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Man ODs in children’s section of new downtown Dayton library

Man ODs in children’s section of new downtown Dayton library

A man suffered an overdose this afternoon in the children’s section of the new library in downtown Dayton. Crews were called just after 4:30 p.m. to the library at 215 E. Third St. The man was unconscious in the first floor and CPR was performed, according to the Montgomery County Regional Dispatch Center. The library celebrated its grand opening earlier this month, on Aug. 5.


5 new flight options out of Cincinnati and Dayton airports

5 new flight options out of Cincinnati and Dayton airports

Air carriers have added dozens of new flights out of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and the Dayton International Airport in the past year. Cincinnati’s airport just announced that WOW air will add services — bringing discount, international flights to travelers in Southwest Ohio. The low-cost transatlantic airline is announcing new international flight services...
WATCH: Downtown Springboro is transforming, and here’s what the progress looks like

WATCH: Downtown Springboro is transforming, and here’s what the progress looks like

Reconstruction of a major intersection in downtown Springboro is in full swing. Milcon Concrete of Troy is rebuilding the roads with new lanes on both State Route 741 and State Route 73 in a contract worth more than $3 million. The road widening is part of a larger project by the City of Springboro to improve former shopping center on the northwest corner that was once home to Homer’s IGA and...
Coming soon? New development could be headed to Brown Street

Coming soon? New development could be headed to Brown Street

A rendering plastered across the front of a vacant building on Brown Street gives passers-by a glimpse of what could be a new development that would close a gap in the popular business corridor as it stretches into Oakwood. A one-story building at 1916 Brown St., between the Pine Club and Buffalo Wild Wings, has a large sign on its front facade with the words “coming soon.” The rendering...
Wilmington Pike construction crews make big discovery

Wilmington Pike construction crews make big discovery

A sizable underground storage tank found on Wilmington Pike could take weeks to remove and could halt the completion of sidewalk improvements to the stretch of road between Marshall and Stroop roads. Assistant City Manager Steve Bergstresser said the tank, about 6 feet in diameter and 14 to 20 feet long, was discovered at 3917 Wilmington Pike during the city’s streetscape improvements project...
Miami U. student target of racist video rant from OSU female

Miami U. student target of racist video rant from OSU female

A black Miami University female student was the target of a racist social media post after a video was posted Monday by a white female student from the Ohio State University chiding her for engaging in interracial dating, according to a Daily Mail report. Katelyn Rust, a sophomore at OSU, reportedly made a recording of herself — directing it to her ex-boyfriend and posted it on her Twitter account...
Child hit by truck in front of Meadowdale HS in Dayton

Child hit by truck in front of Meadowdale HS in Dayton

A boy was hit by a truck this evening outside Meadowdale High School in Dayton. The crash was reported sometime before 5:15 p.m. in the 3800 block of Whitestone Court. Medics are on the way to Miami Valley Hospital, according to the Montgomery County Regional Dispatch Center.
Reds announce ‘Rookies Day,’ roster moves

Reds announce ‘Rookies Day,’ roster moves

The Reds will host “Reds Rookies Day” at Great American Ball Park on Aug. 27.  Over 500 Reds Rookies Baby Club members and their parents will take part in a parade before the game, the team said in a release.  The Kroger Fan Zone will be transformed into the “Baby Zone” with pregame events ongoing. There will also be giveaways.  The Reds Rookies club is for children...
Key Bengals returning to health, but Sunday status remains unclear

Key Bengals returning to health, but Sunday status remains unclear

The Cincinnati Bengals have four key players who have yet to take a snap in the preseason, and there does appear to be any urgency to remedy that Sunday at Washington or Aug. 31 in the finale at Indianapolis. While wide receiver and first-round pick John Ross (shoulder) only began participating fully in practice last week, and safety George Iloka (knee) returned on a limited basis after two weeks...
5 thoughts from ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit on college football season

5 thoughts from ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit on college football season

ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit held a conference call with reporters from around the country Wednesday to discuss the 2017 season.  Here are some highlights from the former Ohio State and Centerville High School quarterback:  1. “I’m fired up to get the season started, probably like you are,” he said when asked about the first game he will broadcast this...
Around 100 doses of fentanyl, other drugs seized in search warrant

Around 100 doses of fentanyl, other drugs seized in search warrant

Police seized around 100 doses of fentanyl, crack cocaine, and drug paraphernalia during a search of a Dayton home Tuesday. A force combined with members of the Dayton Police Street Crimes Unit, the Drug Enforcement Agency, and HEAT Task Force served a search warrant at a home in the 100 block of Kastner Avenue on Tuesday. During the search, police and detectives found around 100 doses of fentanyl...
It’s Hartsock and Pendleton on Facebook Live

It’s Hartsock and Pendleton on Facebook Live

The boys are back, talking high school football. Follow Mike Hartsock, Sports Director for WHIO News Center 7, and Cox Media Group Ohio (Dayton Daily News) staff sports writer Marc Pendleton, on Facebook Live at 8 p.m. Wednesday. We’ll address the upcoming season that starts on Thursday. Join us and post your questions at https://www.facebook.com/MikeHartsockWHIO/

Kirk Herbstreit picks Ohio State to win 2017 national championship

Add Kirk Herbstreit to the list of Buckeye believers in the 2017 season. The former Ohio State quarterback and longtime ESPN analyst picked Ohio State to win the national championship in the 2017 season. It was all part of the annual “Herbie’s” which can be found in full here. Ohio State is ranked second in the preseason AP poll, and the Buckeyes were also...
Kettering police seize pot plants, weapon during search warrant

Kettering police seize pot plants, weapon during search warrant

Kettering police and member of the Tactical Crime Suppression Unit seized marijuana plants and a weapon from inside a home on Galewood Street during a search warrant Tuesday. Officers arrested Justin Brewer, 36, on multiple charges to include multiple drug charges, trafficking, weapons under disability and endangering children, according to Kettering Officer John Jung. Jung said children did...

My Senior Walk: Ohio State commitment Teradja Mitchell ready for business in 2017

Ohio State 2018 linebacker commitment Teradja Mitchell, a 5-star prospect at Bishop Sullivan Catholic in Virginia Beach, Va., has agreed to do a weekly journal of his senior season with the Crusaders. The nation’s second-ranked inside linebacker will join Land of 10 every Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. ET. Hey everyone, welcome to my weekly journal for Land of 10. I&rsquo...
5 area prep football coaches talk about taking on new challenges

5 area prep football coaches talk about taking on new challenges

Another season of high school football is nearly upon us, and more than a dozen area programs are under new management.  We talked to five area coaches in their first year with a school this fall to see what goes into establishing a new program.  Here is what they said:  “The biggest piece I look at coming in is you have to know what you want to see on Friday night. What do you...
Frustration remains as Huber Heights cell tower dispute continues

Frustration remains as Huber Heights cell tower dispute continues

T-Mobile has adjusted plans for a new cell phone tower, but neighbors of a local church remain concerned about the congregation’s plan to lease the land for the tower’s construction. Last year, the city’s planning commission rejected the proposal for the tower behind the Huber Heights Baptist Temple, 7730 Taylorsville Road. T-Mobile and Eco-Site Inc., the company that seeks to build...
Carlisle-Franklin set to clash in season-opening rivalry game

Carlisle-Franklin set to clash in season-opening rivalry game

The backyard rivalry game between the Carlisle and Franklin high school football teams is coming to a close, at least for now, but the final meeting of nine straight in the series brings a little extra intrigue. Both squads won their respective division of the Southwestern Buckeye League last year and are looking to get their 2017 campaigns off to a strong start. They meet for the 13th time since...
WATCH: Homer Bailey discusses leaving latest start

WATCH: Homer Bailey discusses leaving latest start

Homer Bailey exited his Tuesday start in the top of the fourth inning with shoulder discomfort. It was precautionary, as the Reds have to play it safe with a player whose career has been derailed by injury. Bailey isn’t expected to miss his next start.
Medical helicopter called to Sugarcreek Twp. crash

