DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN/DBJ) - Sequestration will take more than $111 million from Ohio's economy in lost wages during the first six months after it is implemented, according to an article published by WDTN's partners at the Dayton Business Journal . The article states the majority of that will come from workers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
More than 14,200 workers in Ohio would be affected by furloughs. Wright-Patt officials recently said as many as 13,000 of those employees would be from Dayton.
Because of a 30-day notification rule, a furlough at Wright-Patt would not take place until April at the earliest.
Base officials are waiting for more information from the Department of Defense about how the furloughs will be structured.
"Eugene Gall needs to spend every single day of the rest of his natural life in the penitentiary," said Prosecutor Mat Heck.
We're looking into what it takes to become a security guard in Ohio.
The U.S. government ended up losing $10.5 billion on its bailout of General Motors, but still says the alternative would have been much worse.
A 29-year-old Farmersville man is dead after he was attacked Friday at the downtown RTA bus hub.
Huber Heights Police are turning to the public for help identifying two men who they say used a stolen credit card at the Target store in their city.