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Dayton resides in the Midwest, but does it represent a fair sample size of the U.S. in terms of ethnic makeup, household size and median income.
Wyckoff ready for challenge of Endeavor New Endeavor principal says she's ready for her latest challenge Check out this story on battlecreekenquirer.com: http://bcene.ws/1pnd7KD New Endeavor Charter Academy principal Angela Wyckoff talks with Aubre Carey and her mom Crystal Asher about the upcoming school year.
Glen Hunsberger, 46, was named in an August 26 felony complaint detailing how he and several associates have been the target of a year-long federal investigation into drug distribution and money laundering.
Prosecutors are hoping new evidence will lead to a death sentence for the man accused of the brutal slaying of a Dayton businessman.
The Ohio UAS Conference concluded its final day with a floor show that brought dozens of exhibitors into contact with scores of attendees.
A new men's and women's clothing store is opening downtown in place of a recently closed store.
I'm pretty sure it was Hidden Lake prior to its closure earlier this year. Now I'm not real sure.
Attention motorists in Louisville, Nashville and Toledo. And Indianapolis, Denver and especially Boston.
The Dayton region's largest hospital network is launching a new venture into the insurance business.
Dayton leaders are giving the city's 2015 budget a fresh look, as the possibility of cuts loom impacting services residents receive.
About 25 demonstrators put their opinions about the Beavercreek Walmart shooting on display at the Federal Courthouse in downtown Dayton Wednesday.
Dayton may have a bigger fight than first thought to keep the NCAA First Four games.
MacAulay-Brown, Inc. , a leading National Security company delivering advanced engineering services and product solutions to Defense, Intelligence, Special Operations Forces, Homeland Security and Federal agencies, announced today that it has significantly strengthened its Dayton leadership team.
A 17-year-old Ohio boy convicted on charges of attacking and robbing two men as part of the so-called "knockout game" could face up to 16 years in prison when he's sentenced next month.
Fair officials say construction on Main Street in front of the fair shouldn't be a major issue for fairgoers.
An Ohio teenager was found guilty after he pleaded no contest on Tuesday to two "knockout game" robberies in which he and two teenage accomplices stole a total of $10, prosecutors said.
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Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 05:18 am
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