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04/22/2017 01:38 PM
'Drain the swamp' more a Trump slogan than a practice so far

Julie Bykowicz, Associated Press Updated 12:16 am, Saturday, April 22, 2017 FILE - In this Oct. 27, 2016 file photo, supporters of then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump hold signs during a campaign rally in Springfield, Ohio.


04/22/2017 08:56 AM
OH Firefighter Confesses to Sexual Assault of Fire Cadets

April 22--A former Springfield Twp. firefighter pleaded not guilty Friday in Clark County Common Pleas Court to several charges after he was accused of sexually assaulting teens in the fire department's cadet program.


04/22/2017 04:13 AM
Authorities: Firefighter said he sexually assaulted teens

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio - Authorities say an Ohio firefighter confessed to sexually assaulting four teenagers in his department's cadet program, sometimes in paid sexual encounters, while he was an instructor.


04/14/2017 09:54 AM
Board hears update on Young Elementary

Springfield Local Schools Board of Education heard a presentation from the leadership team at Young Elementary School during the April 11 meeting. According to Superintendent Chuck Sincere, the board rotates meetings to various buildings to hear what is happening around the district.


04/13/2017 02:35 PM
OSHP Investigating Serious Crash In Ridgefield Township

The Norwalk Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a one vehicle serious injury crash in Ridgefield Township. The crash occurred at the intersection of Washington Road and River Road at 2:15 am.


04/10/2017 06:06 PM
Springfield motorcycle crash leaves 1 dead

Police say the crash happened at the intersection of East Columbia Street and Foster Street shortly after 4:00 p.m. Monday. 2 NEWS has a crew on the way.


04/09/2017 08:39 AM
Alan Miller: Editorial page editor Barbara Carmen steeped in Columbus

She was born in Columbus. She is a product of Columbus City Schools and Ohio State University.


04/07/2017 06:10 PM
Authorities: Inmate dies at county jail in Ohio

The offices of Clark County's coroner and the sheriff on Friday confirmed the death at the jail in Springfield, about 30 miles northeast of Dayton. Chief Deputy Travis Russell says the in-custody death occurred Thursday, but provided no additional information.


04/07/2017 03:38 PM
Cancer con victim mother convinced her she was dying

'As far as I'm concerned, she ruined my life': Cancer con victim whose mother drugged her with sleeping pills and shaved her hair to convince her she was dying reveals how the crime haunts her still Hannah spoke exclusively to DailyMail.com about her struggles with depression, suicidal thoughts and her determination to move on with her life Hannah Milbrandt, 21, was seven years old when her mother tricked her and residents of their hometown, Urbana, Ohio, into thinking she was dying from leukemia A young woman who was drugged by her mother to convince her she was dying from childhood leukemia in a scam that duped their town has spoken for the first time about the grueling ordeal and says she believes her mother ruined her life.


04/07/2017 10:48 AM
Police, parks on Springfield May ballot

Springfield officials are hoping residents will approve two levy requests on the May 2 Primary/Special Election ballot they say will make the township "safe and strong." Issue 9 is the renewal of a five-year, 3-mill levy, with an increase of 1.5 mills, for the Springfield Police Department.


04/07/2017 06:13 AM
Injuries reported in crash on I-70 in Springfield

The Clark County Sheriff's Office says the crash happened around 2:10 a.m. on Friday in the eastbound lanes of I-70, near the S.R. 41 exit. The Sheriff's Office received a call about a car sideways on I-70.


04/06/2017 01:35 PM
The plot thickens on former Barney's Furniture building

The lease agreement binds Illinois to fulfill at least the first five years of the deal, which adds up to a minimum of $2.4 million. Procurement Board Member Ed Bedore, an appointee of House Speaker Michael Madigan, tells WCIA the total cost could clear $11 million before the 10-year deal is over.


03/31/2017 12:44 PM
Shoplifting suspect fights with police at Springfield gas station

The $5,000 Lead The Way scholarship program is supported by a grant from Vectren. CBC and Vectren annually award $1,000 in college tuition a Many of us are counting down the days to summer, but before we get there, we have to get through storm season.


03/31/2017 10:13 AM
Officials predict lower rates with new gas aggregation program

Joining the Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council is expected to result in savings for natural gas customers in Summit County's opt-out aggregation program, plus reduce the county's administrative costs. Also, business customers will get access to a new economic development tool, county officials said March 27. County Council's committee meetings that day included Planning and Economic Development, during which members discussed the proposed change and recommended associated legislation be given a second reading.


03/30/2017 02:30 PM
Bluegrass gospel group Crossing Over spreads the gospel through music -

Formed six months ago by a group of regular guys with families and regular jobs, "Crossing Over" has become a mission for six local talented musicians. "We all go to the same church, the Mechanicsburg Free Will Baptist Church, and have known each other for a long time," said Kenny Castle, who plays guitar for the group.


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