• WATCH THIS: Claims of Excessive Force by Dayton PD

    DAYTON -- Claims of Dayton Police using excessive force while arresting a man is caught on camera. A man in a nearby home watched from a window as officers tried to arrest the man after a traffic stop. "He came and kicked the dude then he got to punching him. I was like you're not supposed to be doing that," said the man who recorded the video on his cell phone. To watch the full story, please click on watch the video. The arrest happened Friday in an alley behind Main Street near Marathon Avenue. We talked with Dayton Police who say 36-year-old Shane Sprague was pulled over after a traffic violation on Main Street. Officers found an arrest warrant for Sprague out of Xenia so they asked him to get out of the police cruiser to put him in handcuffs. That's when officers...

    published: 02 Jun 2014
  • Dayton woman hoping for parole after 1994 murder

    CINCINNATI (WKRC) - A Dayton woman who's spent the last 23 years behind bars for a crime she says she didn't commit will find out Tuesday whether or not she will be granted parole. Tyra Patterson was convicted in 1995 of the robbery and aggravated murder of Michelle Lai. Lai, who was 15 at the time, was shot and killed in 1994 during a robbery. Some of the people who were involved in the crime, including Kellie Johnson, believe Patterson should be free. "I'm just reaching out to everybody to let them know that everything she said about not doing nothing is honestly true," said Johnson in a video filmed by the Ohio Justice and Policy Center, which represents Patterson. Patterson was 19 at the time of the murder. The night of the shooting, Patterson and friends ran into another group th...

    published: 27 Oct 2017
  • Cockroaches Infest East Dayton Home

    DAYTON -- People on Dayton's east side are fired up over cockroaches taking over their homes after they say a neighbor's house is infested. Our cameras were rolling as roaches poured out of a home at 2710 East Third Street.They're everywhere. If you want to look out your window to see what's going on and you see a cockroach crawling, said Hutton.Hutton said she's gone through nearly two dozen cans of Raid to keep them out of her house.She claims the people living there have been gone the last week, they disappeared and haven't been here a week as of tomorrow. We found the Montgomery County property records to the East Third Street home and tracked down the property owners to a house in Centerville. We knocked on the door -- but didn't get a response. Hutton said she already tried the city,...

    published: 03 Sep 2013
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    Dayton Insurance Claims http://dayton-roofing.com-receive-free.info/ Rembrandt Enterprises 156 E. Spring Valley Pike Suite B Centerville OH 45458 937-746-7377 937-746-7377

    published: 29 May 2011
  • Protesters Claim Dayton Mall Bus Stop Breaks A

    MIAMI TOWNSHIP-- Protestors are preparing to sound off against the company that owns the Dayton Mall, over a bus stop. LEAD (Leaders for Equality and Action in Dayton) claims that the only RTA bus stop at the mall, is not up to standards with the American's with Disabilities Act. "we want enough bus stops, we want them accessible, and accessible to the entrances to the mall," said Willie Righter, who is helping to organize the protest. She is almost 80 years old, and struggles to walk herself, but continues to fight for equality and access for others. "Because I live here and these are people that are my friends and neighbors, and the children of my friends and neighbors," Righter said. LEAD is the group responsible for the fight to add RTA bus stops at the Fairfield Com...

    published: 15 Dec 2014
  • Dayton Claims "Unsession" A Success

    Governor Mark Dayton talks about the nearly two thousand outdated laws and rules that were repealed during the 2014 legislative session.

    published: 27 May 2014
  • Dayton Man Claims VA was Ready to Let Him Die

    DAYTON -- A local Vietnam veteran says he believes the V.A. was willing to let him die rather pay for the expensive medication he needed to treat his heart and lung issues. Dale Walker gets emotional when he talks a recent visit to his primary care physician. He says the doctor told him he was going to die and there was nothing they could do to help. But Walker says after a trip to a specialist he was told there was a medication that could help him. However, no one was willing to give him the drug after repeated trips to the V.A. hospital. Today Walker contacted us and we looked into it, and after several phone calls we got an email apologizing to Walker for what they call a misunderstanding between Walker and his primary care doctor. The V.A. says a drug has been identified t...

    published: 30 May 2014
  • Dayton Ranks No. 13 in Dog Bite Claims; Ohio Ranks No. 4

    DAYTON -- Dayton is tied with Cleveland at number 13 for attacks of postal workers. Dayton is the smallest of the 20 ranked cities. In fact most cities are at least three times more populated than Dayton. At 26 bites, Dayton has the highest number of dog bites to a postal worker per population.A lot of the dog bites happen when the carriers are just doing their job delivering mail and they don't see the dogs, said Robert McDaniel of U.S.P.S. It gets worse. In terms of insurance claims for dog bites, Ohio has one of the highest rates in the nation. In 2012, State Farm had more than 3,600 dog bite claims and paid more than $108 million as a result of dog bites. Ohio ranked No. 4 on the list of claims with 235. California was the top state while Illinois was No. 2 and Texas No. 3.There were ...

