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When it comes to football tickets, a certain college in Columbus has the most expensive tickets in the country.
Fire crews rushed to the 3800 block of Cornell Drive just after 8 o'clock Thursday evening.
Soap Box Derby championships: 5 things to know The races only last about 30 seconds.
The county auditor announced Thursday that notices will be mailed out starting next week.
When Luke Grimes started on HBO's "True Blood" last season his character James Kent was wooing a female vampire.
When it comes to affordable airfare, travelers flying out of Dayton are spending less than most Ohio airports.
A Dayton-area fabrication company tripled its space and is investing in new equipment and hiring.
A bronze bust honoring the first aviation mechanic, Charles E. Taylor, is now on permanent display in the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force's Early Years Gallery.
Jason Jones, trainer for the company, Dayton Dog Trainer, softens the edges of the most difficult canine personalities.
The city of Dayton is working to replace many of its trees after a little bug leaves a big problem.
The University of Dayton's argument to pay less in street light fees was rejected Wednesday by the Street Light Assessment Board.
Muslin, a soft, smooth fabric, isn't usually associated with the winding mechanism of a watch, but it will be a piece of muslin that will soon link one of the most famous planes every built with the revival of British watchmaking: the Wright brothers meet Bremont.
From the minute you park at Warped Wing Brewing Co., you begin experiencing the Dayton brewery's carefully crafted brand.
DENNIS PARKS, SENIOR CURATOR AT THE MUSEUM OF FLIGHT IN SEATTLE, runs his fingers along the edges of faded, yellow, leather-bound papers.
The Saturday morning Oakwood Farm Market has many unique vendors, but some stand out among the others.
A federal appeals court has delivered a serious setback to President Barack Obama's health care law, potentially derailing billions of dollars in subsidies for many low- and middle-income people who bought policies.
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Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 04:59 am
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