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BREAKING: GM announces new DMAX product

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General Motors on Thursday announced a new diesel engine to be made by the DMAX plant in Moraine.

Chevrolet will have a redesigned Duramax 6.6L V-8 turbo-diesel offered on the 2017 Silverado HD, the company said in a release.

The next-generation redesign “offers more horsepower and torque than ever — an SAE-certified 445 horsepower (332 kW) and 910 lb.-ft. (1,234 Nm) — to enable easier, more confident hauling and trailering,” GM said.


TRAIN CRASH

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Deadly New Jersey train crash: What we know

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At least one person was killed and more than 100 people injured Thursday morning when a train crashed into a busy transit hub in New Jersey.

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Authorities by 12 p.m. had pulled all survivors from the mass of twisted metal and debris left behind after a NJ Transit Train struck into Hoboken Terminal during rush hour.

SEX CRIME

Air Force reservist accused of sex crime at base faces more charges

Air Force reservist accused of sex crime at base faces more charges

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The Air Force reservist accused of a federal sex crime at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base has been indicted on three more counts, according to court records.

Kyle R. Jordan was re-indicted earlier this month in Dayton’s U.S. District Court on one count of tampering with a witness and two counts of willfully making a false statement to investigators.

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CINCINNATI BENGALS

7 things to watch in Bengals game vs. Dolphins

7 things to watch in Bengals game vs. Dolphins

The Cincinnati Bengals will try to avoid their first three-game losing streak since 2013 and first losing September since 2011 on Thursday night when the play host to the Miami Dolphins. Both teams will be looking to avoid a 1-3 start.

Both teams will be looking to avoid a 1-3 start.

It’s still too early to call it a “must win” for the Bengals, but with road games at Dallas (2-1) and New England (3-0) on the horizon, tonight’s contest has plenty of importance.

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SPRINGBORO DEVELOPMENT

6 things to know about Springboro’s construction
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6 things to know about Springboro’s construction

EDITOR’S NOTE: Today the Dayton Daily News begins a look at the reshaping of the crossroads of Springboro. Additional coverage will continue through the weekend.

Work to transform Springboro’s central crossroads — Central Avenue and Main Street — will improve traffic and safety while reviving the corner’s role in the community, supporters say.

MURDER TRIAL

Ex-Springboro officer takes deal in wife’s death

Ex-Springboro officer takes deal in wife’s death

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Update@3:23 p.m.:

Former Springboro Police Lt. Jim Barton was placed on probation Thursday in Warren County for the rest of his sentence for hiring those responsible for raping and killing his wife in 1995.

Barton, 61, has already served more than 11 years since being convicted in 2005 after a cold-case investigation. But he has been living at his home in Springboro since being released from prison after the conviction was overturned.


SPECIAL REPORT

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Downtown ‘renaissance’ helping drive answer to ‘Why Dayton?’

The Dayton area is in the midst of a “renaissance” where larger corporations have opened or expanded, millennials are lowering vacancy rates downtown, and small business and manufacturing growth is looking up, area business leaders say.

A Dayton Daily News examination of the area’s growth shows the Miami Valley is comparable or above other like-sized metropolitan areas in Ohio and the Midwest, but to continue this economic stability local leaders say a lot hinges upon the continued revitalization of downtown Dayton.

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BUSINESS CLOSING

Regency Beauty Institute announces closing

Regency Beauty Institute announces closing

The Regency Beauty Institute has closed after more than 50 years of educating cosmetology students.

The institute announced on its website that it permanently closed on Wednesday, impacting all 79 campuses, including the Miami Twp. campus at 2040 Miamisburg Centerville Road.

“This is incredibly difficult news for everyone affected: especially our students, teachers, and staff,” Regency’s website says.

SOUTH CAROLINA SHOOTING

School Shooting
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South Carolina school shooting: Suspected shooter called family members

Authorities say they believe the teenage boy who was taken into custody following a shooting at the Townville Elementary School first fatally shot his father.

Capt. Garland Major told a news conference that the shooter used a handgun and that one of the students was shot in the leg and the other in the foot. He said a female teacher was shot in the shoulder during Wednesday's shooting at Townville Elementary.


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