Medical helicopter called to Sugarcreek Twp. crash

An approximately 50-year-old man was hurt after he lost control of his vehicle and crashed in to a tree, according to police. The victim was transported to a local hospital, where his condition is not currently known, police said. Police said they expect Upper Bellbrook Road to be closed for at least another hour-and-a-half while crews reconstruct the scene. Police advise that Upper Bellbrook Road...
Man indicted on murder charges in October slaying

Man indicted on murder charges in October slaying

A grand jury indicted a man accused of shooting to death Lynn Shackelford at the Summit Square Apartments last October. Ralphiel Harris, 28, of Dayton, was indicted for two counts of murder and two counts of felonious assault, A warrant has been issued for Harris’ arrest, according to court records. He is scheduled to be arraigned on Sept. 7.
Jefferson grad Adreian Payne lands with new NBA team

Jefferson grad Adreian Payne lands with new NBA team

Dayton native Adreian Payne has a new team – actually two – for the upcoming basketball season.  The Jefferson High School graduate signed a two-way contract with the Orlando Magic on Tuesday.  Payne, 26, played in 18 games for the Minnesota Timberwolves last season, averaging 3.5 points and 1.8 rebounds in 7.5 minutes per game.  He also logged three games with the Erie...

Cleveland Browns sign former Ohio State DB Christian Bryant

Christian Bryant is coming back to the Buckeye state. The former Ohio State standout and Cleveland native was signed by his hometown NFL team Wednesday. Bryant, a safety, played in 36 games for Ohio State from 2010-2013, making 168 tackles and two interceptions as a Buckeye. He was a seventh round selection by the St. Louis Rams in the 2014 NFL Draft, but has struggled to...
VIDEO: Hot-hitting Reds prospect Trammell posts 5 RBIs

VIDEO: Hot-hitting Reds prospect Trammell posts 5 RBIs

Taylor Trammell continued torturing the opposing pitcher on Tuesday for the Single-A Dayton Dragons. Trammell had a career-high five RBIs. His two hits made it his fourth multi-hit game in his last seven. The 19-year-old is hitting .357 with three homers and 10 RBIs over those games. Check out Trammell’s latest performance here.
Signs point to first-round pick Ross playing Sunday

Signs point to first-round pick Ross playing Sunday

Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis wouldn’t say it, but signs point to rookie first-round pick John Ross making his preseason debut Sunday at Washington. Quarterback Andy Dalton made it sound as though he expects to be throwing passes to Ross in the nationally televised game. “I think this will be a good chance for people to see him for the first time and for him to get some first-game...
Huber Police believe no one home at hostage situation

Huber Police believe no one home at hostage situation

Police made contact with the male resident, who was at work, and he’s now on the way home. Police will still do a sweep of the house. Police are investigating a reported hostage situation at a home in the area of Endicott and Powell roads, however officers are still trying to verify the report, investigators said. Police said a woman came into the Huber Heights police station reporting that...
Lewis frustrated with Bengals third-down defense

Lewis frustrated with Bengals third-down defense

Marvin Lewis was vocally frustrated with his team’s third down defense after the team’s 30-12 loss to the Chiefs last weekend. "There's no way for us to simulate that (in practice), the pushing and shoving, and all the wear and tear in your legs, the physical part of that," Lewis said. "No way to mimic that. I wish we could script it that way again so I can get their wind...

Ohio State mailbag: Which player is in line for a breakout season?

Have Ohio State football questions? We’ve got answers. Join us every  Wednesday  for the  Land of 10 Ohio State mailbag to talk all things Buckeyes. This week, we’ll discuss breakout players, the Ohio State offense and...
Shook Construction may move to new HQ

Shook Construction may move to new HQ

The Shook Construction headquarters building on Northcutt Place is on the market, and the company may be looking at a move to Moraine, according to city documents. Moraine City Council on Thursday will consider entering into a development agreement with Shook Construction for relocation and improvement of a corporate building at 2000 W. Dorothy Lane. The agreement, as outlined in a council meeting...
Shocker: PFF praises Green’s production

Shocker: PFF praises Green’s production

It’s not surprising, but A.J. Green is among the league’s top three most productive receivers in the last two seasons. In most yards gained per route run, a study by Pro Football Focus, Green came in third, just behind Julio Jones and Antonio Brown. Green is often considered one of the sport’s five best wideouts. The Bengals made the playoffs in every year of his career until 2016...

