• President Trump vows more sanctions over North Korea's nuclear buildup

    NEW YORK — President Donald Trump says the U.S. will impose additional sanctions on North Korea over the communist country's nuclear weapons buildup.Asked Thursday about new punishment for the North, Trump said: "We will be putting more sanctions on North Korea."President Trump told the U.N. General Assembly this week that the U.S. will have no choice but to "totally destroy" North Korea if the North continues to threaten the U.S. and its allies, including Asian neighbors South Korea and J
  • President Trump targets North Korea in new executive order

    NEW YORK — President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday aiming to tighten an economic noose around North Korea, days after he threatened to "totally destroy" the country if forced to defend the United States or its allies.The new order enables the U.S. to sanction individual companies and institutions that finance trade with North Korea. It adds to U.S.-led international pressure against Kim Jong Un's expanded missile and nuclear testing program that has stoked fears of nuclea
  • Graphic photo shows Alabama transportation crew dragging dog's body on highway

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- The Alabama Department of Transportation says "appropriate action will be taken" after photos were posted to Facebook showing a department truck dragging a dog's body on an interstate. April Bennett was driving on Tuesday with her 5-year-old son on Interstate 20 when she spotted the lifeless body of a dog, which she says appeared to be a German shepherd, being dragged behind the truck. Bennett began taking pictures with her phone. She says when the driver saw her, he pulled o
  • Video shows woman yelling about veteran's service dog in restaurant

    NEW CASTLE COUNTY, Del. (CBS News) -- A Delaware restaurant is speaking out after a profane-laced video shows a woman ranting about a veteran's service dog inside a restaurant.The YouTube video was posted by R.J. Wisowaty, the owner of Kathy's Crab House & Family Restaurant in Delaware, CBS Philadelphia reports.In the video, a woman is seen screaming about the animal inside the business.WARNING: This video contains explicit language some viewers may find offensive. View discretion advised. O
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  • Amazon may unwittingly give tips to would-be bombers

    LONDON -- British police made two more arrests Wednesday in last week's London subway bombing. Five people are now in custody. Thirty people were hurt when the bomb partially exploded.Now, Amazon is reviewing procedures after it was revealed its website may unwittingly give tips to would-be bombers.The main explosive in the London subway bomb didn't go off. Building a functioning bomb is complicated.But an investigation has revealed that getting ingredients needed to make a simple bomb has becom
  • ATM at 50: An oddity then, but it changed consumer behavior

    NEW YORK — An automated teller machine. The cash machine. In Britain, a cashpoint. ATMs, known for spitting out $20 bills (and imposing fees if you pick the wrong one), turn 50 years old this year. They're ubiquitous — and possibly still a necessity, despite the big changes in how people pay for things.It was a radical move when Barclays installed cash machines in a London suburb in 1967. The utilitarian machine gave fixed amounts of money, using special vouchers — the magnetic
  • Report: After Equifax breach, company sent victims to wrong site for weeks

    Nearly two weeks after Equifax revealed that data from 143 million people had been compromised, it turns out the company has been sending people to the wrong site to check if their data was compromised, The Verge reports.After the breach was revealed on Sept. 7, the company -- one of the nation's three biggest credit bureaus -- set up the website equifaxsecurity2017.com for customers to check if they had been affected.But several tweets dating as far back as Sept. 9n show that the company's cust
  • Ohio increases fine to $2.3M against pipeline developer

    TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - Ohio's environmental agency has more than doubled the fines against a company building a natural gas pipeline from West Virginia to Michigan.The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency says the fines against Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners stemming from water and air pollution violations are now at $2.3 million.The head of the state EPA said Wednesday that the company is balking at paying and he now wants the state's attorney general to get involved.A message seeking comme
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  • Security robots used to help fight crime

