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Past articles by Sean:

Dayton Police promise “thorough review” after body cam shows officers drag man who says he’s disable

The interim chief of Dayton Police Department and Dayton’s City Manager are promising a thorough review of an encounter last week where officers forcibly removed a man who reported being disabled from his car, handcuffed him, and dragged him to a police cruiser. → Read More

Chelsey Coe disappearance: 4 years later, police continue to search for answers

Four years ago last week, Miamisburg police began investigating the disappearance of Chelsey Coe. Detectives continue to investigate the cold case and are still looking for answers. → Read More

‘All the numbers are fake,’ Teacher’s controversial COVID-19 comments prompt DPS investigation

A Dayton Public Schools teacher is being accused of sharing what doctor’s call COVID-19 misinformation in a video posted online that was taken down by YouTube for “violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines.” → Read More

20 Years Later: Ohio Task Force 1 members recall responding to Ground Zero

Across the country, millions of Americans are remembering and paying tribute to the lives lost and those forever changed by the 9/11 terrorist attacks. In the Miami Valley, two members of Ohio Task Force 1 remember their work in the aftermath of the attacks 20 years ago. → Read More

Local Afghanistan veteran shares thoughts on Taliban takeover

Images of the Taliban taking control of Afghanistan are haunting for Centerville psychologist, Dr. Kathy Platoni. → Read More

Kettering boy’s lemonade stand goes missing; man helps build him a new one

Colby Mitchell started his lemonade stand this summer and had been turning a profit. The stand had been built by his mother Hannah Mitchell. She noticed how upset Colby was when the stand went missing. → Read More

Dayton community gathers to mark two years since Oregon District attack

With music blaring, tears at times streaming, and survivors reunited, hundreds gathered along Fifth Street in Dayton’s Oregon District Wednesday evening to mark two years since a gunman claimed nine innocent live. → Read More

Vandalia nurse honored for life-saving efforts on board flight

Andrea Pierron had just closed her eyes. Flying from Orlando to Chicago, en route to Dayton from a week away with her children, she became startled when a flight attendant made an announcement over the United Airlines aircraft’s public address system. → Read More

Kettering Police: Thieves are stealing mail from post office boxes, illegally cashing checks

Kettering Police are investigating a string of thefts from area post offices that have left multiple victims out thousands of dollars. → Read More

USAF Thunderbirds arrive in Miami Valley ahead of CenterPoint Energy Dayton Air Show

With the sounds of roaring jet engines, the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds arrived in Dayton Thursday afternoon, less than 48 hours ahead of the start of the 2021 CenterPoint Energy Dayton Air Show. → Read More

A look behind the scenes at where Ohio Task Force One trained for Surfside mission

As Ohio Task Force One continues to work 12-hour shifts in Florida at the site of last month’s Champlain Towers collapse, News Center 7 got a look behind the scenes at the site where the Vandalia-based FEMA task force trains. → Read More

Seven inches of rain in four hours? A recipe for road damage, leaders say

Two of three roads washed away by rain during last Friday’s storms in Spring Valley Township are back open, but more work is planned to get a third re-opened. → Read More

DPS to now provide bus transportation for students as old as 12th grade

Dayton Public Schools is making changes to its transportation plans which the district says will make school bus transportation more efficient and effective. → Read More

Dayton downtown arts venues plan return to full capacity

After 15 tumultuous months, some of Dayton’s largest venues are eying a return to normal operations. → Read More

Kettering officers recognized for running toward gunfire at March 27 shooting scene

Two Kettering officers received recognition this week for their actions at the scene of a homicide this spring. → Read More

Wright-Patt to require masks for unvaccinated personnel; not returning fully in-person just yet

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base will not return all its personnel to work in-person just yet, but it could happen within a matter of weeks, base leaders said Wednesday. → Read More

Dayton Public Schools steps up security following large after-school fight

Dayton Public Schools has extra personnel on hand this week at multiple buildings following a large fight the district said broke out after classes ended Monday at Thurgood Marshall High School. → Read More

Ohio to start age 12 to 15 vaccinations “immediately” following recommendations expected Wednesday

Gov. Mike DeWine pledged to quickly begin vaccinations for children age 12 to 15 after the FDA announced its emergency use authorization for Pfizer’s vaccine in that age group Monday. → Read More

“It’s devastating,” mother of Dayton woman police say was murdered while children were home speaks out

Tracie Berry still can’t believe she will have a funeral for her daughter this weekend. → Read More

Miamisburg becomes latest Miami Valley city to add a DORA

Miamisburg will become the latest Miami Valley city to add a Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area (DORA), after a vote by city council Tuesday evening. → Read More