    published: 16 May 2013
  • Couple Claims They Were Barricaded from Home b

    WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP -- A couple residing on Yankee Street claims they had been barricaded from their home after refusing to pay for a construction project they did not sign off on. "In June, when it flash flooded in Dayton our creek flooded and it washed our bridge away," said homeowner Emily Clark. The Clarks share the bridge with their neighbors, as a shared driveway entrance. After the flooding, Emily Clark says they agreed with neighbors on a $12,000 bridge replacement, then an $18,000 bridge replacement, that were both approved by the Montgomery County Engineer's Office. The Clarks claim their neighbors backed out of both plans and instead hired an engineer and had a $30,000 replacement bridge built without their consent. "We told them the day the bridge went out w...

    published: 21 Jan 2015
  • Dayton man claims home is wrongly targeted in drive-by shoot

    "One of the bullets broke through my living room window, went through two couches and then lodged in the wall. The other bullet went through an upstairs bedroom," said Greene.

    published: 11 Aug 2011
  • Is Dayton Really the Birthplace of Aviation?

    DAYTON -- Dayton is now in a fight for who is first in flight. The Connecticut Senate just passed a bill trying to delete the Wright brothers from history, saying the first powered flight was not from the Wright Brothers, but someone in Connecticut.Have you ever heard of Gustave Whitehead? Some aviation experts believe he started it all by flying over Connecticut on Aug. 14, 1901, two years, four months, and three days before the Wright brothers.I've never even heard of Connecticut being involved in the first flight, said Sarah Butterbaugh. Her reaction is pretty common.This is silly, this type of thing comes up periodically, said Alex Hackman of Carillon Historical Park. One of the biggest arguments against Gustave Whitehead is where is the proof? With the Wright brothers you see years o...

    published: 06 Jun 2013
  • Welcome to Dayton, Ohio, the 3rd best city for college graduates. Part 1

    Dayton, Ohio got this kind of press http://www.creditdonkey.com/college-grads-2014.html which is nothing but a pack of lies. It claims that Dayton, Ohio is the 3rd best cities for college graduates to live and start their career. Well this East Dayton slum neighborhood proves that is not true and is nothing but lies

    published: 22 May 2014
  • I Love Dayton: The Pine Club

    2 News at 6:00 p.m.

    published: 26 Feb 2018
  • Dayton Auto Accident Lawyer Gives Mistakes to Avoid for Your Insurance Settlement

    Dayton Car Accident Attorney Anthony Castelli tells you five critical mistakes injury claimants make when dealing with auto accident insurance company claims. Call for a free consultation 937-306-6410 For more information, if you are seeking maximum value as to how much your injury should be compensated, go to http;//daytoncaraccident.attorneys.us. Not every injury claim requires a lawyer. In smaller harm claims a lawyer may not be able to add much value. There is no threat that an experienced lawyer will take a small claim to court. It could easily cost more in litigation expenses than the value of your claim. In my opinion you can deal with your own minor claim. But even on small claims you may have questions. I'm happy to talk with you at no charge even if it is not likely that I wi...

    published: 27 Apr 2013
  • Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Rachel Siekman - Marijuana in WC claims

    Hochman and Plunkett - Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Rachel Siekman speaks about marijuana in regards to workers' compensation claims in this second video in our series.

    published: 10 Feb 2017
  • F35A Lightning II at 2017 Dayton Airshow

    F35A Lightning II flying with the heritage flight at 2017 Vectron Dayton Airshow. It flew along side a P51D Mustang. The F35 then separated and performed passes. Including a high speed pass. I apologize for the shaky video. The original footage was constantly shaky, I almost thought that my VR in the lens had gone out. I stabilized the footage with youtube's stabilizer, since the original footage at times was almost not usable. I feel the result is very watchable. So here it is, enjoy! Please no "hate" comments, meaning non constructive comments against the f35. Don't just make claims, provide evidence.

    published: 25 Jun 2017
  • Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Dan O'Brien - Marijuana in WC claims

    Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Dan O'Brien speaking on the topic of marijuana in Workers' Compensation Claims.

    published: 21 Feb 2017
  • Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Donald Scott - Marijuana in WC claims

    Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Donald K. Scott speaks about marijuana in regards to workers' compensation claims in this third video in our series.

    published: 10 Feb 2017
  • Abandoned Houses in Dayton, Ohio. Video 1

    Here is a video that I made of some Abandoned houses in Dayton, Ohio in the Southern Dayton View area in the city on a street called Lexington Avenue, there must be 30 to 40 Abandoned houses on this street and the city claims they are tearing down houses faster then they ever have been, but yet this street has been barely touched by the city. Note the video quality on here is not the best, but my purpose of this video is to expose extreme neglect in this neighborhood on this street. So just deal with the quality not being the best

    published: 13 Mar 2014
  • Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Gary Plunkett - Marijuana in Workers' Compensation Claims

