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Congress will hear testimony Wednesday detailing how undercover investigators used fake identities to get taxpayer-subsidized health insurance under President Barack Obama's law.Full Story >
Undercover investigators using fake identities were able to secure taxpayer-subsidized health insurance under President Barack Obama's health care law, congressional investigators said Wednesday.Full Story >
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Ukraine is preparing a departure ceremony for the bodies of victims of the Malaysia Airlines disaster, which are being flown to the Netherlands.Full Story >
Two planes carrying 40 coffins bearing victims of the downed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 landed Wednesday in the southern city of Eindhoven, and pro-Russian rebels shot down two fighter jets in Ukraine's restive east...Full Story >
DAYTON, OH (FOX19) -
A Trotwood, Ohio man is being held without bond following a shooting Monday afternoon at the Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center, injuring an employee and prompting a facility-wide lockdown.
Neil Moore, 59, was charged in the U.S. District Court of Dayton with one count of assault with a dangerous weapon and one count of using a deadly weapon during the commission of a crime of violence.
Moore is accused of shooting an employee with a .38 caliber revolver after confronting him in the basement of a building at the medical center.
A federal court affidavit said that during a struggle with employees, the handgun went off multiple times and one shot hit the employee. Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl has said the victim, identified as Paul Burnside, was hit in the ankle and expected to recover.
According to the complaint, Moore fled the scene after the shooting and pointed a handgun at another person he encountered in the elevator.
Biehl also has said Moore went to nearby Good Samaritan Hospital and reportedly asked for psychiatric help. He was located and arrested by police about 30 minutes after the shooting.
Moore appeared before Chief U.S. Magistrate Judge Sharon Ovington Tuesday for an initial court appearance.
A detention hearing is scheduled for May 9 followed by a preliminary hearing on May 20.
If convicted, Moore faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and a possible fine of up to $500,000.
Wednesday, July 23 2014 8:10 AM EDT2014-07-23 12:10:49 GMT
A man walked into the Engine 5 firehouse in Over-the-Rhine Wednesday morning, saying he was shot. He was transported to University of Cincinnati Hospital Medical Center but his identity and conditionFull Story >
A man walked into the Engine 5 firehouse in Over-the-Rhine Wednesday morning, saying he was shot.Full Story >
Monday, July 21 2014 8:22 AM EDT2014-07-21 12:22:54 GMT
State officials issued an ultimatum at East Fork State Park last month, saying swimming in the lake is at your own risk. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources found the lake to have 3,000%Full Story >
State officials issued an ultimatum at East Fork State Park last month, saying swimming in the lake is at your own risk. Full Story >