Xenia, Ohio (WDTN) - Today is the first day of classes for Xenia elementary students following winter break and they get to be the first kids to break in their new classrooms.
The shiny new schools are Arrowood Elementary on Pawnee Drive; Cox Elementary on Dayton Ave.; McKinley Elementary on Colorado Drive; Shawnee Elementary on Ankeney Mill Road and Tecumseh Elementary on Old Springfield Pike.
Spring Hill and Cox elementary schools are set to be torn down in mid-January.
The old Simon Kenton building was given to the City of Xenia, and the McKinley building will be converted into the new Central Office for the School Board.
Each new building costs approximately $12 million dollars.
The city of West Carrollton has a new fire chief.
An accident slowed traffic near the I-75/US 35 interchange in downtown Dayton.
A Dayton man was arrested Tuesday after his neighbor, community activist David Esrati said the man threatened to kill him.
The Dayton Police Department is filing theft and fraud charges against a California man over the sale of a car.
Neighbors reported heavy smoke coming from the home in the 300 block of Lawncrest Avenue in Drexel around 11 a.m.