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Wright State selects 3 finalists for president’s job

Wright State has selected three finalists for its president’s job, but the search committee will not release the candidates’ names until they visit campus in February. The names will be announced at noon the day before each finalist visits campus, said Doug Fecher, trustee and chair of the search committee. The three-day visits will take place from Feb. 2 to Feb. 4, Feb. 5 to Feb. 7 and...
Dayton Flyers want a white-out at UD Arena on Thursday

Dayton Flyers want a white-out at UD Arena on Thursday

The Dayton Flyers are urging fans to wear white for a 7 p.m. Thursday game against Richmond at UD Arena. Senior Joey Gruden and sophomore Ryan Mikesell starred in a video for the Red Scare student section on Wednesday. A victory by the Flyers (13-4, 4-1) would give them a share of first place with Richmond (11-6, 5-0). The game has added importance because the teams play only once in the regular season...
Butler Twp. trustee resigns to take job with Trump administration

Butler Twp. trustee resigns to take job with Trump administration

By Breaking News Staff and Will Garbe, Staff Writer Butler Twp. Trustee Nick Brusky announced his resignation Wednesday to take a federal position with President-elect Donald Trump's administration. Brusky, 35, said he is in the process of moving to Washington, D.C. and his resignation takes effect on Friday when Trump takes the oath of office. He plans to attend the inauguration, and locally...
Stark numbers show heroin’s local grip

Stark numbers show heroin’s local grip

An average of seven Montgomery County residents a day were treated for drug overdoses by emergency departments in 2016, and one person alone made eight trips to the ER. Eleven people were treated twice in the same day for overdoses. The stark figures — amassed largely due to a devastating heroin epidemic — are found in a new Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County report just sent to...
3 new things to know about the Greene County double homicide

3 new things to know about the Greene County double homicide

Here are three things we know about the Greene County double homicide following a press conference held today by the Greene County Sheriff’s Department. William “Skip” Brown and Sherri Mendenhall were found dead Sunday. . 1. Sheriff: William Brown was target in killing Greene County Sheriff Gene Fischer said their investigation has led them to believe William “Skip” Brown...

Gloomy weather expected for inauguration in DC

By Eric Elwell, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist It will be gloomy and rainy in our nation’s capital Friday as hundreds of perhaps thousands attend the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. The wet weather in the Miami Valley Thursday night and early Friday will head to Washington, D.C. Rain there is expected to develop by mid to late morning with on and off rain likely throughout...
Ivanka Trump shuts down first lady rumors

Ivanka Trump shuts down first lady rumors

Ivanka Trump sat down with ABC News for a "20/20" interview to set the record straight on her role in her father's White House. When interviewer Deborah Roberts asked about her reaction to claims that she's "going to be, essentially, the real first lady," the president-elect's daughter said, "Well, I think that's an inappropriate observation." "There's...
Perfect streak continues for Wright State junior forward Smith

Perfect streak continues for Wright State junior forward Smith

One of the most valuable types of players a basketball coach can have is one who doesn’t miss. And Katrina Merriweather feels fortunate to have such a player in her first year at the helm of the Wright State program. Sure, Lexi Smith misses some shots. Almost half of them to be exact. But it’s not her team-leading field goal percentage that is worth the most to Merriweather. It’s...
Jury acquits Jackson Center police chief in sex case

Jury acquits Jackson Center police chief in sex case

A Shelby County Common Pleas Court jury found Jackson Center Police Chief Joseph Cotterman not guilty in one of two sex-related cases against him. The jury deliberated for four and a half hours before acquitting Cotterman of a gross sexual imposition charge stemming from a complaint filed by a 19-year-old woman in January 2016 with the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office. The jury began deliberations...
Springfield man charged in death also convicted in seperate murder

Springfield man charged in death also convicted in seperate murder

A Springfield man has been charged with the murder of a woman who’s bones were found in a wooded area in Greene County last May. Prentiss Hare, 35, has been indicted on charges of aggravated murder, murder, tampering with evidence and gross abuse of a corpse in connection with the death of Tiffany Chambers. RELATED: Man sentenced in Springfield strangulation case Chambers’ remains were...
Northeastern residents debate $100M school plan

