• Columbus Blue Jackets announce new bag policy for Nationwide Arena

    The Columbus Blue Jackets say bag policies are changing for the end of the season, as well as Stanley Cup playoff games, and all special events inside Nationwide Arena. Permitted bags will not have to measure less than 5"x8"x1" beginning with the Jackets game Sunday, April 2nd against the Washington Capitals at 6 p.m.The dimensions are outlined in the picture below
    The team says there will be exceptions for guests with medical and childcare needs. They will allow larger bags in for those purpose
  • Auburn softball player, Florida coach clash after game

    GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida softball coach Tim Walton was involved in an altercation with Auburn shortstop Haley Fagan on Monday night after Walton gave Fagan a slight push during postgame handshakes.The Tigers beat Florida 1-0, and after Fagan gave high fives to the opposing team, she put her hand down before reaching the coaches. Walton then lightly shoved Fagan in the shoulder with his right hand as they passed each other.Fagan quickly turned and pushed Walton back, and the two exchanged wor
  • Outraged mom says TSA treated family "like dogs" during son's pat-down

    A mother is outraged with the Transportation Security Administration after she said officers treated her family “like dogs” at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Jennifer Williamson posted a video to Facebook on Sunday that shows a TSA agent thoroughly patting down her 13-year-old son for about two minutes. She said her family spent about an hour at the checkpoint and missed their flight.The TSA said the procedures performed by the officer in the video met new pat-down stan
  • Grant Medical Center: Officers took appropriate action in altercation, arrest caught on video

    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Officials at the OhioHealth Grant Medical Center have completed their investigation following a confrontation caught on video between security.Grant Medical Center said three security officers acted according to their internal protective services policies and procedures.Grant Medical Center placed all three officers on a "fact finding suspension" after video of the confrontation was posted online.Video of the March 13 incident showed 38-year-old Shelton Adams interacting with t
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  • Columbus SWAT officers called to barricade situation; armed man inside house with child

    Columbus Police say a domestic violence incident led to a barricade situation in southwest Columbus Tuesday morning.Police received a call about the disturbance around 9:30 a.m.An armed man barricaded himself in a home on Columbian Avenue near Sullivant Avenue, according to police. A child, an elderly man and a dog were also reported in the house.SWAT officers were also called to the scene.No other details were immediately available.Stay with 10TV for updates on this developing story.
  • White House on lockdown after suspicious package found on grounds

    The White House went on lockdown Tuesday morning after a suspicious package was found on the north side of the grounds.Secret Service is investigating.No other information was immediately available.Stay with 10TV for updates on this developing story.White House is on lockdown after suspicious package found on north side of grounds; Secret Service is investigating https://t.co/HSWF76p1oC pic.twitter.com/uolAmGnY8e— CBS News (@CBSNews) March 28, 2017
  • Secret Service investigating "suspicious package" near White House grounds

    WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Secret Service said Tuesday morning it was investigating a “suspicious package” near White House grounds and that a suspect is in custody.In a series of tweets about the investigation, the Secret Service said road closures were in effect, a security perimeter was established and members of the media and public were being moved.“Suspicious package investigation continues; suspect in custody!” the agency tweeted.Suspicious package investigation contin
  • Two injured in south Columbus fire

    A house fire on the city’s south side Tuesday morning left two people injured.Columbus firefighters were called to the home on Southard Drive near Parsons Avenue around 10:10 a.m. Tuesday.Two people were transported to area hospitals with injuries. The extent of their injuries wasn’t immediately available.The cause of the fire has not yet been determined.
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  • 2 injured in south Columbus fire; man found dead inside home

    Two people were hospitalized after a fire inside a garage and a man was found dead inside the home.Columbus firefighters were called to the home on Southard Drive near Parsons Avenue around 10:10 a.m. Tuesday.Firefighters say the fire occurred in a garage that was turned into a living space on the property.Two people were transported to area hospitals with injuries. One in critical condition.When notifying the property owner, crews found a man dead inside the home.The cause of the fire has not y
  • World Video Game Hall of Fame names 2017 finalists

    ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The World Video Game Hall of Fame's 2017 finalists span decades and electronic platforms, from the 1981 arcade classic "Donkey Kong" that launched Mario's plumbing career to the 2006 living room hit "Wii Sports," that made gamers out of grandparents.The hall of fame at The Strong museum in Rochester said Tuesday that 12 video games are under consideration for induction in May. They also include: "Final Fantasy VII," ''Halo: Combat Evolved," ''Microsoft Windows Solitaire,"
  • Local Rape Survivor Receives an “Award” for Being Raped

