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CBS All Access becomes available today

Published: Monday, September 21, 2015 @ 1:27 AM
Updated: Monday, September 21, 2015 @ 1:27 AM

An on-demand pay service giving customers thousands of episodes of CBS shows and other WHIO-TV programming is available starting today, Sept. 21.

CBS All Access is available to stream to your television, computer, smart phone or tablet. Viewers can watch classic CBS favorites, current episodes and live TV, including WHIO programs and News Center 7.

The service costs $5.99 a month, but there is a free one-week trial for new suscribers. Sign up here. The stream is available to All Access suscribers, regardless of whether or not they have cable or satellite.

While CBS does have streaming rights to college athletic events, including college football, CBS does not have the right to stream the majority of NFL games, even if the game is airing on WHIO.

A complete list of available CBS shows and more information is available here.

New Italian restaurant with familiar name to open in Kettering

Published: Monday, March 27, 2017 @ 7:10 AM

A new pizza and Italian restaurant could open as early as Friday in Kettering.

Troni Brothers Pizza is gearing up for opening day at 4654 Wilmington Pike in the Wilmington Heights Shopping Center. The 1,600-square-foot space most recently housed “The Don’s Pizza,” and before that, Papa Kranky’s Italian Kitchen and Italian Oven.

Troni Brothers Pizza’s founder is Hisni Troni, whose brother’s family operates Troni’s Italian Restaurant at 1314 E. Dorothy Lane.

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If all goes well with last-minute permits and inspections, Troni Brothers Pizza could open as early as this Friday, March 31, Hisni Troni told this new outlet Sunday afternoon.

The restaurant’s menu will include pasta dishes, calzones, stromboli, and sub sandwiches in addition to pizza. The new Troni’s Brothers Pizza will offer dine-in, carry-out and delivery. For more information, check out the Troni’s Pizza Facebook page or call (937) 259-8877.

33 snakes, including endangered species, found dead at zoo

Published: Saturday, March 25, 2017 @ 9:36 PM

Knoxville Zoo officials are investigating why 33 reptiles, including three endangered species, died Wednesday. 

Herpetologists came to work that morning to find a majority of the 52 animals housed in one of the reptile buildings dead. They immediately evacuated the snakes and lizards, giving them oxygen and checking their heartbeats with an ultrasound device.

“This is a devastating and catastrophic loss to our zoo,” Lisa New, president at the zoo, told the Knoxville News Sentinel Saturday. “These animals were important ambassadors who helped so many people understand the role snakes and lizards play in the balance of nature.”

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Veterinarians from the zoo as well as from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine are investigating the cause of death.

“We also lost breeding programs for several endangered and threatened species,” she added. “It is especially difficult for our herpetologists who have dedicated their careers to caring for and advocating for these animals.”

Three critically endangered species died; the Louisiana pine snake, the Catalina Island rattlesnake and the Aruba Island rattlesnake. The zoo’s forest cobra and albino Eastern diamondback rattlesnake also died.

“We don't know exactly what occurred to cause this terrible event, but we do know it was isolated to a single building,” the zoo said in a post on Facebook. “We are continuing to investigate all the physical systems and conducting necropsies to see if we can gain any insight.”

Warren County trial opens in shooting that locked down area

Published: Monday, March 27, 2017 @ 10:03 AM


            Warren County trial opens in shooting that locked down area

Prospective jurors are being seated this morning in the trial of Mohammed Laghaoui, the man charged in an active shooter incident last June in Warren County.

RELATED: Accused Warren County deputy shooter faces trial

Laghaoui, now 20, is accused of wounding his father and a sheriff’s deputy and shooting at another resident of the apartment complex and into a neighbor’s apartment before fleeing the scene.

Once the jury is selected, they are to be taken to the scene of the shooting at the Orchards of Landen.

RELATED: Defense suggests use of synthetic drugs triggered shooting

The trial is expected to run all week in Judge Timothy Tepe’s court.

Honda supplier to expand in Springfield

Published: Monday, March 27, 2017 @ 10:00 AM


            Honda supplier to expand in Springfield

A Japanese auto parts manufacturer will invest $55 million and add 85 jobs at the Champion City Business Park in Springfield, a significant expansion of its original plans for the site.

Topre America first announced in December it would invest $10 million and add 20 jobs to build a Springfield plant to manufacture high-strength steel parts for the Acura MDX.

DETAILS: Honda supplier to open in Springfield, build $10M new plant

Company leaders said Monday they will now make a much bigger investment. The 85 new jobs will include assembly, stamping and light manufacturing positions, and offer an average wage of $19.50 per hour.

Topre will build a 146,000-square-foot facility in the Champion City Business Park, which was once home to an old Navistar factory. The deal announced Monday is contingent on state and local incentives, according to information from the Chamber of Greater Springfield.

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“The Springfield community is the perfect strategic location for us to locate and expand our operations,” said Brad Pepper, vice president of Topre America. “It’s simply a community that wanted our investment and worked with our leadership to make it happen.”

Springfield competed with sites in New York, Mississippi and Tennessee for the project.

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