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13 min ago | WDTN-TV Dayton
Four men charged in connection with a bizarre bank heist in Dayton have been indicted in another violent robbery and kidnapping.
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1 hr ago | Ars Technica
On June 28, 2012, in Dayton, Ohio, police received reports of an attempted robbery.
5 hrs ago | WDTN-TV Dayton
Dayton's open arms policy towards immigrants is apparently showing other areas how to create an environment that is comfortable for people from other countries.
9 hrs ago | Business Journal
A Dayton manufacturer of artistic, concrete products has opened a new showroom. M Concrete Studios, which designs and fabricates custom products such as tile work, counter tops and bar tops, is putting the finishing touches on its new space in the rear of the Vulcan Tool Co.
11 hrs ago | Business Journal
A brownfield redevelopment company has purchased two more sites in Dayton with plans to clean them up and sell them to new users.
12 hrs ago | WDTN-TV Dayton
The Dayton teenager accused of robbing a man during a so-called knockout game will stay in jail for now.
15 hrs ago | CTNow.com
Guided by Voices is an unlikely success story if ever there was one. Frontman Robert Pollard and his band of blue collar misfit friends from Dayton, Ohio recorded songs on a cassette four-track in their basements and played shows to almost no one at local bars, for their own pleasure and free beer.
The woman who called police said this is not the first time something like this has happened.
Numbers show the city has had 222 gun crimes so far this year compared to 266 at this time last year, a more than 16 percent reduction.
A grand jury has indicted a 17-year-old boy on adult robbery charges in the alleged attacks of homeless men in the so-called "knockout game."
Abolition Ohio, a human rights initiative of the University of Dayton joined the United Methodist Women Trafficking Task Force and Key Ads to make the billboards happen.
A local brewery has more shiny metal to hang on its mantel. The Dayton Beer Company - which will soon be true to its name when it opens a production brewery and taproom in downtown Dayton at the end of this year - won a silver medal for its Batch 300 IPA at the 2014 U.S. Open Beer Championship.
The NCAA First Four pumped $4.5 million into the Dayton-area economy this year, its biggest direct impact ever.
Property values dropped by more than one billion dollars in the county in the last three years according to the Montgomery County Auditor.
Dayton police still need your help in solving the mysterious case of a paralyzed grandfather found strangled and stabbed in his vehicle.
A staffing and recruitment company is moving its office downtown. Management Recruiters of Dayton, a local executive recruitment franchise, will move to the Kuhns building at 15 W. Fourth St. in downtown in August, said CEO Jeff Noble.
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Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 08:43 pm
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