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With over 140,000 residents, Dayton ranks as the sixth-largest city in the state of Ohio. The city hosts several different industries, including aerospace, aviation, defense and healthcare. The city was nicknamed the "Gem City," although the origin for the nickname isn’t quite clear. The biggest employer in the city is Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, which has nearly twice as many employees as Premier Health Partners. The Vectren Dayton Air Show happens each year in Dayton, and it's one of the largest air shows in the country.

Population: 141527
Local Newspapers: The Dayton Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Dayton Dragons Dayton Gems Wright State Raiders
Local Colleges: University of Dayton Wright State University

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Dayton News
The 1990s Balkan wars in key dates

Communist Yugoslavia, which emerged shortly after the end of World War II, was made up of six republics: Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro and Macedonia. Following the death of its autocratic leader Josip Broz Tito in 1980, the Yugoslav federation found itself in crisis, with bickering between ethnic groups and surging nationalist sentiments.

Dayton cell phone store owner shoots at robbery suspects

Police were called to Fix or Cell Now located on Watervaliet just after 5:00 a.m. Sunday after the owner called 9ll to report a robbery. According to reports, the owner, Adam Seaton, drove to his store after getting an alert on his phone from his store's security system.

Several phones stolen from Dayton store

Offices were called to the Metro PCS on Smithville Road around 3:00 a.m Sunday on a burglary alarm. WDTN.com provides commenting to allow for constructive discussion on the stories we cover.

Air Force awards $50M contract to research cybersecurity

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3-19 Coffee supports coffee-growing families, promotes Cleveland artists

When is a cup of coffee more than a cup of coffee? When its sales provide living wages to coffee-growing families in South and Central America and supports local artists throughout its supply chain. That's the premise behind 3-19 Coffee , a passion project started by three Ohioans who love great coffee and wanted their coffee beans to brew more than profits.

Woman burned by coffee in break room spat

DAYTON, Ohio - An Ohio woman suffered "significant burns" when another woman threw a cup of hot coffee on her in a break room at the YWCA, according to a Dayton Police report. Officers and a medic were dispatched to the YWCA in Dayton at 5:25 p.m. Thursday on a report of an aggravated assault.

Domestic dispute leads to deadly shooting in Dayton

According to regional dispatch, officers were called to a home on Edison Street near Leland Avenue just after 1:00 a.m. Saturday on reports of a man fighting members of his family. WDTN.com provides commenting to allow for constructive discussion on the stories we cover.

Air Force calls burnout key factor in pilot shortage

DAYTON, Ohio>> The Air Force pilot shortage has grown to nearly 2,000 despite pumped-up financial bonuses to retain more military aviators in the cockpit, top Air Force leaders say. Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson blames one key reason for the growing losses: "We're burning out our people because we're too small for what the nation is asking."

Project Runway's Wendy Pepper Dead At Age 53

The Washington D.C. area-based artist, whose real name was Anne Eustis Pepper Stewart , passed away peacefully on Sunday surrounded by her family, according to a Washington Post obituary published on Friday. The cause of her death was not revealed.

New initiative to help Montgomery County businesses address workplace substance abuse

Dayton-area businesses are getting a new tool to help with workplace drug abuse.

Ohio pastor found guilty of trying to hire prostitute

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Ending the cycle of poverty through eliminating school suspensions

The loss ended Miami's nine-game winning streak against the Eagles dating to 1994 and ended the hopes of a bowl appe DAYTON, Ohio - For years the achievement gap has been studied and according to Republican Ohio State Senator Peggy Lehner, we have failed to make a dent in the problem. She says schools and teachers have been blamed for the achievement gap for far too long; when instead we should be looking at how children are disciplined.

Bullet shoots through home during toddlera s bath

The loss ended Miami's nine-game winning streak against the Eagles dating to 1994 and ended the hopes of a bowl appe DAYTON, Ohio - A local mother says she was giving her toddler son a bath when a bullet came shooting through the bathroom wall, over their heads. No one was injured but the incident has left the family shaken.

Criminal Secrets: Protecting your home

The loss ended Miami's nine-game winning streak against the Eagles dating to 1994 and ended the hopes of a bowl appe DAYTON, Ohio - Your home is supposed to be your most safe, most personal space - but maybe it's not as secure as you might think. Police arrested twenty-two-year-old Billy for breaking and entering.

House passes GOP tax overhaul

The loss ended Miami's nine-game winning streak against the Eagles dating to 1994 and ended the hopes of a bowl appe DAYTON, Ohio - Dr. Mark Clauson, history and law professor at Cedarville University, talks about how the House passed the GOP tax plan. WDTN.com provides commenting to allow for constructive discussion on the stories we cover.

Downtown move to 'set the stage' for future growth of Taylor Communications

One of the largest relocation efforts in recent decades was celebrated by more than 100 people who gathered in downtown Dayton on Wednesday, all of whom were there to welcome Taylor Communications and its hundreds of employees to a new home in the city's central business district.

CyberSeek Details Supply and Demand of U.S. Cybersecurity Workers

DAYTON, Ohio: The demand for cybersecurity professionals remains strong across the United States, new data from CyberSeek released here today at the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education Conference and Expo 2017 reveals. U.S. employers posted 285,681 cybersecurity job openings during the 12-month period that ended in September 2017, according to CyberSeek, a free workforce and career resource developed jointly by CompTIA, the leading technology industry association, and labor market analytics firm Burning Glass Technologies.

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