Northeastern residents debate $100M school plan

Northeastern Local School District leaders say they want to make sure the community is educated on potential options for new schools that could cost more than $100 million before a scientific survey is launched in the coming months. Officials at Northeastern — the second largest school district in Clark County serving around 3,200 students — say they are desperate for new school buildings...
Rivertown Brewing opens new Monroe taproom, restaurant

Rivertown Brewing opens new Monroe taproom, restaurant

Rivertown Brewing Company unveils its new $6 million Monroe facility Friday, Jan. 20, the next step in a rapidly expanding growth plan expected to continue well beyond 2017. Opening day for Rivertown Brewery & Barrel House at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road comes a little more than seven years after founder Jason Roeper opened Rivertown Brewing’s brewery in Lockland. That facility expanded over the...
Hamilton superintendent: Local control, not state, needed for schools

Hamilton superintendent: Local control, not state, needed for schools

The leader of Hamilton City Schools touted his district’s successes Thursday, but did so while continuing his role as the region’s chief critic of state education officials. Schools Superintendent Tony Orr was the featured speaker during the annual Hamilton State Of The Schools luncheon. The second-year superintendent of the 10,000-student, Butler County district used the forum to remind...
3 big questions about Middletown senior services levy

3 big questions about Middletown senior services levy

Middletown voters will decide on a senior services renewal levy this spring. Middletown City Council unanimously voted this week to place a senior services levy renewal on the May 2 ballot. The proposed five-year, 1-mill levy renewal for Central Connections, which operates the senior center at 3909 Central Ave., will cost owners of a $100,000 home less than $30 per year, Richard Isroff, co-chair of...
Dayton to become home to National VA History Center

Dayton to become home to National VA History Center

The Dayton VA will become the home of the National VA History Center, the federal agency announced Thursday. Outgoing national VA Secretary Robert McDonald officially designated the Dayton VA as a national archive in one of his final acts prior to leaving office Friday, the VA said. A Trump administration nominee, David Shulkin, the current VA undersecretary of health, is expected to take over the...
Crews called to fire in Miamisburg

Crews called to fire in Miamisburg

Crews were called this evening to a structure fire in Miamisburg. The fire was reported just before 6:30 p.m. in the 400 block of South Third Street. According to initial reports, flames were showing when crews arrived. We are on the way and will update this report.
Middletown senior services renewal levy to appear on May ballot

Middletown senior services renewal levy to appear on May ballot

Middletown City Council unanimously voted this week to place a senior services levy renewal in front of voters May 2. The proposed five-year renewal for Central Connections, which operates the senior center at 3909 Central Ave., will cost owners of a $100,000 home less than $30 per year, Richard “Dick” Isroff, a board member, finance committee member and co-chair of the levy committee...
NASA to explore valuable, metal space rock worth $10,000 quadrillion

NASA to explore valuable, metal space rock worth $10,000 quadrillion

NASA is setting its sights on a large, metal asteroid orbiting the sun between Mars and Jupiter.  The U.S. space agency and researchers at Arizona State University’s School of Earth and Space Exploration want to get a closer look at the space rock, named Psyche, because they believe it’s made of valuable metals, such as nickel, iron, and gold. The asteroid measures 124 miles in diameter...
Ohio Gov. John Kasich goes to Congress to discuss health care issues

Ohio Gov. John Kasich goes to Congress to discuss health care issues

As Ohio Gov. John Kasich canvassed Capitol Hill Thursday to weigh in on Obamacare to Republican lawmakers, he had to walk a fine line. Like a handful of other GOP governors, he is a supporter of the Medicaid expansion that helped cover 700,000 in the state. And there are elements of the controversial 2010 Affordable Care Act – for example, the exchanges – that he likes. But ask Kasich...
Football title games move to new Canton stadium for 2017-18

Football title games move to new Canton stadium for 2017-18

A three-year run of the high school football state championships at Ohio Stadium in Columbus officially ended on Thursday when the Ohio High School Athletic Association announced the games would be played at the new Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton in 2017-18. The OHSAA board of directors unanimously voted 9-0 during its January meeting to relocate the games back to Stark County. Title games...

