3 hrs ago
Tipp City woman killed in fiery Clayton crash
The victim who was trapped in the fiery wreckage of her car following a rear-end accident on Monday afternoon has been identified as an 87-year-old Tipp City woman.
10 hrs ago
Sex crimes trial of ER doctor begins
Jury selection is continuing in the trial of a former emergency room doctor accused of sex crimes against girls who came to his house for his daughter's sleepovers.
14 hrs ago
Kettering man indicted on safecracking charge
A Montgomery County grand jury has returned an indictment against a Kettering man on charged of breaking and entering and safecracking.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Mobile meth lab discovered following chase
A meth lab was discovered in a vehicle belonging to a suspect that fled from officers during an attempted traffic stop Saturday afternoon.
Robbery at North Gettysburg drive-thru
Dayton police officers and Montgomery County deputies were on the scene at the Bingo Drive Thru, 1056 N. Gettysburg Ave., where a robbery occured after midnight.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Garden Station Sunday Market is back
Garden Station Sunday Market starts up this Sunday: the only local produce outlet in Montgomery County which is open on a Sunday.
Police have a house surrounded in Trotwood
Trotwood police and the Montgomery County Sheriff's deputies have a house surrounded in the 4200 block of Wolf Road early Saturday morning.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Woman sues ex-fiance, wants her Chevy pickup back
A Dayton woman is suing her former fiance because she says he used her to get financing for a Chevy pickup truck he couldn't obtain because of bad credit.
Former Judge loses battle with brain cancer
Former Montgomery County Common Pleas Judge Connie S. Price, who left the bench last year due to her continuing battle with brain cancer, died Thursday at a nursing home near Columbus.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Movie planned inspired by area
For years, Lancaster resident Kyle Forquer has stood on the sidelines and watched his friends pursue their dreams of making a film.
Report on UD student's death released
A 57-page report on the death of University of Dayton freshman Larry D. Cook reveals that he told a former girlfriend he would take his own life.
Shelby County hit hardest by power outages
Massive storms blew through the Miami Valley overnight causing minor damages and left nearly 1,800 customers without electricity as of early morning.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
3 arrested after pursuit, crash in Dayton
Three males believed to have been involved in a robbery were captured Wednesday afternoon following a pursuit and intensive search that ended with a crash.
Dayton properties to be demolished for new development
A Lexington-based real estate firm plans to demolish two properties along Keowee Street as part of a larger redevelopment plan.
ID of woman hit, killed by brush cutter released
The identity of a woman killed when she was run over by a rotary mower after she apparently became disoriented and fell in high weeds has been identified.
Springfield to Get Drone Headquarters
An office on Springfield's eastern edge will serve as the base of operations for Ohio and Indiana's joint effort to become a test site for unmanned aerial systems, an industry that's predicted to create thousands of new jobs.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Local sex offender caught in New Orleans
A convicted sex offender from Montgomery County was arrested by the United States Marshal Service Fugitive Task Force in New Orleans.
Kennels at capacity; no fees to adopt
File photo: Joyce Hartline, of West Carrollton, plays with a few of the dogs that were available for adoption in 2010 at the Montgomery County Animal Resource Center.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Charges handed up in marijuana grow operation
A man rescued by firefighters before he was cited by police that same night in January has been indicted on two drug-related charges.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Child injured after hit-and-run in Dayton
Police tonight are looking for a white truck that was involved in a hit-and-run where a child was injured.