    Security guards at stores, events and airports are starting to look a little different.Crime-fighting robots are being used to work alongside humans.They can detect weapons and radiation.The security bots use the same technology used at TSA security checkpoints to determine the size and shape of weapons.Creators are also working on audio detection to help security locate the scene of a crime.“The opposite of voice recognition, can you tell me all the little intricacies of the environment,
  • VIDEO: The Northern Lights from space

    The International Space Station gave a unique view of the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights.The ISS saw the light show hovering over Canada.The Northern Lights are caused when electrically-charged particles released from the sun collide with gases in Earth’s atmosphere.
  • The Northern Lights from space

    The International Space Station gave a unique view of the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights.The ISS saw the light show hovering over Canada.The Northern Lights are caused when electrically-charged particles released from the sun collide with gases in Earth’s atmosphere.
  • NASA shares a unique view of the Northern Lights

    Crew members on the International Space Station shared a unique view of the Aurora Borealis, or the "Northern Lights."The ISS saw the light show hovering over Canada on Sept. 15.The Northern Lights are caused when electrically-charged particles released from the sun collide with gases in Earth’s atmosphere.
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  • Auditor opposed mayor's office plan to raise Columbus' debt cap

    Mayor Andrew J. Ginther's administration considered a plan this summer that would have allowed Columbus to exceed state-mandated caps on borrowing, but the plan was shelved when Auditor Hugh J. Dorrian opposed it. Some inside City Hall think the plan will re-emerge next year after Dorrian, an influential officeholder who has spent decades overseeing city revenue, retires from office.
  • Doppler 10: Hot and humid Thursday

    Today: Patchy fog again early. Then mostly sunny, hot and humid. High 88. SE wind around 5 mph.
    Tonight: Mostly clear and above average. Low 67. E wind 0-5 mph.
    Tomorrow: First day of fall, but sunny and summer-like. High 87. E wind 0-5 mph.
    Saturday: Sunny and hot. High 88.Weather Resources: Interactive Radar | Weather Warnings | Live RadarSpecial Information:Starting off with some patchy dense fog again this morning. That should burn off shortly after sunrise and we will be left with mostly su
  • Doppler 10: Hot & humid Thursday

    Today: Mostly sunny, hot and humid. High 88. SE wind around 5 mph.
    Tonight: Mostly clear and above average. Low 67. E wind 0-5 mph.
    Tomorrow: First day of fall, but sunny and summer-like. High 87. E wind 0-5 mph.
    Saturday: Sunny and hot. High 88.Weather Resources: Interactive Radar | Weather Warnings | Live RadarSpecial Information: Mostly sunny, hot and humid conditions for today. Highs will climb into the mid to upper 80s. A stagnant weather pattern will set up over the next several days, with
  • Shots fired and pedestrian struck leaves 1 man dead in west Columbus

    One person is dead after a fight leads to shots fired and a man struck by a vehicle in west Columbus early Thursday morning.It happened around 12:45 a.m. on S. Warren Avenue near Sullivant Avenue.Columbus Police say the victim was involved in an altercation in the area when shots were fired.A man running from the gunfire was struck by a vehicle and was pronounced dead at the scene, according to police.Authorities say the victim is a man in his 40's; it is unclear if he was shot or if he died as
  • Man dead after being hit by car during west Columbus fight

    COLUMBUS -- One person is dead after a man was hit by a car and possibly shot during a fight in west Columbus early Thursday morning.Police found 48-year-old Frederick Massie with serious injuries around 12:45 a.m. on S. Warren Avenue near Sullivant Avenue.He died minutes later. Police said they were investigating if Massie was shot and killed or if Massie died as a result of being hit by the vehicle.Homicide detectives were talking with witnesses at the scene. Police had not named any suspects
  • 1 person killed in west Columbus shooting

    One person is dead after a shooting in west Columbus early Thursday morning.It happened around 12:45 a.m. on S. Warren Avenue near Sullivant Avenue.Columbus Police believe the shooting was the result of a fight.So far, a suspect has not been arrested.
  • Suspects in $25 million cocaine seizure near Galapagos Islands to be prosecuted in Columbus