    Dayton Ohio Workers Compensation Attorney Gary Plunkett speaks on the topic of marijuana in regards to workers' compensation claims.

    published: 10 Feb 2017
  • Crews Work to Treat Dayton Side Streets

    DAYTON-- After the latest dose of winter white, Dayton's side streets are being dyed blue. The color is being mixed into they city's beet juice and salt brine mixture to help crews working through the storm track what streets have been covered. Its a visual indicator, said Dayton Street Maintenance Manager Jim Brinegar, For the residents to see that we've been through there, and also an indicator for our crews and our managers to see that they've been through.I just want it to be over, said Dustin Knowlton. He makes a living plowing side streets, but even he says the blue is just a reminder that there's more snow, and more work to be done.At this point I'm tired of it all but I guess it's good so the neighborhood knows the cities are using salt everywhere, he said.I just saw a ton of snow ...

    published: 03 Mar 2014
  • Ohio Attorney Reveals What Makes A Strong Personal Injury Claim

    Ohio Injury Attorney Anthony Castelli answers the question, "What Makes a Strong Personal injury Claim." Many people want to know whether they need an lawyer for their personal inury insurance claim car accident or whether a lawyer will even take your claim. Ohio personal injury lawyer Anthony Castelli in the continuing consumer legal series where he was asked 6 questions by Chicago personal injury lawyer Jonathan Rosenfeld about common themes that come up again and again in personal injury claims and car accident harms and hurts. Although familiar to personal injury lawyers the public is often at a loss to know what to do when they are hurt seriously in a automobile crash. Many fall into the trap of listening to the insurance adjustor as if they were their friend. But it's the seasoned ad...

    published: 18 Jun 2013
  • OJ: University of Dayton - Mailman

    A few minutes with The University of Dayton's most infamous mailman: OJ. He claims to have written (uncredited) songs for Earth Wind & Fire. He claims to be a martial arts expert. He CHUGS Boone's Farm in the middle of the street.

    published: 16 May 2012
  • Dayton Medical Malpractice Lawyer What Is A Medical Malpractice Claim

    Dayton Personal Injury Lawyer http://www.ChesterLaw.com 800-218-4243 What Is A Medical Malpractice Claim? Presented video by David Chester the founder Chester Law Group Co., LPA. I am David M. Chester, from the Chester Law group, an Dayton, Ohio medical malpractice law firm with 19 offices across Ohio, and today we are here to discuss what a medical malpractice claim is. A medical malpractice claim is a personal injury negligence claim against a doctor, nurse, hospital or other medical personnel. It is a subset of personal injury claims. Experience is needed by the attorney to win these types of cases because they often involve in depth medical knowledge and understanding to win the case. Your lawyer must be able to understand the intricacies of medical treatment and when that treat...

    published: 17 Dec 2013
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WATCH THIS: Claims of Excessive Force by Dayton PD
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WATCH THIS: Claims of Excessive Force by Dayton PD

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DAYTON -- Claims of Dayton Police using excessive force while arresting a man is caught on camera. A man in a nearby home watched from a window as officers tried to arrest the man after a traffic stop. "He came and kicked the dude then he got to punching him. I was like you're not supposed to be doing that," said the man who recorded the video on his cell phone. To watch the full story, please click on watch the video. The arrest happened Friday in an alley behind Main Street near Marathon Avenue. We talked with Dayton Police who say 36-year-old Shane Sprague was pulled over after a traffic violation on Main Street. Officers found an arrest warrant for Sprague out of Xenia so they asked him to get out of the police cruiser to put him in handcuffs. That's when officers say he starting resisting arrest and became combative. "He resisted multiple verbal orders and resisted for several minutes before officers were finally able to get his hands behind his back," said Dayton Police Major Matt Carper. Carper says people need to see the whole story before anyone makes any judgement. ABC 22/FOX 45 obtained the cruiser cam video to show you what authorities are talking about. Carper points out that in the dash cam video you can see Sprague resisting arrest as officers try to put handcuffs on him. He is tased several times -- and then the other officer comes to help assist officers in the arrest. "From what I've seen so far from this investigation, the officers were in compliance with the policy," said Carper. We're told the investigation is not complete and that the proper protocol is being taken to to make sure the actions by officers are in line with the department's policy. Sprague was taken to Greene County for that outstanding warrant before being released.
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Dayton woman hoping for parole after 1994 murder
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Dayton woman hoping for parole after 1994 murder

