• 2 shot during South Florida high school football game

    WELLINGTON, Fla. — A high school football stadium was evacuated after gunshots rang out during a practice football game in South Florida on Friday night in what authorities say stemmed from an altercation between students.Palm Beach County Sheriff's officials said two people were injured in the gunfire during the game at Palm Beach Central High School. The victims were not identified.Florida Highway Patrol spokesperson Lt. Alvaro A. Feola said in a statement early Saturday that both adult
  • MTV VMAs working to craft tribute for Aretha Franklin

    NEW YORK— The MTV Video Music Awards plans on honoring the legacy of Aretha Franklin — they're just not sure how they will do it.The VMAs will air live Monday. Show executive producer Jesse Ignjatovic tells The Associated Press on Friday that his team is "working on a lot of different options."Franklin, who was 76, died Thursday at her home in Detroit from pancreatic cancer.Ignjatovic says he's working to find "the right tone and the right artist" to properly pay tribute to the Queen
  • Former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan dies at age 80

    GENEVA — Kofi Annan, one of the world's most celebrated diplomats and a charismatic symbol of the United Nations who rose through its ranks to become the first black African secretary-general, has died. He was 80.His foundation announced his death in Switzerland on Saturday in a tweet, saying he died after a short unspecified illness.It is with immense sadness that the Annan family and the Kofi Annan Foundation announce that Kofi Annan, former Secretary General of the United Nations and No
  • McDonald's salad has sickened 476 people in 15 states

    An outbreak of intestinal illness linked to eating salads from McDonald's is widening.More than a month after health officials first alerted the public, the count of confirmed cases tied to the cyclospora parasite has increased to 476 people, 21 of them hospitalized, and now includes residents from 15 states, the Food and Drug Administration said."The investigation is ongoing and the FDA is currently reviewing distribution and supplier information for romaine and carrots," the agency said in an
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  • Two OVI checkpoints planned tonight in Richland County

    RICHLAND COUNTY -- The Ohio State Highway Patrol will conduct two OVI checkpoints tonight to combat impaired driving.The first OVI checkpoint is in conjunction with the Shelby Police Department from 8:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on State Route 39 near Taylortown Road.The second OVI checkpoint is in conjunction with the Mansfield Police Department from 10:30 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. on Trimble Road near US Route 30.The checkpoints will be held in conjunction to increase patrols and aggressively combat impaire
  • Slain kids were found in oil tank and had been there for several days, court documents say

    FREDERICK, Colo. -- Prosecutors in Colorado are preparing to file formal charges of first-degree murder and evidence tampering against Christopher Watts, who is accused of murdering his pregnant wife and two daughters.In the latest court motions filed Friday, Watts' attorney is asking for DNA samples to be taken from the two girls. What the defense wants to do with the samples is not known. The paperwork also notes that the children were found in an oil tank filled with crude oil and had been th
  • Man discovered living with dead mother after pizza shop's call to police

    SALEM, N.H. — Police in New Hampshire say a call from a pizza shop led them to a man’s home and the discovery of his dead mother.Salem police tell WMUR-TV a pizza deliveryman said the man wouldn’t open his door for the pizza and would only accept it through a window. He also said he noticed blood on the man.The pizza shop owner said the man had been ordering food for months on a regular basis, but in the past week or so, the quantity of food ordered increased, and then the man
  • Woman charged in Washington bridge push caught on video

    VANCOUVER, Wash. — A woman accused of injuring her 16-year-old friend when she pushed the teen off a bridge in Washington state has been charged with reckless endangerment following a shove captured on video that went viral.The KGW television station reported Friday that charging documents filed by the Clark County Prosecuting Attorney’s office say Taylor Smith created “a substantial risk of death or serious physical injury” to the 16-year-old girl.Jordan Holgerson was pu
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  • Postal worker gets big surprise: Snake on the mailbox

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Rain, snow, sleet, even barking dogs are fine, but a Kansas postal worker had to draw the line when he found a red tail boa constrictor draped over a mailbox.The Kansas City Star reports that the letter carrier was delivering mail Friday in Overland Park, a Kansas City suburb. The huge snake was on the mailbox on the front porch.The letter carrier called animal control. It took three officers to wrangle the reptile, which was taken to an animal rescue center.Police sp
  • Ohio State says investigation into Urban Meyer will conclude Sunday; special board meeting planned

    The Ohio State University announced Friday that its investigation into head football coach Urban Meyer would be completed Sunday, as planned.“The investigators will then prepare a report for the working group to be delivered next week,” the university announced on its website.“Following receipt, the working group will share the report with the Board of Trustees in an executive session to be held next week. As required by law, public notice of the meeting will be released at lea
  • First Look: Wolf’s Ridge Brewing’s Event Space The Hickory Room