    Three Ecuadorian nationals and one Mexican national are expected to arrive in Columbus today to face federal charges in the Southern District of Ohio after they were caught near the Galapagos Islands with more than 1,584 pounds of cocaine valued at $25 million. The islands are 2,870 miles away from the city, which may leave some wondering why the local federal office is prosecuting a case that originated barely north of the equator.
  • Apple says its new watch has cellular connectivity problems

    NEW YORK— Apple confirmed that its new Series 3 Apple Watch can encounter problems connecting to a cellular network. The problems arise when the watch joins unauthenticated Wi-Fi networks without connectivity.This can happen when the watch tries to join a Wi-Fi network the user has previously logged in to using another Apple device, like an iPhone or a computer. The company says it is investigating a fix for the problem.To work around it, users can get their phone to "forget" the network.T
  • FDA warns on mixing opioid addiction treatments, other meds

    TRENTON, N.J. — The Food and Drug Administration issued new warnings Wednesday about the dangers of combining medication for opioid addiction with anti-anxiety medicines and other drugs that also slow breathing and brain activity.The FDA warned that mixing such drugs can cause difficulty breathing, coma or death, so it should be done with caution.The agency said a growing number of people fighting opioid addiction with methadone or buprenorphine also take other prescription drugs that slow
  • Young girl hospitalized by 105 mph foul at Yankee Stadium

    NEW YORK — A young girl at Yankee Stadium was injured by a 105 mph foul ball off the bat of Todd Frazier during Wednesday's game against Minnesota, leading some players to call for protective netting to be extended.The Yankees said the girl was taken to a hospital for treatment, and New York manager Joe Girardi said he had been told by team security that she was OK. The game was delayed for about 4 minutes while she was attended to and then carried from the seats in the bottom of the fifth
  • Police searching for 11-year-old girl in northeast Columbus

    COLUMBUS, Ohio -The Columbus Division of Police is asking for the public's help in finding an 11-year-old girl.Police said Emily Jeans was last seen in the area of Morse Road and Dunbridge Street and may now be in the area of Easton Town CenterShe is described as having blonde hair, blue eyes and is 5'1" tall weighing 92 pounds.She was last seen wearing a yellow Minion t-shirt and blue jeans.Police told 10TV they do not believe foul play is involved.If anyone has any information on where Emily H
  • Missing 11-year-old Columbus girl found safe

    BREAKING UPDATE -- 12:45p.m. Columbus Police say that missing 11-year-old Emily Jeans has been located and is safe.She was reportedly found walking in Innis Park. Stay with 10TV for updates on this developing story.---Original storyThe Columbus Division of Police is asking for the public's help in finding an 11-year-old girl.Police said Emily Jeans was last seen in the area of Morse Road and Dunbridge Street and may be in the area of Easton Town Center.Police said Jeans' family told them she had
  • Noah Spielman posts bond, leaves jail at midnight Wednesday

    WHEATON, Illinois (WBBM) -- The son of former Ohio State and NFL star Chris Spielman bonded out of the Wheaton Police Department as the clock struck midnight Wednesday. “My client doesn't want to miss school,” defense attorney Marc Sutter told WBBM of Noah Spielman. It was a strategic move by the student-athlete's attorney.“He's certainly shall I say frustrated, disappointed,” Sutter said. Spielman and four of his Wheaton College teammates are facing multiple felony char
  • Ohio bill would reduce penalty on concealed-carry gun notice

    COLUMBUS — Ohio lawmakers are looking at cutting the penalties for concealed-carry permit holders who don't tell police that they have a weapon when they're detained by authorities.A House committee approved softening the penalties Tuesday, reducing them from a misdemeanor that carries up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine to only a $25 fine.The current penalties also could lead to violators losing their concealed-carry license.Gun rights groups were hoping lawmakers do away with the
  • Witnesses yell 'he can't hear you' as cop shoots deaf man