    After Rilla Perkins woke up in Goodale Park, half naked, in shock and confused, she did what most survivors won’t do: reported her rape.
    Two years ago, she’d been on the job at a bar in the Arena District. She thinks she was drugged, explaining her memory loss, but it turns out that just going through that traumatic experience can also have that effect, referred to as Rape Trauma Syndrome.
    The next morning, on June 14, 2015, waking up at the entrance of Goodale Park, Perkins ran to a
  • Police: No active search for suspects in nightclub shooting

    CINCINNATI — As Cincinnati police delved further into their investigation of a nightclub shooting melee that left one person dead and 16 injured, city officials Monday urged more witnesses to come forward and offered reassurances amid questions about safety in public gathering spots.Police Chief Eliot Isaac declined to say whether police have identified possible suspects in the Sunday gun violence inside the Cameo club, a popular hip-hop music spot near the Ohio river east of downtown Cinc
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  • Drake's new album 'More Life' breaks a new streaming record

    Drake, who was the most streamed act on Spotify last year, has started 2017 strong - his new album, "More Life," has broken the U.S. record for the number of online streams from a single album in one week.The rapper's 22-track album recorded 385 million streams across all platforms in its first week, beating the previous record holder - Drake. His 2016 album, "Views," had owned the title with 245 million streams until "More Life" showed up on March 18, according to Nielsen Music."More Life" is D
  • Columbus adds 4th open house for the Short North Parking Pilot program

    Finding parking in the short north is tough on almost any given day-- so the city of Columbus this week hopes to hear whatyou think of a plan to make parking easier.A series of public meetings begins Thursday to talk about the Short North Parking Pilot Program.If you'd like to comment about the program, attend one of the following open houses:March 30, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., Goodale Park Shelterhouse, 120 W. Goodale St.April 4, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., Junior Achievement, 68 E. 2nd Ave.April 11,
  • Single mom told she can't attend father-daughter dance

    A single mom dressed up like a man to take her 6-year-old daughter to the father-daughter dance, but one hour before it started she got a call from the principal saying not to come.Amy Peterson says her daughter, Gracie, doesn't have a fatherly figure in her life.So, she got the idea to take her daughter to the dance herself.But, Peterson says she got a call from the principal saying, "No, I forbid you to come. If you show up, we will turn you away."Henry County School District released this sta
  • Caught on camera: Horse, mule get loose on busy highway

    That mustang in the rearview mirror turned out to be a real horse running down a northern California highway, followed by a mule.Drivers in stopped traffic say they were stunned to see the white horse and brown mule running together, and one motorist in stopped traffic shot the whole thing on his phone.Animal services says the horse, a gelding named Striker, and the mule, named Hank, broke through a fence about a mile away.The four-legged fugitives even adhered to vehicle code and used an on-ram
  • Trump takes aim at Obama's efforts to curb global warming

    WASHINGTON — Moving forward with a campaign pledge to unravel former President Barack Obama's sweeping plan to curb global warming, President Donald Trump will sign an executive order Tuesday that will suspend, rescind or flag for review more than a half-dozen measures in an effort to boost domestic energy production in the form of fossil fuels.As part of the roll-back, Trump will initiate a review of the Clean Power Plan, which restricts greenhouse gas emissions at coal-fired power plants
  • President Trump takes aim at Former President Obama's efforts to curb global warming

    President Donald Trump will sign an executive order Tuesday that will suspend, rescind or flag for review more than a half-dozen measures that were part of former President Barack Obama's sweeping plan to curb global warming.It includes a review of the Clean Power Plan, which restricts greenhouse gas emissions at coal-fired power plants.The president's order will also lift a 14-month-old moratorium on new coal leases on federal lands.The contents of the order were outlined to reporters by a seni
  • President Trump puts anti-global warming projects on chopping block

    WASHINGTON — Moving forward with a campaign pledge to unravel former President Barack Obama's sweeping plan to curb global warming, President Donald Trump will sign an executive order Tuesday that will suspend, rescind or flag for review more than a half-dozen measures in an effort to boost domestic energy production in the form of fossil fuels.As part of the roll-back, Trump will initiate a review of the Clean Power Plan, which restricts greenhouse gas emissions at coal-fired power plants
  • Man denies charges in deadly crash, held for Border Patrol