NASA to explore valuable metal space rock worth $10,000 quadrillion

NASA is setting its sights on a large, metal asteroid orbiting the sun between Mars and Jupiter.  The U.S. space agency and researchers at Arizona State University’s School of Earth and Space Exploration want to get a closer look at the space rock, named Psyche, because they believe it’s made of valuable metals, such as nickel, iron, and gold. But, even if scientists wanted to harness...
A look back at presidential inaugurations: Past performers, attendance numbers

A look back at presidential inaugurations: Past performers, attendance numbers

Presidential inaugurations didn’t always mean booking A-list celebrity performers and garnering over a million attendees.  In fact, former president George W. Bush attracted an approximate total of 700,000 attendees for both of his inaugurations combined. Nearly 900,000 people are expected to attend President-elect Donald Trump’s swearing-in ceremony and inaugural parade on Friday...
Second man charged in Hamilton firefighter’s death returns to area

Second man charged in Hamilton firefighter’s death returns to area

William “Billy” Tucker Jr., who is charged in the arson fire that killed a Hamilton firefighter, was back in Butler County the same day he waived extradition in a Kentucky courtroom. Tucker was transported to the Butler County Jail on Wednesday evening, but he will not stay there. Tucker, 46, will be housed in the Preble County Jail, according to Butler County Sheriff’s Maj. Mike...
Of festivities planned for Trump inauguration, pot giveaway is unique

Of festivities planned for Trump inauguration, pot giveaway is unique

As official Washington makes last-minute plans for Inauguration Day, Adam Eidinger has some preparations of his own: He needs to make sure that 4,200 joints are hand-rolled and good to go by 8 a.m. on Friday. It could produce some interesting visuals for Trump’s big day: When Eidinger and 41 of his friends pass out the marijuana, they’ll line up on a sidewalk near Dupont Circle, right...
Dayton police in D.C. briefed on security procedures for inauguration

Dayton police in D.C. briefed on security procedures for inauguration

Dayton police are assisting in a massive security operation for Donald Trump’s inauguration, one of dozens of police departments across the country involved in the effort. Dayton supplied 21 officers for Friday’s inauguration, which is expected to draw thousands of supporters and protesters. The officers were briefed on their assignment, which will be providing stationary assistance at...
Pulse survivor files petition against YouTube after 'No shooting happened' video surfaces

Pulse survivor files petition against YouTube after 'No shooting happened' video surfaces

A survivor of the Pulse nightclub massacre is taking legal action to clear his name and reputation, according to a court document. A 10-minute YouTube clip is at the center of a legal petition by Pulse survivor Angel Colon. The video, posted a few days after the Pulse shooting, has been viewed more than 54,000 times. It continues to make rounds on social media and the internet. It calls the shooting...
Reds trade starting pitcher: 5 things to know

Reds trade starting pitcher: 5 things to know

Two surprising things happened Thursday in baseball. The Reds traded away a starting pitcher, and their general manager admitted it was something of a risk. Here are five things to know about Cincinnati’s decision to send Dan Straily to the Miami Marlins for three prospects. 1. GM Dick Williams said the trade had been percolating for quite some time, but he did not initially think it would happen...
5 reasons the Bengals should believe they’re close to contending again

5 reasons the Bengals should believe they’re close to contending again

The Bengals missed the playoffs for the first time since 2010, but coach Marvin Lewis has indicated he feels the team is not in need of a total reboot. Here are five reasons he’s right: 1. With the ninth pick in the draft, they should get an impact player. The Bengals haven’t gotten a lot out of the draft in the past couple of years, in part because of injuries but also because they haven&rsquo...
College Basketball: Mitchell making things happen for Wright State

College Basketball: Mitchell making things happen for Wright State

When Wright State coach Scott Nagy scoured the boxscore after his team rallied from 11 points down to beat Wisconsin-Milwaukee 70-67 Saturday, there were a couple of numbers that caught him by surprise. Not only did junior guard Justin Mitchell have a double-double, and not only were his 21 points and 12 rebounds game highs, they were career highs. “I was a little shocked by both,” Nagy...
'NCIS: Los Angeles,' 'Crossing Jordan' actor Miguel Ferrer dead at 61

'NCIS: Los Angeles,' 'Crossing Jordan' actor Miguel Ferrer dead at 61

Actor Miguel Ferrer, who starred in the TV shows "NCIS: Los Angeles” and "Crossing Jordan," in addition to the film "RoboCop" and doing voiceover work in "Mulan," has died at age 61 Thursday, Variety reported. Ferrer had been battling cancer. "Today, 'NCIS: Los Angeles' lost a beloved family member," showrunner R. Scott Gemmill said in a statement...
College Basketball Preview: Detroit at Wright State

College Basketball Preview: Detroit at Wright State

Who: Detroit (4-14, 2-4) at Wright State (12-7, 3-3) When: 7 p.m. Friday TV: ESPN3 Radio: 106.5-FM Series: Wright State leads 28-26 and has won six of the last seven, including an 85-72 triumph at Detroit on Dec. 31, 2016. Coaches: Scott Nagy is 12-7 at Wright State and 422-247 in 22 seasons overall. Detroit alum Bacari Alexander is 4-14 in his first season as Titans head coach following six seasons...
What do you want Donald Trump to do once he’s president?

