• Man spends Thanksgiving frying turkeys to benefit the James

    Matthew Freedman has cooking the Thanksgiving turkey planned to the minute. When you're frying 800 pounds of fresh turkey in one day, the details matter.
  • Outlet shoppers kick off Black Friday shopping

    Before some central Ohioians could grab a second plate or even eat dessert, many shoppers were already in line hoping to get the first chance at the big sales.Some shoppers like Judy Curry come to Tanger Outlets in Sunbury with a plan.“You have to do the research first and know what you're looking for,” Curry said.Retailers across the country are working in overdrive this time of year to accommodate black Friday shoppers. This somehow grew to also include a day once reserved for turk
  • Suspect in Texas trooper's killing apprehended

    FAIRFIELD, Texas (AP) — The Latest on the search for the suspect in the death of a Texas trooper (all times local):9:10 p.m.Authorities in Texas say the man suspected of killing a state trooper during a traffic stop has been taken into custody.The Texas Department of Public Safety and other law enforcement agencies identified the suspect as 32-year-old Dabrett Black. The Harris County Sheriff's Office said on Twitter that Black was apprehended Thursday night in neighboring Waller County, m
  • 2 people injured after crash involving 2 vehicles, deer in Delaware County

    DELAWARE COUNTY - Two people were injured after a crash in Delaware County Thursday night.The Ohio State Highway Patrol said the crash happened on US-36, also known as Marysville Road, at the intersection with Burnt Pond Road around 7:45 p.m.OSHP said a sedan hit a deer then another vehicle hit the sedan.Both people injuries were taken by ambulance to hospitals in Columbus.One person has serious injuries while the second victim's injuries were described by OSHP as minor.
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  • Fake Google ad sent users searching for Amazon to scam site

    Some Google users searching for "Amazon" on Thanksgiving were shown a phony ad that redirected to a scam website, one day before the biggest shopping day of the year.The ad appeared at the top of search results for an unknown number of users for at least part of the day Thursday: A fake ad for Amazon that appeared atop Google search results for some users on Thanksgiving./ CBS NEWSMedia Folder: Media Root
    When contacted by CBS News, Google said the ad violated its policies and was removed.
  • AP source: Flynn lawyers make a break with Trump team

    WASHINGTON — A lawyer for former national security adviser Michael Flynn has told President Donald Trump's legal team that they are no longer communicating with them about special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election interference.The decision could be a sign that Flynn is moving to cooperate with Mueller's investigation or negotiate a deal for himself.The decision was communicated this week, said a person familiar with the decision who spoke to The Associated Press
  • Franklin County's Building Futures program to help workers start careers in trades Posted at

    Washington, 26, of Obetz, worked as a cable-TV installer and tractor-trailer driver. Taylor, 27, of Gahanna, worked in warehouses and other jobs that paid about $10 an hour.
  • South Dakota lawmaker, brother-in-law drown in Cook Islands

    PIERRE, S.D. — A South Dakota state representative and his brother-in-law drowned in an apparent kayaking accident in the Cook Islands in the South Pacific, where they were attending a wedding for the lawmaker's daughter, officials said Thursday.Gov. Dennis Daugaard's office said in a statement that state Rep. Craig Tieszen, 68, a Republican from Rapid City, and his brother-in-law, Brent Moline, 61, died WednesdayRapid City Mayor Steve Allender wrote on his Facebook page that Tieszen and M
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  • Central Ohio church gives free restaurant-style Thanksgiving meal

    On Thanksgiving Day, members of Reynoldsburg United Methodist Church set up a restaurant-style meal for anyone in the community."That's the beauty of the church offering this," said Zack Howard, who has volunteered at the event for the last 9 years. "I think that, unfortunately, the holidays can be difficult for some people. So, for the church to open up our doors and welcome everybody in, it's great."The church took reservations, had hostesses seat families and offered a full course meal comple
  • Red Cross assisting family after fire caused by turkey fryer in west Columbus

    COLUMBUS, Ohio – The American Red Cross is assisting a family after a Thanksgiving Day fire was caused by an issue with the family’s turkey fryer.Firefighters responded to the 700 block of Demorest Road around 2:30 p.m. Thursday.The Columbus Division of Fire said the fire started before the turkey was put in the fryer.The fire then spread to the kitchen and the inside of the house.No one was hurt.
  • On Thanksgiving, gratitude is a step closer to happiness

    But perhaps there are bigger concerns this year than the usual frenzied panic over whether that plastic red thermometer in your bird has popped too soon or not at all. The days leading up to this one have been filled with bad news of mass shootings, drug crises, natural disasters and bad behavior by those we trusted to serve and entertain us.
  • Georgia official faces DUI charge after crashing Corvette with 14 bottles of moonshine

    MONTICELLO, Ga. -- A state official faces two separate investigations after police said he drove drunk with more than a dozen jars of moonshine in his car. CBS affiliate WSB-TV reports Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Deputy Commissioner Walter Rabon Jr. is on administrative leave after he crashed his Corvette in Jasper County on Sunday. Sheriff Donnie Pope says Rabon faces charges of DUI and failure to maintain lane. A trooper said Rabon's eyes were bloodshot and watery and he coul
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  • Mega Weekend – Food, Shopping, Movies, and Football

