• Teenager hurt after shots fired into home in east Columbus

    COLUMBUS, Ohio - Columbus Police are investigating a shooting that left a 15-year-old boy with injuries.Officers were dispatched to the 15-hundred block of Simpson Drive on Monday evening. They found a male juvenile with a gunshot wound.The teen told officers he was inside a home when someone fired multiple shots. One of the bullets hit the 15-year-old boy in the arm.He was transported to a hospital for treatment.This incident is still under investigation. Anyone with information on this shootin
  • Police: 2 injured after shootout at Holton Park in Hilltop

    COLUMBUS, Ohio - Two people walked into local hospitals after a shootout at Holton Park in the Hilltop area of Columbus, according to police.Emergency dispatchers said they started receiving calls about the shots being fired around 8:40 p.m.One person walked into the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center and one walked into Mount Carmel West to be treated for injuries from the shooting.Police described their conditions as stable.
  • 1 in critical condition after being hit by vehicle in northwest Columbus

    COLUMBUS, Ohio - The westbound lanes of West Henderson Road near Reed Road in northwest Columbus have reopened after a person was hit by a vehicle, according to Columbus police.Police said a pedestrian was hit shortly before 9 p.m. MondayThe victim was taken to a local hospital in critical condition.Police said the driver stayed at the scene.
  • Father thankful for those who tried to help his family after they were struck by vehicle

    Mark Ashbrook is grateful.His 4-year-old daughter Elizabeth, his only remaining family member, is home.Even with a hole in her liver, broken leg and fractured neck, she manages to smile, which helps Mark through this unthinkable time.“It saved my life, not just hers. The people that rescued and tried to help my daughter and helped Tiffany,” Ashbrook said.Tiffany Bronson, who was 6 months pregnant with the couple’s third child, was walking across Roberts Road with her two daught
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  • Man in critical condition after stabbing in east Columbus

    COLUMBUS, Ohio - One person is in critical condition after being stabbed near the intersection of East Livingston Avenue and Beechwood Road in east Columbus, police said.Police were called to the intersection at around 8:15 Monday evening.The person who was stabbed was taken to Grant Medical Center.No suspect information was made available.Stay with 10TV as we follow this developing story.
  • 1 in critical condition after stabbing in east Columbus

    COLUMBUS, Ohio - One person is in critical condition after being stabbed near the intersection of East Livingston Avenue and Beechwood Road in east Columbus, police said.Police were called to the intersection at around 8:15 Monday evening.The person who was stabbed was taken to Grant Medical Center.No suspect information was made available.Stay with 10TV as we follow this developing story.
  • Smoking to be prohibited in all Delaware city parks

    DELAWARE, Ohio - The city council in Delaware, Ohio voted Monday night in favor of prohibiting smoking in city parks.The vote is for a complete ban of smoking, including electronic cigarettes.The vote was 6-1 with council member Kent Shafer being the only one who opposed.If someone is found in violation of the ordinance, it would be considered criminal trespassing according to the ordinance.The city council in Upper Arlington also voted to ban smoking in city parks on Monday.
  • Mother says her children found syringe in Gahanna

    GAHANNA, Ohio - A Gahanna mother is trying to start a conversation about the importance of educating children about syringes.It was behind her house in a nature preserve last Thursday where her children were playing. It was the middle of the day. She says the children would come back to the house about 100 yards away every 15 minutes to check in."My daughter came up, two of them came up and they were like 'Mom, do you want a shot'," she said. "I was like 'What are you guys talking about'?"We're
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  • Police searching for missing 12-year-old boy last seen in east Columbus

    COLUMBUS - Police are searing for a missing 12-year-old from the east side of Columbus.John Goins was last seen in the area of Manns Mobile Park on Stelzer Road wearing a black and gray t-shirt, gray sweatpants and a black and red winter coat.Goins is 4 feet and 8 inches tall with brown hair and green eyes. He weighs 70 pounds.Anyone with information is asked to contact the Columbus Police at 6147-645-4545.
  • Upper Arlington votes unanimously to ban smoking in city parks

    UPPER ARLINGTON - Upper Arlington City Council voted unanimously to ban smoking in all parks and playgrounds in a meeting Monday evening.The vote bans cigarettes, cigars, e-cigarettes and vaping devices in those areas.Upper Arlington may be the first of many communities to ban smoking in city parks.The city council in Delaware, Ohio also voted Monday night in favor of prohibiting smoking in city parks.Governor Mike DeWine's proposed budget will also put a limit on smoking statewide. His budget w
  • Police: 74-year-old man kills neighbor, himself in south Columbus