What do you want Donald Trump to do once he’s president?

We asked people this question: What issue is most important to you and what do you want President Trump to deal with in his first 100 days? Here’s a look at what local folks had to say. “I’d like to see him follow through on his idea of reducing the tax coming in, the 15 percent, so that we could repatriate more of the funds that are parked overseas. I think that would bring money...
Pitch counts approved for high school baseball in Ohio

Pitch counts approved for high school baseball in Ohio

The Ohio High School Athletic Association announced its maximum allowed pitch counts for baseball pitchers on Thursday. This was in response to a mandate by the National Federation of State High School Associations last year that each state do so prior to the upcoming spring season. “We have met that goal,” OHSAA assistant commissioner Jerry Snodgrass said...
$10M Montgomery County job center marks grand opening

$10M Montgomery County job center marks grand opening

The recently completed renovation of the Job Center will make it easier and quicker for people to apply for and acquire public assistance, job training, employment-search services and other support and aid, county leaders said Thursday. The $10 million Job Center 2.0 construction project consolidated most Montgomery County Department of Job and Family Services’ divisions into one facility...
Dayton man guilty in death of 6-week-old baby girl

Dayton man guilty in death of 6-week-old baby girl

A 21-year-old Dayton man pleaded guilty today in the 2015 death of a 6-week-old girl. Sharon Hancock was convicted as charged of one count of involuntary manslaughter and one count of child endangering in the Nov. 8, 2015, death of his girlfriend’s daughter, Alisa Albarracin, according to the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office. On the night of Oct. 20, 2015, Alisa’s mother called...
Gator leaps into airboat, terrifies Florida tourists

Gator leaps into airboat, terrifies Florida tourists

Just a day after a massive gator’s casual stroll took the Internet by storm, Florida tourists got the thrill of a lifetime, and it was caught on Facebook Live. >> Read more trending stories  Tylor and Emerald Hindery took an airboat ride Tuesday during a vacation in Daytona Beach when an alligator decided to become a video star. As the airboat floated near a riverbank...
Queen of country Dolly Parton turns 71, still moving and shaking

Queen of country Dolly Parton turns 71, still moving and shaking

Country music star and actor Dolly Parton is celebrating her 71st  birthday. Parton was born on January 19, 1946 in Sevier County in eastern Tennessee and has 11 brothers and sisters. Fans have been tweeting out birthday messages to the legendary singer and Parton responded with a tweet of her own. “Thank you for all the birthday love!” she tweeted. While Parton may be 71, she&rsquo...
Neighbors, police puzzled by mysterious 'sonic boom' in North Carolina

Neighbors, police puzzled by mysterious 'sonic boom' in North Carolina

Mount Holly, North Carolina, residents want to know what was behind a sound that was so loud, it shook houses and left windows rattling throughout town Tuesday night. The Mount Holly  Police Department received roughly 30 911 calls between 8 p.m. and 10:30 p.m., reporting a loud “sonic boom” type noise. One woman said the sound was so loud it rattled her windows, and she was certain...
Judge Judy disapproves of one of President Obama’s latest decisions

Judge Judy disapproves of one of President Obama’s latest decisions

Judge Judy Sheindlin did not hide her opinion when TMZ asked her how she feels about President Obama’s recent decision to commute Chelsea Manning’s sentence, she certainly didn’t hide her opinion. “I’m not going to tell you right now,” Sheindlin said, playing coy at first. However, it didn’t take long for her to share her thoughts on the matter...

