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Remembering 9-11
6:27 pm
Fri September 9, 2011

A Clear Day In September

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Former WYSO News Director, Aileen LeBlanc, left the house on what seemed like an ordinary Tuesday to find that she would be working on day that she would never forget.

Ten years ago, Dayton resident Jerry Winhoven was at a training session  at the World Trade Center in New York. Now, he lives in Celina and says he remembers running out of the towers moments before they fell.

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Around the Miami Valley
7:26 am
Tue September 6, 2011

Ohio city has 3 days of weather extremes

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) - One Ohio city has hit record marks for heat, cool weather and rainfall all within three days of extremes.

The National Weather Service says Dayton on Monday reached a high temperature on Monday of just 62 degrees, tying the record for the chilliest maximum temperature ever recorded on Sept. 5.

Two days earlier, Dayton had sweltered in 97-degree heat.  Saturday's high temperature tied the record for Sept. 3 that had been set in 1913.

Around the Miami Valley
10:35 am
Mon September 5, 2011

WYSO Weekend: September 4, 2011

Full episode of WYSO Weekend for September 4, 2011 containing the following stories:

-Jerry Kenney interviews members of the Little Miami River Keepers, a local organization competing to receive grant money in a contest sponsored by Tom's of Maine.

-An Interview With Maxine Skuba in Conrad's Corner

-Jerry Kenney interviews Dennis Grant of United Rehabilitation Services about the upcoming Rubber Duck Regatta.

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Around the Miami Valley
7:57 am
Thu September 1, 2011

5 men arrested in Ohio in probe of drug operation

HAMILTON, Ohio(AP) - Police say five people have been arrested and about $1.2 million worth of drugs seized in an investigation of an Ohio drug operation connected to a Los Angeles street gang.

Authorities said Wednesday that the men were arrested in the Cincinnatiarea on Tuesday on charges of conspiracy to trafficking in drugs.

Hamilton police Chief Neil Ferdelman says the organization used businesses and residences in Hamilton and parts of Butler and Hamilton counties as safe houses and storage areas for large quantities of drugs.

Around the Miami Valley
7:41 am
Thu September 1, 2011

Dayton Daily News photo chief resigns in protest

CINCINNATI (AP) - The photo director for a southwest Ohio newspaper has resigned rather than go along with planned layoffs of photography staffers.

Larry Price says he doesn't think the plan is fair to staffers or in the best interests of the Dayton Daily News and readers of the Cox Media Group newspaper. The two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer resigned Monday, three days after being told two to four people would be cut from nine staffers.

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