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CINCINNATI (WKRC) - A Dayton woman who's spent the last 23 years behind bars for a crime she says she didn't commit will find out Tuesday whether or not she will be granted parole. Tyra Patterson was convicted in 1995 of the robbery and aggravated murder of Michelle Lai. Lai, who was 15 at the time, was shot and killed in 1994 during a robbery. Some of the people who were involved in the crime, including Kellie Johnson, believe Patterson should be free. "I'm just reaching out to everybody to let them know that everything she said about not doing nothing is honestly true," said Johnson in a video filmed by the Ohio Justice and Policy Center, which represents Patterson. Patterson was 19 at the time of the murder. The night of the shooting, Patterson and friends ran into another group that included Johnson, Lawshana Keeney and Angela Thuman. Police said Patterson confessed on video to her role. Detective: "What all did you take?" Tyra Patterson: "A necklace." But Johnson said Patterson's statement wasn't true. "I'm the one who took the necklace off the girl in the back passenger seat. That's all you need to know about that. I took it," Johnson said. "All I remember is Tyra saying at first is 'stop this. Y'all need to leave it alone. Stop this leave it alone.'" Patterson's attorney, David Singleton, said Patterson was bullied by police into admitting she took the necklace. "They pushed and they pushed and they pushed her until she admitted to doing something that she didn't do," Singleton said. Singleton said Patterson grabbed the necklace off of the ground, ran away and called 911 to report what happened. He said she later flushed the necklace down the toilet. "Hello this is Smithville and there's something going around around here. I don't know what it is but I heard a gun shot," said the 911 call. The jury never heard Patterson's 911 call, which was a mistake according to Singleton. Last year, Michelle Lai's sister came forward and asked that Tyra Patterson be released. She wrote a letter to Gov. John Kasich and asked for clemency for Patterson. "One of the victims though Holly Lai who was the government's star witness has come forward to say to the governor that Tyra's innocent," Singleton said. But Leon Daidone, the prosecutor assigned to the case through Montgomery County, said Tuesday that Patterson should remain in prison. Daidone believes Patterson received a fair trial and said the parole board has twice rejected the notion that Patterson should be granted clemency on a claim of actual innocence. "All of the witnesses were subjected to the rules of evidence, cross-examination. And the jury - based on the evidence and based on the witnesses being cross-examined - found Tyra Patterson guilty," Daidone said. "What we have now is two decades later, is people just making statements not subject to the rules of evidence many in direct contradiction to what they had said 20 years ago," Daidone said. The parole board hearing will be held Tuesday, October 24 at 2:30 p.m. in Columbus. A decision on Patterson's release will be made that day. Meanwhile, Gov. Kasich's office has not yet made a decision on Patterson's clemency application.
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Cockroaches Infest East Dayton Home
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Cockroaches Infest East Dayton Home

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DAYTON -- People on Dayton's east side are fired up over cockroaches taking over their homes after they say a neighbor's house is infested. Our cameras were rolling as roaches poured out of a home at 2710 East Third Street.They're everywhere. If you want to look out your window to see what's going on and you see a cockroach crawling, said Hutton.Hutton said she's gone through nearly two dozen cans of Raid to keep them out of her house.She claims the people living there have been gone the last week, they disappeared and haven't been here a week as of tomorrow. We found the Montgomery County property records to the East Third Street home and tracked down the property owners to a house in Centerville. We knocked on the door -- but didn't get a response. Hutton said she already tried the city, they said thanks. We'll take the complaint done. With the Labor Day holiday, we were unable to talk to city officials. We will follow up with what can be done on Tuesday.
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dayton insurance claims
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Protesters Claim Dayton Mall Bus Stop Breaks A
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MIAMI TOWNSHIP-- Protestors are preparing to sound off against the company that owns the Dayton Mall, over a bus stop. LEAD (Leaders for Equality and Action in Dayton) claims that the only RTA bus stop at the mall, is not up to standards with the American's with Disabilities Act. "we want enough bus stops, we want them accessible, and accessible to the entrances to the mall," said Willie Righter, who is helping to organize the protest. She is almost 80 years old, and struggles to walk herself, but continues to fight for equality and access for others. "Because I live here and these are people that are my friends and neighbors, and the children of my friends and neighbors," Righter said. LEAD is the group responsible for the fight to add RTA bus stops at the Fairfield Commons Mall in Beavercreek. Now, they are calling out mall owner Glimcher Realty Group once again, for what they claim is a lack of bus stops at the Dayton Mall that are accessible for people with disabilities and impairments. Currently, there is only one bus stop at the Dayton Mall on the south side off Ring Road. The protestors take issue with the distance and grade from the bus stop to the mall entrance, claiming it is more than the length of a football field, and hard for those with impairments to traverse. "If somebody is in even an electric wheelchair, and certainly if they're on a walker, its awful," Righter said. "A shelter would be nice," said rider Steve Donovan at the mall bus stop. He receives disability for issues he has with his knees, and said the walk from the mall to the bus stop is troubling. "Today was a relatively good day so it was tolerable, but there would be some days where this would really get to me," said Donovan. RTA submitted plans to Glimcher in 2010 that LEAD claims were refused by the company. Today Glimcher would not answer questions but released this statement
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Dayton Claims "Unsession" A Success
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Dayton Claims "Unsession" A Success