    Events have found their own dedicated space at Wolf’s Ridge Brewing. The Hickory Room is now open at 215 N. Fourth St. Sharing the building with the dining room and taproom, Wolf’s Ridge now occupies the entire 17,000 square feet of its Downtown address. Wolf’s Ridge Co-Owner Bob Szuter says they’ll have more flexibility in […]
  • Ohio teen who survived school shooting reaches milestone

    At Cedarville University, Logan Cole laughed as he described how he and his roommate played rock, paper, scissors to pick the top bunk bed."I'm very excited.And a little nervous," admitted the 18-year old.He's come a long way. In January of 2017, at West Liberty Salem High School, Logan suffered a shotgun blast to the chest and back.He said he had the strength of faith and the presence of mind to convince the gunman, a fellow student, not to hurt anyone else or himself."The way I've been taught
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  • Acting head coach Ryan Day provides update on Ohio State Buckeyes

    Ohio State football acting head coach Ryan Day posted an update on the Buckeyes' fall camp progress.The team is currently two weeks into their fall camp and just two weeks from their season-opener against Oregon State."You will be proud to know that our players and coaching staff have attacked each day and forged together as a team. Our program starts and ends with our players, and the leaders of this team are incredibly focused and determined to maximize our talents to be the best team possible
  • We Create Columbus Event to Honor City’s Young Professional Leaders

    We Create Columbus, an event by the Create Columbus Commission to honor young leaders and professionals, will take place on Tuesday, August 21, at Vue Columbus, 95 Liberty St. The event will honor individuals who personally, or from leadership positions, are helping create a “smart and open city” and lead Columbus into the future. The Create Columbus […]
  • Gas leak causes road closures in Hilliard

    HILLIARD – Hilliard police and fire are on the scene of a natural gas line that was struck.Crews are working to get the gas shut off, according to police.Authorities say the gas line was struck Friday just before 12 p.m. in the 5600 block of Scioto Darby Road between Leppert Road and Main Street.Officials shared in a tweet that the roadway is currently closed, and residents should stay inside until it is resolved.PD & FD are working a natural gas line struck in the 5600 Blk of Scioto D
  • Gas leak causes lengthy road closures in Hilliard

    HILLIARD – Hilliard police and fire have reopened Scioto Darby Road after a natural gas line was struck, causing a leak. Authorities say the gas line was struck Friday just before 12 p.m. in the 5600 block of Scioto Darby Road between Leppert Road and Main Street. It was reopened a little after 5:45 p.m.​
    Stay with 10TV and 10TV.com on this developing story.
  • Baby boom at Arizona hospital with 16 pregnant nurses

    MESA, Ariz. — A baby boom is brewing at a suburban Arizona hospital where 16 intensive care nurses recently discovered they are all pregnant.The nurses at Banner Desert Medical Center in Mesa outside Phoenix joked Friday they thought there was something in the water when it became clear they were all expecting babies between October and January.Nurse Rochelle Sherman, nearly eight months along, said: "I don't think we realized just how many of us were pregnant until we started a Facebook g
  • Colorado baker: No cake for gender transition celebration

    DENVER — A Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple on religious grounds — a stance partially upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court — has sued the state over its opposition to his refusal to bake a cake celebrating a gender transition, his attorneys said Wednesday.Jack Phillips, owner of the Masterpiece Cakeshop in suburban Denver, claimed that Colorado officials are on a "crusade to crush" him and force him into mediation over the gender transition cake be
  • "Cold day in hell": Arkansas lawmaker irked by Satanists' statue

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — The Satanic Temple temporarily placed a bronze statue of a goat-headed, winged creature called Baphomet at the Arkansas State Capitol during a rally to call for the removal of a Ten Commandments monument already mounted on Capitol grounds.About 150 Satanists, atheists and Christians attended the First Amendment rally Thursday. The Satanic Temple says the Ten Commandments monument violates constitutional freedom of religion rights and that the installation of their 7 &fr
  • Mormon church leader wants people to stop using "Mormon"

    SALT LAKE CITY — The faith has the famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir, recently made a documentary about its members called "Meet the Mormons" and uses "Mormon" in its official website addresses.But on Thursday Mormon church President Russell M. Nelson said he wants people to stop using "Mormon," or "LDS" as substitutes for the full name of the religion: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.Nelson said in a statement that the "Lord has impressed upon my mind the importance of the na
  • New Ticket Fee Would Fund Arts Organizations, Capital Improvements for Nationwide Arena