    COLUMBUS, Ohio – Two people are dead at separate scenes in south Columbus and police said the scenes are connected.Police responded to a mobile home on Niles Drive at Fairlane Mobile Home Park around 4:23 p.m.Officers found a man lying on the grass with multiple gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead around 5 p.m.Police identified the man as 30-year-old David E. Sellers, II.A short time after the shooting, 911 call-takers received a call from a man who stated that he just shot his neighbor
  • 2 dead in south Columbus; police believe scenes are connected

    COLUMBUS, Ohio – Two people are dead at separate scenes in south Columbus and police said they believe the scenes are connected.Police responded to a mobile home on Hirst Drive at Fairlane Mobile Home Park around 4:23 p.m.One person was pronounced dead around 5 p.m.Police said the victim is a male.Police said the shooting on Hirst Drive was the result of a neighbor dispute.Investigators believe the shooting is connected to a suicide nearby on South High Street behind a shopping plaza.Polic
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  • Police looking for driver accused of killing three; victims' family asks for justice

    The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help finding a driver accused of killing three people.Criminal charges say 32-year-old Corey Johnson of Columbus was drunk and high when he caused the horrific crash that killed two young sisters and a local hospital employee.Twenty-year-old Amal Mohamed, her sister Aniza Abdi Karim and their 15-year-old sister were in a car hit by Johnson on December 2, 2018.Amal and Aniza both died.Monday their father Abdilahi Askar told 10TV Amal
  • Sheriff: Human remains found in Pike County

    PIKE COUNTY, Ohio – Human remains were found in Pike County on Monday, according to sheriff Charles Reader.Reader told 10TV the remains were found in the area of Buchanan Road and Trego Road, which is west of Waverly.The remains have been tested and they are human, according to Reader.Reader said the Bureau of Criminal Investigation has been called to the scene.
  • Northridge Local Schools try to pass levy a 6th time

    Northridge Local Schools are trying for a sixth time to have voters approve a new elementary school.The current primary school was built nearly one hundred years ago. School leaders say the deterioration is beyond repair and it's affecting education.The primary school currently houses K-3 grades. The fourth and fifth graders attend class in trailers next to the middle school. If a new school is built, it would be a traditional K-5 elementary.The superintendent gave 10TV a tour of the current pri
  • Columbus fire says administration of Narcan on the decline

    The Columbus Division of Fire said eight overdose runs in the span of a little more than five hours Saturday is certainly concerning, but sadly, firefighters say it's typical for medics to respond to between six to 10 overdoses on a daily basis.Now, the Rapid Response Emergency Addiction and Crisis Team, or RREACT, is hopeful it's gaining a small edge on the opiate epidemic.Firefighters, police officers, drug and mental health counselors, and social workers work together as one unit to respond t
  • Whistleblower: Husel did not meet criteria to work in Mount Carmel ICU

    COLUMBUS (WBNS) – It is a question that has plagued many – could the patient overdose scandal at Mount Carmel Health System have been prevented?A whistleblower says yes.The source, who spoke to 10 Investigates only on a condition of anonymity out of fear the hospital may retaliate, says Dr. William Husel did not meet hospital’s own educational training requirements to work as a critical care intensivist, but that the hospital hired him anyway in 2013 and granted him privileges
  • Police respond to bomb threat in Perry Township

    PERRY TOWNSHIP - Perry township police and the Franklin County sheriff's office bomb squad reported to a bomb threat at a home on Copperfield Drive in Perry Township.Authorities were alerted to the scene by a company who was called in to clear out the house.The bomb squad found two inactive grenades and a mortar round that had powder but no fuse.Crews on scene cleared out the houses neighboring the scene as a precaution. There was no threat to the neighborhood.
  • HUD grants Ohio $6.2M to be spent on affordable housing

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio is set to receive nearly $6.2 million in affordable housing grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.The money awarded through the Housing Trust Fund is intended to help create and preserve safe, affordable housing for low-income households and those who are homeless.Democratic U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown announced the disbursement this week. He said it follows "inexplicable delays" by the Trump administration's acting regulator for Fannie Mae
  • Medicare, Social Security face shaky fiscal futures

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The financial condition of the government's bedrock retirement programs for middle- and working-class Americans remains shaky, with Medicare pointed toward insolvency by 2026, according to a report Monday by the government's overseers of Medicare and Social Security.It paints a sobering picture of the programs, though it's relatively unchanged from last year's update. Social Security would become insolvent in 2035, one year later than previously estimated.Both programs wi
  • 'Young and the Restless' honors Kristoff St. John, his work