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Governor Mark Dayton talks about the nearly two thousand outdated laws and rules that were repealed during the 2014 legislative session.
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Dayton Man Claims VA was Ready to Let Him Die
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DAYTON -- A local Vietnam veteran says he believes the V.A. was willing to let him die rather pay for the expensive medication he needed to treat his heart and lung issues. Dale Walker gets emotional when he talks a recent visit to his primary care physician. He says the doctor told him he was going to die and there was nothing they could do to help. But Walker says after a trip to a specialist he was told there was a medication that could help him. However, no one was willing to give him the drug after repeated trips to the V.A. hospital. Today Walker contacted us and we looked into it, and after several phone calls we got an email apologizing to Walker for what they call a misunderstanding between Walker and his primary care doctor. The V.A. says a drug has been identified that can help him and today they started the process so he can receive the medication. He says until we called he had been given the runaround.
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Dayton Ranks No. 13 in Dog Bite Claims; Ohio Ranks No. 4
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Dayton Ranks No. 13 in Dog Bite Claims; Ohio Ranks No. 4

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DAYTON -- Dayton is tied with Cleveland at number 13 for attacks of postal workers. Dayton is the smallest of the 20 ranked cities. In fact most cities are at least three times more populated than Dayton. At 26 bites, Dayton has the highest number of dog bites to a postal worker per population.A lot of the dog bites happen when the carriers are just doing their job delivering mail and they don't see the dogs, said Robert McDaniel of U.S.P.S. It gets worse. In terms of insurance claims for dog bites, Ohio has one of the highest rates in the nation. In 2012, State Farm had more than 3,600 dog bite claims and paid more than $108 million as a result of dog bites. Ohio ranked No. 4 on the list of claims with 235. California was the top state while Illinois was No. 2 and Texas No. 3.There were 750 dog bites in Montgomery County last year, 211 in Dayton. Actually when I was little I ran into a friend of mine's dog when we were playing and it bit me and they put him down, said Laura of Dayton.So Why are we ranked so high? One vet says it's all in the breeding.If you're going to go pick a puppy meet the parents put a lot of priority in the mom and dad, said veterinarian Sven Anstadt. If they have personality traits you don't like I would be weary of buying that because you will see those personality traits transmitted when you talk about aggression here antisocial behavior or hyperactivity.Bob Sexton from Animal Resource Center says it's hard to define the reason, but you can help get our numbers down. When you see a stray dog make sure it gets reported whether to us for the police department, he said.Do not run or shout keep your hands down and slowly back away from the animal until it loses interest, said Tom Hut of Montgomery County Public Health.Doctors advise if you are bitten to immediately wash the bite with soap and water and call your family physician. Also call public health so they can quarantine the animal to make sure there are no signs of illnesses.Mail carriers tell us they may not deliver your mail if they see a dog in your yard or your neighbors yard. State/City RankingThe U.S. Postal Service issues a list of the cities across the country where the most postal workers have been attacked by dogs, and, for 2012, that list included:1) Los Angeles, Calif.-69 attacks on postal workers2) San Antonio, Texas and Seattle, Wash.-42 attacks apiece3) Chicago, Ill.-41 attacks4) San Francisco, Calif.-38 attacks5) Philadelphia, Pa.-34 attacks6) Detroit, Mich.-33 attacks7) St. Louis, Mo.-32 attacks8) Baltimore, Md. and Sacramento, Calif.-29 attacks apiece9) Houston, Texas and Minneapolis, Minn.-27 attacks apiece10) Cleveland and Dayton, Ohio-26 attacks apiece11) Buffalo and Brooklyn, N.Y.-24 attacks apiece12) Denver, Colo.-23 attacks13) Dallas, Texas and Tacoma, Wash.-21 attacks apiece14) Wichita, Kan.-20 attacks Insurance claimsState Farm publishes a list of the top ten states with the most claims for dog bites the previous year. The states that, made the list in 2012 were:1) California-451 claims worth $17.1 million2) Illinois-337 claims worth $9 million3) Texas-236 claims worth $4.3 million4) Ohio-235 claims worth $5 million5) Pennsylvania-165 claims worth $4.5 million6) Michigan-151 claims worth $4.6 million7) Indiana-148 claims worth $2.7 million8) Florida-123 claims worth $7.1 million9) Georgia-121 claims worth $3.3 million10) New York-116 claims worth $6.4 million Here are some simple tips from the American Veterinary Medical Associationthat could help prevent a dog bite:—Don€™t run past a dog. Dogs naturally love to chase and catch things.—Never disturb a dog that is caring for puppies, sleeping or eating.—If a dog approaches to sniff you, stay still. In most cases, the dog will go away when it determines you are not a threat.—If you are threatened by a dog, remain calm. Don€™t scream or yell. If you say anything, speak calmly and firmly. Avoid eye contact. Try to stay still until the dog leaves, or back away slowly until the dog is out of sight. Don€™t turn and run.—If you fall or are knocked to the ground, curl into a ball with your hands over your head and neck. Protect your face.Connect with ABC 22/FOX 45 Reporter Wale Aliyu on Facebook and Twitter.
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WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP -- A couple residing on Yankee Street claims they had been barricaded from their home after refusing to pay for a construction project they did not sign off on. "In June, when it flash flooded in Dayton our creek flooded and it washed our bridge away," said homeowner Emily Clark. The Clarks share the bridge with their neighbors, as a shared driveway entrance. After the flooding, Emily Clark says they agreed with neighbors on a $12,000 bridge replacement, then an $18,000 bridge replacement, that were both approved by the Montgomery County Engineer's Office. The Clarks claim their neighbors backed out of both plans and instead hired an engineer and had a $30,000 replacement bridge built without their consent. "We told them the day the bridge went out we don't have much money, we're a young family," said Emily Clark. Clark says spending $15,000 for half of that bridge would put them in debt and drain their bank accounts. "Their lawyer sent us an email saying they would be barricading us so we can't drive home until we give them $15,000," she said, "So they're holding our house hostage until we pay them their $15,000 ransom." Emily took pictures of the barricades blocking she and her husband from accessing the driveway to their home, that continued after the bridge was built. "We had to park on the grass a lot of the times and then just hike through snow and ice and mud and cold and rain to get home, over an acre," Emily said about the issue. The Clarks claim to have an easement that allows them and their guests equal access to the driveway, bridge included. Legal counsel has become involved to represent each neighbor, and Clark said police have been called to the home on multiple occasions to keep the peace. "Zoning finally sent them a letter saying you can't have all that stuff in your front yard you need to remove your debris," said Clark. "January 16th, we finally had to tow their vehicle and move all the barricades just so we could get to our home," she added. The Clarks say even after all the hassle and controversy, they want to sell their home, but fear foreclosure or bankruptcy before then because of growing legal fees and threats by their neighbors to sue in civil court. When our reporters tried to speak with the Clark's neighbors, they did not answer their door or their home phone, and their attorney said he could not comment on the case. The Clarks say plans submitted to the Montgomery County Engineer's Office to build a separate driveway were denied. The Clarks have a GoFundMe account to help them out of their situation.
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Dayton man claims home is wrongly targeted in drive-by shoot
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Dayton man claims home is wrongly targeted in drive-by shoot