    A man arrested in an Ohio van crash that killed three members of a family has pleaded not guilty to aggravated vehicular homicide and is being held on an immigration detainer.Court records show Alejandro Ramirez-Jaramillo pleaded not guilty Monday in Municipal Court in Oregon, east of Toledo. It's unclear what his hometown is.The State Highway Patrol says Ramirez-Jaramillo was arrested in the alcohol-related crash Sunday in Jerusalem Township that killed Robin and Barbara Shellhammer, of Oregon.
  • Doppler 10 Forecast: Showers ending, patchy fog & clouds

    This Morning:Showers ending, patchy fog and clouds.
    This Afternoon: Mostly cloudy & cooler, but still mild for March. Low 60s
    Tonight:Mostly cloudy. 41
    Tomorrow:Variable clouds. Near 61Weather Resources: Interactive Radar | Weather Warnings | Closings, DelaysSpecial Information: Low pressure moves east today, bringing showers to an end early. Look for lingering clouds and cooler, but still mild, temperatures this afternoon and tomorrow. Another low pressure system will move toward the region
  • Trump order has Ohioa s undocumented immigrants scrambling

    Bittner has been making a 115-mile round trip drive from Columbus to the Butler County jail in Hamilton, where U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement keeps detainees from central and southern Ohio. "I've been to that jail weekly to see immigrants recently detained by ICE," she said.
  • Columbus City Council votes to ban conversion therapy

    Columbus City Council voted Monday night to ban conversion therapy.LGBTQ activist groups like Stonewall Columbus worked with Kaleidoscope, Equality Ohio and other organizations for months to get the proposed law passed.The Executive Director for Stonewall Columbus, Karla Rothan, says conversion therapy is happening in Columbus and the practice is hurtful. Rothan says council's decision to ban it, is more protection for city youth."I think what it says is that, when you go to school and you ident
  • Police: Person shot during robbery in west Columbus

    One person has been injured in a shooting out of a robbery in west Columbus according to police.The incident happened around 9 p.m. in the 1800 block of Sullivant Avenue.Police said the victim was shot in the leg. They were taken to Mount Carmel West in stable condition.No suspect information has been released at this time.
  • Reynoldsburg police looking for new ways to connect with citizens

    The Reynoldsburg Police Department is encouraging citizens to come armed with information Tuesday night.It's also a way to recruit future members of the force.Reynoldsburg police would like to have a lot more officers like Kyle Williams."He apprehended 25 impaired drivers and was responsible for recovering eight firearms," Police Chief Jim O'Neill said.Williams was named Officer of the Year after making 167 arrests since November of last year.But this positive image of policing is often lost on
  • Two charged with killing three to keep drug operation quiet

    Federal authorities say they have arrested two suspects who beat a man to death and shot and killed two women to prevent them from telling authorities about a West Side drug-trafficking operation. Antwan L. Hutchinson, 25, and Michael J. Favors, 24, were in U.S. District Court in Columbus on Monday to hear the charges against them - that they killed the witnesses to prevent them from communicating with law enforcement.
  • Last Short North Posse member sentenced to prison

    Sanikqua Hester was the first of 14 known victims of the Short North Posse, shot to death on July 12, 2005, protecting a teen from a hail of gunfire. On Monday, Lance A. Green, 36, who pleaded guilty in her slaying, was the last gang member to be sentenced.
  • #BigBinkShowThe Dish: Rick Ross & Gucci Dropping A Movie, ...

    I'm DJn his set so we bout to set Columbus on Y" Y" Y" Y" #DownWithTheKing 12. #rp @LILDonAIR: "I said "hey @djmrking we should dress alike!" He said "that's corny."
  • Cincinnati club gives up liquor permit after fatal shooting

    A Cincinnati nightclub is giving up its liquor license after a shooting over the weekend left one person dead and 17 wounded.A city official said Monday that the Cameo club also will remain closed until police complete the investigation.Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black says the club is voluntarily surrendering the license.Police are continuing to search for suspects in the shooting early Sunday.The city police chief said Monday five people were still hospitalized, two in critical condition an
  • Police: Man attacked disabled person during robbery

    Columbus police said they are looking for a man wanted in connection with aggravated robbery of a disabled person.According to police, the 40-year-old victim was walking and talking on his cell phone in the area of S. Terrace Avenue & Olive Street on March 22 when a suspect attacked him, claimed to have a gun and demanded property.Police said the victim has developmental disabilities.The suspect, identified as 28-year-old Milton Jones III, punched the victim in the eye, bit him on the face,
  • Legislature may allow drinking at Hilliard summer events

