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WMOH Updates Archives for 2017-06

Headlines For Monday June 26, 2017


(Hamilton)--A possible homicide investigation is underway by Hamilton police detectives. A man was found shot early Sunday on the front steps of an apartment building at 503 South Front Street. The victim was taken to Fort Hamilton Hospital where he was pronounced dead. No arrests have been reported, and no ID on the victim has been released. Police are asking the public for more information on the shooting. You can call the detective bureau at 868-5811, extension 2002.

 

(Hamilton)--The director of the Butler County Regional Airport is officially looking for a new job. County Commissioners voted unanimously to fire Ronald Davis during their meeting this morning. The dismissal becomes effective on Friday.

 

(Cedarville)--Another hat in the ring for the upcoming governor's race. Attorney General Mike DeWine announcing he's in during his annual ice cream social at his Cedarville home.
 
(Middletown)--OVI and other charges are expected to be filed against Adam Danner. The Middletown man allegedly blew through a red light, plowing into a police cruiser and a pickup truck at Breiel and Grand. Two officers and the pickup driver were treated at the scene. Danner was taken to Atrium Medical Center.


(Cincinnati)--You are paying more at the pump to begin the work week. Gas Buddy says regular unleaded is averaging $2.23 a gallon in Greater Cincinnati, more than 13 cents higher than it was this time last week.

 

(Orlando, FL)--Call them national champions! The Liberty Junior School Catapult Team took first place at the National Student Technology competition in Orlando Florida. It was part of a STEM conference this past week.

 

SPORTS

 

(Washington, DC)--Scooter Gennett went 4-for-4 with a homer as the Reds beat the Nationals 6-2. Scott Feldman pitched seven innings of two-run ball. The Reds will be in St. Louis tonight for a make-up game. Brandon Finnegan will make his first start since April 15th.

 

 


Headlines For Thursday June 22, 2017


LOCAL NEWS

 

(St. Clair Township)---Family members say 32 year old Jacob Faulkner was an Afghanistan war veteran who suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The former marine was shot to death after he pointed a gun at Butler County Sheriff's Deputy Taylor Henson Tuesday evening. Sheriff Richard Jones says the shooting came after Faulkner refused several orders to drop his gun.

 

(Wyoming, Ohio)---Funeral services were held this morning for Otto Warmbier. Among the capacity crowd gathered at Wyoming High School was U.S. Senator Rob Portman, who is calling on the Senate to condemn North Korea for their treatment of the former captive, who died just days after he was freed and brought home to Cincinnati.

 

(Cincinnati)---The jury is back at it for a 4th day as deliberations continue in the Samuel Dubose murder trial. The former UC police officer is charged with the shooting death of motorist Samuel Dubose.

 

(West Chester)---The Torch Run For Special Olympics has been making its way through Butler County the last couple of days. Yesterday, the southwest leg was in West Chester, and today the run continued through Middletown. The Special Olympics will be held  at Ohio Stadium beginning Friday.

 

SPORTS

 

(Tampa, FL)---The Reds fell to the Rays 8-3 at Tropicana Field. Tim Adelman's record fell to 4-4 on the season. He gave up three runs on 7 hits through 5 innings pitched. Manager Bryan Price was concerned that Adelman ran his pitch count to 95 during those five frames. The Reds are off today, and they begin a series with the Nationals in Washington tomorrow.

 

WEATHER:

 

FLASH FLOOD WATCH 2AM FRIDAY

THROUGH 2AM SATURDAY...

 

(Wilmington, OH)--Tropical Depression Cindy will begin effecting the Butler County area tonight, as showers and thunderstorms begin moving in after 4pm. Friday will be rainy all day, with up to three inches of rain predicted to fall during thunderstorms between now and Saturday. This afternoon's high is forecast to hit the mid 80's, and the rest of the weekend will see highs in the mid to upper 70's.

 

 


Headlines For Wednesday June 21, 2017


(Hamilton)---The Butler County Sheriff's Office is planning a news conference this afternoon to talk about the police involved shooting death of a man in St. Clair Township. The incident happened in the Overpeck area around 5:30pm. The man was apparently an active shooter, who had fired into a moving train.

 

(Liberty Township)---The Butler County Engineer's Office is ready to begin a major road project in Liberty Township. Yankee Road will be widened between Dutchland Parkway and Princeton Road. The project also calls for a roundabout at Yankee and Princeton. Construction will last through next summer, with a 4 million dollar pricetag.

 

(Cincinnati)---A third day of deliberations are getting underway in Cincinnati, as a jury decides the fate of Raymond Tensing. The former UC police officer is charged with the shooting death of motorist Samuel Dubose.



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