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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...

11:00 AM Friday, Dec. 15, 2017

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...
How will Ohio know gun owners don’t use medical pot? The honor system
 Once Ohio’s medical marijuana program gets off the ground, the state will rely on the honor system to ensure those seeking concealed-carry permits aren’t also licensed to use pot for medical reasons. Federal law prohibits cannabis users from possessing a gun or getting a CCW, but background checks conducted before Ohioans buy...

5:20 PM Friday, Dec. 08, 2017

Once Ohio’s medical marijuana program gets off the ground, the state will rely on the honor system to ensure those seeking concealed-carry permits aren’t also licensed to use pot for medical reasons. Federal law prohibits cannabis users from possessing a gun or getting a CCW, but background checks conducted before Ohioans buy...
Complete timeline of pepper-spray incident at Montgomery County Jail
 A retired Montgomery County jail sergeant in an exclusive interview with the Dayton Daily News explained how a video of a restrained inmate being pepper-sprayed at the jail got into the hands of a local attorney who brought national attention to it. Eric Banks said he and another sergeant made a copy of the video and called the FBI &mdash...

11:00 AM Friday, Dec. 08, 2017

A retired Montgomery County jail sergeant in an exclusive interview with the Dayton Daily News explained how a video of a restrained inmate being pepper-sprayed at the jail got into the hands of a local attorney who brought national attention to it. Eric Banks said he and another sergeant made a copy of the video and called the FBI &mdash...
Former jail sergeant alleges cover-up in interview
 A retired Montgomery County jail sergeant has revealed for the first time how video of a restrained inmate being pepper-sprayed in the jail was obtained by a local attorney, who posted it online and brought national attention to the incident. In an exclusive interview with the Dayton Daily News, Eric Banks said he and a fellow sergeant, Ransley...

3:14 PM Thursday, Dec. 07, 2017

A retired Montgomery County jail sergeant has revealed for the first time how video of a restrained inmate being pepper-sprayed in the jail was obtained by a local attorney, who posted it online and brought national attention to the incident. In an exclusive interview with the Dayton Daily News, Eric Banks said he and a fellow sergeant, Ransley...
Former jail sergeant alleges cover-up of pepper-spray incident
 A retired Montgomery County jail sergeant has revealed for the first time how video of a restrained inmate being pepper-sprayed in the jail was obtained by a local attorney, who posted it online and brought national attention to the incident. In an exclusive interview with the Dayton Daily News, Eric Banks said he and a fellow sergeant...

11:00 AM Thursday, Dec. 07, 2017

A retired Montgomery County jail sergeant has revealed for the first time how video of a restrained inmate being pepper-sprayed in the jail was obtained by a local attorney, who posted it online and brought national attention to the incident. In an exclusive interview with the Dayton Daily News, Eric Banks said he and a fellow sergeant...
Legal marijuana users barred from owning guns or ammunition in Ohio
 People who register with the state of Ohio to legally use medical marijuana will be prohibited from possessing firearms under federal law, according to guidance released by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. In an open letter to federally licensed firearms dealers, the ATF advised in 2011 that marijuana is still a Schedule...

3:41 AM Tuesday, Dec. 05, 2017

People who register with the state of Ohio to legally use medical marijuana will be prohibited from possessing firearms under federal law, according to guidance released by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. In an open letter to federally licensed firearms dealers, the ATF advised in 2011 that marijuana is still a Schedule...
No guns: Ohio’s medical marijuana users won’t be able to have firearms
 People who register with the state of Ohio to legally use medical marijuana will be prohibited from possessing firearms under federal law, according to guidance released by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. In an open letter to federally licensed firearms dealers, the ATF advised in 2011 that marijuana is still a Schedule...

4:10 PM Monday, Dec. 04, 2017

People who register with the state of Ohio to legally use medical marijuana will be prohibited from possessing firearms under federal law, according to guidance released by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. In an open letter to federally licensed firearms dealers, the ATF advised in 2011 that marijuana is still a Schedule...
Next step taken in Ohio medical marijuana: 5 things you should know
 Ohioans are a little closer to having access to medical marijuana. The state on Thursday released the list of 12 companies that were granted large-scale cultivation licenses, out of a pool of 109 that applied.  The awards come nearly a month after the state announced licenses for 11 small-scale growers out of a pool of 76 applicants...

1:23 PM Friday, Dec. 01, 2017

Ohioans are a little closer to having access to medical marijuana. The state on Thursday released the list of 12 companies that were granted large-scale cultivation licenses, out of a pool of 109 that applied.  The awards come nearly a month after the state announced licenses for 11 small-scale growers out of a pool of 76 applicants...
Springfield, Yellow Springs to get large marijuana growing operations
 Ohio’s nascent medical marijuana industry took a giant step today when the state of Ohio awarded a dozen large-scale grower licenses, including one near Springfield and one in Yellow Springs.  The 12 winners, selected from a pool of 109 applicants, will be spread across the state from Brown to Erie counties.  The company Pure...

3:12 PM Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017

Ohio’s nascent medical marijuana industry took a giant step today when the state of Ohio awarded a dozen large-scale grower licenses, including one near Springfield and one in Yellow Springs.  The 12 winners, selected from a pool of 109 applicants, will be spread across the state from Brown to Erie counties.  The company Pure...
Here are the four addresses in Beavercreek vying to sell medical pot
 Three companies have filed paperwork with the city of Beavercreek identifying four potential sites of medical marijuana storefront dispensaries in the city. State officials have said four companies applied for licenses to sell medical marijuana in Greene County when the state’s medical cannabis program becomes operational next year...