    In September, the Greater Columbus Arts Council (GCAC) and partners are expected to propose a plan to Columbus City Council to levy a seven percent fee on virtually all event tickets in the city. Dubbed the “user fee,” the additional charge would be applied on admission to events at any for-profit or nonprofit organization in […]
  • FBI: Sheriff was bribed to shelter drug dealer for 15 years

    JACKSON, Miss. — Federal authorities say a Mississippi sheriff gave protection for years to a drug dealer who robbed other dealers and kicked back stolen money and drug profits to the lawman.The illegal partnership began about 15 years ago when Tallahatchie County Sheriff William Brewer — who resigned Tuesday — began helping a then-teenage drug dealer, federal officials allege in a sworn statement.They said the unnamed dealer robbed other dealers of drugs and money, giving stol
  • Teen daughter shoots, kills mother’s abusive boyfriend

    FOREST CITY, N.C. — A North Carolina sheriff’s office says a teenager shot and killed a man who was strangling her mother.The Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office said on its Facebook page 46-year-old Steven Kelley was assaulting a woman Aug. 8 at a home in Forest City where they lived with her three children.Investigators said that during the assault, Kelley threatened to cut the woman’s throat and kill everyone in the house. The sheriff’s office said the woman&rsquo
  • “Hero Mural” Honoring Stev Guyer to be Unveiled at Shadowbox Live

    A mural honoring the life and work of Shadowbox Live’s co-founder, the late Stev Guyer, is set to be revealed Sunday, August 17 at Shadowbox Live. The mural is the first to be created for theater group’s newly created Arts Alley. Guyer passed in March after long battles with brain and thyroid cancer. The “Hero Mural,” […]
  • Franklin County Sheriff's Office is expanding their therapy K9 Unit

    The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is doubling the size of its Therapy K9 Unit, from 2 to 4 dogs.The unit includes:•Mattis (Yellow Labrador Retriever), with partner Deputy Darrah Metz
    •Stark (German Spitz), with partner Deputy Tyler McDowell
    •Kit (Standard Poodle), with partner Sergeant Jason Ratcliff
    •Woody (Labradoodle), with partner Lieutenant Mike D’Errico The K9 unit will serve as a comforter to crime victims, as well as traveling to schools, events, and hospital
  • Know Your Neighborhood: Things to Do in Dublin

    Located northwest of Columbus, the suburban city of Dublin has strong ties to Ireland and traditional Irish events. Named after the birthplace of an Irish settler, the city has quietly hosted one of the best Irish festivals and St. Patrick’s Day parades in the country, in addition to one of the biggest events in golf, […]
  • People plucked from rooftops as Indian floods kill 324

    NEW DELHI (AP) — Rescuers used helicopters and boats on Friday to evacuate thousands of people stranded on their rooftops following unprecedented flooding in the southern Indian state of Kerala that killed more than 320 people in the past nine days, officials said.With heavy rains stopping after a week, rescuers moved quickly to take those marooned by floods to 1,500 state-run camps. They used more than a dozen helicopters and about 400 boats across the state, relief officials said.The sta
  • Restaurant Roundup: News from Condado, OH! Chips and more

    Columbus has so many new restaurants, expansions, menu updates and other changes, sometimes it’s hard to keep up with everything. That’s why our Restaurant Roundup series was designed to keep you informed with the latest and greatest updates. Here’s what’s new in the local dining scene: Condado Condado opened its doors at Polaris on Thursday, […]
  • Frontier Airlines to add service from Ohio to Florida

    CLEVELAND — Frontier Airlines has announced that it is adding nonstop service from John Glenn Columbus International Airport in Ohio to West Palm Beach, Florida.The Columbus Dispatch reports the airline says the twice-weekly flight to Palm Beach International Airport will operate seasonally, starting in November and ending in the spring. Frontier says the route could become permanent if there is enough demand for it.The Denver-based airline ended its Columbus to Las Vegas nonstop services
  • Trump nixes $92M military parade, blames DC for high cost

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Friday he had canceled plans for a Veterans Day military parade, citing the "ridiculously high" price tag — a day after U.S. officials said the November event could cost $92 million, more than three times the price first suggested by the White House.Trump on Twitter accused local Washington, D.C., politicians of price-gouging. But preliminary estimates from the Pentagon showed that roughly $50 million would cover military aircraft, equipm
  • Shop Talk: THREAD Opens New Short North Location

    Local boutique THREAD opened their second location earlier this month. The new shop is located at 930 N. High St., inside The Brunner Building in the historic Short North Arts District. THREAD is just one retailer inside of a mixed-use building that will eventually house a restaurant and apartments. Owner Miranda Boyle opened her first […]
  • Restaurant Review: CMA’s Revamped Schokko

    The Columbus Museum of Art’s Schokko Cafe temporarily closed its doors in January. When it closed those doors, it ended an era of Cameron Mitchell Restaurants as management of the eatery. While there’s still a solid catering relationship, CMA has moved in a new independent direction for the eatery. It’s a good direction. The new […]
  • Home Brewing Operation Goes Full Scale at Parsons North Brewing Co.

