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More public officials dinged for ethics violations
 The Greene County developmental disabilities superintendent, a Harveysburg village council member and two state government administrators were among 26 public officials the Ohio Ethics Commission entered into settlement agreements with last year to resolve alleged ethics violations. This is an increase from 2016, when the state agency reprimanded...

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The Greene County developmental disabilities superintendent, a Harveysburg village council member and two state government administrators were among 26 public officials the Ohio Ethics Commission entered into settlement agreements with last year to resolve alleged ethics violations. This is an increase from 2016, when the state agency reprimanded...
Charter school failure could be largest in state history
 Parents of more than 1,000 students across the region are scrambling to find new schools for their children just days away from what could be the largest charter school failure in state history. The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, an online school, notified parents this week they could suspend operations Jan. 19 as they work out issues...

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Parents of more than 1,000 students across the region are scrambling to find new schools for their children just days away from what could be the largest charter school failure in state history. The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, an online school, notified parents this week they could suspend operations Jan. 19 as they work out issues...
Shoveling your sidewalk is the law in many local cities
 Many local cities have ordinances requiring homeowners or building occupants to clear their sidewalks of ice and snow, though some rules are rarely enforced. A Dayton city law passed in 2014 says, “It shall be the duty of the owner or of the occupant of each and every parcel of real estate in the city abutting upon any sidewalk...

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Many local cities have ordinances requiring homeowners or building occupants to clear their sidewalks of ice and snow, though some rules are rarely enforced. A Dayton city law passed in 2014 says, “It shall be the duty of the owner or of the occupant of each and every parcel of real estate in the city abutting upon any sidewalk...
President Trump taps Kettering vice mayor Rob Scott for SBA post
 Kettering Vice Mayor Rob Scott started a new full-time job this week as regional administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration for the Great Lakes Region, which covers six-states including Ohio. The post was appointed by President Donald Trump. Scott was an early Trump supporter, served as Trump’s deputy campaign manager in...

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Kettering Vice Mayor Rob Scott started a new full-time job this week as regional administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration for the Great Lakes Region, which covers six-states including Ohio. The post was appointed by President Donald Trump. Scott was an early Trump supporter, served as Trump’s deputy campaign manager in...
What does Huber Heights medical pot ban mean for planned growing site there?
 A vote by Huber Heights city council this week to ban medical marijuana in the city will end a proposed small-scale growing facility on Executive Boulevard that got a license from the state of Ohio to open after initially getting a green light from the city. City law director Gerald McDonald shied council members away from discussing whether...

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A vote by Huber Heights city council this week to ban medical marijuana in the city will end a proposed small-scale growing facility on Executive Boulevard that got a license from the state of Ohio to open after initially getting a green light from the city. City law director Gerald McDonald shied council members away from discussing whether...
Appeals court upholds judge’s order in Dayton ‘racial profiling’ case
 An appeals court upheld a Montgomery County judge’s ruling that a gun and drugs Dayton police found in a traffic stop should be thrown out as evidence because officers had no justification for pulling over the driver. The Second District Court of Appeals’ Dec. 29 ruling did not go into Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge...

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An appeals court upheld a Montgomery County judge’s ruling that a gun and drugs Dayton police found in a traffic stop should be thrown out as evidence because officers had no justification for pulling over the driver. The Second District Court of Appeals’ Dec. 29 ruling did not go into Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge...
11 Dayton Daily News investigations that shaped 2017
 From conditions at county jails to child brides to abuse of power and government waste, fraud and failure, our I-Team and other reporters at the Dayton Daily News delivered in 2017 investigative journalism that shed a spotlight on community issues and led to change.  This in-depth reporting is made possible by your subscription and readership...

