Springfield police are still looking for a 17-year-old Clark County man in connection with the murder of a Springfield High School student. Now, several law enforcement agencies have joined in the search for the suspect.
Jeffrey Wellington, a 17-year-old student-athlete, was shot and killed Sunday morning. Police have issued a warrant for the arrest of Tyrin Hawkins who was also a student at Springfield High School.
US Marshals have joined the search for Hawkins, along with the Southern Ohio Fugitive Apprehension Strike Team.
Today on ReInvention Stories, we return to Trotwood to meet Philipe Payne. He had a successful career with Appleton Paper Company until he and most of his fellow workers were laid off two years ago. Now he's back in school training for a new career and pursuing a passion for making art.
Major funding for the second season of ReInvention Stories comes from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation with support from Wright State University CELIA fund, the Yellow Springs Community Foundation and Antioch College.
Police have named a suspect involved in the shooting that claimed the life of a 17-year-old Springfield High School student early Sunday morning. A murder warrant has been issued for the Clark County teenager.
Springfield Police have been investigating the death of student-athlete Jeffrey Wellington early Sunday morning in the 2300 block of North Limestone Street. Police Chief Stephen Moody's office says a warrant has been issued for 17-year-old Tyrin Hawkins of Springfield.
Politics Ohio with WYSO news director Emily McCord
Antioch College President Mark Roosevelt writes a monthly column for the online publication The Independent. WYSO will now offer that column as a new podcast called Roosevelt Reads and presents the inaugural edition here on WYSO Weekend.
Bill Felker with Poor Will's Miami Valley Almanack
The Dayton Theatre Guild presents AN INSPECTOR CALLS and it is opening tonight. A family celebrating their daughter's betrothal is interrupted by a police inspector who eventually establishes that each of them played a part in a poor young woman's death.
Learn how to construct a rain barrel using hand tools and discover painting techniques to make your rain barrel unique and colorful. This workshop is Saturday, 1 - 3:00 p.m. at Aullwood Farm.