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DAYTON, OHIO: New U.S. Census estimates show that most large and medium-sized cities in Ohio lost population over the past two years, as many cities elsewhere saw gains.
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Dayton police arrested three people following the discovery of heroin and a large amount of marijuana in a vehicle during a traffic stop this morning.
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A Dayton man who was already under arrest for domestic violence is also facing charges for criminal damaging and obstructing official business because he allegedly kicked and damaged the inside of a police cruiser.
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A Montgomery County Common Pleas jury reached a guilty verdict on all charges Wednesday afternoon in the case of a Dayton man accused of two counts of rape involving a child under 13, seven counts of gross sexual imposition involving a victim under 13 and two counts of importuning.
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Of course a dog's bite is worse than it's bark, and in the middle of National Dog Bite Prevention Week, that's not good for Dayton area mail carriers.
A Medina college student is among nine interns who will be working this summer in Sen.
Apollo Lunar Module Visitors to the National Air and Space Museum often wonder aloud about the authenticity of the artifacts they see.
Even when Chick-fil-A does absolutely nothing, it somehow finds itself in the middle of the same-sex marriage debate.
REX American Resources Corp. said a much-improved market has contributed to a strong first quarter.
A Dayton philanthropist, educator and entrepreneur has received an honorary doctorate from Saint Mary's College in Notre Dame, Ind.
The Ohio Department of Transportation has unveiled a map identifying interstate highway locations where motorists will be legally permitted to drive 70 miles per hour beginning this summer.
As the economy shows signs of improvement, many be eyeballing a new luxury ride.
The Dayton Business Journal has named four new members to the 40 Under 40 Hall of Fame, with the induction ceremony to take place at the 2013 40 Under 40 awards banquet Thursday evening in downtown Dayton.
June Dayton, Ohio event with Kayla Martell, Bob Rider and Rhonda McCarthy New national forum offers complimentary support for women in need! The new national tour of Women's Hair Loss Seminars continues with great success.
A longtime resident of the Kettering Tower is downsizing after operating in excess space for several years.
Community leaders from the Dayton region are in Washington, D.C. through Tuesday for the 29th annual "Fly-in." The Dayton Development Coalition leads the event, which is used to formally deliver regional funding priorities to the Congressional delegation.