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About: dayton, ohio

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
Reports: Suspect filed for custody 6 days after massacre

This undated images released by the Ohio Attorney General's office, shows Edward "Jake" Wagner, one of four family members that has been arrested in the slayings of eight members of one family in rural Ohio two years ago, authorities announced Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018.

Hotspots for Heists: Cell phone stores remain popular with thieves

Cell phone stores throughout the Miami Valley are trying to figure out how to prevent the next robbery or break-in from happening. The pattern is all-too-familiar: young masked men - often with guns - smash a cell phone store window, grab as many phones or tablets as possible, and then they're gone.

Wright State agrees to pay federal government $1 million for visa fraud

DAYTON, Ohio Wright State University's Board of Trustees will have to pay the federal government $1 million for visa fraud offenses on behalf of the university. Between 2010 and 2013, Wright State reportedly entered into sponsored research contracts with a privately held, Dayton-based software company called Webyoga, Inc. Per the contracts, Wright State was supposed to employ software engineers, obtain H-1B visas for the employees, and pay their respective salary and benefits as employees of the university.

Business of the Year spotlight: Third Perk Coffeehouse & Wine Bar

Third Perk Coffeehouse & Wine Bar is looking forward to 2019. Third Perk owner Juanita Darden-Jones, said that despite facing challenges in 2017, this year the downtown Dayton coffee shop has managed to stay 30 percent above its sales from last year.

Prime Controls Recognized for Excellence

Prime Controls was honored in the manufacturing category during the 2018 Business of the Year awards ceremony. The company finished among the top three prominent manufacturing businesses in the region.

Tesla's Model 3 sedan is pulling in buyers who previously owned Accords and Priuses

Prospective customers look at a Model 3 in a Tesla showroom in the Cherry Creek Mall in Denver. For Earl Banning, getting behind the wheel of a Tesla meant spending more than he ever had on a car.

Energy, Enthusiasm Brings Students Together At Two Friends Performance

I entered with high expectations as I heard the cheers of students and booming bass blasting from the speakers. I left with shoes caked in mud, a huge smile on my face, and a sense of community unique to anything I had experienced at UD so far.

Business of the Year spotlight: Brigid's Path

As Ohio's first newborn recovery center, Brigid's Path provides inpatient medical care for drug-exposed newborns, as well as support for mothers and educational services for the families they serve.

Dayton-area accounting firms to merge

Two Dayton-area accounting firms have announced plans to undergo a merger, effective next year.

Business of the Year spotlight: Vocalink Global

To say the world is suffering from an outbreak of miscommunication and misunderstanding would be an understatement.

UD to offer new master's degree, internship with Premier Health

The University of Dayton is launching a graduate degree program and dietetic internship partnership with Premier Health, in an effort to meet future requirements for entry-level dietitians.

Duluth Harbor Basin, 1925

This photo from the National Archive was taken on an airplane from the McCook Field aviation experimentation station in Dayton, Ohio, which was flying in the region for a photographic mapping expedition of the Canadian border in October and November of 1925.

What Is the AIM4 Survey?

The Student Government Association hosted the Office of Diversity and Inclusion on Sunday evening in Kennedy Union Ballroom to discuss its role at the university and the AIM4 Community Excellence Survey that was sent to students, faculty and staff. SGA representatives Maya Amari and Tongyu Guo facilitated the discussion with the Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion, Dr. Lawrence Burnley , and the Executive Director for Inclusive Excellence Education and Professional Development, Tiffany Taylor Smith .

DBJ's Who's Who in Real Estate: Part 8

The Dayton Business Journal is announcing its inaugural Who's Who in Real Estate for 2018.

DP&L offers advice on Utility Scam Awareness Day

DAYTON, Ohio Dayton Power & Light is participating in the third annual Utility Scam Awareness Day, held on November 14. DP&L is joining the Edison Electric Institute along with electric, gas, and water companies across the United States and Canada to help customers understand how they can best protect themselves from utility scams. Perhaps the most common types of utility scams involve customers getting telephone calls, emails, or in-person communication from someone claiming to work for a utility company.

Icy conditions continue to cause problems across the Miami Valley

DAYTON, Ohio - There is an Ice Storm Warning in effect for all of the Miami Valley until noon Thursday. Freezing rain started overnight and continues to fall through the early morning hours.

Restaurant and winery chain moves forward with second Dayton-area location

An Illinois-based chain that combines full-service restaurants with wineries is moving ahead with its plans for a second Dayton-area location.

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