Vi­o­lent crime down 8 per­cent in city

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The 2010 pre­lim­i­nary FBI snap­shot of crime in Day­ton for the first six months also show prop­erty crimes are up 6 per­cent over the same pe­riod in 2009.

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Hol­i­day ship­ping in high gear as dead­lines near:

The postal ser­vice had its busiest day of the year Mon­day, while UPS is pre­par­ing for its biggest day Thurs­day.

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River­side to use $120,000 grant to clean trailer park:

The city can only use the money for the grant’s in­tended pur­pose de­spite the new park owner’s abil­ity to cover costs to re­move aban­doned mo­bile homes.

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Ohio ex­e­cu­tions high­est in three decades:

The state’s eight ex­e­cu­tions in 2010 ranked sec­ond in the nation be­hind Texas, which had 17.

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Source of cam­paign do­na­tions hard to track:

Groups for both par­ties can use an ac­count­ing sleight of hand to at­tribute max­i­mum cam­paign do­na­tions to a donor even if that donor didn’t make the con­tri­bu­tion.

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Obama seeks GOP votes for arms treaty He is try­ing to win Se­nate rat­i­fi­ca­tion of a new arms treaty ne­go­ti­ated with Rus­sia ear­lier this year that would cap nu­clear weapons and restart weapons in­spec­tions.

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Auto com­pa­nies take on EPA over ethanol lim­its:

Com­pa­nies in­clud­ing Ford and GM op­pose a rul­ing from the En­vi­ron­men­tal Pro­tec­tion Agency that in­creases from 10 per­cent to 15 per­cent the amount of ethanol that can be blended with gaso­line.

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North Korea backs off threats to at­tack South:

It had promised to do so if South Korea con­ducted mil­i­tary drills, but of­fered con­ces­sions on its nu­clear pro­gram in­stead.

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