Clark County Deputies are at the scene of a hazardous materials situation at 1013 W. Lake Ave.
According to Clark County Sheriff Gene Kelly, a womanREAD MORE
The Bethel Twp. Fire Department responded to an accident involving a pickup truck and a motorcycle shortly after 5pm on Tuesday, October 18.
As the Heritage of Flight car show was ending, Deputy Brian Beller heard an extremely loud car revving its engine. He was northbound on Church street,READ MORE
A Monday evening crash at Rt. 571 and Dayton-Brandt has sent two people to the hospital with what were described as non-life-threatening injuries.
An alleged homeless man was found dead at a friend’s campsite along Buck Creek near the old Ohio Edison plant on Monday, September 19.
Dylan Spann,READ MORE
James Risner appeared in Clark County Court of Common Pleas this morning and entered a plea of guilty to the charge of rape, a first degree felony.READ MORE
Subjects that were in the hit-skip vehicle at the time of the crash have come forward and the vehicle has been located according to the Ohio HighwayREAD MORE
Three people arrested Aug. 31 at a Tipp City residence were just part of what Miami County law enforcement officials said was a drug ring thatREAD MORE
A female driver may have suffered a medical condition and struck a utility pole in the 300 block of S. Main St.
A witness stated that he followed theREAD MORE
A 65 year old male is being treated for injuries after shooting himself in the hand.
The incident happened around 11:45 this morning at the office ofREAD MORE
Deputies responded to a report of a child struck by a vehicle on Tulip Rd.
While a truck full of wood was being unloaded, a 2-year-old child crawledREAD MORE
A fire of undetermined origin caused about $20,000 worth of damage to a home in the 4500 block of New Carlisle Pike Saturday evening.
“I don’t know ifREAD MORE
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