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Tourism adding new jobs, revenue to Butler, Warren counties

Tourism adding new jobs, revenue to Butler, Warren counties

Tourism spending in Ohio continues to grow, and Butler and Warren counties are driving that growth with billions of dollars in sales from hotel stays and at attractions.

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Supporters would be on board with a Clinton-Warren ticket

Supporters would be on board with a Clinton-Warren ticket

Those who listened to presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Mass.

Summer break means more classes for young English learners

Summer break means more classes for young English learners

Summer break is no break from learning English for many area children of immigrant families.Though most school districts are closed, some in Butler and Warren counties are open half-days for English as a Second Language (ESL) students.

Murder suspect reaches for Cincinnati officer’s gun

Murder suspect reaches for Cincinnati officer’s gun

Murder suspect Thomas Robinson attempted to take a Cincinnati police officer’s firearm in an interview room at the police station, and video surveillance of the incident has been released.

NWS: Storms spun 2 tornadoes, not 4

NWS: Storms spun 2 tornadoes, not 4

Two tornadoes hit the region during Thursday’s storm, with at least four touchdowns, according to a revised report released Friday afternoon from the National Weather Service.

Hot and muggy weekend ahead

Hot and muggy weekend ahead

QUICK-LOOK FORECASTQuiet and comfortable tonightHeating up with sunshine to start weekendScattered showers, storms late SundayDOWNLOAD OUR FREE WEATHER APP for weather updates on your smartphoneDETAILED FORECASTSkies will remain mainly clear overnight as temperatures drop to near 60 degrees, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Eric Elwell said.

Tornado hits Girl Scouts Camp Stonybrook

Tornado hits Girl Scouts Camp Stonybrook

A tornado caused significant damage to a Girl Scouts camp early Thursday near Waynesville. There were 200 campers and staff at Camp Stonybrook, but there were no injuries because Scouts — who ranged in age from third-graders to high school seniors — were moved to buildings ahead of the storm, said Katelyn Scott, spokeswoman for the Girl Scouts of Western Ohio.

New on back-to-school list: Mandatory shots for 7th, 12th-graders

New on back-to-school list: Mandatory shots for 7th, 12th-graders

The upcoming back-to-school lists for some area parents will include an unusual item that could be deadly if ignored.

Springboro damage

Straight line winds hit Springboro, NWS says

A microburst with straight line winds hit near Springboro area early Thursday, spun from the same system that produced the tornadoes that bounced around Clinton and Fayette counties.

Most of Butler County unscathed after storm

Most of Butler County unscathed after storm

Most of Butler County was unscathed after heavy rain, bolts of lightning and winds of up to 70 mph ripped through early Thursday, leaving as many as 8,100 residents without electricity.

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Tippecanoe vs. DeSales

Tippecanoe vs. DeSales

Tippecanoe against Columbus DeSales in the first inning on Thursday, May 26, 2016, at Mason High School.

Dayton vs. George Mason

Dayton vs. George Mason

Dayton beat George Mason 98-64 on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, at EagleBank Arena in Fairfax, Va.

Jan. 18, 2015

Photos: Portraits of Martin Luther King Jr. on holiday

As Martin Luther King Jr. Day turned 30, the civil rights legend's face and his words were prominently displayed across the nation at ceremonies remembering his work.

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