Springfield - A Clark County judge has issued a preliminary injunction against striking Union Workers from the Moyno Incorporated Company in Springfield. The workers have been on the picket line since March 8th.
Common Pleas judge Douglas Rastater handed down the injunction recently which states that members of the United Auto Workers Local 902 and their associates cannot trespass or damage Moyno property. The injunction also prohibits workers from drinking alcohol while on the picket line or harassing people that are leaving or entering the Moyno facility.
At Courthouse Square tonight from 7 to 10 the Tree of Life Community will join with the international community in raising awareness that None of Us are Free Until All of Us are Free. They want spread the word about the injustices and atrocities committed by Joseph Kony, and the LRA for nearly three decades.
A trial is set to begin today for a nurse charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of a 14-year-old girl with cerebral palsy who weighed 28 pounds when she died last year.
Mollie Parsons of Dayton also is charged with failing to provide for a functionally impaired person and tampering with records.
Authorities say Makayla Norman had bed sores and showed other signs of neglect when she died on March 1, 2011. They say 42-year-old Parsons and the girl's mother were supposed to care for the girl at the Normans' home.
SPRINGFIELD - A Dayton based television station that airs programs like Ozzie and Harriet along with the Rifleman, is relocating to Springfield. The station is looking to produce local programming to go along with its format of airing classic television shows.
Dayton's WWRD is known as RTV 32 and is an affiliate of the Retro Television Network. The low powered commercial station has been on the air since 1989. The station's General Manager Randall Hulsmeyer, says moving to Springfield will be good a good opportunity to get more locally produced shows on the air.