5 stories to get you caught up from the weekend

Here are 5 stories you may have missed this weekend:

Hamilton to clamp down on chronic nuisance properties: Hamilton officials are moving toward approving chronic nuisance legislation that would allow them to fine owners of properties where police and fire calls are too common, and where criminal activity lowers quality of life for the neighborhood.

ExploreMORE: The list of what can trigger a chronic nuisance property

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VP Mike Pence speaks at Wright-Patt AF Base: On Saturday, Vice President Mike Pence vowed the Trump administration would "rebuild the military" and seek the biggest increases in defense spending since the Reagan era.

ExploreWATCH: VP Mike Pence talks defense spending
ExploreMORE: School shooting victim meets VP Mike Pence during area visit

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Former Cincinnati Bengal speaking in Middletown tonight: Former Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Kevin Walker will be speaking to a group working to encourage better parenting skills by men as part of efforts to combat Butler County's high infant mortality rate.

ExploreHOW TO GO: More details about Kevin Walker’s visit

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'Other options' to be considered for Warren County bridge demolition: Sunday's fourth attempt to bring down the old Jeremiah Morrow Bridge in Warren County may have finally been enough to complete the job.

ExploreMORE: How crews plan to remove last pieces of Warren County bridge
ExploreWATCH: Section of Warren County bridge is imploded

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Dayton Dragons make franchise history: A trio of pitchers combined on the first nine-inning no-hitter in Dayton Dragons history Saturday night at Fifth Third Field. The Class A minor league baseball team of the Cincinnati Reds will play their next home game Friday, May 26, when they start a four-game series against West Michigan.

ExploreMORE: No-hitter latest feat for strong Dragons pitching staff
ExploreWATCH: Three Dragons combine on no-hitter