TIPP CITY, Ohio (WDTN) - Miami County animal control officials seized 84 dogs, from a Tipp City home, on Friday.
Officials seized the dogs from a home on U.S. 40, after the owner was unable to take care of the animals.
The woman who owned the dogs had been hospitalized and had friends caring for the canines, who officials say are in good health and at a healthy weight.
The dogs are currently being housed at the Miami County animal shelter and at the Miami County Fairgrounds.
The dogs will be up for adoption from Miami County animal resource center. If you want to help, they are currently asking for bedding donations and dog food. To contact the shelter, call (937) 332-6919.
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.
Multiple ambulance crews have been called to the scene of an accident involving a school bus in Beavercreek.
The shops rely on holiday sales to keep doors open, but instead snow and ice shut many of them down for several days.
Ohio Department of Transportation officials told 2 NEWS that even though they had advance warning on Friday, there was little they could do to stay ahead of the snow and ice.
“A blast of frigid Arctic air will deliver snow overnight and make your morning commute slick,” Storm Team 2 Meteorologist Brian Davis says.