3:45 PM Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017

Three companies have filed paperwork with the city of Beavercreek identifying four potential sites of medical marijuana storefront dispensaries in the city. State officials have said four companies applied for licenses to sell medical marijuana in Greene County when the state’s medical cannabis program becomes operational next year...
Where could medical marijuana be sold?: Dayton lists possible site addresses
 The companies Ohio Way LLC and Curaleaf Ohio Inc. are not listed as having applied with the Ohio Board of Pharmacy for medical marijuana dispensary licenses in Montgomery County. So while they filled out zoning forms with the city, it appears they did not take the next step of applying with the state.  Fourteen companies filed zoning...

11:36 PM Monday, Nov. 27, 2017

The companies Ohio Way LLC and Curaleaf Ohio Inc. are not listed as having applied with the Ohio Board of Pharmacy for medical marijuana dispensary licenses in Montgomery County. So while they filled out zoning forms with the city, it appears they did not take the next step of applying with the state.  Fourteen companies filed zoning...
Englewood mom gets 30-day deportation reprieve
 A last-minute reprieve from federal immigration officials means an Englewood mother will get to spend the holidays with her family before being deported back to her native Morocco. Fatiha Elgharib was scheduled to get on an airplane in Columbus today and leave the country, saying goodbye to her three children, including her 15-year-old son...

5:37 PM Monday, Nov. 27, 2017

A last-minute reprieve from federal immigration officials means an Englewood mother will get to spend the holidays with her family before being deported back to her native Morocco. Fatiha Elgharib was scheduled to get on an airplane in Columbus today and leave the country, saying goodbye to her three children, including her 15-year-old son...
I-Team probe led to changes, tax savings in Montgomery County
 A Montgomery County Auditor’s Office review of the I-Team’s findings that thousands of landlords and companies were getting tax credits meant for homeowners has led to 6,447 parcels being removed from the program. As a result, Ohio taxpayers could save $328,212 per year, according to a county audit released this week. A Florida...

12:00 AM Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017

A Montgomery County Auditor’s Office review of the I-Team’s findings that thousands of landlords and companies were getting tax credits meant for homeowners has led to 6,447 parcels being removed from the program. As a result, Ohio taxpayers could save $328,212 per year, according to a county audit released this week. A Florida...
Former sheriff’s sergeant alleges jail cover-up
 A former Montgomery County Sheriff’s sergeant accused in a lawsuit of beating jailed homeless veteran Joseph Guglielmo into a coma announced before the incident that he planned to “beat that old man’s (expletive),” according to testimony in the lawsuit from another former sergeant. Sgt. Eric Banks, who retired from...

3:29 PM Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017

A former Montgomery County Sheriff’s sergeant accused in a lawsuit of beating jailed homeless veteran Joseph Guglielmo into a coma announced before the incident that he planned to “beat that old man’s (expletive),” according to testimony in the lawsuit from another former sergeant. Sgt. Eric Banks, who retired from...
Lawsuit deposition: Jail sergeant overheard saying he would ‘beat’ inmate
 A former Montgomery County Jail sergeant said in recent deposition testimony that another sergeant announced he would “beat” an inmate before an altercation that left the inmate, a homeless veteran, in a coma.  Former Sgt. Eric Banks –- who took a medical retirement this month -- relayed his recollection of...

1:10 AM Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017

A former Montgomery County Jail sergeant said in recent deposition testimony that another sergeant announced he would “beat” an inmate before an altercation that left the inmate, a homeless veteran, in a coma.  Former Sgt. Eric Banks –- who took a medical retirement this month -- relayed his recollection of...
First they OD. Then they fail at treatment. Then they come here.
 “Show of hands,” said Montgomery County Court Administrator Jim Dare. “How many of you have overdosed?” Among the roughly three dozen women sitting circled in the former prison community room, nearly all raised their hands. “I’m thankful to be sitting here,” said Shellie Werling, 52, who has overdosed...

3:34 PM Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017

“Show of hands,” said Montgomery County Court Administrator Jim Dare. “How many of you have overdosed?” Among the roughly three dozen women sitting circled in the former prison community room, nearly all raised their hands. “I’m thankful to be sitting here,” said Shellie Werling, 52, who has overdosed...
Englewood mom of disabled boy gets deportation date: Nov. 27
 Sara Hamdi is still trying to figure out how to tell her brother, Sami, that their mother will be getting on an airplane after Thanksgiving and there’s no saying when they will see her again. Their mother, Fatiha Elgharib, received orders recently that she is being deported back to Morocco on Nov. 27 for over-staying her visa after...

12:58 AM Friday, Nov. 17, 2017

Sara Hamdi is still trying to figure out how to tell her brother, Sami, that their mother will be getting on an airplane after Thanksgiving and there’s no saying when they will see her again. Their mother, Fatiha Elgharib, received orders recently that she is being deported back to Morocco on Nov. 27 for over-staying her visa after...
Report reveals how public employees pocket public funds across Ohio
 State audits have uncovered $3.4 million in missing funds over the past decade at 77 governments across the state, including several in the Miami Valley, a report released today by the Ohio auditor’s office says. The report lays out schemes used by public employees at local governments and schools across the state to pocket public funds...

2:52 PM Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017

State audits have uncovered $3.4 million in missing funds over the past decade at 77 governments across the state, including several in the Miami Valley, a report released today by the Ohio auditor’s office says. The report lays out schemes used by public employees at local governments and schools across the state to pocket public funds...
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