Officer Rachel Baldwin was called to the scene of a car accident May 28 and learned that one of the drivers involved was from out of town and had been taking her 7-year-old daughter to the...
Court rules church can apply for state funds

Court rules church can apply for state funds

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that state governments cannot prevent public money from being used by churches for use in a non-religious purpose. By a vote of 7-2 Monday, the justices concluded that Trinity Lutheran Church in Missouri could apply for state dollars to pay for installing a rubber playground surface considered to be safer than ordinary playgrounds. RELATED: Court rules for church in playground...
Middletown to rebuild destroyed storage building

Middletown to rebuild destroyed storage building

Middletown is planning to build a new storage building to replace one that was destroyed in a storm last year. City Council approved an emergency ordinance for $55,890 for the purchase and installation of a pole barn at Lefferson Park. MORE: Middletown council wants more spending for public safety, jobs City Manager Doug Adkins said plans are to replace the building on the same footprint and using...
On first day as a candidate, Mike DeWine says he wants a Miami Valley-produced governor

On first day as a candidate, Mike DeWine says he wants a Miami Valley-produced governor

Republican Mike DeWine said it’s not yet time to contrast himself with other 2018 gubernatorial candidates either within his own party or among Democrats, Ohio’s current attorney general said a day after officially entering the race.  “There’s eight people out there so far who have said they are interested in running. So I think it’s much too early to try to...
Salvador Dali's body to be exhumed

Salvador Dali's body to be exhumed

The body of artist Salvador Dali is set to be exhumed for a paternity suit brought by a woman who claims to be his daughter, news reports state. Maria Pilar Abel Martínez said her mother, a maid, developed a friendship, and then an affair, with the surrealist painter, according to the BBC. "The DNA study of the painter's corpse is necessary due to the lack of other biological or personal...
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