Plenty of circus reactions

We got a bit of mail about the demise of the Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus. From Nick Lubbers: “Yes, I will miss the circus. The circus could have done better keeping up with the market share of family entertainment today. But today, what kills traditions the most? The abuse of the First Amendment. Too many minuscule groups, fueled by free speech, dictate changes for 99 percent of...
Residents to protest Trump in downtown Springfield on Inauguration Day

Residents to protest Trump in downtown Springfield on Inauguration Day

A demonstration will be held downtown Friday by residents who say the want to demand inclusion from President-Elect Donald Trump on his Inauguration Day. The event will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Friday on two corners of City Hall Plaza — the southeast corner at Limestone and High streets and northwest corner at Fountain Avenue and Main Street. A group of local residents received a permit to assemble...
Fairfield school bus crash sends students to hospital

Fairfield school bus crash sends students to hospital

Only minor injuries were reported Thursday after three Fairfield City Schools buses were involved in the same crash. The crash occurred around 2 p.m. on Williamsburg Way near Winton Road, according to Fairfield Schools spokeswoman Gina Gentry-Fletcher. “The students were being transported from Fairfield Middle School and Fairfield Freshmen School,” she said. Officials at Mercy Health Fairfield...
Police: Florida woman claims dogs can fly before throwing pup off bridge

Police: Florida woman claims dogs can fly before throwing pup off bridge

Before she threw a dog 30 feet off a bridge in Florida, a woman claimed that dogs could fly, witnesses told Palm Beach County sheriff’s officials Wednesday afternoon. Authorities took the woman to a hospital for a mental health evaluation. She will likely face animal cruelty charges, the sheriff’s office said. The 8-year-old dog, a black and white Jack Russell terrier mix, dislocated ...
Drug bust yields millions of dollars worth of marijuana

Drug bust yields millions of dollars worth of marijuana

Atlanta police announced a huge drug bust Thursday, when officers seized thousands of pounds of marijuana. Police presented the 5,824 pounds of marijuana at the police department, Thursday. The drugs were valued at an estimated $9 million. More than 208 bales of marijuana were shrink-wrapped in green plastic. The plastic was covered with chlorine to distract drug sniffing dogs.  Atlanta police...
Will Donald Trump dance? 

Will Donald Trump dance? 

Will President Donald Trump take his first lady by the hand and get crazy on the dance floor or will he pull a George W. Bush? “I remember when we went to George W. Bush’s ball,” Eileen Austria of Beavercreek said. “He took about three steps and that was his dance movies.”   Austria and her husband, Former U.S. Congressman Steve Austria, have attended more than...

Using TV to get the word to Trump

Llewellyn King is executive producer and host of “White House Chronicle” on PBS. He wrote this for InsideSources.com. Through the nation and across the world the liberals, the centrists, the traditionalists and the orthodox are in shock: Donald J. Trump is America’s 45th president and they don’t like that one bit, or like him at all. I have some advice for those who are beating...
Man loses 9 teeth, suffers burns after e-cigarette device explodes in mouth

Man loses 9 teeth, suffers burns after e-cigarette device explodes in mouth

An Idaho man lost nine of his teeth and suffered second-degree burns to his face and neck Saturday when the e-cigarette he was puffing on exploded in his mouth. Andrew Hall, 30, of Pocatello, ended up in the intensive care unit of a local hospital after the incident, which occurred as he was getting ready for work, according to the East Idaho News. Video shot by Hall’s mother, as well as photos...

A modest electoral proposal

Dr. James E. Sayer is a professor emeritus at Wright State University. The 2016 Presidential election was notable for several factors, not the least of which was the acrimony that so filled both the primaries and the general election. It was a political campaign that made many people both sick of the process and very happy that it finally came to a conclusion. However, the most striking aspect of...
Ohioans pay among lowest auto, homeowners rates

Ohioans pay among lowest auto, homeowners rates

Ohio residents, on average, pay among the lowest homeowners and auto insurance premiums in the nation, the state department of insurance announced Thursday. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners found Ohio residents pay an average $797 a year for homeowners insurance, ninth-lowest in the nation, and $683 a year for auto insurance, ranking twelfth-lowest among all states in 2014 &mdash...
Spectrum moves Time Warner cable name aside

Spectrum moves Time Warner cable name aside

As expected after last year’s merger, Charter Communications Inc. is setting aside the Time Warner Cable name and is now launching “Spectrum” for cable, Internet and voice subscribers in Dayton and nearby areas. The name and the change should not be a surprise to cable subscribers. Charter Communications bought Time Warner Cable in May 2016, a merger that gave the company a stronghold...
No ground zero in opioid fight