Ohio State will win national title and Saquon Barkley will win Heisman, predicts Sports Illustrated analyst

Big things could be in store for the Big Ten in 2017, according to some of the nation’s top college football analysts. Sports Illustrated released its list of championship predictions, Heisman Trophy picks and breakout stars on Wednesday. Bruce Feldman predicted a national title for Ohio State with the Buckeyes taking down Alabama in the title game. Another one of the five writers...
Eager Middies taking aim at Lima in season opener

Eager Middies taking aim at Lima in season opener

The big picture is starting to come into focus for Middletown High School’s football team. The Middies are coming off an 0-10 season, so clearly they’re eager to start the 2017 campaign at home Friday night against Lima Senior. And the purple crew registered a scrimmage win over Lakota East last weekend, which is a big deal for a program that’s been on a downslide. “Since the...
Erickson among PFF’s best slot WRs this preseason

Erickson among PFF’s best slot WRs this preseason

Alex Erickson has been a standout performer for the Bengals this preseason. In fact, he’s been perhaps the NFL’s best slot weapon, according to Pro Football Focus. An undrafted free agent from Wisconsin, Erickson only had six catches for 71 yards a season ago. He did, however, post an average of 27.9 yards on his kickoff returns. But now Erickson’s on the bubble, and it might take...
Report: Osweiler will be inactive for Browns on Saturday

Report: Osweiler will be inactive for Browns on Saturday

Brock Osweiler may have lost more than the Browns’ quarterback competition. Osweiler is not expected to be active on Saturday in Tampa Bay, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. <div></div><br><blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">This is interesting: Cleveland QB Brock Osweiler is not expected to play in the Browns'...
Witnesses restrain man accused of park sex act until PD arrives

Witnesses restrain man accused of park sex act until PD arrives

A man arrested in possession of strawberry kiwi flavored lubricant while performing a sex act in a local park was pinned down by witnesses until police arrived, according to a report. Kevin Hibner, 61, of Beavercreek, was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on a public indecency charge. Dayton police responded to Triangle Park around 4 p.m. Tuesday after witnesses said Hibner walked past a group...
VIDEO: Gennett hits his 22nd long ball of season

VIDEO: Gennett hits his 22nd long ball of season

It’s safe to call the late addition of Scooter Gennett a win for the Reds. Gennett hammered his 22nd homer of the season against the Cubs in the third inning of an eventual 13-9 loss. <div></div><br><blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Scootin' around the diamond for the 22nd time in 2017. �� <a...
Payne stepping down as Augusta National chairman

Payne stepping down as Augusta National chairman

Having drawn the Masters a map to the 21st century and eventually holding open the door for the first women members at Augusta National, Billy Payne announced Wednesday he was abdicating his chairmanship of America’s most famous and influential golf club. Payne, who turns 70 in October, let it be known Wednesday that 11 years was enough leading an elite green-jacketed membership and serving...
Meet Fred Ridley, the new Augusta National chairman 

Meet Fred Ridley, the new Augusta National chairman 

Augusta National will have its first chairman who knows the Masters inside and out, as both a competitor and longtime club member. Fred Ridley, set to become the club’s seventh chairman in October with the departure of Billy Payne, will be the first of these caretakers of the Masters to have played in the tournament. Three times, actually. Initially gaining entry as the 1975 U.S. Amateur champion...
Dayton lowers GPA rule for school sports: What it means

Dayton lowers GPA rule for school sports: What it means

Dayton Public Schools changed its policy regarding grade-point averages needed for students to take part in sports, lowering the score and setting up mandatory tutoring for those with lower scores. FIRST REPORT: DPS lowers GPA for sports eligibility, adds mandatory tutoring Here are key points about the policy: 1. State rules were lower. The Ohio High School Athletic Association has required...
WATCH: Eugenio Suarez has a career night against Cubs

