President Trump presents medals, honors mass shootings responders

U.S. 09/09/19, 17:35

President Donald Trump on Monday awarded the country's highest award for public safety to six Ohio police officers who reacted quickly to gunfire last month in Dayton. President @realDonaldTrump awarded six police officers from Dayton, Ohio, with the Medal of Valor and honored five Americans from El Paso, Texas, with Certificates ...

President Trump: ‘Fake News That’s What We’re Up Against’

Politics 08/08/19, 06:14

President Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday, Aug. 7, to address the issue surrounding a New York Times article. What had originally been titled "Trump Urges Unity VS Racism" as a front-page headline was quickly changed to "Assailing Hate but not Guns." The change came after the headline received heavy ...

President Trump criticized Ohio Democrats after visit to Dayton

U.S. 08/08/19, 05:51

President Trump on Wednesday, Aug. 7, criticized two Ohio Democrats who joined him at a hospital visit to meet with first responders and victims of the mass shooting, after his visit to Dayton, Ohio, accusing them of "misrepresenting what took place inside of the hospital."  The president called the visit "warm ...

President Trump travels to Dayton to meet with shooting victims

U.S. 08/07/19, 15:09

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump paid a visit to Dayton, Ohio, on Wednesday, August 7, in order to meet with survivors and first responders to last weekend’s shooting that killed nine people and injured 27. The president spent more than an hour at Miami Valley Hospital to meet ...

President Trump declares mass shootings ‘a mental illness problem’

Politics 08/05/19, 15:44

President Trump declared the two shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, that left at least 29 people dead over the weekend a “mental illness problem.” “Our nation is overcome with shock, horror, and sorrow,” Trump announced from the White House. “We are outraged and sickened by this monstrous evil.” "In ...

How fast police react to registered-Democrat gunman in Dayton shooting?

U.S. 08/05/19, 09:09

If the police had not acted quickly enough, more victims might have fallen from the mass shooting in downtown Dayton, Ohio, on Sunday morning, Aug. 4, in which the shooter was recognized as a registered Democrat. In a press conference on Sunday afternoon, Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl shared the story ...

Police: Shooter killed 9 in Ohio, including his sister

U.S. 08/04/19, 15:10

A gunman in body armor opened fire early Sunday in a popular entertainment district in Dayton, Ohio, killing nine people, including his sister, and wounding dozens of others before he was quickly slain by police, city officials said. Connor Betts, 24, was killed by police less than a minute after he ...

Tens of thousands remain without power, water in Ohio

U.S. 05/29/19, 09:58

The Latest on the aftermath of tornadoes in Ohio (all times local):10:55 a.m.Tens of thousands of people remain without power and water in the Dayton, Ohio, area in the aftermath of severe Memorial Day weather that spawned building-wrecking tornadoes across Indiana and Ohio.A family ducks under power lines as they ...

Heeded alarms may have limited deaths in Ohio tornadoes

U.S. 05/29/19, 00:46

Strong Memorial Day tornadoes that spun through Ohio and Indiana smashed homes and businesses and sent thousands of people cowering in basements and closets, but just a single death was reported in the aftermath of the destructive storms.Hospitals reported that as many as 130 people were injured after the tornadoes ...

Update: Over 5 million people without power across Ohio

U.S. 05/28/19, 01:29

The Latest on Ohio tornado (all times local): 2:30 a.m. The National Weather Service says there are more 70,000 power outages across the state of Ohio, affecting over 5 million people. The service tweeted Tuesday morning that to send reports of outages via social media or email if possible. It also says the tornado ...

Ohio DOT uses snow plows to remove debris after tornado hits

U.S. 05/28/19, 00:34

The Ohio Department of Transportation is using snow plows to remove debris off an Ohio highway after a "large and dangerous" tornado hit the area late Monday.Transportation spokesman Matt Bruning said its crews are using several plows to scrape debris off to the side of southbound Interstate 75, trying to ...

75 years later, French ‘HistoPad’ offers new view of D-Day

Tech 05/10/19, 09:34

The French and the Americans are working together again on a D-Day project — this time to give museum visitors the opportunity to travel back in time and experience the milestone World War II invasion 75 years later.From the viewpoints of a paratrooper snagged on a church steeple or a ...

Richard Cole, last WWII Doolittle Raider, dies in Texas

U.S. 04/09/19, 16:36

Retired Lt. Col. Richard "Dick" Cole, the last of the 80 Doolittle Tokyo Raiders who carried out the daring U.S. attack on Japan during World War II, died Tuesday at a military hospital in Texas. He was 103. Robert Whetstone, a spokesman for Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, confirmed ...

Belmont beats Temple 81-70 for first NCAA Tournament win

Sports 03/19/19, 22:30

Kevin McClain scored 29 points and led the decisive second-half run as Belmont got its first NCAA Tournament win, pulling away to an 81-70 victory Tuesday night and ending Temple coach Fran Dunphy's career in the First Four.The 11th-seeded Bruins (27-5) play Maryland on Thursday in the East Region.Belmont got ...

Temple’s Dunphy begins last go-around at First Four

Sports 03/18/19, 18:42

Fran Dunphy stood courtside with arms crossed, clutching a sheet of notes in his left hand, as the Temple Owls made layups to start practice. The school fight song played over the public address system at the University of Dayton, a place where the 70-year-old coach has known heartache and ...

Location, crowds help Dayton keep a grip on the First Four

Sports 03/16/19, 10:34

When Texas Southern and North Carolina Central tipped off on the second night of last year's First Four, the University of Dayton Arena next to Interstate 75 was still filling up with 12,732 spectators, the largest crowd in the eight-year history of the NCAA Tournament play-in affair.The arena had "March ...

Broken pipe puts much of a city under boil-water advisory

U.S. 02/14/19, 16:47

A water line broke in one of Ohio's largest cities Thursday, forcing some 100,000 customers to boil their water, closing schools and disrupting diners' Valentine's Day plans.Crews located the leak early Thursday under the Great Miami River and were working to repair it. There was no word on what caused ...

Air Force to release report into ‘active shooter’ reaction

U.S. 12/19/18, 07:55

An Air Force base in Ohio plans to release its findings into a chaotic "active shooter" false alarm after a 911 call to base security.The base command at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton had a review board study the Aug. 2 scare, the response to it, and any lessons ...

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