    It started with a six-barrel brewing system in a Grandview basement and a testing process executed through biannual, backyard, “drink my beer” parties. Seth Draeger, co-owner of Parsons North Brewing Company, has been home brewing for years, and it’s never been a casual hobby. Before his old high school classmate and now-business partner Nate Klein […]
  • Mother says daughter denied school lunch because she was short by 15 cents

    A Florida student was told she was 15-cents short while attempting to pay for her lunch in the school cafeteria. When she didn't have the rest of her money, her mom says that the cashier threw the food away.Kimberly Aiken's daughter is a sophomore at University High School in Orange City, Florida, and Tuesday was her first day back at school, CBS affiliate WKMG-TV reports. Her mother says it was not exactly a warm welcome."She puts her food on the tray, gets to the front, gives her number to the
  • Shots fired at officers during Phoenix traffic stop

    A police officer and suspect are in critical condition after exchanging gunfire Thursday night in north Phoenix, reports the CBS affiliate here, KPHO-TV. Phoenix Police Sgt. Mercedes Fortune said the officer pulled over a vehicle for a traffic stop and, once he left his cruiser, the suspect inside opened fire, shooting at least twice.Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams said the officer returned fire. She believes the officer was ambushed.Williams said the officer's training kicked in and he was a
  • Officer shot in gun fire exchange during traffic stop in Phoenix

    A police officer and suspect are in critical condition after exchanging gunfire Thursday night in north Phoenix, reports the CBS affiliate here, KPHO-TV. Phoenix Police Sgt. Mercedes Fortune said the officer pulled over a vehicle for a traffic stop and, once he left his cruiser, the suspect inside opened fire, shooting at least twice.Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams said the officer returned fire. She believes the officer was ambushed.Williams said the officer's training kicked in and he was a
  • Osama bin Laden raid leaders ask Pres. Trump to pull his security clearance

    William McRaven wrote an opinion piece for The Washington Post Thursday asking President Trump to revoke his security clearance in solidarity with former CIA director John Brennan, who had his security clearance revoked Wednesday. McRaven, a retired Navy admiral who served as commander of the U.S. Joint Special Operations Command from 2011 to 2014, oversaw the 2011 Navy SEAL raid in Pakistan that killed al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.McRaven called Brennan "one of the finest public servants I h
  • OVI checkpoint planned tonight in Crawford County

    Crawford County-- The Ohio State Highway Patrol will an OVI checkpoint tonight in Crawford County to combat impaired driving.The checkpoint will be on County Road 330 west of U.S. 30 and east of Stetzer Road in Crawford County.The Ohio State Highway Patrol, in conjunction with the Crawford County Sheriff's Office, will conduct the OVI checkpoints between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. tonight.The checkpoints will be held in conjunction with increase patrols and aggressive combat impaired driver-related inju
  • SWAT situation causes residences to evacuate in west Columbus

    Columbus, Ohio – The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office is on the scene of a barricade situation in west Columbus.Deputies were called early Friday morning to a residence in the area of Westport Road and Sherwood Forest Court.An incident in that area led Franklin County Sheriff’s Office SWAT team to respond, according to officials.Authorities have not released who they are looking for.There are some evacuations in the area and some roads are blocked.Stay with 10TV and 10TV.com on
  • Man in custody after SWAT situation in west Columbus

    Columbus, Ohio – The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office says a man is in custody after a barricade SWAT situation in west Columbus.Deputies were called early Friday morning to a residence in the area of Westport Road and Sherwood Forest Court.Authorities have not released the name of the man in custody or any charges at this time.Stay with 10TV and 10TV.com on this developing story.
  • Browns, Bryant meet as sides try to see if there's a future

    CLEVELAND (AP) — Dez Bryant and the Browns are still in the courtship phase. Their future together is uncertain.The three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver and his agent, Kim Maile, met with team officials at the Browns' headquarters in Berea, Ohio, on Thursday. The sides got to know each other better, and they are expected to meet again Friday to discuss a potential contract for Bryant with Cleveland.Released by Dallas in April after eight seasons, Bryant is looking for a new NFL home and Cleve
  • Major construction in downtown Columbus to impact traffic this weekend

