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A Tri-County Regional Jail inmate, who was assaulted on Saturday, April 5 during a fight, died Friday, April 11 at Miami Valley Hospital.
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The Dayton Metro Library awarded construction contracts to convert the former Hauer Music building on Patterson Boulevard into its operations center.
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Alpha Broadcasting & L & L Broadcasting have agreed to merge the companies in a two-part deal.
A prosecutor says a southwest Ohio man has been indicted on aggravated vehicular homicide charges in the death of an 8-year-old boy who was riding in the man's speeding car.
DAYTON, Ohio -- A son of Ohio Democratic gubernatorial candidate Larry Ealy has been accused of buying stolen identities online and using them to file fraudulent federal income tax returns for refunds.
Dayton police said the employee found out he had been transferred from the Lee's Famous Recipe store on Troy Street to another restaurant location.
More than a third of Dayton Business Journal readers will play at least 16 rounds of golf this season.
The funding was secured in Columbus Thursday. She will be buried at Dayton Memorial Park on North Dixie Drive in Vandalia.
Several companies with prominent Dayton-area operations are among the best employers for military veterans.
Dayton police officers say a 50 year old woman suffered life threatening injuries when she was struck by a car Thursday night.
Easter lilies are beautiful but they can be deadly to pets. All parts of the plant are poisonous - leaves, petals, stem and even the pollen! Rabbits which chew on the plant - or even just ingest some pollen while grooming - are at risk of kidney failure and death.
Nichelle's body was discovered along the Stillwater River in Harrison Township last week.
It's time again to find out who has the best pizza in the Dayton region. That's right, the second annual Dayton pizza Madness competition has arrived.
The weather is about to break - this time for good, hopefully - which means golfers will soon be heading to Dayton-area courses in droves.
Education runs in Adil Baguirov's blood. Baguirov, who last year was elected to the Dayton Board of Education, is a veritable open book on subjects ranging from education policy to the history of the Ahiska Turkish community in Dayton, where he's one of the rising leaders.
Hawaiian brown sugar glazed ham makes a wonderfully easy, old-fashioned Polynesian style ham for Easter Sunday or any holiday or family meal.