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The deaths of five women in Dayton linked by drugs, possible foul play
 The first body was found June 21, 2017, amid the garbage, broken glass and booze bottles that litter the alley behind the many dilapidated vacant houses near North Main Street on West Norman Avenue in Dayton. Since then, four more women’s bodies have been found within a mile’s radius, most of them just blocks apart. Police don&rsquo...

11:00 AM Saturday, Mar. 03, 2018

The first body was found June 21, 2017, amid the garbage, broken glass and booze bottles that litter the alley behind the many dilapidated vacant houses near North Main Street on West Norman Avenue in Dayton. Since then, four more women’s bodies have been found within a mile’s radius, most of them just blocks apart. Police don&rsquo...
Mysterious deaths rock N. Main Street in Dayton
 Dayton police and the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office are investigating the mysterious deaths of five women within the last year. They died at a variety of unknown locations, but their bodies were all dumped in and around alleys along North Main Street in Dayton. So far, investigators have not found any evidence to connect the five cases...

10:22 PM Thursday, Mar. 01, 2018

Dayton police and the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office are investigating the mysterious deaths of five women within the last year. They died at a variety of unknown locations, but their bodies were all dumped in and around alleys along North Main Street in Dayton. So far, investigators have not found any evidence to connect the five cases...
Dayton mayor, local Democrats line up behind Gasper for Congress
 The race to take on Congressman Mike Turner in the fall heated up Tuesday as Democrat Theresa Gasper lined up key endorsements from Democratic leaders. Gasper picked up the endorsement of several top Democratic office holders in Montgomery County, including Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley, County Commissioner Dan Foley and others. The announcement...

12:04 AM Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018

The race to take on Congressman Mike Turner in the fall heated up Tuesday as Democrat Theresa Gasper lined up key endorsements from Democratic leaders. Gasper picked up the endorsement of several top Democratic office holders in Montgomery County, including Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley, County Commissioner Dan Foley and others. The announcement...
Ohio’s bail system is based on someone’s ability to pay. Is that fair?
 When Dayton native DaJuan Hume was a college student at Ball State University in 2004, he was arrested for a crime he says he did not commit. By the time the charges were dropped, Hume had spent nearly two years in jail, lost his apartment and couldn’t afford the storage fees to get his vehicle out of the impound lot. “I lost...

4:55 PM Friday, Feb. 23, 2018

When Dayton native DaJuan Hume was a college student at Ball State University in 2004, he was arrested for a crime he says he did not commit. By the time the charges were dropped, Hume had spent nearly two years in jail, lost his apartment and couldn’t afford the storage fees to get his vehicle out of the impound lot. “I lost...
Area libraries institute bans, tighten security


Dayton area libraries have increased security in response to a growing number of people who are committing crimes there instead of reading and relaxing.
An I-Team review of public records from police and the Dayton Metro Library show 279 people were removed from the main library at 215 E. Third St. in 2017. Another 35 people were charged...

6:41 PM Friday, Feb. 16, 2018

Dayton area libraries have increased security in response to a growing number of people who are committing crimes there instead of reading and relaxing. An I-Team review of public records from police and the Dayton Metro Library show 279 people were removed from the main library at 215 E. Third St. in 2017. Another 35 people were charged...
Banned from the library
 Your local library may be quiet and full of resources, but it is safe? We tracked a growing number of disturbing incidents at Miami Valley libraries and looked at the changes that have been made to keep neighborhood crime from coming inside their walls.  "When you're inviting in a cross section of society then things can happen...

10:50 PM Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018

Your local library may be quiet and full of resources, but it is safe? We tracked a growing number of disturbing incidents at Miami Valley libraries and looked at the changes that have been made to keep neighborhood crime from coming inside their walls.  "When you're inviting in a cross section of society then things can happen...
Forgotten cash a windfall for Kettering family
 A Kettering couple has been trying to unravel a mystery that surrounds a sizable pile of forgotten cash. Cindy and Marvin Frilling recently learned from the I-Team that $54,203.21 is sitting in an unclaimed funds account in Columbus under the name of Minnie Frilling, Marvin’s late mother. “I had no clue that kind of money would...