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City police officers who opened fire on a man in front of his home as he approached them holding a metal pipe didn't hear witnesses yelling that he was deaf, a department official said Wednesday.Magdiel Sanchez, 35, wasn't obeying the officers' commands before one shot him with a gun and the other with a Taser on Tuesday night, police Capt. Bo Mathews said at a news conference. He said witnesses were yelling "he can't hear you" before the officers fired, but they d
  • Man's path from Eagle Scout to alleged killer baffles family

    An Eagle Scout at age 18, Kenneth Gleason graduated with honors from one of Baton Rouge's most elite high schools and enrolled at Louisiana State University.Five years later, the 23-year-old white man was jailed on charges he gunned down two black men and shot up a black family's home last week in a string of attacks that police say may have been racially motivated.Gleason's arrest shocked and baffled relatives. Kerrie Highley, a maternal aunt who lives in Galveston, Texas, said she never heard
  • FBS sees huge spike in targeting penalty enforcement so far

    College football's Bowl Subdivision has seen a 73 percent increase in the number of targeting penalties enforced through the first three weeks of the season compared with the same point in 2016.National coordinator of officials Rogers Redding said Wednesday that 55 targeting penalties have been enforced in 214 games (0.26 per game). Last year at this time, 35 targeting penalties had been enforced in 230 games (0.15).Targeting is called if a player uses the crown of his helmet to strike an oppone
  • Polygamous sect leader pleads guilty to escape, fraud

    SALT LAKE CITY — A high-ranking polygamous sect leader recaptured after a year on the run pleaded guilty Wednesday in a food-stamp fraud and escape case, ending a wide-ranging investigation seen as a crackdown on the secretive group.Lyle Jeffs is facing three to five years in prison after pleading guilty to two felony counts in an agreement that also called for him to pay $1 million in restitution.U.S. Attorney for Utah John Huber said it was a fair end to a hard-fought court battle. "We'r
  • Columbus last in exports among big Midwest cities

    New government data shows just how far central Ohio needs to go when it comes to exports compared with other big Midwest cities. The region ranks last among a group of 10 Midwest cities in terms of the dollar value of exports for the first six months of the year, according to the Census Bureau.
  • Mother of Heather Campbell: 'Never thought we'd get that call'

    STRONGSVILLE -- Laurie Campbell clung to her family as she held back tears Wednesday."Never in our wildest dreams would we think that we would ever get that phone call," Campbell said.Campbell's only daughter, 22-year old Heather, was believed to be murdered over the weekend in her north Columbus apartment."She taught us all to be kind and love each other," Laurie said. "Just unconditional love."Columbus Police say Heather may have been killed by her boyfriend, Kyle Lafferty, in an apparent murd
  • Nora the Polar Bear is moving on once again, this time to Utah

    Nora, the beloved Polar Bear is on the move once again.After being taken in at the Oregon Zoo in Portland when she was nearly a year old, she has moved in to the Hogle Zoo in Utah.Nora was only the sixth hand-reared polar bear in North America to survive.She was born Nov. 5, 2015 at the Columbus Zoo and left for Oregon just after Labor Day, 2016.Nora is moving to live with another polar bear named Hope.According to the Oregon Zoo’s facebook page: “Nora has arrived safe and sound at U
  • Driver in Cincinnati kills 3 in crash while trying to elude police

    CINCINNATI -- Police in Ohio say a driver fleeing a traffic stop crashed his vehicle into a tree, killing all three occupants.Authorities say the crash occurred early Wednesday in Cincinnati after an attempted traffic stop. Springfield Township police say the driver made a lanes violation and a registration check showed multiple driving suspensions linked to the car's license plate. The driver fled at a "high rate of speed," and officers reported losing sight of the vehicle.Cincinnati police say
  • Prosecutor: Mom of child who died in hot car not charged