    COLUMBUS -The Ohio Department of Transportation says to be alert if your plans include the I-70-71 corridor. There will be major pavement work that will have ramps and lanes closed near the 'split.'Here is how your commute could be impacted:I-71 South is closed this weekend starting at 11 p.m. on Friday, August 17 and lasting until 5:00 a.m., Monday, August 20. Friday, August 17, 20189 PM: I-70 EB reduced to two lanes at Front St.10 PM: Broad St. ramp to I-71 SB closes
    Detour: Broad St. to 3rd S
  • Three central Ohio homes struck by lightning during storms overnight

    COLUMBUS, Ohio - Lightning struck three homes in central Ohio overnight, causing fires.No one was hurt in any of the cases.A lightning strike damaged a home in Dublin on Friday morning.Firefighters arrived on Trafalgar Lane shortly after 2:00 a.m. to find heavy smoke coming from a home.A man who lives there said he heard a loud boom and the whole house shook. The smoke detectors went off and he and another person inside got out of the home. The man tells 10TV he smelled smoke but never saw a fir
  • Fire officials believe lightning strike caused fire at Dublin home

    DUBLIN, Ohio - A lightning strike damaged a home in Dublin on Friday morning. Firefighters arrived on Trafalgar Lane shortly after 2:00 a.m. to find heavy smoke coming from a home. A man who lives there said he heard a loud boom and the whole house shook. The smoke detectors went off and he and another person inside got out of the home. The man tells 10TV he smelled smoke but never saw a fire. A fire captain on the scene says their preliminary investigation shows a lightning strike hit a gas lin
  • 4 central Ohio homes struck by lightning during storms overnight

    COLUMBUS, Ohio - Lightning struck four homes in central Ohio Friday, causing fires.No one was hurt in any of the cases.Plain Township Fire tells 10TV lightning struck the electric box of the home in the 7200 block of Talanth Place in New Albany caught fire.Firefighters were called at 12:30 p.m. and found damage in the interior basement. Investigators say lightning is the cause of the fire.This morning lightning struck another home in Dublin.Firefighters arrived on Trafalgar Lane shortly after 2:
  • Power in Worthington area expected to be restored Friday morning after pole fire

    COLUMBUS, Ohio - Power in part of the Worthington area is not expected to be restored until around 6 a.m. Friday after a pole fire Thursday night.The power went out around 9:40 p.m. and is affecting 315 customers.In a tweet, AEP said crews are on scene making repairs as quickly and safely as they can.For updates on the outage, people can check the AEP outage map by clicking here.Clintonville Outage: Crews are on scene working to make repairs after a pole fire. Power is estimated to be restored a
  • Boy brought to tears by military dad's return at Indians game

    The Cleveland Indians may have lost their game against the Minnesota Twins last Tuesday, but the game was very special for one little boy and his family.Nine-year-old Sasha Lieb was at the game with his mom and 6-year-old brother, Jonah, WEWS reports. Sasha was chosen to participate in a game between innings. The game was modeled after the game show "Deal or No Deal."Sasha was shown three silver briefcases and had to pick one to save, then had to choose one to open. Before he could make his choi
  • Fans remember Aretha Franklin before Beyoncé concert

    Thousands of Beyoncé and Jay-Z fans arrived at Ohio Stadium Thursday night to see what many believe is the Aretha Franklin of their generation."She is the next Aretha Franklin, " said Charmika Williams of Richmond, Virginia."Beyoncé is the only one working hard enough to be that iconic," said Mariah Chappell of Richmond, Virginia.Aretha Franklin Franklin and Beyoncé are separated by 40 years in age.Franklin died at the age of 76 on Thursday.And while both have incredible voc
  • Powell chief wants court to decide if Zach Smith records should be released

    COLUMBUS - Powell Police Chief Gary Vest said he's been getting beat up for three weeks.Despite numerous requests from news organizations, his department has refused to release its full closed investigative file related to a 2015 domestic incident involving the now-fired Ohio State wide receivers coach Zach Smith and his ex-wife, Courtney Smith.Ohio State doesn't have the file either.A six-person investigative panel is now looking into what Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer knew about t
  • Candidates for Ohio governor discuss plans for jobs, economy

    The two candidates vying to be Ohio's next chief executive addressed a Town Hall forum Thursday.Republican Mike DeWine and Democrat Richard Cordray both laid out their plans for Ohio's economic future.DeWine and Cordray and their running mates agree on a couple of things."In 2010 we didn't have enough jobs. In 2018 our state's challenge is to fill all of the jobs that have been created," said DeWine."Over the next decade, Ohio will post 1.6 million job openings. And we're told that nearly two-th

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