5 local things to know for Sunday

A string of bomb threats at Meadowdale High School kept sheriff’s deputies busy last October. No explosive devices were found during any of the searches. MARSHALL GORBY / STAFF
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A string of bomb threats at Meadowdale High School kept sheriff’s deputies busy last October. No explosive devices were found during any of the searches. MARSHALL GORBY / STAFF

Ohio was second in the nation with nearly 100 school bomb threats last year. Local schools discuss how they are preparing their security for the coming school year.

2.  Triple slaying suspect charged with 10 counts of murder 

The man accused of killing three people on Wednesday will face 10 counts of murder, according to the Montgomery County prosecutor’s office. In total, the man faces 28 charges, which include two counts of kidnapping, eight counts of felonious assault and six counts of aggravated burglary.

3. The rise, fall and rise again of the Moraine plant 

The plant once known by many as the GM Moraine plant is once again thriving. Use our interactive timeline to experience the history ‑- and future -- of this plant.

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Former GM plant in Moraine has risen from the ashes of a closed factory to a bustling property. Created by Melisa Lyons, Photo by JIM WITMER

4. Warren County leader seeks limits on apartments along I-75 

“I don’t like apartment complexes as far as I can see,” said commissioner Dave Young. But commissioner Pat Arnold South rebutted, “We have to have apartments.”

5. Report clears Dayton officer a year after ‘direct eye contact’ stop 

John Felton states the traffic stop performed by Dayton police officer Randy Betsinger was racially motivated. Watch the video of the traffic stop here.

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John Felton (right) with attorney Byron Potts. WBNS-TV10

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