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Published: Sunday, December 31, 2018 @ 8:14 AM
— This edition of WHIO Reports will focus on examining the Dayton economy. In the post-recession world we’ve been through a lot such as job losses, company shakeups and then a comeback. It’s been a slow and steady return to the new normal. We look at what we’ve accomplished in 2017 and what’s coming in the future.
Guests Include: Phil Parker, President/CEO, Dayton Chamber of Commerce; Kelly Geers, Workforce Development Director, Earn to Learn and Scott Murphy, Vice President for Economic Development, Downtown Dayton Partnership.
Published: Tuesday, February 20, 2018 @ 3:36 AM
TODAY: Early dry time with temperatures in the 60s. We’ll see broken clouds through the day with highs peaking in the low 70s. The record for the day is 69 degrees, set back in 2016. Expect wind gusts through the day between 20 to 30 mph. We can’t rule out a passing shower or storm during the day across the northwest, but most will stay dry during the day. However, tonight showers and storms become more widespread overnight.
WEDNESDAY: Temperatures start in the upper 50s to low 60s with scattered showers and storms during the first half of the day with rain possible falling heavy at times. Temperatures will drop during the day and hit 30 degrees by nighttime with us also experiencing gusty winds. Any lingering showers could fall as a wintry mix or freezing rain.
THURSDAY: Morning showers will be a wintry mix. Cooler temperatures for the day in the mid-40s. Some dry time returns during the day into the evening.
FRIDAY: Widespread rain will begin to fall again, heavy at times. A flood threat continues with highs in the upper 50s.
SATURDAY: Rain continues through the day, again heavy at times. It’ll be breezy with highs in the upper 50s. Flooding is possible with rain totals for the week ranging from 1.5 to 3.5 inches.
Great Miami in Troy and Dayton will get close to the flood stage. Some low lying spots along the river could see minor flooding.
Published: Tuesday, February 20, 2018 @ 1:06 AM
Updated: Tuesday, February 20, 2018 @ 3:44 AM
TROTWOOD — Officials continue to investigate a pedestrian strike that occurred in the area of East Westbrook Road at Macduff Drive in Trotwood early Tuesday morning.
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The incident was dispatched just after midnight, per initial reports.
A medic was requested to the scene, but there are no further details on the person who was struck.
Westbrook Road at MacDuff Drive was blocked off during the investigation for around two hours, but has since reopened.
Published: Monday, February 19, 2018 @ 7:30 AM
SPRINGFIELD — A Springfield man held another man accused of breaking into multiple vehicles at gunpoint as he waited for police arrive, according to a police report.
John B. Morgan, 26, of Springfield, pleaded not guilty to drug possession charges in Clark County Municipal Court on Sunday. Bond was set at $5,000.
Springfield police officers were sent to the 100 block of Roseland Drive at about 6 a.m. Saturday morning about a car theft, the report said. Upon their arrival, a witness was standing in the street with Morgan at gunpoint, it said.
The witness told police he checked his car after his alarm went off and he later allegedly saw Morgan walking down the street with a flashlight, shining it into other vehicles. Morgan then allegedly got into a car that belonged to another neighbor, it said. The witness then approached Morgan with his gun and told him to get on the ground until officers arrived.
Morgan allegedly took gift cards from McDonald’s and Wendy’s, the report said.
Police also allegedly found several prescription drugs in Morgan’s cinch bag, including fentanyl patches, Clonazepan, Alprazom and Flexeril, the report said.
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Published: Monday, February 19, 2018 @ 8:16 AM
SPRINGFIELD — A Springfield man is facing aggravated burglary charges after he allegedly attempted to break into a home to steal a television, according to a police report.
Michael Franklin, 22, of 308 W. Liberty Ave., pleaded not guilty in Clark County Municipal Court on Sunday morning. Bond was set at $20,000.
On Oct. 15, police were sent to a home in the 100 block of Euclid Avenue to investigate a burglary. A witness told police he was asleep on the couch when he heard a loud noise. He allegedly saw Franklin attempt to take a television, but Franklin ran away when he realize the witness was awake, the report said. A shoving match led to the witness being pushed to the ground and Franklin ran into an alley behind the home. The man told police he knows Franklin because he mowed grass for a woman he knows, it said.
Police recovered fingerprints from a piece of plexiglass that had allegedly been pushed in to allow entry into the home, the report said. The prints were later confirmed by the Bureau of Criminal Investigations to belong to Franklin and a warrant was issued for his arrest, it said.
Franklin was taken into custody by Springfield Police at about 9:40 p.m. Saturday.
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