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — CBS' "The Young and the Restless" is paying tribute this week to its late star, Kristoff St. John.The actor played Neil Winters on the daytime serial for nearly 28 years. St. John died at age 52 last February of heart disease.During a four-episode story arc airing Tuesday through Friday, Neil's friends and family gather in fictional Genoa City to remember the businessman's full life.Shemar Moore returns to "The Young and the Restless" for two episodes as Malcolm Winters,
  • Mount Carmel settles 3 wrongful death lawsuits

    COLUMBUS (WBNS) – Mount Carmel Health System, which has been embroiled in a scandal involving patients who were given excessive amounts of pain medications, has settled three wrongful death lawsuits, 10 Investigates has learned.Court records show that the family of Mount Carmel patient Lora Jackie Stone has settled a lawsuit for $250,000. The family’s attorney received $83,000 and Stone’s three children would each receive roughly $54,000, according to probate records reviewed b
  • Wrestling coach accused of ignoring hazing pleads not guilty

    FRANKLIN, Ohio (AP) — Police say a youth wrestling coach in Ohio accused of knowing about hazing among wrestlers but not stopping it has pleaded not guilty to charges of child endangerment and hazing.Franklin police say 58-year-old Bart Freidenberg turned himself in last week and was released after making his initial court appearance.Freidenberg is a coach and tournament organizer from Pickerington. He and his lawyer, Mark Minister, aren't commenting on the case.Police say a 14-year-old bo
  • Watershed Moment: The Past, Present and Future of Big Darby Creek

    Mussel Memories There’s more to freshwater mussels than meets the eye, mostly because you can’t readily see them. They lurk under the substrate of a river, in the dark places between rocks and pebbles. You can go and stand at the edge of the cool, lapping water and you might see some fish here and […]
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  • Police release new details, suspect image in Indiana girls' deaths

    Indiana State Police have released video of the suspect in the 2017 killings of two teenage girls that shows the man walking on an abandoned railroad bridge the teens visited before they were slain.State Police on Monday also released a new sketch and audio of the man suspected of killing 14-year-old Liberty German and 13-year-old Abigail Williams. The video and the audio came from German's cellphone. State Police Superintendent Doug Carter said during a news conference in the girls' northern In
  • Supreme Court to take up LGBT job discrimination cases

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court will decide whether the main federal civil rights law that prohibits employment discrimination applies to LGBT people.The justices say Monday they will hear cases involving people who claim they were fired because of their sexual orientation. Another case involves a funeral home employee who was fired after disclosing that she was transitioning from male to female and dressed as a woman.The cases will be argued in the fall, with decisions likely by June
  • Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants to cancel up to $50,000 in student debt for 42 million

    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Democrat Elizabeth Warren is proposing the elimination of existing student loan debt for millions of Americans, part of a sweeping set of education funding proposals announced as she and other presidential candidates seek to differentiate themselves in a sprawling field.The Massachusetts senator says the proposal unveiled Monday would eliminate almost all student loan debt for 42 million Americans, canceling $50,000 in debt for each person with household income under
  • Gov. DeWine's budget proposal seeks licensing for tattoo artists in Ohio

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's proposed two-year budget seeks to require tattoo artists and body piercers to register with the state and pay a $250 fee.Cleveland.com reports the proposal also links licensing to training standards the state would develop. Some of those standards currently exist but are enforced by local health departments.Ohio Department of Health spokesman J.C. Benton says the proposed law would update state regulations from 1999 on tattooing and body pierci
  • WATCH: Blue Jackets host open practice, full-team scrimmage at Nationwide Arena

    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The Columbus Blue Jackets are hosting an open practice at Nationwide Arena Monday.The practice will include a full-team scrimmage.Watch Monday's practice: The Blue Jackets are coming off a sweep of the Tampa Bay Lightning in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.They will face the winner of the Boston Bruins-Toronto Maple Leafs series in the second round.
  • Blue Jackets to host open practice, full-team scrimmage at Nationwide Arena

    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The Columbus Blue Jackets have announced they will be hosting an open practice at Nationwide Arena on Monday.The team said the practice will include a full-team scrimmage.Fans will be able to enter through the Front Street Plaza doors at 10:30 a.m. with the practice starting at 11 a.m. The first 500 fans will receive a free "It's Time" T-shirt.The Blue Jackets are coming off a sweep of the Tampa Bay Lightning in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.They will face the win
  • Blue Jackets host open practice, full-team scrimmage at Nationwide Arena