3:33 PM Wednesday, Feb. 07, 2018

A Kettering couple has been trying to unravel a mystery that surrounds a sizable pile of forgotten cash. Cindy and Marvin Frilling recently learned from the I-Team that $54,203.21 is sitting in an unclaimed funds account in Columbus under the name of Minnie Frilling, Marvin’s late mother. “I had no clue that kind of money would...
Anger over effort to free convicted killer: ‘He beat my sons to death’
 Even after 32 years, the trauma of finding her mother, sister, niece and two young sons slaughtered and three more children left for dead never leaves Tia Talbott. “I just keep wishing it wasn’t real — that it was a dream or bad nightmare and I would wake up and this is all not real,” she said. Talbott is having to...

11:00 AM Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018

Even after 32 years, the trauma of finding her mother, sister, niece and two young sons slaughtered and three more children left for dead never leaves Tia Talbott. “I just keep wishing it wasn’t real — that it was a dream or bad nightmare and I would wake up and this is all not real,” she said. Talbott is having to...
Miami Valley unlikely to experience the kind of false alarm that rattled Hawaii
 Last weekend’s false alarm in Hawaii that sent people scrambling for cover is a mistake that is unlikely to be repeated in the Miami Valley, according to Jeff Jordan, director, Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management. Saturday morning, people were alerted by the Hawaii emergency management agency that a missile attack was imminent...

11:16 PM Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018

Last weekend’s false alarm in Hawaii that sent people scrambling for cover is a mistake that is unlikely to be repeated in the Miami Valley, according to Jeff Jordan, director, Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management. Saturday morning, people were alerted by the Hawaii emergency management agency that a missile attack was imminent...
Sinclair seeking OK to spend $9.6M to buy building, land in Centerville
 Sinclair Community College is requesting approval from the state to spend $9.6 million to buy a 100,000-square foot building and 40 acres of real estate at 5800 Clyo Road in Centerville.  If approved, the property would become Sinclair's newest campus, joining facilities in Eaton, Englewood, Huber Heights and Mason, complimenting the...

11:50 PM Friday, Jan. 05, 2018

Sinclair Community College is requesting approval from the state to spend $9.6 million to buy a 100,000-square foot building and 40 acres of real estate at 5800 Clyo Road in Centerville.  If approved, the property would become Sinclair's newest campus, joining facilities in Eaton, Englewood, Huber Heights and Mason, complimenting the...
Springfield lawmaker seeks to regulate payday lenders
 A bill to regulate payday lenders proposed by a Springfield lawmaker is finally seeing movement in the Statehouse, months after it was introduce. Calling his plan to regulate payday lenders “common sense legislation,” Rep. Kyle Koehler, R-Springfield, presented it to an Ohio House committee last week. RELATED: Springfield pastor...

11:00 AM Saturday, Dec. 02, 2017

A bill to regulate payday lenders proposed by a Springfield lawmaker is finally seeing movement in the Statehouse, months after it was introduce. Calling his plan to regulate payday lenders “common sense legislation,” Rep. Kyle Koehler, R-Springfield, presented it to an Ohio House committee last week. RELATED: Springfield pastor...
O’Neill’s boast of sexual liaisons brings calls for his resignation
 A Facebook post touting his sexual exploits with “50 very attractive females” Friday had colleagues expressing shock and political opponents calling for Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O’Neill to resign.   “I condemn in no uncertain terms Justice O’Neill’s Facebook post. No words can convey my...

8:40 PM Friday, Nov. 17, 2017

A Facebook post touting his sexual exploits with “50 very attractive females” Friday had colleagues expressing shock and political opponents calling for Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O’Neill to resign.   “I condemn in no uncertain terms Justice O’Neill’s Facebook post. No words can convey my...
New death date set for man after state halted his execution
 Convicted killer Alva Campbell, Jr. received a rare reprieve from his scheduled execution Wednesday when medical personnel were unable to locate a vein to absorb the three-drug cocktail used as part of the lethal injection process. His new execution date was later rescheduled for June 15, 2019. Ohio Gov. John Kasich issued the reprieve for...

11:00 AM Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017

Convicted killer Alva Campbell, Jr. received a rare reprieve from his scheduled execution Wednesday when medical personnel were unable to locate a vein to absorb the three-drug cocktail used as part of the lethal injection process. His new execution date was later rescheduled for June 15, 2019. Ohio Gov. John Kasich issued the reprieve for...
Drones dropping drugs into prisons; Ohio fights back.
 Ohio prison authorities are considering the use of anti-drone technology to keep small remote-controlled aircraft from being used to deliver drugs and other contraband to inmates. The plan follows several incidents in recent years where someone attempted to break through prison security using a drone. The traditional method to smuggle contraband...

