SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) - About 50 jobs will be lost at the Springfield Air National Guard Base.
Ohio National Guard spokesman told 2 NEWS Wednesday that cuts are part of the 2013 budget signed by President Obama in January. It is not related to sequestration.
Base officials say they are still gathering information on the cuts and its affects. It is unclear right now which jobs are on the chopping block.
The cuts are expected to take place by October.
"I expect the snow to start falling sometime after 9 p.m. Friday night." - 2 NEWS Chief Meteorologist Brian Davis
Police will be meeting with prosecutors in the "near future" to determine what charges a person of interest will face in connection with Tuesday's shooting in West Carrollton, officials there announced.
Firefighters were called to an east Dayton home Friday morning.
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As many as a third of Ohio third-graders scored below a new literacy target on fall reading tests that provide the first view of how many may be at risk of failing a grade this year.