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Santana trial day 3: Prosecutors, defense rest; closing arguments to begin soon

The prosecution and defense rested Thursday morning on their side of the case against a Dayton man accused of killing two teens in a shooting in a detached garage that his attorney argues was self defense. → Read More

Pro-life, pro-choice supporters rally in Dayton, virtually as SCOTUS hears Mississippi abortion case

Pro-life supporters gathered in front of the Dayton Federal Building, while Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley hosted a virtual pro-choice rally Wednesday. → Read More

Santana trial day 2: 3rd teen who was with 2 killed in shooting testifies

The third teen who was with the two teens shot and killed in a detached garage in 2019 described the shooting that now has a Dayton man facing multiple felony charges, including murder. → Read More

Holiday travel at Dayton International Airport shining light on airport’s pandemic rebound

One of the busiest travel days of the year is putting a spotlight on air travel and its impact on the economy. → Read More

Rising number of vehicle assaults concerning police

Dayton police are warning about the growing number of people being injured in vehicle assaults. → Read More

Gem City Market celebrates major milestone

Gem City Market reached a major milestone in their fight against food deserts. The community-owned grocery store turned six months old on Friday. → Read More

New ordinance cracks down on unlicensed massage parlors in Dayton

Dayton City Commissioners are cracking down on unlicensed massage therapists and massage businesses that may drift into illegal activity. → Read More

City leaders agree on additional funding for alternative response pilot program

Dayton city leaders are putting forth more money for a pilot program that changes the way police respond to emergency calls for help. → Read More

Holly Days returning to Dayton after nearly 30 years

It has been almost 30 years since the Holly Days festivities have been seen at the Dayton Arcade, but they are back this year. → Read More

Remote work could hurt city budgets

Ohio’s cities and towns are digging out of budget crunches due to COVID-19, some of which say could last several years. → Read More

INTERROGATION VIDEO: ‘I’m just like in shock,’ Father who killed Takoda Collins says to police

The father who killed his 10-year-old son, Takoda Collins, told police he didn’t know why his son died when they interviewed him about the murder hours after they responded to his home in December 2019. → Read More

Dayton grocery store closes unexpectedly, leaves customers struggling to find convenient alternative

A neighborhood grocery store unexpectedly closed in Dayton, leaving shoppers concerned about their lack of options. → Read More

City Commission candidate calls for outside investigation into controversial Dayton PD traffic stop

A Dayton City Commission candidate is calling for an outside investigation into an encounter last week where officers forcibly removed a man who reported being disabled from his car and dragged him to a police cruiser during a traffic stop. → Read More

Police warn drivers of rising number of car thefts

Dayton Police are warning residents about protecting their cars from getting stolen and potentially becoming suspects in crimes. → Read More

City of Dayton brings touchless pay parking to downtown

A new touchless pay parking system will be implemented in the city of Dayton soon. → Read More

Long testing lines signal toward increase in COVID-19 infections in Miami Valley

“What’s really driving the testing explosion now is the infections and the close contact testing,” Dr. Colón said. → Read More

Dayton Police continue efforts to get illegal guns off the street

“We’ll probably never get every gun off the street, but the more we get off the street, the better its going to be,” Beavers said. → Read More

2 Dayton children found dead, decomposing in trunk of car in Maryland; aunt charged with child abuse

Larry O’Neil III and Joshlyn Johnson lived in Dayton up until about two years ago, when their mother headed to Maryland. → Read More

Teen charged in connection to April crash that killed 4 people in German Twp.

The crash happened April 30 on state Route 4 near state routes 725 and 123 in southern Montgomery County. → Read More

Linda Vista Avenue apartments have residents worrying about health, safety

City inspectors are insisting owners of an 18 unit building on Linda Vista Avenue in Dayton clean it up and fix it up to protect their tenants, but those tenants are caught waiting for help while legal and ownership questions are ironed out. → Read More