8:22 PM Tuesday, Nov. 07, 2017

Ohio prison authorities are considering the use of anti-drone technology to keep small remote-controlled aircraft from being used to deliver drugs and other contraband to inmates. The plan follows several incidents in recent years where someone attempted to break through prison security using a drone. The traditional method to smuggle contraband...
I-Team: More people abusing 9-1-1 in the  Miami Valley
 Operators at Montgomery County's Regional Dispatch Center take in almost 700,000 calls a year and most of them are for legitimate emergencies, but we have learned that more people with their  cell phones in hand, abuse the 9-1-1 system. "Some of them were off the wall," said Captain Jay Wheeler, Director of the dispatch center....

9:24 PM Monday, Oct. 30, 2017

Operators at Montgomery County's Regional Dispatch Center take in almost 700,000 calls a year and most of them are for legitimate emergencies, but we have learned that more people with their cell phones in hand, abuse the 9-1-1 system. "Some of them were off the wall," said Captain Jay Wheeler, Director of the dispatch center....
Ohio AG DeWine going after drug makers: ‘This is just the beginning’

2:44 PM Monday, Oct. 30, 2017

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is stepping up the pressure on drug manufacturers, calling on them to pay for drug recovery efforts in the state. DeWine’s Monday morning announcement of a new plan to deal with the crisis included a direct message to the drug manufacturers. “I’m mad. I will do everything in my power to...
I-Team: More people in the Miami Valley abusing 9-1-1
 UPDATE @ 8:20 p.m. (Oct. 30):  Operators at Montgomery County's Regional Dispatch Center take in almost 700,000 calls a year and most are for legitimate emergencies, but we have learned that more people -- with cell their phones in hand -- abuse the 9-1-1 system.  "Some of them were off the wall," said Capt. Jay Wheeler...

8:10 PM Friday, Oct. 27, 2017

UPDATE @ 8:20 p.m. (Oct. 30):  Operators at Montgomery County's Regional Dispatch Center take in almost 700,000 calls a year and most are for legitimate emergencies, but we have learned that more people -- with cell their phones in hand -- abuse the 9-1-1 system.  "Some of them were off the wall," said Capt. Jay Wheeler...
Bill aims to tighten security, reduce illegal drug shipments
 More help could be soon coming from Washington to fight the flow of illegal drugs into the Miami Valley. A bill backed by Sen. Sherrod Brown, D- Ohio, passed the U.S. House this week that provides more money and technology for customs agents to detect and intercept drug shipments at American ports. In an interview with the I-Team, Brown said...

12:03 AM Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017

More help could be soon coming from Washington to fight the flow of illegal drugs into the Miami Valley. A bill backed by Sen. Sherrod Brown, D- Ohio, passed the U.S. House this week that provides more money and technology for customs agents to detect and intercept drug shipments at American ports. In an interview with the I-Team, Brown said...
Congressman Turner says he’s disappointed in Trump’s response to Charlottesville
 With two local civil rights leaders at his side, Rep. Mike Turner, R-Dayton, Wednesday denounced racism in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville and expressed disappointment with how President Donald Trump has responded to the turmoil there. Turner said in strong terms that there is no room for racist hatred in the Dayton community...

11:09 PM Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017

With two local civil rights leaders at his side, Rep. Mike Turner, R-Dayton, Wednesday denounced racism in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville and expressed disappointment with how President Donald Trump has responded to the turmoil there. Turner said in strong terms that there is no room for racist hatred in the Dayton community...
Area businesses try to get ahead of Ohio marijuana issue
 With just over a year to go before medical marijuana becomes legally available in Ohio, employers are already updating their drug policies to cover workers on the job. Traditionally, company drug and alcohol policies have prohibited anyone from having illegal drugs like marijuana in their system. But what happens when that drug becomes legal?...

3:34 PM Thursday, Aug. 03, 2017

With just over a year to go before medical marijuana becomes legally available in Ohio, employers are already updating their drug policies to cover workers on the job. Traditionally, company drug and alcohol policies have prohibited anyone from having illegal drugs like marijuana in their system. But what happens when that drug becomes legal?...
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