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From conditions at county jails to child brides to abuse of power and government waste, fraud and failure, our I-Team and other reporters at the Dayton Daily News delivered in 2017 investigative journalism that shed a spotlight on community issues and led to change.  This in-depth reporting is made possible by your subscription and readership...
Children’s staff won’t be charged, but prosecutor critical of failure to report
 A judge on Thursday sentenced former Dayton Children’s Hospital doctor Arun Aggarwal to spend six more months behind bars then return to India for improperly touching the breasts of two teenage female patients. Aggarwal’s sentence from Montgomery County Common Pleas Judge Mary Wiseman was for 10 months, but he was given credit...

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A judge on Thursday sentenced former Dayton Children’s Hospital doctor Arun Aggarwal to spend six more months behind bars then return to India for improperly touching the breasts of two teenage female patients. Aggarwal’s sentence from Montgomery County Common Pleas Judge Mary Wiseman was for 10 months, but he was given credit...
Ex-doctor at Dayton Children’s sentenced for sex offenses
 Former Dayton Children’s Hospital Dr. Arun Aggarwal was sentenced Thursday to 10 months in prison and ordered to return to India upon his release after pleading guilty last week to four counts of gross sexual imposition stemming from allegations that the pediatric gastroenterologist inappropriately touched the breasts of two teenage...

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Former Dayton Children’s Hospital Dr. Arun Aggarwal was sentenced Thursday to 10 months in prison and ordered to return to India upon his release after pleading guilty last week to four counts of gross sexual imposition stemming from allegations that the pediatric gastroenterologist inappropriately touched the breasts of two teenage...
RTA union calls off New Year’s Day bus strike
 Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority buses will keep running through the new year after the union representing RTA drivers and mechanics pushed back a threatened strike, according to the incoming union president. Gerald Duncan, who will take over as president of the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1385 after an election last weekend...

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Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority buses will keep running through the new year after the union representing RTA drivers and mechanics pushed back a threatened strike, according to the incoming union president. Gerald Duncan, who will take over as president of the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1385 after an election last weekend...
With strike looming, RTA union changes leadership
 The union representing Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority drivers and mechanics has voted in a new president as they inch toward a potential strike set for New Year’s Day. Glenn Salyer, president of the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1385, confirmed Saturday that union members voted for union financial secretary Gerald Duncan...

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The union representing Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority drivers and mechanics has voted in a new president as they inch toward a potential strike set for New Year’s Day. Glenn Salyer, president of the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1385, confirmed Saturday that union members voted for union financial secretary Gerald Duncan...
Controversial arcade game ‘Harambe Kong’ based on Cincinnati zoo gorilla shooting
 A new retro-arcade game is getting attention for making light of the death of Harambe the gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo in 2016.  In the game, called Harambe Kong, players control Harambe and jump around the screen trying to catch food. But if they touch a child, the gorilla dies a bloody death.  The real Harambe, a 450-pound western...

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A new retro-arcade game is getting attention for making light of the death of Harambe the gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo in 2016.  In the game, called Harambe Kong, players control Harambe and jump around the screen trying to catch food. But if they touch a child, the gorilla dies a bloody death.  The real Harambe, a 450-pound western...
Former doctor at Dayton Children’s pleads guilty to sex offenses
 Former Dayton Children’s Hospital doctor Arun Aggarwal pleaded guilty Thursday to four counts of gross sexual imposition, according to Montgomery County Common Pleas court records. Aggarwal, a pediatric gastroenterologist, had previously pleaded not guilty to allegations that he improperly touched the breasts of two teenage female patients...

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Former Dayton Children’s Hospital doctor Arun Aggarwal pleaded guilty Thursday to four counts of gross sexual imposition, according to Montgomery County Common Pleas court records. Aggarwal, a pediatric gastroenterologist, had previously pleaded not guilty to allegations that he improperly touched the breasts of two teenage female patients...
Videos show police questioning children’s hospital officials
 Police videos show Dayton detectives in May 2015 repeatedly questioned Dayton Children’s Hospital administrators about why they didn’t report to law enforcement two parents’ allegations that a pediatric gastroenterologist touched their teenage daughters’ breasts. The videos, obtained by the Dayton Daily News using...

