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One year later family of murder victim vows to not give up

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — One year later the death of Karll Williams still burns fresh in the minds of his family.

“He was one in a million,” said Karll’s grandmother Jakie O’Hearn. 229 more words

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Dayton artist wins Governor's Award

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – A Dayton artist will receive the 2015 Governor’s Award for the Arts.

James Pate was among 68 nominations in several categories. He won as an individual artist. 82 more words

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Why is Dayton, Ohio, demolishing its past?

Cartoonist Ted Rall wondered why his home town of Dayton, Ohio, is demolishing buildings that are architecturally and historically valuable.  These are the buildings he remembers from his childhood that give the city its character. 171 more words

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Eat at Spaghetti Warehouse, donate to cause

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Need a place to eat today and donate to a charitable cause at the same time?

Hopefully, you’re in the mood for Italian food. 89 more words

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School bus slides into another crash

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Police say icy roads are to blame for a crash involving a school bus Tuesday morning.

Investigators say the bus slid on the ice, striking a car that was already involved in a fender bender at Wayne Avenue and Park Drive. 50 more words

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Suspect in pregnancy assault kept in jail

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – The Dayton man accused of assaulting a pregnant woman made a court appearance Tuesday morning.

Tanner Hopkins, 24, is now being held on a $1-million bond. 33 more words

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Notebook: VCU, GW, Dayton in latest Bracketology; Davidson's Kalinoski, Saint Joseph's Bembry co-players of week

CBS Sports’ Jerry Palm’s latest bracketology has three A-10 teams in the field, with one just on the outside looking in.

VCU is the No. 3 seed in the South region, playing against High Point. 234 more words

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