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"One of the bullets broke through my living room window, went through two couches and then lodged in the wall. The other bullet went through an upstairs bedroom," said Greene.
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Is Dayton Really the Birthplace of Aviation?
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Is Dayton Really the Birthplace of Aviation?

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DAYTON -- Dayton is now in a fight for who is first in flight. The Connecticut Senate just passed a bill trying to delete the Wright brothers from history, saying the first powered flight was not from the Wright Brothers, but someone in Connecticut.Have you ever heard of Gustave Whitehead? Some aviation experts believe he started it all by flying over Connecticut on Aug. 14, 1901, two years, four months, and three days before the Wright brothers.I've never even heard of Connecticut being involved in the first flight, said Sarah Butterbaugh. Her reaction is pretty common.This is silly, this type of thing comes up periodically, said Alex Hackman of Carillon Historical Park. One of the biggest arguments against Gustave Whitehead is where is the proof? With the Wright brothers you see years of artifacts, evidence, photos, but with Gustav, where is the proof? Right now all we have to go along with the claim is a couple of blurry pictures. If someone like a Gustav Whitehead had flown in 1901 there should be some evidence other than a single grainy photograph, there should be a step by step process detailing their progression, and you just don't have that, said Hackman.The evidence that they've presented to me has been very thin, and there is volumes and volumes and rooms of evidence showing the Wright Brothers are the first in flight, said Stephen Wright, Wilbur Wright's great Grandnephew.He says the arguments against Dayton being the birthplace of aviation come about every few years, but at the end of the day they hold no weight.To me it's not possible, he said.I can tell you I invented the cell phone, I can get a couple friends to say, yeah, yeah he did it but there's no photographs no artifacts to prove it, said Hackman.So until we see proof otherwise, we'll go with what we know.Connect with ABC 22/FOX 45 Reporter Wale Aliyu on Facebook and Twitter.
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Welcome to Dayton, Ohio, the 3rd best city for college graduates. Part 1
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Welcome to Dayton, Ohio, the 3rd best city for college graduates. Part 1

