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Published: Monday, November 13, 2017 @ 3:47 AM
Updated: Monday, November 13, 2017 @ 10:57 AM
— RELATED: Dayton Interactive Radar - WHIO Doppler 7
RELATED: 5-Day Forecast
Skies will remain mostly cloudy with cool temperatures slowly dropping back into the 30s after dark.
Expect some breaks in the clouds toward morning. Patchy fog will be possible late tonight through daybreak. Temperatures will fall to around 30 degrees by morning.
Clouds will break for lots of sunshine in the afternoon. It will be cool with highs in the upper 40s.
RELATED: County-by-County Weather
Clouds will increase with showers developing in the afternoon. It will also become breezy. Highs will be in the lower 50s.
THURSDAY: Clouds finally break for more sunshine. Cooler than normal though in the upper 40s.
Expect clouds to increase with showers developing by afternoon. Rain is expected to become more widespread by late Friday evening with increasing winds. Wind gusts may top 45 mph Friday night with heavier rain.
The Storm Prediction Center does has the far western Miami Valley in discussion for severe storms Friday/Saturday. Your Storm Center 7 team does agree that the Miami Valley will have an elevated threat for strong storms during that time. A band of rain and storms is expected to develop along and a head of the late week front. Ingredients point to a threat for damaging winds over 40MPH, possibly isolated gusts up to 60MPH. In the coming days, we will bring updates to any other severe weather threats as the timing of the cold front becomes more clear.
Expect numerous showers in the morning with strong winds through the day. Wind gusts up to 50mph will be possible. Temperatures will also fall through the 40s and into the 30s by evening. Some snow showers or flurries will be possible by Saturday evening.
Published: Thursday, April 26, 2018 @ 4:47 PM
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The parents of Otto Warmbier are suing North Korea in a 22-page complaint filed Thursday in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C.
Warmbier was a college student from Wyoming, Ohio, who was jailed in North Korea and died shortly after he was returned to the United States in a coma.
Fred and Cindy Warmbier, in the lawsuit, accuse Kim Jong Un's "criminal" regime of brutally torturing and murdering the 22-year-old during his 17-month-long captivity from Jan. 2, 2016, through June 13, 2017.
Otto Warmbier died on June 19, 2017, in Cincinnati.
"Otto was taken hostage, kept as a prisoner for political purposes, used as a pawn and singled out for exceptionally harsh and brutal treatment by Kim Jong Un. Kim and his regime have portrayed themselves as innocent, while they intentionally destroyed our son's life. This lawsuit is another step in holding North Korea accountable for its barbaric treatment of Otto and our family," said Fred Warmbier in a statement.
Last summer, Fred Warmbier told the hosts of "Fox & Friends" and CNN "it looked like someone had taken pliers and tried to rearrange" Otto's bottom teeth. He said he noticed this while examining his son after he returned to the U.S. in June.
The Hamilton County Coroner's Office disputed that account, our news partners WCPO.com have reported. County Coroner Dr. Lakshmi Sammarco said she did not see "any evidence of trauma" to Otto's teeth upon his return from North Korea and that she was surprised by the Warmbier's statements.
The Warmbiers also attended President Trump's State of the Union address in January.
"You are powerful witnesses to a menace that threatens our world, and your strength inspires truly us all," Trump said to the Warmbiers. "Tonight, we pledge to honor Otto's memory with total American resolve."
Fred Warmbier accompanied Vice President Mike Pence to the Olympics in South Korea.
Published: Thursday, April 26, 2018 @ 6:03 PM
Updated: Thursday, April 26, 2018 @ 7:03 PM
FAIRBORN — UPDATE @ 7:02 p.m.: Crews tell us they don’t know what caused the fire in prairie grass at Community Park that burned an area approximately 100 yards by 100 yards.
There were no injuries, officials said.
Crews are dealing with a grass fire reportedly in Community Park, on East Dayon Yellow Springs Road in Fairborn.
The park is near I-675 in Greene County and there were calls to police dispatch about a grass fire near the interstate.
The incident was dispatched just after 4:20 p.m.
OTHER LOCAL NEWS: Otto Warmbier’s parents sue N. Korea
We're hearing that about an acre is burning.
We have a crew on the way to check it out. Stay with whio.com for breaking news.
Published: Thursday, April 26, 2018 @ 7:24 PM
DAYTON — A MetroParks ranger was giving a man a ticket involving an alcohol violation Thursday afternoon when the man took a swing at the officer.
That resulted in the man's arrest, according to a MetroParks sergeant.
The incident, dispatched about 6:16 p.m., occurred in the 100 block of Monument Avenue at RiverScape MetroPark.
No one was injured.
The man will be charged with the alcohol offense as trespassing and assault on a law enforcement officer. He was taken to the Montgomery County Jail.
Published: Thursday, April 26, 2018 @ 3:08 PM
Updated: Thursday, April 26, 2018 @ 3:51 PM
XENIA — Update@5:15 p.m.:
Deputies recovered a weapon while searching the apartment building that the suspect ran into, Sheriff Gene Fischer said. It’s not clear if it’s a pellet gun or a real handgun, but they’re working to confirm, he said.
The sheriff said they think it’s the same weapon that the suspect pointed at the deputy.
UPDATE @ 3:50 p.m.:
One person has been taken into custody according to Xenia Police.
UPDATE @ 3:25 p.m.:
We’re hearing reports that someone has been taken into custody after running from the building that was surrounded in the area of East Market Street and North Monroe Drive, according to initial emergency dispatch reports.
Police activity has been reported in the 200 block of East Market Street this afternoon after police have reportedly surrounded a home in the area.
Initial dispatch reports indicated a person may have pointed a gun at a law enforcement officer around 3 p.m.