WATCH: Eugenio Suarez has a career night against Cubs

Reds third baseman Eugenio Suarez had a career night in a 13-9 loss to the Cubs. Suarez collected a career-high five RBIs, including two homers. He’s hit .333 this month with six homers and 16 RBIs. <div></div><br><blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Geno served up two taters on Tuesday with a career-best five ribbies...
JOBS: ‘Project SoHo’ to bring 150 warehouse jobs to Fairborn

JOBS: ‘Project SoHo’ to bring 150 warehouse jobs to Fairborn

A new distribution warehouse will bring 150 new jobs to Fairborn, according to City Manager Rob Anderson. Construction on the 150,000 square foot facility on Spangler Road near Ohio 444 is already underway, though a ceremonial groundbreaking will likely come within the month, Anderson said. Details on who will operate the facility are still unclear. Last week in a video on Facebook, Anderson said...
Dayton men’s soccer coach confident after strong finish in 2016

Dayton men’s soccer coach confident after strong finish in 2016

Coach Dennis Currier described the 2016 season as roller coaster. His Dayton Flyers men’s soccer team finished 8-9-3 and never won more than two games in a row. “Last year we had a lot of new guys,” Currier said. “We lost a lot of our seniors who had such a good run in 2015.” Currier’s team built momentum for 2017 by beating Virginia Commonwealth in the regular-season...
College basketball: What are Dayton Flyers odds of winning national championship?

College basketball: What are Dayton Flyers odds of winning national championship?

While pro basketball dominates headlines this morning with the Kyrie Irving trade from Cleveland to Boston, we have updated odds on who will win the college basketball national championship next season.  If you want to put down some money on Anthony Grant leading the Dayton Flyers all the way to the top in his first season as head coach at his alma mater, it could net you a big chunk of...
Notes from the Reds’ 13-9 slug fest loss to Cubs

Notes from the Reds’ 13-9 slug fest loss to Cubs

The Reds fell short in a 13-9 loss to the Cubs. The two met for the fifth time in the last eight games, and like the series before, it didn’t disappoint.   Third baseman Eugenio Suarez collected a career-high five RBIs. In 21 games this month, Suarez is hitting .333 with six homers and 16 RBIs. Pitcher Homer Bailey left after three innings as a precautionary measure. He felt some irritation...

Ohio State football: Who will lead the Buckeyes in touchdowns in 2017?

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Preseason practice is wrapping up at Ohio State and it’s full speed ahead for the opener at Indiana on Aug. 31. That also means our Camp Questions series is hitting the homestretch, and with the depth chart taking shape, that narrows the focus for our Land of 10 reporters. All week they’ll be looking at key areas on the roster and forecasting...
Sports Today: Did the Cavs fleece the Celtics for Kyrie Irving?

Sports Today: Did the Cavs fleece the Celtics for Kyrie Irving?

On the surface, the Kyrie Irving trade from Cleveland to Boston for three players and a first-round draft pick to Boston seems pretty one-sided to me.  I'm not sure there's a whole lot of difference between Irving and fellow All-Star Isaiah Thomas, and then Cleveland got back multiple other useful pieces.  Plus the guy they sent away didn't want to be there. I don't know how much closer...
Centervile Police searching for two theft suspects

Centervile Police searching for two theft suspects

Centerville police are searching for two theft suspects that were accused of luring a victim into depositing money in several fraudulent bank accounts after being involved in an online relationship. Police said the victim deposited money into the accounts in multiple states at the request of the suspects.  On June 13, The two suspects were captured on surveillance video at the Kettering Meijer...
Are your vitamins putting you at higher risk for lung cancer?

Are your vitamins putting you at higher risk for lung cancer?