    The city of Hilliard will consider the creation of a DORA district, Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area, that it says would allow pedestrians to enjoy Old Town.The district would allow patrons to purchase cocktails from one of four designated businesses including Abner's Casual dining where you can order breakfast all day or belly up to the bar and have a beer while you wait for your burger."You can get liver and onions at 9 in the morning. A lot of third shifters come in and get dinner in the m
  • Legislation may allow drinking at Hilliard summer events

    The city of Hilliard will consider the creation of a DORA district, Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area, that it says would allow pedestrians to enjoy Old Town.The district would allow patrons to purchase cocktails from one of four designated businesses including Abner's Casual dining where you can order breakfast all day or belly up to the bar and have a beer while you wait for your burger."You can get liver and onions at 9 in the morning. A lot of third shifters come in and get dinner in the m
  • Columbus Zoo celebrates Beco the elephant's 8th birthday

    What do you get an elephant for his birthday? Whatever it is, it has to be big.Beco turned 8-years-old Monday at the Columbus Zoo.You can catch Beco every day at the pachyderm building in Asia Quest.
  • The Confluence Cast: Coding Bootcamps

    The disparity between the tech job openings in Columbus and qualified candidates to fill them is vast. To help bridge that gap, coding bootcamps have been popping up around town. Tech Elevator co-founder and CEO Anthony Hughes talks about their program, who may be interested in it, and what makes Columbus a good market for them.
    http://theconfluencecast.com/episodes/32_techelevator.mp3 
    The Confluence Cast is sponsored by Chepri, a full-service web and mobile development company, speci
  • How much Buckeye memorabilia can you fit into one room?

    From the outside, this Columbus residence looks like any Buckeye fan's house. But looks can be deceiving!As we head down the basement you are heading into a Buckeye World that is like no other. This is the Mother of all Buckeye basements.This is the Buckeye pride and joy of Brian Fogle. Fogle started collecting as a kid and this is what it has turned into.Fogle has so much memorabilia he is now forced to hang pictures on the ceiling.“I just ran out of room so my girlfriend won't let it go
  • Several tornado sirens did not sound in Licking County

    The Licking County Emergency Management Agency said it's investigating a handful of tornado sirens that apparently didn't operate properly during Sunday night's severe weather."Right now, we're looking at three different locations," Director Sean Grady said. "Two of them didn't trigger and one that did not complete its cycle."Grady said the normal cycle for a tornado siren is three minutes. He said the three locations are at West Main Street and 6th Street, Knollwood Drive and Simmons Road.Grady
  • A message from Chris Bradley

    As many of you have noticed, I have been absent from the evening weather for the past week.What we thought was simply a cold or flu turned out to be something far more serious.On Friday, doctors here at The James Cancer Hospital diagnosed me with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. I have already begun chemotherapy.Our family is one of deep faith and we know the power of prayer can and will make a difference.I ask for your prayers to heal my cancer and to comfort my family in this difficult time.The outpour
  • Doppler 10 Forecast: Another round of showers and storms

    This Afternoon:A few light showers early with more rain and a few storms after sunset.
    Tonight: Scattered showers and storms, a few could be stronger in southern Ohio.Low 53.Winds: SE 3-6 mph.
    Tomorrow:Showers and storms linger into the early afternoon.Then mostly cloudy and breezy.High 61.Winds: N 8-12 mph
    Wednesday:Partly cloudy and cooler but near average.High 57.Winds: NNE 5-10 mph.Weather Resources: Interactive Radar | Weather Warnings | Closings, DelaysSpecial Information: Expect a few sho
  • Successful Fundraiser held for Youth Yoga Project

    “We are so full of thanks to everyone,” Lauren Greenspan said about the party/fundraiser held over the weekend for the Youth Yoga Project at Balanced Yoga in Clintonville. Julia Handelman, Greenspan’ partner in the project, was also grateful and pleased at the turnout. “We are so happy with the kids here, their parents, and the support of the yoga community,” she says.
    A dream for these two young educators who love yoga and know the benefits of it, the Yoga Youth Pr
  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions: Sanctuary cities must end

    WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is continuing its tough talk against "sanctuary cities," which shelter people living in the country illegally by refusing to help the federal government enforce immigration laws.Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he is "urging states and local jurisdictions to comply with these federal laws."He says the Justice Department will require compliance with immigration laws in order for the cities to receive grants through the Office of Justice Programs. The
  • NFL owners approve Raiders' move from Oakland to Las Vegas