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Police videos show Dayton detectives in May 2015 repeatedly questioned Dayton Children’s Hospital administrators about why they didn’t report to law enforcement two parents’ allegations that a pediatric gastroenterologist touched their teenage daughters’ breasts. The videos, obtained by the Dayton Daily News using...
Guilty plea in doctor’s case sheds light on reporting delays
 The guilty plea of a local doctor accused of touching the breasts of two teenage girls is the latest turn in a case that raises questions about why Dayton Children’s Hospital administrators did not immediately report the allegations to law enforcement. Police videos obtained by the 
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Posted: 26 days ago

The guilty plea of a local doctor accused of touching the breasts of two teenage girls is the latest turn in a case that raises questions about why Dayton Children’s Hospital administrators did not immediately report the allegations to law enforcement. Police videos obtained by the Dayton Daily News using...
Twp. agrees to pay controversial ethics officer 4 months’ pay to leave
 Miami Twp. trustees voted 2-1 this week to end the employment of controversial compliance and ethics officer Mukesh Singh and pay him four months’ salary as part of a separation agreement. Singh’s work for the township was criticized by Donald Culp and John Morris, who will take office as trustees in January after unseating incumbents...

Posted: 26 days ago

Miami Twp. trustees voted 2-1 this week to end the employment of controversial compliance and ethics officer Mukesh Singh and pay him four months’ salary as part of a separation agreement. Singh’s work for the township was criticized by Donald Culp and John Morris, who will take office as trustees in January after unseating incumbents...
Report: Ohio cities facing fiscal stress despite improving economy
 All Ohio cities and counties are experiencing heightened fiscal stress, according to a report from Ohio Auditor of State Dave Yost, but Springfield, Riverside, Lebanon and Cincinnati were included on a list of 13 cities that Yost said were a step away from facing increased financial risk. In addition, the report named nine cities and one...

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All Ohio cities and counties are experiencing heightened fiscal stress, according to a report from Ohio Auditor of State Dave Yost, but Springfield, Riverside, Lebanon and Cincinnati were included on a list of 13 cities that Yost said were a step away from facing increased financial risk. In addition, the report named nine cities and one...
Timeline: Wright State’s controversial multi-million dollar consultant
 The Ohio Inspector General’s office this week released the findings of an investigation that called into question $1.8 million of $2.3 million Wright State University paid to Ron Wine Consulting Group. This follows years of reporting by the Dayton Daily News I-Team of Ron Wine’s work for the university. Here is...

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The Ohio Inspector General’s office this week released the findings of an investigation that called into question $1.8 million of $2.3 million Wright State University paid to Ron Wine Consulting Group. This follows years of reporting by the Dayton Daily News I-Team of Ron Wine’s work for the university. Here is...
Report questions $1.8 million paid by WSU to consultant
 The Ohio Inspector General’s office Tuesday said it flagged as questionable about $1.8 million of the $2.3 million Wright State University paid economic development consultant Ron Wine and sent a 20-page report on the findings to the Greene County prosecutor’s office and state auditor for review. But an attorney for Wine, who...

4:46 PM Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017

The Ohio Inspector General’s office Tuesday said it flagged as questionable about $1.8 million of the $2.3 million Wright State University paid economic development consultant Ron Wine and sent a 20-page report on the findings to the Greene County prosecutor’s office and state auditor for review. But an attorney for Wine, who...
Wright State ordered to pay $91K to doctor facing sex charges
 An arbitrator has ordered Wright State University to pay $91,799 to a former Dayton Children’s Hospital doctor who was fired amid an investigation into whether he inappropriately touched the breasts of two female patients. The allegations led to four counts of felony gross sexual imposition against the doctor, Arun Aggarwal, filed in...

7:06 PM Monday, Dec. 11, 2017

An arbitrator has ordered Wright State University to pay $91,799 to a former Dayton Children’s Hospital doctor who was fired amid an investigation into whether he inappropriately touched the breasts of two female patients. The allegations led to four counts of felony gross sexual imposition against the doctor, Arun Aggarwal, filed in...
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