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  2. 2019 Dayton shooting - Wikipedia

    Motive. Unknown. On August 4, 2019, 24-year-old Connor Betts shot and killed nine people, including his brother, [a] and wounded 17 others near the entrance of the Ned Peppers Bar in the Oregon District of Dayton, Ohio. [3] [5] [6] Betts was fatally shot by responding police officers 32 seconds after the first shots were fired.

  3. Neal Long - Wikipedia

    Neal Long. Neal Bradley Long (September 19, 1927 – June 12, 1998), known as The Shotgun Slayer, was an American serial killer responsible for at least 21 attacks perpetrated against African-American men in Dayton, Ohio, between 1972 and September 1975, as a result of which between four and seven people died and 14 others received injuries of ...

  4. Dayton Daily News - Wikipedia

    0897-0920. OCLC number. 232118157. Website. The Dayton Daily News ( DDN) is a daily newspaper published in Dayton, Ohio. It is owned by Cox Enterprises, Inc., a privately held global conglomerate headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, United States, with approximately 55,000 employees and $21 billion in total revenue.

  5. 1966 Dayton race riot - Wikipedia

    Arrested. Over 100 [note 1] The 1966 Dayton race riot (also known as the Dayton uprising) was a period of civil unrest in Dayton, Ohio, United States. The riot occurred on September 1 and lasted about 24 hours, ending after the Ohio National Guard had been mobilized. It was the largest race riot in Dayton's history and one of several to occur ...

  6. BREAKING: Dayton Funny Bone is coming back - AOL

    Sarah Franks, Dayton Daily News, Ohio. November 3, 2021 at 2:39 PM. Nov. 3—A Dayton center for local, regional and national comedy acts is coming back after a lengthy hiatus that began due to ...

  7. China P. Arnold - Wikipedia

    Victims. Paris Talley. Date. August 30, 2005. Weapon. Microwave. China Arnold (born March 29, 1980) [1] is an American woman who was convicted of murdering her 28-day old daughter, Paris, by heating her in a microwave oven. She was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole .

  8. William Sapp (serial killer) - Wikipedia

    William Kessler Sapp (born William Kessler Lilly; March 22, 1962) is an American serial killer and rapist who committed the murders of three women and girls in Springfield, Ohio, in 1992 and 1993, the attempted murder of another, and a possible fourth murder in Florida. Sapp was detained for the murders only in 1996, after already being ...

  9. Dayton Daily News Building - Wikipedia

    November 30, 1978. The Dayton Daily News Building is a historic structure located at the corner of 4th and Ludlow Streets in Dayton, Ohio. It was designed by architect Albert Pretzinger for Dayton Daily News founder James M. Cox. According to Cox's autobiography, he was turned down for a loan by a local banker who told him “Newspapers have ...