In case you missed it, here are some of the top stories from last week in the Miami Valley:
Three local health facilities all reported an outbreak of scabies last week.
More than 130 people were diagnosed with the skin disease at Kettering Medical Center, Sycamore Medical Center and Koester Pavilion assisted living facility.
Dayton Power and Light filed a settlement Monday on its “electric security plan,” that outlined business conditions for the utility, and was called “a commitment by DP&L to maintain it’s headquarters inside the city of Dayton.”
Retail giant Amazon chose Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International airport for its next air cargo hub.
CVG will lease 900 acres to Amazon, where the retailer will make a $1.49 billion investment and create 2,700 new jobs.
A 15-year-old gun-wielding teen was shot by Centerville police on Thursday, after police say he was told repeatedly to drop his gun. The gun later turned out to be a “replica,” according to police.
The two officers involved in the shooting are currently on paid administrative leave while the teen’s injuries weren’t considered life threatening.
Two teens who testified against the accused shooter in the September homicide of Kettering Fairmont student Ronnie Bowers III received maximum sentences Wednesday.
Coldwater Cafe and Catering in downtown Tipp City was one of eight Ohio restaurants to be named to OpenTable.com’s “100 Most Romantic Restaurants in America.”
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The vacant Dayton Power & Light facility at 617 E. Third St. in Dayton will be converted into offices and event spaces, after a dispute with a former contract stalled the project.
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