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California governor signs sex crimes bill linked to Brock Turner

California governor signs sex crimes bill linked to Brock Turner

California’s governor on Friday signed a sex crimes bill authored in the aftermath of Brock Turner’s assault case.
‘Awesome’ to be home, Olympic bronze medalist Clayton Murphy says

‘Awesome’ to be home, Olympic bronze medalist Clayton Murphy says

UPDATE @ 8 p.m. (Sept. 30): “It’s an awesome feeling to be home,” Clayton Murphy said after disembarking from the red Corvette that carried in along the route of the parade held to herald his homecoming.

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Food and drink special content

Special presentations: Food, drink, and dining

View special presentations centered around everything food and dining, including those featuring some of the best Dayton area breweries and a 'farm-to-table' concept.

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Marvin Lewis: Bengals offense needs more than Andy Dalton, A.J. Green

Marvin Lewis: Bengals offense needs more than Andy Dalton, A.J. Green

Heading into a mini bye after Thursday Night Football, Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis spent much of his Friday morning press conference assessing the team’s offensive production after a 2-2 start.

Ask Hal: Votto living up to lofty expectations

Hall of Fame baseball writer Hal McCoy knows a thing or two about our nation’s pastime. Tap into that knowledge by sending an email to halmccoy1@hotmail.

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Defense ministers discuss defusing South China Sea incidents

Singapore's defense minister says countries need to look for practical ways to defuse incidents in the South China Sea.

Consumer demand for Alaska cruises growing again

A growing consumer demand for Alaska cruises has put the state back in the million-passenger club as it rebounds after a leaner stretch.

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Then and Now: Main Street traffic jam

Then & Now: When a passing train could hold up buggies and rail cars

It’s been decades since a traffic jam in Dayton was made up of automobiles and horses. A train crossing Main Street near Sixth Street holds up a pair of men on bicycles, early model automobiles, interurban cars and horses pulling buggies in one historical Dayton photograph.
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Dayton project aims to show obscure sides of city

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Dayton Daily News is taking an in-depth look at quality-of-life issues in the Miami Valley and compares the Dayton area to like-sized metropolitan areas.

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Updated: Mudlick Tap House coming to downtown Dayton

CONFIRMED: Mudlick Tap House moving ahead with downtown Dayton plans

The owners of Mudlick Tap House in Germantown have dropped their plans for a second location in Springboro and will move ahead instead with renovations to the former Club Aquarius space at 135 E.
Third-grader has two books on Amazon

Third-grader has two books on Amazon

When Annie Pryor was very young, she wrote a book, saved it and read it to daughter Katie as a toddler.

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Navistar Springfield, UAW reach tentative agreement

Navistar Springfield, UAW reach tentative agreement

UPDATE @ 12:15 a.m. (Oct. 1)Just before the stroke of midnight, Navistar and one of its bargaining groups averted a strike by reaching a four-year tentative pact.
Updated: Mudlick Tap House coming to downtown Dayton

CONFIRMED: Mudlick Tap House moving ahead with downtown Dayton plans

The owners of Mudlick Tap House in Germantown have dropped their plans for a second location in Springboro and will move ahead instead with renovations to the former Club Aquarius space at 135 E.

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Life after breast cancer can be tough

Life after breast cancer can be tough

Brought to you by The moment a person receives a breast cancer diagnosis, his or her life changes immeasurably.
Preparing for your mammography visit

Preparing for your mammography visit

Brought to you by Annual mammograms are widely recommended for women beginning at age 40. Some estimates suggest that more than 48 million mammography screenings are performed in the United States every year.