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Dayton, Ohio got this kind of press http://www.creditdonkey.com/college-grads-2014.html which is nothing but a pack of lies. It claims that Dayton, Ohio is the 3rd best cities for college graduates to live and start their career. Well this East Dayton slum neighborhood proves that is not true and is nothing but lies
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I Love Dayton: The Pine Club
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I Love Dayton: The Pine Club

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2 News at 6:00 p.m.
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Dayton Auto Accident Lawyer Gives Mistakes to Avoid for Your Insurance Settlement
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Dayton Auto Accident Lawyer Gives Mistakes to Avoid for Your Insurance Settlement

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Dayton Car Accident Attorney Anthony Castelli tells you five critical mistakes injury claimants make when dealing with auto accident insurance company claims. Call for a free consultation 937-306-6410 For more information, if you are seeking maximum value as to how much your injury should be compensated, go to http;//daytoncaraccident.attorneys.us. Not every injury claim requires a lawyer. In smaller harm claims a lawyer may not be able to add much value. There is no threat that an experienced lawyer will take a small claim to court. It could easily cost more in litigation expenses than the value of your claim. In my opinion you can deal with your own minor claim. But even on small claims you may have questions. I'm happy to talk with you at no charge even if it is not likely that I will take your case. But in serious injury claims there are numerous factors that can make or break your claim for fair compensation. Representing yourself or hiring the wrong lawyer can be equally dangerous. So do your homework. Find out how experienced your lawyer is. are they posting testimonials, reviews and results on their web site. Do they come across as sincere and as someone you would like to work with in their videos. Do they seek to educate rather than simply promote themselves as someone you should trust. You are invited to call me with your question. Before it's to late and you make a critical mistake that wrecks your claim give me a call. Anthony Castelli Attorney 70 Birch Alley, Suite 240, Building B, Beavercreek, Ohio, 45440 937-306-6410 http://daytoncaraccident.attorneys.us
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Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Rachel Siekman - Marijuana in WC claims
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Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Rachel Siekman - Marijuana in WC claims

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Hochman and Plunkett - Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Rachel Siekman speaks about marijuana in regards to workers' compensation claims in this second video in our series.
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F35A Lightning II at 2017 Dayton Airshow
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F35A Lightning II at 2017 Dayton Airshow

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F35A Lightning II flying with the heritage flight at 2017 Vectron Dayton Airshow. It flew along side a P51D Mustang. The F35 then separated and performed passes. Including a high speed pass. I apologize for the shaky video. The original footage was constantly shaky, I almost thought that my VR in the lens had gone out. I stabilized the footage with youtube's stabilizer, since the original footage at times was almost not usable. I feel the result is very watchable. So here it is, enjoy! Please no "hate" comments, meaning non constructive comments against the f35. Don't just make claims, provide evidence.
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Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Dan O'Brien - Marijuana in WC claims
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Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Dan O'Brien - Marijuana in WC claims

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Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Dan O'Brien speaking on the topic of marijuana in Workers' Compensation Claims.
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Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Donald Scott - Marijuana in WC claims
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Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Donald Scott - Marijuana in WC claims

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Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Donald K. Scott speaks about marijuana in regards to workers' compensation claims in this third video in our series.
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Abandoned Houses in Dayton, Ohio. Video 1
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Abandoned Houses in Dayton, Ohio. Video 1

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Here is a video that I made of some Abandoned houses in Dayton, Ohio in the Southern Dayton View area in the city on a street called Lexington Avenue, there must be 30 to 40 Abandoned houses on this street and the city claims they are tearing down houses faster then they ever have been, but yet this street has been barely touched by the city. Note the video quality on here is not the best, but my purpose of this video is to expose extreme neglect in this neighborhood on this street. So just deal with the quality not being the best
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Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Gary Plunkett - Marijuana in Workers' Compensation Claims
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Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Gary Plunkett - Marijuana in Workers' Compensation Claims

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Dayton Ohio Workers Compensation Attorney Gary Plunkett speaks on the topic of marijuana in regards to workers' compensation claims.
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Crews Work to Treat Dayton Side Streets
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Crews Work to Treat Dayton Side Streets

