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Recent articles by Jen:

Bond $75K for parents of 4-week-old in Miamisburg who suffers skull fractures

Miamisburg parents accused of child endangering after 4-week-old baby suffers skull fractures, retina hemorrhages → Read More

4-week-old suffers skull fractures, retinal hemorrhage in Miamisburg; parents charged

Miamisburg parents accused of child endangering after 4-week-old baby suffers skull fractures, retina hemorrhages → Read More

Cincinnati man sentenced to up to 10 years for hit-and-run crash that killed Mason man

A Cincinnati man will spend up to 10 years in prison for September 2021 hit-and-run, OVI crash that killed Aleksandre Begheluri of Mason. → Read More

At least 1 person killed in 2-vehicle crash in West Chester Twp.

A deadly crash was reported in front of the AMC movie theater on Civic Centre Boulevard in West Chester Twp. → Read More

Pedestrian struck in Middletown near YMCA, medical helicopter called

A pedestrian was struck on Manchester Avenue near the YMCA. → Read More

A Force for Good: New USAF museum exhibit highlights humanitarian missions

A grand opening celebration with free, hands-on activities, demonstrations and guest speakers is from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force to celebrate the new exhibit "A Force for Good," which highlights humanitarian missions. → Read More

More showers expected today; rain and snow in forecast tonight, Saturday

Showers are likely today, mainly after 4 p.m., with a high near 53 degrees, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington. → Read More

Could your child be the next Gerber spokesbaby?

Gerber announced this week that it has launched its photo search for the 2022 chief growing officer and spokesbaby. → Read More

More showers expected this afternoon, evening

It will be another rainy day with showers expected this afternoon into the evening. → Read More

RECALLS: Baby rattle poses choking hazard, alarm may fail to alert CO hazard

A baby teether rattle, a combination smoke and CO alarm, Bluetooth speakers and a metal lockable drug chest are all products under recall announced March 31 by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. → Read More

RECALL: Some Skippy peanut butter may contain steel fragments

Certain Skippy peanut butter jars are under a voluntary recall because they may contain fragments of a piece of stainless steel machinery. → Read More

Lawyer, former WLW radio personality admits professional misconduct

A panel agreed that a two-year license suspension for Lisa Wells with credit for time served is the appropriate sanction for the misconduct after Wells was involved in a Miami County drug case, according to the document. → Read More

Ohio has more than 800 bald eagle nests this year

The bald eagle — the national bird of the U.S. since 1782 — was once an endangered species with only four nesting pairs in Ohio in 1979. → Read More

Insomnia Cookies late-night bakery coming to Dayton

Insomnia Cookies will be coming soon to Dayton near the University of Dayton. → Read More

Federal judge in Dayton blocks ICE deportation priority rule

A federal judge in Dayton issued a preliminary injunction after attorneys general in Ohio, Arizona and Montana sued over immigration enforcement guidance. → Read More

Recalls: Cap on gummies bottle might hurt you

Pressure can cause the cap to pop off with force, posing an injury risk, which is why more than 3.7 million Airborne gummies bottles are under recall. Other products include PhysiciansCare OTC drugs and DigiDots magnets. → Read More

Ohio troopers make more than 27% of arrests in 6-state initiative

Ohio troopers made 20 illegal weapons and 134 drug arrests. Combined, the six state law enforcement agencies made 487 drug arrests and 76 for illegal weapons. → Read More

DeWine signs bill allowing ‘constitutional carry’ in Ohio

The bill allows anyone at least 21 who is legally allowed to have a gun be able to carry a concealed handgun without a permit. It also removes the requirement for eight hours of gun safety training and potentially without a pre-purchase background check. → Read More

Nearly 70% of Ohioans 12 and older received at least one COVID vaccine dose

Statewide, there are 729 COVID patients in Ohio’s hospitals, with 147 in ICUs as of Wednesday, the OHA reported. → Read More

Southwest Ohio represents more than one-fourth of state’s COVID hospitalizations

Statewide, there are 742 COVID patients in Ohio’s hospitals, with 147 in ICUs as of Tuesday, the Ohio Hospital Association reported. → Read More