A new study, published Tuesday in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, has found a link between high doses of vitamin B6 and B12 supplements and increased lung cancer risk, especially among men who smoke. Researchers recruited more than 77,000 adults ages 50-76 in Washington and collected data on the participants’ vitamin use over the past 10 years, including dosage information. They found that...
Parents get late start to back-to-school shopping

Parents get late start to back-to-school shopping

Nearly a quarter of parents haven’t started shopping for back-to-school items yet, and national retailers are feeling the impact. Of parents surveyed last week, only 13 percent had completed all their shopping, and 23 percent had not started at all, according to the National Retail Federation, which forecast families will spend $83.6 billion on back-to-school this year, including $29.5 billion...
Sexual relationship with underage teen lands Springfield man in prison

Sexual relationship with underage teen lands Springfield man in prison

A Springfield man who pleaded guilty to a count of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor was sentenced to 28 months in prison Wednesday. Raymar Thompson, 21, was also ordered to be a Tier 2 sex offender for the next 25 years. Clark County Public Defender Jim Marshall, who represented Thompson, said the teenager was 15 at the time while Thompson was 21. RELATED: Springfield man accused of posting minor&rsquo...
Student's dorm room goes viral after total makeover

Student's dorm room goes viral after total makeover

For many college students, living in a dorm is a part of the experience. While some newer dorms try to outfit incoming students with trendy amenities and updated furnishings, much older dormitories often need a lot of work to go from drab to fab. Enter Skylar Bantz’s room.  Bantz, according to a now-viral Facebook post by her mother, had the help of six other people to completely transform...
Catholic priest reveals past Ku Klux Klan membership: 'My actions were despicable'

Catholic priest reveals past Ku Klux Klan membership: 'My actions were despicable'

A Catholic priest is temporarily stepping away from his public duties after writing in an op-ed about his membership in the Ku Klux Klan four decades ago. The Catholic Diocese of Arlington, Virginia, said Rev. William Aitcheson penned the article to show the transformation possible in life. Aitcheson volunteered to take a leave on the day the article was published, officials said. It was not immediately...
Starbucks introduces their own sushi burrito

Starbucks introduces their own sushi burrito

The coffee giant is at it again, this time jumping onto the sushi burrito bandwagon. Starbucks calls it a Chicken Maki Roll and lists it under sandwiches. The company has labeled the new concoction “a classic California chicken burrito with a twist,” according to the corporation’s press release. Unfortunately for us in Ohio, the Starbucks sushi burrito is only an option...

Opinion: Watching the eclipse in Oregon

SALEM, Ore. — It was a lovely August morning here in Salem, with a warm sun blazing from a blue sky, when the world began to end. Or that’s what it felt like. Imperceptibly the sky darkened, and instead of growing hotter, the air grew cool. It was as if dusk began at 9:30 a.m. Then, abruptly, in just a few minutes, a bit after 10 a.m., night spread across Salem, where I was watching the...
Fired officer wants county to pay for his defense in civil suit

Fired officer wants county to pay for his defense in civil suit

A dispute between a fired Montgomery County corrections officer and the county took another turn this week with the former officer saying the sheriff’s office is retaliating against him by refusing to pay for his defense in a civil lawsuit filed by an inmate. Attorneys for the county argue that taxpayers shouldn’t have to provide legal defense for the fired officer, Jerrid Campbell, who...
Bride, groom end up in cuffs after wedding turns into bar fight

Bride, groom end up in cuffs after wedding turns into bar fight

A bride and groom had been married for only a few hours after a fight broke out and they were placed in handcuffs and arrested. Eyewitnesses told “Inside Edition” that about ten people went to a bar in Edmonton Saturday night. The bride was in her gown, the groom in his tux. >> Read more trending news The wedding party was there for about 20 minutes before the bartender cut them...
UD welcomes first students enrolled in Sinclair transfer academy

UD welcomes first students enrolled in Sinclair transfer academy

Maria Loyd never pictured herself as a University of Dayton graduate, but in less than two years she’ll become one with the help of a relatively new partnership the school has with Sinclair Community College. The UD-Sinclair Academy was launched in the spring of 2016 and allows students to begin their studies at Sinclair Community College and finish a bachelor’s degree at UD. The agreement...
2 dozen French bulldogs need a home, up for adoption Sat. after rescue in Denver