    LEBANON — A prosecutor in southwest Ohio says the mother of a 15-month-old girl who died after she was left inside a car by her mother as the woman worked in a nearby office will not be charged in the death.Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell said Wednesday that Sofia Aveiro's mother made a "horrible mistake." But he said there's no evidence she acted with the "heedless indifference" required by law for charges.Procter & Gamble employee Karen Osorio-Martinez found her daughter mot
  • Study: Most states would take a hit from GOP health bill

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Most states would take a stiff budgetary hit if the latest Senate GOP health care bill becomes law, according to an outside analysis released Wednesday. That would likely result in more uninsured Americans.The study by the consulting firm Avalere Health found that the Graham-Cassidy bill would lead to an overall $215 billion cut to states in federal funding for health insurance, through 2026. Reductions would grow over time."A reduction in federal subsidies for health ins
  • Trump's trashing of Iran deal poses problems for NK strategy

    President Donald Trump's threat before the world to obliterate North Korea left no doubt about his determination to stop the communist country's nuclear weapons buildup. His disparagement of the Iran nuclear deal in the same speech offered Pyongyang little hope of a negotiated solution.In his maiden address at the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday, Trump spelled out in blunt and personal terms the reasons why Kim Jong Un and his government should be treated as pariahs. It was a surprisingly bruta
  • Cleveland asks FBI for help in solving city homicides

    CLEVELAND — Cleveland has asked the FBI for help in reducing the number of unsolved homicides.Police Chief Calvin Williams on Tuesday announced the formation of a homicide review task force that will include FBI agents and Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH'-guh) County sheriff's deputies.Mayor Frank Jackson last month called the city's homicide clearance rate of around 50 percent "unacceptable." There have been 85 homicides in Cleveland this year.Details about how the task force will operate haven't bee
  • Payday: Browns' Crowell wants ball more, contract extension

    BEREA — Isaiah Crowell wants a long-term contract extension from the Cleveland Browns. Until that happens, the running back would settle for the ball.Crowell believes the Browns should be using him more and hopes coach Hue Jackson will begin to make him a more prominent part of the game plan. Crowell has 27 carries for 70 yards through two games.Crowell isn't upset with Jackson's play calling, "but sometimes I question it."The 24-year-old signed a one-year contract tender worth $2.7 millio
  • SUV with 3 kids inside reported stolen from gas station in northeast Columbus

    Columbus Police say an SUV stolen from a gas station in northeast Columbus Wednesday has three children inside.A woman reported her 2007 blue Chevy Suburban, license plate: GZX5493, was stolen from the Marathon gas station located at 1800 E. Hudson St. She told police her three children, ages 2, 4 and 6, were inside at the time.According to Police, the woman's ex-boyfriend took off with the SUV and the children. Columbus police said on its Facebook page the children could be in danger.Columbus P
  • Man arrested after stealing car, abducting children according to Columbus Police

    COLUMBUS -- A 31-year-old man was arrested after a prolonged search for a suspected stolen vehicle which contained three children. An AMBER Alert was issued for the children by Columbus Police.Dustin Ray was arrested by Columbus SWAT officers on Myrtle Avenue at 4:48 p.m. and the children, ages 2, 4 and 6, were found safe.*ARREST 4:48PM- 31yo Dustin Ray taken into custody on Myrtle Avenue by SWAT officers. The 3 children are safe. Great work by officers! #CPD https://t.co/63CXa4IJvU— Colum
  • Columbus SWAT arrests Amber Alert suspect; kids in stolen SUV found safe

    COLUMBUS -- A 31-year-old man was arrested after a prolonged search for a suspected stolen vehicle which contained three children. An AMBER Alert was issued for the children by Columbus Police.Dustin Ray was arrested by Columbus SWAT officers on Myrtle Avenue at 4:48 p.m. and the children, ages 2, 4 and 6, were found safe.*ARREST 4:48PM- 31yo Dustin Ray taken into custody on Myrtle Avenue by SWAT officers. The 3 children are safe. Great work by officers! #CPD https://t.co/63CXa4IJvU— Colum
  • Government seeks prison time for Weiner in sexting case

