911 boss out after teen's death
Cincinnati's 911 center is reverting to civilian oversight in the wake of a massive overhaul there following Kyle Plush's death in the back of his van in April.
Capt. James Gramke, who has been overseeing the 911 center since March, personally apologized to Kyle's family and promised to make fixes so a death like his never happens again.
But as those fixes were underway, acting City Manager Patrick Duhaney announced Tuesday that Jayson Dunn, who oversees technology for the city, will...