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DAYTON-- After the latest dose of winter white, Dayton's side streets are being dyed blue. The color is being mixed into they city's beet juice and salt brine mixture to help crews working through the storm track what streets have been covered. Its a visual indicator, said Dayton Street Maintenance Manager Jim Brinegar, For the residents to see that we've been through there, and also an indicator for our crews and our managers to see that they've been through.I just want it to be over, said Dustin Knowlton. He makes a living plowing side streets, but even he says the blue is just a reminder that there's more snow, and more work to be done.At this point I'm tired of it all but I guess it's good so the neighborhood knows the cities are using salt everywhere, he said.I just saw a ton of snow and I flipped out, said Dustin's daughter Kylah Studebaker. She's an elementary student in Centerville, and after a lot of days away from the classroom, she hopes all the work crews are doing for this storm will make a different for neighborhood road conditions Monday morning. We're already out of calamity days, she said, So we're probably going to end up having extra days at school at the end of the year.The City of Dayton claims the blue dye is biodegradable. It also degrades in the sunlight... something Dustin and Kylah are hoping comes sooner than later. I don't want any more winter I'm tired of it, Kylah said. I'm just ready for summer honestly, Dustin added. Dayton says the blue dye will not stain the roads, cars, or clothes. ODOT is asking drivers to keep a safe distance from the 120 plows and salt trucks that are working Sunday into Monday, as they will keep crews out as long as the snow continues to fall.
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Ohio Attorney Reveals What Makes A Strong Personal Injury Claim
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Ohio Attorney Reveals What Makes A Strong Personal Injury Claim

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Ohio Injury Attorney Anthony Castelli answers the question, "What Makes a Strong Personal injury Claim." Many people want to know whether they need an lawyer for their personal inury insurance claim car accident or whether a lawyer will even take your claim. Ohio personal injury lawyer Anthony Castelli in the continuing consumer legal series where he was asked 6 questions by Chicago personal injury lawyer Jonathan Rosenfeld about common themes that come up again and again in personal injury claims and car accident harms and hurts. Although familiar to personal injury lawyers the public is often at a loss to know what to do when they are hurt seriously in a automobile crash. Many fall into the trap of listening to the insurance adjustor as if they were their friend. But it's the seasoned adjustor's job to settle the claim for as little as possible. Why. because insurance companies make profits by taking in premiums and paying out as little as possible. Learn some of the common defenses insurance companies use to delay , deny , and defend and seek to lessen your resolve to get fairly compensated for your injury. Learn what Anthony Castelli Accident and injury lawyer looks for in determining whether your injury claim has enough value that Anthony will take it and do the work to seek the most compensation possible for you. For a Free consultation call Anthony for your Ohio injury claim analysis and representation at 1-800-447-6549 For Dayton car accident victims go to http://daytoncaraccident.attorneys.us For Columbus Ohio car accident victims go to http://columbuscaraccident.attorneys.us For Cincinnati and West Chester Ohio go to http://www.castellilaw.com Anthony Castelli is an Ohio personal injury lawyer practicing accident and injury law in the state of Ohio . With over 32 years of experience and over 25 jury trials he is positioned to help you get the benefits and compensation you deserve.
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OJ: University of Dayton - Mailman
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OJ: University of Dayton - Mailman

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A few minutes with The University of Dayton's most infamous mailman: OJ. He claims to have written (uncredited) songs for Earth Wind & Fire. He claims to be a martial arts expert. He CHUGS Boone's Farm in the middle of the street.
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Dayton Medical Malpractice Lawyer What Is A Medical Malpractice Claim
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Dayton Medical Malpractice Lawyer What Is A Medical Malpractice Claim

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Dayton Personal Injury Lawyer http://www.ChesterLaw.com 800-218-4243 What Is A Medical Malpractice Claim? Presented video by David Chester the founder Chester Law Group Co., LPA. I am David M. Chester, from the Chester Law group, an Dayton, Ohio medical malpractice law firm with 19 offices across Ohio, and today we are here to discuss what a medical malpractice claim is. A medical malpractice claim is a personal injury negligence claim against a doctor, nurse, hospital or other medical personnel. It is a subset of personal injury claims. Experience is needed by the attorney to win these types of cases because they often involve in depth medical knowledge and understanding to win the case. Your lawyer must be able to understand the intricacies of medical treatment and when that treatment falls below the standard of care in the community he or she practices. Your lawyer must prove that the medical personnel hurt you by deviating from the standard of medical care. If you or someone you love has been injured by the carelessness of a hospital, doctor, or nurse, call the Dayton medical malpractice lawyers at Chester Law Group. Our toll free number is 1-800-218-4243. So call today to discuss your medical malpractice claim. The call is free and so is the consultation. You can also go to our interactive video website to watch videos or order one of our free books. Dayton Medical Malpractice Attorney http://www.chesterlaw.com/practice_areas/ohio-medical-malpractice.cfm Learn more at this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrLHdOhpyXU. Visit our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/user/daytoninjurylawyer. Chester Law Group Dayton, Ohio office: http://www.chesterlaw.com/offices/dayton-personal-injury-lawyer.cfm Dayton Medical Malpractice Lawyer Chester Law Group Co., LPA 70 Birch Alley, Suite 240, Building B Beavercreek, OH 45440 800-218-4243 Dayton Medical Malpractice Attorney Contact Chester Law Group at 800-218-4243
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