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Child rape suspect indicted, accused of using online game to meet 12-year-old girl in southwest Ohio

A Cleveland Heights man is accused of using Fortnite, an online game, to meet a 12-year-old Moraine girl and sexually assault her. → Read More

Recall: Clam chowder sold at Costco may contain sharp plastic pieces

Ivar’s Kettle Classic Clam Chowder is packaged in 24-ounce clear plastic cups, in a double pack. The ready-to-eat soups have a Use By Date of 12-22-2021 printed on the bottom of the sleeve, and on the edge of the individual cup lids. → Read More

Troopers investigate stabbing at I-75 rest area in Butler County

A 41-year-old man was stabbed and suffered injuries that were not life-threatening at the rest area off I-75 North in Butler County. The suspect was stopped on I-75 in Allen County and taken into custody, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol. → Read More

FOP defends officers; Mayor: video ‘concerning’ of disabled man pulled from car

The two Dayton officers were part of a narcotics investigation in the Dayton View neighborhood when they stopped the white Audi driven after narcotics detectives saw him leave a suspected drug house, according to an update from the Dayton Police Department on the investigation. → Read More

DeWine, first lady visit Texas border

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and first lady Fran DeWine are visiting Ohio National Guard members deployed to the border wall in Texas. → Read More

Greene County inmate who left work detail back in custody, charged with escape

Greene County Jail inmate Adrial Parks Sr. walked away from a work detail in downtown Xenia Tuesday. → Read More

NARCO award renamed in honor of slain Dayton detective Jorge DelRio

The Ohio NARCO Valor Award was renamed in honor of Dayton Police Department detective and longtime U.S. DEA task force officer Jorge DelRio, who was shot Nov. 4, 2019, while conducting a search in Dayton and died of his injuries three days later. → Read More

Sunny skies prevail with afternoon showers possible

he high temperature will be near 87 degrees under sunny skies with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms after 3 p.m., according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington. → Read More

DeWine: 855 Afghan refugees will come to Ohio

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced Thursday that the federal government notified the state of the 855 refugees will be placed with eight resettlement agencies located mainly in northeast and central Ohio. → Read More

Police: Woman shot in chest during domestic dispute in Eaton

A 34-year-old woman was shot in the chest in the chest during a domestic dispute in the 200 block of Richmond Pike in Eaton, police said. The suspect is awaiting formal charges. → Read More

WPAFB on lockdown; security forces sweep NASIC building for possible active shooter

Emergency responders at 9:25 p.m. responded to a report of an active shooter in the National Air and Space Intelligence Center in Area A at the base. → Read More

Missing Middletown 84-year-old woman returns home safely

Marcia Rudokas, 84, who suffers from Alzheimer's disease, was reported missing Tuesday night after she drove away from her Middletown home. A family member reported she returned home safely. → Read More

Missing Middletown 84-year-old woman returns home safely

Marcia Rudokas, 84, who suffers from Alzheimer's disease, was reported missing Tuesday night after she drove away from her Middletown home. A family member reported she returned home safely. → Read More

2 hurt after car hits house in 3-vehicle crash in Franklin Twp.

Two people were injured in a three-vehicle crash in which one vehicle crashed into a house in the 4100 block of Ohio 122 in Franklin Twp., in Warren County. → Read More

Troopers report 12 deadly crashes across Ohio over Labor Day weekend

There were 12 deadly crashes over the Labor Day holiday weekend across Ohio, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol. → Read More

Fog to give way to sunny skies before late-night showers, storms

Skies will be sunny with some high clouds today before a cold front is expected to move through tonight into Wednesday. The front will bring showers and thunderstorms as well as slightly below normal temperatures for the rest of the week, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington. → Read More

Man accused of pointing gun at 3 girls in Kettering jailed after judge raises bond

Blade Root and his alleged accomplice Keyon Taylor are accused of entering an apartment Aug. 7 in the 2200 block of East David Road using an unsecured → Read More

Longtime Germantown family doctor pleads guilty to sex offenses

Dr. Noel J. Watson, who formerly practiced at Providence Medical Group, 1225 W. Market St., in Germantown, pleaded guilty to 11 counts of sexual battery. He faces between 10 and 15 years in prison when he is sentenced Sept. 30, 2021. → Read More

Power restored to most after Friday storms leave 2.2K in dark

The majority of the outages Friday night were in Warren County, which had 1,012 customers without power as of 8:50 p.m., Duke Energy reported. → Read More

Ohio’s COVID 21-day case average more than 3,000

There were 4,855 new coronavirus cases reported Friday by the Ohio Department of Health, with the 21-day COVID case average reaching 3,054. → Read More