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Published: Thursday, February 01, 2018 @ 2:39 PM
SCOTT COUNTY, Tenn. — A Springfield man injured in a plane crash that killed his wife was in stable condition Thursday.
David Maxwell is currently recovering in a Tennessee hospital after his airplane was found crashed in Scott County, Tenn., Scott County Sheriff’s Office Chief Detective Randy Lewallen said.
Maxwell’s wife, Vicki Maxwell, died in the crash.
>>MORE COVERAGE: Woman killed after plane destined for Urbana crashes in Tennessee
The sheriff’s office is working around the clock to gather as much information as possible, Lewallen said, but hasn't yet sat down to put it all together.
The aircraft left Venice Municipal Airport in Venice, Fla., on Tuesday morning and was bound for Grimes Field in Urbana, Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Arlene Salac said.
Their Beechcraft 35-A33 Debonair aircraft crashed in a wooded area near Helenwood, Tenn., and was found at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Salac said.
Published: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 @ 3:53 AM
Updated: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 @ 11:48 AM
>> 5-Day Forecast
TODAY: Rain continues through the afternoon, a bit breezy along with falling temperatures. By the end of the afternoon most will be in the upper 30s to low 40s. Drivers should slow down and watch for pockets of heavy rain that could drop visibility. More rain into the evening and overnight. As temperatures fall into the 30s overnight, a few elevated surfaces may become slick by morning. Areas north of I-70 are in the best position to see any slick spots early Thursday as temperatures fall close to freezing.
THURSDAY: Temperatures, especially in the northern Miami Valey, should reach the low to mid 40s. Scattered rain showers in the morning will mix with freezing rain in some spots, however, temperatures will quickly climb to above freezing, limiting any major impact. Road temperature may also stay warm enough to limit problems, but conditions could get slick briefly in some areas. The rest of the day will be dry in most cities as highs reach the upper 40s.
FRIDAY: Another wave of energy will bring widespread showers back to the Miami Valley. It’ll be breezy with highs in the upper 50s. Rain may fall heavy in some spots, keeping the flood threat elevated for low lying cities, creeks, and streams.
SATURDAY: We’ll see scattered showers at times, especially in the afternoon. A breezy day with highs in the upper 50s.
SUNDAY: Morning showers come to an end with it being windy and cooler at times as highs peak in the low 50s. These temperatures will drop quickly into the evening.
Published: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 @ 9:34 AM
MIAMI VALLEY — A Springboro pastor called Rev. Billy Graham a “Godly man” and remembered being a part of a crusade in St. Louis.
“I had the privilege of being a part of his crusade in St. Louis in 1999,” said Mark Goins, associate pastor at Newspring Chruch in Springboro. “Always appreciated the fact he lived what he preached.”
Graham, who long suffered from cancer, pneumonia and other ailments, died at his home in North Carolina at the age of 99, according to the Associated Press.
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Graham preached to millions across the globe and counseled several presidents during his life.
“He didn’t confine his ministry to just local,” Goins said. “He had a voice to speak into the lives of leaders.”
Published: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 @ 12:12 PM
KETTERING — Nearly 250 students walked out of the Dayton Regional STEM school on Woodman Drive today to show solidarity with their counterparts in Florida after last week’s deadly shooting at Stoneman Douglas school.
The students left the school around noon Wednesday and planned to be outside for 17 minutes, representing the number of people killed in last week’s shooting, according to a spokesperson.
The walkout was for students in eighth to 12th grade, the school said.
Published: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 @ 10:52 AM
— The CDC is warning people to not consume Kratom due to a Salmonella outbreak linked to the plant.
It is a stimulant which comes in pills, powders and tea, and was recently declared to be an opioid by the FDA.
According to the CDC, 28 people in 20 states have been infected with Salmonella, eleven people have been hospitalized.
Kratom is also known as Kakuam, Thom, Ketom, Biak, and Thang.