2 dozen French bulldogs need a home, up for adoption Sat. after rescue in Denver

A Colorado animal shelter is offering up more than two dozen French bulldogs for adoption this weekend after a recent animal rescue in Denver. The Denver Animal Shelter can’t answer many questions about the dogs, which were removed from a home after a special investigation, because the case is still pending, according to a post on the agency’s Facebook page. But shelter officials did say...
‘He had wings and a halo': Daycare worker charged after 5-year-old found dead in driveway

‘He had wings and a halo': Daycare worker charged after 5-year-old found dead in driveway

Relatives, law enforcement and the community at large were stunned Monday after a 5-year-old Alabama boy was found dead in a driveway and a worker at his daycare was subsequently charged with abuse of a corpse.  Charges against Valarie Rena Patterson, 46, of Mobile, have been upgraded to include one of manslaughter in the death of Kamden Dewan Johnson, according to Fox 10 in Mobile. The...
What do Trump voters in Ohio say about him now?

What do Trump voters in Ohio say about him now?

President Donald Trump’s national poll numbers are taking a beating but Trump voters in southern Ohio are standing by him, though some of them wish the president would be less combative and knock off all the tweeting. A Morning Consult/Politico poll of 1,987 registered voters released Wednesday shows 39 percent approve of the job Trump is doing while 56 percent disapprove, “putting him...
School bus driver accused of DUI with 31 students on board

School bus driver accused of DUI with 31 students on board

A Georgia school bus driver was fired after she allegedly drove a bus full of students while under the influence of alcohol, officials said. >> Read more trending news Carole Ann Etheridge was arrested Monday on one count of DUI and 16 counts of endangering a child, according to the sheriff’s office. There were 31 students on the bus, but 16 were under the age of 14, Walton schools spokeswoman...
Beach shut down after shark bites paddleboard in 3 feet of water

Beach shut down after shark bites paddleboard in 3 feet of water

Lifeguards closed a Massachusetts beach on Wednesday morning after a shark bit a paddleboard about 30 yards offshore, the acting superintendent for the Cape Cod National Seashore said. A stand-up paddleboarder was in the waters off Marconi Beach in Wellfleet around 10:30 a.m. when a shark approached and bit the board. Kathy Tevyaw, acting superintendent for the Cape Cod National Seashore, said the...
Kroger grocery store employee accused of stealing more than $25,000 in groceries

Kroger grocery store employee accused of stealing more than $25,000 in groceries

An employee at a Tennessee grocery store is accused of stealing more than $25,000 worth of groceries over a nine-year period.  >> Read more trending news Police responded to an embezzlement call at the Kroger in the 700 block of Truse Parkway Wednesday.  The Regional Organized Retail Crime Manager for Kroger told police he received information that a night stocker, Marvin Cash...
Taylor Swift’s new album title, release date announced

Taylor Swift’s new album title, release date announced

The wait is over for Swifties -- Taylor Swift has announced details of her new album. >> Read more trending news “Reputation,” Swift’s sixth album, will be released Nov. 10. The title of the first single hasn’t been revealed, but the song will arrive Thursday evening. Swift decorated her Instagram page Wednesday with a few glimpses of the black-and-white cover, which...
Maria Menounos to join Miss America judge panel

Maria Menounos to join Miss America judge panel

Not long after revealing she was diagnosed with a brain tumor and stepping down from her on-air position with E! News, Maria Menounos has joined the Miss America judging panel, PEOPLE magazine reported. >> Read more trending news Menounos, who was Miss Massachusetts Teen USA in 1996, will be joined by five other celebrities to choose the winner of the 97th annual competition, which...
I was detained for protesting Trump. Here's what the Secret Service asked me.

I was detained for protesting Trump. Here's what the Secret Service asked me.

Like many events that end up with a person in handcuffs, my story begins in a bar. I was in Atlanta earlier this month for Netroots Nation, the annual meeting of progressive organizers and writers, when I overheard friends discussing how to resist President Trump's first visit to Trump Tower. I jumped into the conversation: "Well, you call me, of course." Twenty minutes later, we had a rough...
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