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Horror, trauma follow couple who witnessed deadly Walmart shooting first-hand

BUTLER COUNTY, Ohio (WXIX) - Two witnesses to the Walmart shooting Thursday night are feeling the trauma reverberate through their lives one day later. Megan Powell and David Picagli are engaged and share an 8-year-old daughter. They were at the Walmart in Fairfield Township to grab hot dogs and other items before Memorial Day weekend. It quickly turned into a nightmare.
BUTLER COUNTY, OH
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Crews respond to fire in Huber Heights

HUBER HEIGHTS — Crews are working to put out a fire in Huber Heights Friday night. Crews were called to a fire in the 7000 block of Berchman Drive around 10:30 p.m., according to initial scanner traffic. When they arrived on the scene crews over scanner traffic described the...
HUBER HEIGHTS, OH
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Xenia Daily Gazette

Safety first: Xenia student garners big honor

XENIA — Abigail Snyder knew she was up for a pretty big safety patrol honor. But when the Cox Elementary School fifth grader was called to her advisor’s classroom, the 10-year-old was stumped. “I didn’t really know what was going to happen,” Snyder said. She wasn’t...
XENIA, OH
dayton.com

GARDENING: Time to prune pines if needed

If you have a pine tree or shrub (Mugho) and you are interested in pruning it, now is the time. However, before you prune, you should determine if it needs pruning. For the most part, pine trees in the landscape can be left to grow naturally. The natural habit is upright and pyramidal with long branches and spaces in between the layer of branches.
FAIRFIELD, OH
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New dessert bakery in Fairborn pushes cheesecake boundaries

A new dessert bakery that specializes in cheesecake has opened in Spark Fairborn, a combination incubator kitchen and co-working space. CheezCake Lab, owned by Vivian Wong, is planning to offer everything cheesecake. Right now, the bakery offers a variety of cupcake-sized cheesecakes with plans to add cheesecake filled cookies and dips.
FAIRBORN, OH

Kings Island closes ‘Sling Shot’ ride permanently

MASON — One of Kings Island’s rides is closed for good, the amusement park announced on Friday. Spokesperson Chad Showalter said the park has retired the “Sling Shot” for future plans, our news partners at WCPO reported. Before Kings Island removed the ride from its website,...
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Meet Maple: Pet of the Week

DAYTON, OH (WDTN) – Jessica Garringer from the Humane Society of Greater Dayton joins us with Maple! Click here to learn more.
DAYTON, OH
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Dayton food truck takes funnel cakes to the next level

A Dayton food truck is taking funnel cakes and other sweet treats to the next level by adding a handful of toppings including homemade ice cream. Daquann Glover, owner of Gem City Funnel Cake King, said he bought the food truck in 2019 and began selling fried chicken and fish under the name, DoCooks. His operation quickly changed as more customers began asking why he didn’t sell funnel cakes due to what it said on the truck.
DAYTON, OH
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Local teacher to run 50 miles to raise mental health awareness

CINCINNATI — Mason teacher and Sycamore School District coach John Benham is running 50 miles in one day, but it's for a good cause. With the month of May being Mental Health Awareness month, Benham is raising awareness and help break down stigmas surrounding mental health by running. On...
MASON, OH
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Ponitz senior wins car, gives it to younger sister

A David H. Ponitz Career Technology Center senior who won a car in a school drawing decided to pass the prize along to his sister. Thomas Terrell won a refurbished 2005 Toyota Camry as part of the eighth annual In It To Win It raffle at the school, according to Dayton Public Schools. Terrell then gave the vehicle to his sister, Jamese Easterling, who is a freshman.
DAYTON, OH
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Orion Coffee and Tea closes WCH location

After facing several hurdles to open a full location in Washington Court House, the owners of Orion Coffee and Tea have decided to close up shop locally — leaving regular customers asking questions as to where they went. Eric and Sharayah Irwin, a couple from Xenia, are the owners...
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