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A Dayton woman who falsely told Kettering Hospital officials that she may have the Ebola virus has been charged with inducing panic. Luanna N. Burt, 36, was charged with second-degree felony inducing panic after showing up the morning of Oct. 15 at Kettering Medical Center and saying she had been to Africa and had symptoms, Kettering police said.

Montgomery County, the largest local public-sector employer outside of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, paid 5,200 employees during the course of 2013. However, the county's top official is not the highest-paid employee.

The Kettering, Ohio, native was a top-35 recruit. She helped Fairmont High School to the 2013 Ohio Division I state title, scoring 24 points and grabbing 11 rebounds in the championship game.

You can't blame a squirrel this time. It is a snake's fault. A power outage in the Kettering area Monday morning had about 7,800 Dayton Power and Light customers in the dark.

Quintron Systems, Inc. , the recognized leader in advanced interoperable voice systems and physical access control/intrusion detection systems, has announced that its access control system, AccessNsite, has been installed district wide in the Kettering City Schools by Copp Integrated Systems. "This security system brings centralized user administration and control over all perimeter doors, eliminating access by unauthorized people providing a safer environment within the schools," said Bill DeFries, CEO and Owner of Copp Integrated Systems.

The former Ohio governor's mansion at 3500 Governors Trail in Kettering will go to a public auction on Nov. 14. These photos were taken while Danis Properties owned the building, then known as the Trails End Club, betwen 1987 and 2005. The former Ohio governor's mansion at 3500 Governors Trail in Kettering will go to a public auction on Nov. 14, where the minimum bid will be $533,000, which is two-thirds the appraised value of the property.

Kettering emergency responders have been working in overdrive, and getting paid plenty of overtime pay as a result.

Wal-Mart shopper John Crawford III wasn't actively shooting when an alarmed customer called 911 to report that he was waving a rifle at people, including children. But based on the information two dispatchers relayed to responding police officers, they thought they were dealing with an active shooter inside the Beavercreek store when they entered and fatally shot him.

Bigger Road Veterinary Clinic is expanding and relocating its Springboro location to a larger space in the Settlers Walk shopping center. A veterinary clinic in Springboro plans to quadruple in size and invest $1.2 million as it expands its business to keep up with the changing role pets play in local families.

Terri Day, president, Kettering Health Network Terri Day is president of Kettering Health Network.

Cincinnati's Junk King has its eye on Dayton's debris as the junk removal service expands northward of the Interstate 275 loop.