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Innocent victims could be targeted by aerial cameras

The Dayton region is a test bed for new surveillance technologies that could transform policing. Persistent Surveillance Systems operates a 192-megapixel aerial camera array able to capture a 25-square-mile swath of a city. Images taken a second apart are streamed down to analysts on the ground. Once-futuristic systems aren’t without critics, who say government shouldn’t be keeping constant tabs on law-abiding citizens.

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Police: Crack addict caught with cartload at Family Dollar

Police: Crack addict caught with cartload at Family Dollar

A woman told police she was desperate to support her crack cocaine habit when she tried to walk out of Family Dollar with a cartload of items.

Sports

Deane provides spark off bench for Dayton Flyers

Deane provides spark off bench for Dayton Flyers

The spark off the bench lit a fire under the No. 7 seed Dayton Flyers in the second half Saturday against Louisville.

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Entertainment

​La Comedia stages classic ‘South Pacific’

​La Comedia stages classic ‘South Pacific’

Bali Ha’i beckons once more as Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic Tony Award-winning 1949 musical “South Pacific” continues through May 3 at La Comedia Dinner Theatre in Springboro.

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Boehner wants sanctions on Iran if nuke talks fail

Boehner wants sanctions on Iran if nuke talks fail

House Speaker John Boehner Sunday said that if the talks with Iran fail, he will move “very” quickly to restore sanctions against that country.

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Business

Restaurant owner loyal to the business

Restaurant owner loyal to the business

Restaurateur Mary Miller tried to retire a couple of years ago.It didn’t work out so well.“I’m not made for retirement,” said the 74-year-old Miller, who co-founded and co-owns three Dayton-area restaurants and is involved in a couple more.

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Life

Kitten, puppy arrive at shelter, become adorable best friends

At Operation Kindness, a no-kill shelter in Texas, a family recently dropped off Chip, a 5-week-old Chihuahua, because he was too young for them to take care of, according to ETonline.

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