(CNN) - Forget the new suit or printing out your resume, your next job interview could be on Twitter.
Some tech, media and marketing companies are using so-called "Twitterviews" to find potential employees.
Instead of a formal interview, companies Tweet out a question, and you Tweet back an answer -- in 140 characters or less.
USA Today spoke with one employer who said companies can learn a lot about your personality just from your tweets.
Interstate 70 is closed following a crash involving several semi trucks and a car at the 31 mile marker, near the exit for the Dayton International Airport.
The family of Dione Payne, the 16-year-old who died after police say he was attacked by two men, are seeking the death penalty.
Assurant opened its new Dayton site this week but is still looking for workers to fill job openings.
Waiting on one thing in particular could knock Dayton off its record pace for demolitions.
2 NEWS Investigates is getting answers about why a local security guard, accused in a deadly shooting had a gun-- when the state said he should not have been armed.