Kara Driscoll, Dayton Daily News

Kara Driscoll

Dayton Daily News

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Past articles by Kara:

Progress slow in addressing chemicals in local water systems: Here’s what we found

Water utilities in Dayton and at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base are working to keep chemicals out of the region’s drinking water but progress is slow because federal agencies have not set safety levels for some chemicals or funded clean-up efforts of groundwater contamination. Environmental groups say the lack of a coordinated clean-up response is making it difficult for cities and water… → Read More

What you need to know about chemicals in water

What Dayton needs to know about PFAS chemicals in its water → Read More

Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson resigns

Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson has resigned. → Read More

Chlorine leak response at WPAFB lasted 3 hours, base officials say

People in two Wright-Patterson Air Force Base facilities were forced to shelter in place Wednesday d... → Read More

Federal lawmakers push EPA to take action on PFAS: What it means for Dayton

The legislation could help clean-up efforts in Dayton. → Read More

Wright-Patt’s new supercomputers to save billions in taxpayer dollars

Highly complex, multi-million dollar supercomputers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base will now support classified data work. → Read More

Here’s how to see WWII history at local museum

The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force gives you a taste of history. → Read More

Wright-Patt brings purchasing power, commercial growth to region

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and other area military sites have infused billions of dollars into the local economy. → Read More

Ohio lawmakers react to new EPA plan for PFAS contaminants

Here's what the new EPA PFAS plan means for the Dayton regin. → Read More

Wright Patt, Springfield base have $16B impact on Dayton region

A new study shows two area military installations and the VA have more than a $16 billion economic impact. → Read More

EPA announces for PFAS action plan: Wright Patt, Dayton

U.S. EPA announces first-ever comprehensive PFAS action plan. → Read More

5 things to know about new leader of Ohio veteran services

"My goal is to continue our strides in making Ohio a veteran-friendly state." → Read More

From uniform to job: State wants to bridge gap for veterans

Maj. Gen. Deborah Ashenhurst, who served in the Ohio National Guard for nearly 40 years, will fill the Veterans Services cabinet position. → Read More

DeWine takes steps to position Ohio as military powerhouse

With the creation of a new military cabinet position, Gov. Mike DeWine is strategically positioning Ohio as a military and aerospace powerhouse to attract defense-related jobs and to protect the state’s military installations like Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. DeWine appointed retired Col. Joseph Zeis Jr., a Centerville resident and Dayton attorney, last week to serve as senior advisor for… → Read More

Wright-Patt Air Force Life Cycle Management Center gets new command chief

A new command chief has been named for Air Force Life Cycle Management Center. → Read More

Mathile honored with leadership award

The Dayton Development Coalition honored Clay Mathile — former CEO and owner of the Iams Compa... → Read More

DeWine comes to Dayton to name new military cabinet position

DeWine outlined some issues his administration plans to tackle. → Read More

BREAKING: Zeis named to state level military cabinet position by DeWine

Retired Air Force colonel Joseph Zeis Jr. → Read More

Miami grad assumes command of Navy destroyer squadron

"You are all first-rate people, we are going to have a lot of fun!” → Read More

Air Force Museum hosts Living History Series on February 22

The Air Force Museum Foundation Living History Series features two brothers. → Read More