    NEW YORK — Former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner deserves about two years in prison for engaging in sexting with a 15-year-old girl despite his claims that he has been reformed, prosecutors said Wednesday.A Manhattan judge is scheduled to sentence the New York Democrat on Monday for transferring obscene material to a minor. The government urged the judge to put Weiner's claims of a therapeutic awakening in a context of a man who made similar claims after embarrassing, widely publicized interacti
  • GOP senator defends health bill against Kimmel's attacks

    WASHINGTON — Sen. Bill Cassidy defended his health care bill Wednesday after late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel accused the Louisiana Republican of lying to him about it, heightening the tension around the last-ditch GOP effort to make good on years of promises to repeal "Obamacare.""I am sorry he does not understand," Cassidy said on CNN, arguing that his bill would in fact protect people with pre-existing conditions, a claim that Kimmel as well as leading health advocacy groups dispute. "I
  • 911 Call: Dog killed infant at Knox County home

    MOUNT VERNON -- The Knox County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of an infant killed by a dog in the 16000 block of Wooster Road early Wednesday morning.According to a press release sent by the Knox County Sheriff's Office, it is investigating the death of a one-month-old infant along with the Knox County Coroner, and BCI. The Knox County Dog Warden's Office removed two dogs from the home.The home is northeast of Mount Vernon, between Fredericktown and Danville.According to 911 calls, only
  • Youngstown man arrested in Columbus teen's murder last month

    Columbus police say a 20-year-old Youngstown man is in custody facing charges in connection to the death of a Columbus teen last month. Shaiquon M. Sharpe, who has been arrested a total of six times this year locally, now has a charge of homicide after Ricky Darthard was found on the back lot of an abandoned home in South Linden on Aug. 19. Darthard was shot and his body sat there for hours before it was discovered in the 900 block of East 15th Avenue.
  • Police say Blacklick Woods bike path assaults linked, racially motivated

    REYNOLDSBURG -- Reynoldsburg Police have linked a string of bike path attacks to the same suspect.The incidents happened over the past six weeks at Blacklick Woods Metro Park. In one of them, police say 24-year-old Dominique Thomas spit on a woman and her baby.Leslie, who asked us not to use her last name, said she runs the path through Blacklick Woods a few times a week."Every time I'm on the bike path I make eye contact with anybody who's there. I say, 'Good morning,' you know, just to be frie
  • Police arrest man suspected in 3 attacks reported at Blacklick Woods Metro Park

    A man suspected in three separate attacks at Blacklick Woods Metro Park was taken into custody by Reynoldsburg Police Wednesday.The first incident at the park, located just south of East Livingston Avenue in Reynoldsburg, took place on Aug. 3.Police say all incidents occurred off the bike trail in the park.The victims gave a similar description of a male suspect who they say was screaming profanity at them. In one incident, the man reportedly spit on a woman and her child.The most recent attack
  • Judge: Inmate drug reaction wasn't enough to stop execution

    COLUMBUS — Descriptions of the repeated rising and falling of an inmate's stomach weren't enough to stop his execution under current legal precedent governing lethal injection in Ohio, a federal judge said in explaining his decision not to intervene.It was also likely too late to act by the time attorneys for inmate Gary Otte reached him by phone during the execution on Sept. 13, Judge Michael Merz said in a ruling on Saturday.The description of Otte's reaction to the first execution drug
  • Boxer LaMotta, immortalized in 'Raging Bull,' dies at 95

    MIAMI — Jake LaMotta, the former middleweight champion whose life in and out of the ring was depicted in the film "Raging Bull," for which Robert DeNiro won an Academy Award, has died, his fiancee said Wednesday. He was 95.LaMotta died Tuesday at a Miami-area hospital from complications of pneumonia, according to fiancee Denise Baker. Jake LaMotta 2015, file photo (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara, File)Media Folder: Media Root
    The Bronx Bull, as he was known in his fighting days, compiled an 8

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