    PHOENIX — NFL owners approved the Oakland Raiders' move to Las Vegas at the league meetings on Monday.The vote was a foregone conclusion after the league and Raiders were not satisfied with Oakland's proposals for a new stadium, and Las Vegas stepped up with $750 million in public money. Bank of America also is giving Raiders owner Mark Davis a $650 million loan, further helping convince the owners to allow the third team relocation in just over a year.The Rams moved from St. Louis to Los
  • Recap of Yoga Events from the Arnold Sports Festival

    “We met so many great people, those at Balanced Yoga, CorePower and Seven Studios were incredible; the Arnold folks were great, and the athletes who came from all over seemed to really enjoy the venue,” says Craig Mayton at the close of yoga events at the recent Arnold Sports Festival. Mayton was one of the organizers for yoga at the Arnold.
    “Columbus and the Arnold were so fantastic,” said Joseph Encina, the President of USA Yoga which has held yoga competitions since 20
  • Fire dept. welcomes 6 babies in 7 months

    By Jennifer Earl / CBS News“There must be something in the water” is a joke firefighters at the Mediapolis Fire Department in Iowa hear all too often. After all, they have welcomed six babies in the past seven months alone.Though the volunteer firefighters have always considered each other family, they said the births of their children this close together wasn’t planned. It just sort of happened.And they’re glad it did.“Not only do we all volunteer together at the f
  • Ohio bans sex with animals

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — It's now illegal in Ohio for people to engage in sexual conduct or related acts with animals; the state didn't have anti-bestiality laws until the change took effect last week.The measure gained enough votes to pass in December when it was incorporated into a bill that bars local jurisdictions from raising the minimum wage or regulating pet stores, The Dayton Daily News (http://bit.ly/2nvuiyb ) reported.Offenders could face up to 90 days in jail and have the animal seized
  • Report: Gov. Kasich to cite $800M business cost in tax fight

    COLUMBUS, Ohio -Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich is preparing to make an $800 million argument for his plan that would allow the state to process and distribute the taxes levied by cities, counties and villages on business profits.An Ohio Department of Taxation estimate released to The Associated Press on Monday suggests that's how much Ohio business taxpayers would save in compliance costs under the governor's proposal.The plan, contained in the budget bill being debated in the Ohio House, call
  • Three companies offered tax incentives that could bring 119 jobs to central Ohio

    Three companies received approval for state tax incentives this morning that could result in 119 new jobs in central Ohio, including an expansion by a company that provides travel nurse staffing opportunities. The Ohio Tax Credit Authority approved tax credits for Medical Staffing Options, which plans to add 50 jobs as part of an expansion in Columbus.
  • United Airlines: Customers 'welcome' to wear leggings

    DENVER — United Airlines says regular-paying flyers are welcome to wear leggings aboard its flights, even though two teenage girls were barred by a gate agent from boarding a flight from Denver to Minneapolis because of their attire.An airline spokesman said that the girls were traveling Sunday under an employee travel pass that includes a dress code. The move sparked a wave of online criticism against United. Comedian Sarah Silverman tweeted that she would change her United flight booking
  • NYC Mayor: 'Fearless Girl' statue can stay through Feb. 2018

    NEW YORK — Mayor Bill de Blasio says the wildly popular statue of a young girl staring down Wall Street's famous "Charging Bull" will be allowed to remain through February 2018.De Blasio says the artwork, called "Fearless Girl," has inspired many people and "fueled powerful conversations about women in leadership." He calls the decision "a fitting path for a girl who refuses to quit."The Daily News says the statue, which stands on Department of Transportation property, will get a longer-te
  • Opinion: Suspicious Deletion of 100,000 Cruiser Video Files by Columbus Police

    The Columbus Police Department has undergone “a significant loss” in dash-camera videos stored from Columbus Police Division traffic stops and call responses, Police Chief Kim Jacobs announced Tuesday. An estimated 100,000 videos recorded in 2017, the entirety of videos recorded in 2015, and an estimated 500 video files from last year were deleted. This incident was the result of an officer’s blundering attempt to reclassify thousands of video files. The deletion occurred on Ma
  • Awards for Artistic Innovation

    Five leading artistic directors and one touring artist were named the newest recipients of The Columbus Performing Arts Prize. This unique award is designed to celebrate and support the exceptional individuals leading performing arts organizations or projects, and their aspirations for creative growth.
    “The Columbus Performing Arts Prize is based on the belief that creativity grows when artists are given the flexibility to take on projects they believe in, supporting ideas which are often

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