The CareSource building in downtown Dayton is on fire, WDTN reports.
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According to Regional Dispatch, several injuries have been reported from an RTA bus crash in Harrison Township.
A former substitute teacher in the Kettering and Oakwood school districts pleaded guilty Tuesday to sexual battery involving students.
An Oakwood City employee was digging in a trench in the road and is trapped, according to WDTN.
An RTA bus slammed into parked cars on a Dayton street, sending one rolling nearly two blocks.
A six-year-old elementary student is in custody Thursday after bringing a gun to school.
The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office confirmed body of the missing six-year-old boy was recovered Monday.
A former substitute teacher accused of having sex with students will stand trial on sexual battery charges.
Police say two suspects stole a Twin Valley South school bus and lead police on a high-speed chase, because they wanted to go to Walmart.
Police in Riverside are investigating after a deceased infant was found buried in the backyard of a home.
Police have filed criminal charges against a teenage girl for sending naked photos and videos of herself to other teens.
Crews continue to clean up corn after a major grain silo collapsed last week.
Ohio State Highway Patrol confirms that at least one person has been killed after a wrong-way crash in Clark County.
A man is now in custody after panhandling in Dayton when police discovered the man was not homeless.
Authorities in New Carlisle are trying to figure out what caused a large grain silo to collapse.
The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force temporarily closed due to government shutdown.