No ground zero in opioid fight

Jamie Haddix and Darrell E. Morgan were found dead at the same address on the same day — Christmas Eve. Both are suspected of overdosing on opioids, the all-encompassing term used to describe heroin and its more lethal cousins. The place where they died, an apartment in a four-unit building on Wiltshire Boulevard in Kettering, isn’t ground zero in the region’s opioid crisis because...
Woman who bravely fought cancer by dancing 'the JuJu' dies

Woman who bravely fought cancer by dancing 'the JuJu' dies

She made millions of people smile with her dance moves, and inspired just as many with her brave fight against cancer. On Wednesday, Ana-Alecia Ayala passed away after more than a year-long battle with uterine sarcoma, according to WFAA-TV. Ayala first caught the attention of many when she posted video in October of her and her friend dancing to the song "Juju on that Beat" in her hospital...
Johnny Manziel: Reports of super-sized Super Bowl selfie prices false

Johnny Manziel: Reports of super-sized Super Bowl selfie prices false

Johnny Manziel wants to set the record straight apparently. After reports made the rounds he will be at the Super Bowl next month in Houston signing autographs and charging exorbitant fees for the opportunity to take pictures with him, the former Browns quarterback took to Twitter to give his side of the story.  Manziel is a native Texan who won the Heisman Trophy at Texas A&M. Controversy...
Ryan Lochte, fiancee announce baby's sex, wedding plans

Ryan Lochte, fiancee announce baby's sex, wedding plans

Ryan Lochte and fiancee Kayla Rae Reid will welcome a baby boy later this year.  >> Read more trending stories   The couple, who are expecting their family's new addition in June, announced the baby's sex in an interview with Us Weekly on Wednesday. "It's a boy," Lochte, 32, told the magazine. "(Reid) is doing amazing. She just finished her first trimester and everything...
Obama writes open letter to Americans: 'You made me a better man'

Obama writes open letter to Americans: 'You made me a better man'

It's a longstanding tradition for outgoing presidents to write a letter of advice and encouragement to their successors before officially leaving office. Generally, their last words to the public are spoken at a farewell address or during their last presidential news conference. >> Read more trending stories   A day before Donald Trump is to be sworn in as the 45th president of the United...
Audit: County ag society overpaid worker

Audit: County ag society overpaid worker

The Montgomery County Agricultural Society improperly paid out unused personal and vacation leave when its office manager left in 2014, according to a state audit released Thursday. Former office manager Debbie Long received $1,150 for 11.5 unused personal days, state auditors found, even though the agricultural society’s handbook states there is no payout given for unused personal or vacation...

Reagan and Trump: American nationalists

Since World War II, the two men who have most terrified this city by winning the presidency are Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump. And they have much in common. Both came out of the popular culture, Reagan out of Hollywood, Trump out of a successful reality TV show. Both possessed the gifts of showmen — extraordinarily valuable political assets in a television age that deals cruelly with the uncharismatic...
Donald Trump inauguration: Live updates on the swearing-in, speech, parade and the protests

Donald Trump inauguration: Live updates on the swearing-in, speech, parade and the protests

On Friday, Donald J. Trump will become president of the United States. He will take the oath of office at noon on the Eastern Front of the Capitol with some 900,000 people expected to be in attendance. As per the Constitution, the term of the outgoing president ends at noon as the oath is administered to the incoming president. At the same time in and around the Capitol and in cities across the country...
Mom of teen stolen as newborn says daughter wants accused kidnapper in life

Mom of teen stolen as newborn says daughter wants accused kidnapper in life

The biological mother of the teen kidnapped from her hospital room in Florida 18 years ago took to social media to thank friends and share her struggles after learning that her daughter still wants her accused kidnapper in her life. Shanara Mobley thanked those who have supported her through this journey in a Facebook post. She said she has been confused and depressed since investigators announced...
5 things we loved about the Winter Restaurant Week Sneak Peek

5 things we loved about the Winter Restaurant Week Sneak Peek

Each year the Miami Valley Restaurant Association (MVRA) offers a special "sneak peek” to its Restaurant Week event giving restaurants the chance to sample the best of their menus and hungry diners the opportunity to gobble them up. On Jan. 18, they did just that with 15 restaurants on hand. Basil’s on Market, Chappys Social House, Coco’s Bistro, ele Cake Co. Bistro & Wine Bar...