Lynn Hulsey, Dayton Daily News

Lynn Hulsey

Dayton Daily News

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Recent articles by Lynn:

Thousands of mail-in ballots could muddy Election Day results

Ohio top election official says voters should expect deluge of valid absentee ballots arriving after Election Day. → Read More

JUST IN: BBB warns against more online scams

The Better Business Bureau warns that online scams are increasing in the Dayton region → Read More

Ex-Dayton employee RoShawn Winburn seeks probation, not prison

Former city of Dayton employee seeks probation in federal bribery conviction → Read More

Calls grow for repeal of energy bill associated with Householder

Legislators call for repeal of energy bill involved in alleged bribery scheme → Read More

DeWine: Speaker of the House Larry Householder should resign

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, other leaders have called on Speaker of the House Larry Householder to resign. → Read More

Longtime local GOP leader Pat Flanagan dies

Flanagan died at Sycamore Hospital, she said. Credit: DAYTON DAILY NEWS / WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY SPECIAL COLLECTIONS “He loved all of his friends,” Florence Flanagan said. “And he was happiest when he was doing Republican politics.” Pat Flanagan was an attorney at the Dayton firm Flanagan, Lieberman, Hoffman & Swaim, and was both partner and friend to former Montgomery County Democratic… → Read More

3 out of 5 Ohioans used federal stimulus money on food

Nearly 59 percent of Ohioans who received federal stimulus payments used the money or plan to use it... → Read More

Higgins gets trial delay and makes corruption allegations

Higgins also makes allegations of corruption and accuses government of being in on it → Read More

Ohioans use federal stimulus money to buy food, pay rent and utilities

Coronavirus: Data show most Ohioans spent stimulus cash on food, housing and utilities. → Read More

Former Dayton city commissioner Joey Williams released from prison early

Former Dayton City Commissioner Joey D. Williams gets early release from prison after conviction in public corruption investigation → Read More

Dunbar birthday celebrated at Wright Dunbar block party with coronavirus precautions

Wright Dunbar Days celebrates poet's birthday and boosts neighborhood businesses → Read More

Businesses have plans to keep workers safe. Are the protections enough?

Companies required to keep workers safe from coronavirus infection as economy reopens → Read More

Hospitals urge people to seek medical care if they need it

Hospital officials say people needing medical care should feel safe going to doctor or hospital as safety measures will protect them from COVID-19 → Read More

Crowd gathers in Huber Heights protest along Old Troy Pike

UPDATE 5:20 p.m. → Read More

Demonstrators gather in Yellow Springs to protest death of George Floyd

Demonstrators are gathering in Yellow Springs to protest the death of George Floyd in police custody... → Read More

How to talk to your kids about unrest, racism: ‘Be honest’

Children may have a hard time understanding the turmoil and protests and the emotions they feel. Experts say listen to kids and talk it through → Read More

How Dayton region small businesses adapted to survive

Dayton region small businesses show what it takes to survive coronavirus economic shutdown → Read More

Former state Rep. Clayton Luckie released from federal prison

Ex. Ohio State Representative Clayton Luckie is released from prison after conviction in Dayton public corruption investigation → Read More

Answering key questions about the economic crisis: Have we hit bottom yet? ‘Far from it’

Experts say Dayton region businesses must make people feel safe in order for reopened economy to bounce back → Read More

Coronavirus: Flip to online classes might have lasting lessons

Coronavirus crisis and economic shutdown make online learning the norm → Read More