Yellow Springs Police Sergeant Naomi Penrod was found not guilty last week on all three misdemeanor charges after a videotaped incident. "We all wish it had not happened, and what we're doing now is moving forward," Chief of Police David Hale of the Yellow Springs Police Department said.


Miami County Sheriff's Office detectives arrested for what they say is the two men's involvement in a break-in earlier this week. 26-year-old John Hicks from Medway, and 24-year-old Kyle Valencia from New Carlisle were arrested by detectives from the Miami County Sheriff's Office with help from Clark County Sheriff Detectives.


A dream for many combing through the beach is to find a little piece of buried treasure. For the Clark County Sheriff's Office, that treasure came in the form of something they never expected.


As Clark County has seen its base of food-related manufacturers expand, Clark State Community College is taking steps to make it easier for those companies to grow.


SPRINGFIELD TWP., Ohio - A Clark County woman is charged with telecommunications fraud for allegedly stealing from a funeral fund. Investigators with the Clark County Sheriff's Office say Tina Harper, 24, created a fundraising page through the website YouCaring.com to support the family of 13-year-old Tyree King.


A Waverly woman was arraigned in Madison County Common Pleas Court Thursday for failing to appear in court to face theft and forgery charges. Alisha Federici, 25, is accused of forging cooperate checks from KFC in London in December.


The Clark County Coroner has determined the driver who crashed into a semi going the wrong way on 1-70 in April committed suicide. The fiery crash closed the roadway for hours on April 14th.


Authorities say a shoplifting suspect has been hospitalized after he jumped from a western Ohio overpass while trying to shirk police.


One year after Speedway LLC spent $2.8 billion to buy Hess Retail Holding 's gas stations, the Dayton-area service station company has hired more than 100 new workers, refurbished a little-used building at a business park, and gained a vital footprint along one of the most populated areas of the United States. The deal also solidified Speedway's presence in Clark County and reflects an emerging trend as technology allows convenience store chains to expand across larger geographic areas, local officials and analysts said.