    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Thousands of hockey fans showed up at Nationwide Arena Monday morning to watch the Columbus Blue Jackets practice.More than 5,000 people were in attendance for the open practice, which included a full-team scrimmage.Watch Monday's practice: "Players are performers. They like to play in front of people, they like to put on a show." - Torts on today's open practice#CBJ pic.twitter.com/ZMMRU30gBo— x-Columbus Blue Jackets (@BlueJacketsNHL) April 22, 2019The Blue Jackets are c
  • Opinion: Stop Reading Lies About Abortion, Start Funding It

    Wow, are anti-choicers winning this fight, huh? I have to hand it to them, they’ve developed a multi-pronged attack on reproductive rights that has effectively dismantled all common knowledge, reason and scientific understanding. Then again, I suppose it is an opportune time to bend facts and twist narratives. In the week or so since Mike […]
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  • Miranda Lambert announces Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars tour stop in Columbus

    Nationwide Arena announced Monday that the Miranda Lambert Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Tour is making a stop in Columbus on September 28.Tickets will go on sale April 26th.JUST ANNOUNCED: Tickets for @mirandalambert's Saturday, September 28th show at Nationwide Arena with special guests Elle King, Pistol Annies and Tenille Townes GO ON SALE April 26th at 10AM.
    More info: https://t.co/5EGdE1zCbw. pic.twitter.com/PY4qzg27N5— Nationwide Arena (@NationwideArena) April 22, 2019
    The tour has
  • Official: Sri Lanka failed to heed warnings of attacks

    COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — Sri Lankan officials failed to heed warnings from intelligence agencies about the threat of an attack by a domestic radical Muslim group that officials blame for Easter Sunday bombings that killed more than 200 people, the country's health minister said Monday.The coordinated bombings that ripped through churches and luxury hotels were carried out by seven suicide bombers from a militant group named National Thowfeek Jamaath, Health Minister Rajitha Senaratne said
  • Ohio State students take part in competition to reduce energy

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (10TV) -- Ohio State University students took part in a challenge to try and reduce energy in residence halls on campus.A French company called ENGIE oversaw the Residence Hall Energy Challenge. They used smart meters attached to each of the university's 15 residence halls to measure energy usage, and offered prizes to those who conserved the most."Simple tasks like turning out their lights, making sure their video games are turned off or their computers are in sleep mode, anythin
  • Ohio school district ditches logo with Native American imagery

    FAIRVIEW PARK, Ohio (AP) — A suburban Cleveland school district whose sports teams are known as the Warriors is replacing their logo to stop using Native American imagery.Cleveland.com reports Fairview Park City Schools will now use an image of a caped fighter with a helmet and shield instead of the logo that showed the letter F and an arrowhead spear with a feather.The spear logo had been used since 2006, when the district moved away from using a depiction of a Native American as a mascot
  • New COSI exhibit aimed at teaching kids and parents how to properly recycle

    COLUMBUS, Ohio - A new exhibit at COSI is teaching families how to correctly recycle, reduce, and reuse.SWACO, or the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio, has been partners with COSI for years. They wanted to get a message across to the public on how to properly recycle. They took an exhibit that was already in place in the center and incorporated a new game."The information we share with our guests is pretty exciting as you start to learn what should be recycled and what shouldn't," said Josh
  • Nothing wrong with help from Russians, lawyer for President Trump says

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani insisted there was "nothing wrong" with the president's 2016 campaign taking information from the Russians, as House Democrats pledged stepped-up investigations into campaign misconduct and possible crimes of obstruction detailed in special counsel Robert Mueller's report.Giuliani called the Trump campaign's effort to get political help from representatives of the Russian government possibly ill-advised but not illegal."There'
  • Ohio saw record number of new business filings in March

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio set a record last month for most new business filings in a single month.Republican Secretary of State Frank LaRose said 13,747 new entities filed to do business in the state in March. That was 848 more than the previous record, set in April 2018.LaRose credited a business environment conducive to entrepreneurship for generating the boost.New business filings declare the formation of a for-profit, nonprofit or professional corporation, a limited liability company,
  • California police say teen lured to assault with dating app

    SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — California police say a teenage victim of sexual assault was lured through a dating app.KABC-TV reports that Santa Ana police arrested 59-year-old Michael Komoto April 18 on a charge of engaging in sex acts with a minor.Police say Komoto told a 15-year-old boy he was 39 years old during communication on the Grindr app and promised a shopping spree in exchange for "making out."Police say Komoto picked up the boy April 14 and sexually assaulted him at a storefront th
  • Monday's Most Wanted: Man wanted for crash that killed 3, injured 5

    COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is searching for 32-year-old Corey Johnson. He is wanted for a dozen charges in connection with a December 2018 crash that killed three people. Police say a car driven by Johnson went out control on I-71, setting off a chain-reaction crash that killed three people and injured five others.Twenty-year-old Amal Mohamed, 18-year-old Aniza Abdi Karim, and 35-year-old Gabriel Akomeah all died. Karim was a senior at Centennial High School. 10TV unco
  • Blankets, bed-sharing common in accidental baby suffocations

    CHICAGO (AP) — Accidental suffocation is a leading cause of injury deaths in U.S. infants and common scenarios involve blankets, bed-sharing with parents and other unsafe sleep practices, an analysis of government data found.These deaths "are entirely preventable. That's the most important point," said Dr. Fern Hauck, a co-author and University of Virginia expert in infant deaths.Among 250 suffocation deaths, roughly 70 percent involved blankets, pillows or other soft bedding that blocked
  • Tesla gears up for fully self-driving cars amid skepticism

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Tesla CEO Elon Musk appears poised to transform the company's electric cars into driverless vehicles in a risky bid to realize a bold vision that he has been floating for years.The technology required to make that quantum leap is scheduled to be shown off to Tesla investors Monday at the company's Palo Alto, California, headquarters.Musk, known for his swagger as well as his smarts, is so certain that Tesla will win the race toward full autonomy that he indicated in an
  • Survey: 48 percent of NHLPA reps favor playoff change

    Hockey players are conditioned to think that winning the Stanley Cup means going through the best teams to be the best team.That does not mean they are blind to some of the inequalities of the NHL's current divisional playoff format. An Associated Press/Canadian Press survey of NHLPA representatives from all 31 teams shows that almost half favor changing the format — and most support going back to seeding the Eastern and Western Conferences 1 through 8, the structure that was used from 199
  • Notre Dame fire was a warning bell. But will Europe listen?

    PARIS (AP) — It's a thin line where the patina of age on Europe's countless monuments gives way to the onset of neglect. Like with so many loved ones, all is assumed to be fine, until suddenly it's not.In the wake of the fire last week that gutted Notre Dame, questions are being raised about the state of thousands of other cathedrals, palaces and village spires that have turned France — as well as Italy, Britain and Spain — into open air museums of Western civilization.If even
  • Ex-Alabama officer pleads guilty to assaulting detained man

    TALLASSEE, Ala. (AP) — A former Alabama police officer has admitted to slamming a compliant handcuffed man into the ground and then slamming the man's head into his patrol car.News outlets report 27-year-old Michael Brandon Smirnoff pleaded guilty Friday to federal excessive force charges. He's set to be sentenced in July.A U.S. Department of Justice release says Smirnoff was working as a Tallassee police investigator in March 2016 when took part in the arrest of a man who fled on a four-w
  • 4 small earthquakes hit different parts of Alaska

    KNIK-FAIRVIEW, Alaska (AP) — Four small earthquakes hit different parts of Alaska over the weekend, according to an earthquake monitoring center.At 6:04 p.m. Sunday, a magnitude 3.1 earthquake hit a spot 26 miles (42 kilometers) east of Knik-Fairview, a town of about 900 people in the Anchorage metropolitan area, the Alaska Earthquake Center said. The earthquake had a depth of 20 miles (33 kilometers.)At 11:48 a.m. Sunday, a magnitude 3.0 earthquake hit the Prince William Sound region of A
  • Shooting of 2 unarmed African Americans near Yale sparks protests

    A police officer involved in a shooting near the campus of Yale University has led to almost a week of protests. Unlike other high-profile shootings of unarmed African Americans, demonstrators at Yale say this case is not about race, but about how police are trained. Protesters poured onto the streets of Hamden, Connecticut, on Sunday. This was the sixth straight day of passionate, but peaceful demonstrations since an officer was involved in a shooting Tuesday in New Haven.The surveillance video
  • Cleanup continues one week after Shelby tornado

    SHELBY, Ohio - Nearly one week after a tornado swept through Shelby, the mayor of the Richland County community says the city is coming together to help rebuild.In a matter of minutes, many lives in the city of Shelby changed forever. An EF2 twister hit the town on Sunday, April 14, injuring six people.“We have a lot of families coming to grip with what happened,” Shelby Mayor Steve Schag said.“I can’t imagine you know being down in that basement and hearing all the noise
  • Ohio's unemployment rates drops in March

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell from February to March.State officials on Friday said the unemployment rate was 4.4% in March, compared with 4.6% the previous month. Ohio's unemployment rate stood at 4.5% in March 2018.The national rate was 3.8 % in March, unchanged from February, and down from 4% in March 2018.The state Job and Family Services Department says Ohio's nonagricultural wage and salary employment increased by 6,300 jobs from February to

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