    Happy Thanksgiving! Holiday lights are in full swing. Contests are open for these Promowest shows: Kip Moore’s Plead the Fifth Tour, and Clutch. Plus, win tickets to CATCO’s American Buffalo. Have you heard how At Home by High is connecting neighbors in the Short North? Vote on the Best Columbus Architecture of 2017. Thursday Hope […]
  • Woman dies after drive-by shooting in north Columbus

    COLUMBUS — A woman in her 30s has died following a drive-by shooting at a home in north Columbus, according to police.This happened in the 2300 block of Hiddenspring Drive.Police say they believe the woman and her boyfriend were visiting family. Police say they were cooking when the shooting happened.Police say officers arrived to find a woman had been shot in the neck just before 1 p.m. Thursday afternoon.The victim was transported to the hospital in unknown condition where she later died
  • Police identify woman killed in drive-by shooting in north Columbus

    COLUMBUS — A woman in her 30s has died following a drive-by shooting at a home in north Columbus, according to police.This happened in the 2300 block of Hiddenspring Drive.Police say they believe the woman and her boyfriend were visiting family. Police say they were cooking when the shooting happened.Police say officers arrived to find a woman had been shot just before 1 p.m. Thursday afternoon.The victim was transported to the hospital in unknown condition where she later died, according
  • Runners take on the Turkey Trot to kick off holiday

    While most people are gearing up for their big holiday meals, some decided to prepare in a different way.Today was the 31st annual Chase Columbus Turkey Trot where more than 8,000 people hit the streets to celebrate the holiday.The cool and sunny weather made for perfect racing weather, according to Jeff Zaenger, who ran today."This is actually one of the nicer mornings that we've had," Zaenger said.Participants could either walk or run the 5-mile race, benefiting the Easterseals of central Ohio
  • Buckeyes to honor Terry Glenn with helmet stickers

    Ohio State officials confirm the Ohio State football team will honor former Buckeye Terry Glenn by wearing stickers on their helmets this Saturday.Terry Glenn Jr.: The bucks are rocking these helmet stickers for my dad when we play this weekend. How awesome. Much love to all the Buckeyes out there 😤😤 pic.twitter.com/DlBnBaSDL1— Terry Glenn (@TerryGlennJr) November 23, 2017 Former Buckeye Terry Glenn died Monday when he and his fiancee were involved in a one-vehicle rollover
  • Doppler 10: Cool night then warmer for Black Friday

    This Evening: Scattered clouds and cool.
    Tonight: Gradual clearing and chilly again. 28 S 5-10 mph
    Tomorrow: Mostly sunny and milder. Low 50s. S 5-15 mph
    Saturday: Mix of sun and clouds and seasonable. 50 W 5-15 mphWeather Resources: Interactive Radar | Weather Warnings | Live RadarSpecial Information:High pressure moves to the east as a weak upper level system spreads a few clouds over the region. After a sunny and more seasonable Friday, a cold front Friday night will bring a slight chance for
  • Doppler 10: A Chilly Turkey Day

    This Afternoon: Mix of sun & clouds, chilly. High 42. Winds: Light to SW 5-10 mph.
    Tonight: Partly cloudy to mostly clear. Cold. Low 28. Winds: S 5 mph.
    Tomorrow: More sunshine, clouds build late. More seasonable. High 52. Winds: S 5-10 mph.
    Saturday: Mostly to partly cloudy. Chance rain, mainly early. High 51(early). Winds: SW to W 6-14 mph.Weather Resources: Interactive Radar | Weather Warnings | Live RadarSpecial Information: High pressure will continue to march eastward today, with dry a
  • President Trump tells troops 'We're winning' against foes

    PALM BEACH, Fla. — President Donald Trump thanked U.S. troops for their service on Thursday, assuring them "we're really winning" against America's foes as he celebrated Thanksgiving at his private club and provided lunch for Coast Guard men and women on duty for the holiday.Using the occasion to talk up his own leadership, Trump told military members via a video conference that they've achieved more progress in Afghanistan and against the Islamic State group under his watch than had been
  • President Trump credits troops, and himself, for military advances

    PALM BEACH, Fla. — President Donald Trump thanked U.S. troops for their service on Thursday, assuring them "we're really winning" against America's foes as he celebrated Thanksgiving at his private club in Florida and provided lunch for Coast Guard men and women on duty for the holiday.Using the occasion to pat himself on the back, Trump told deployed military members via a video conference that they've achieved more progress in Afghanistan and against the Islamic State group under his wat
  • 82-year-old man missing from Lucas County

    Lucas County--The Sylvania Police Department is searching for a missing 82-year-old man.Authorities say Charles Fackelman was last seen on Wednesday evening around 8 p.m. when he left the VFW Post in a black and white cab on West Alexis Road in Lucas County.He is described as a white male, 5-foot-5-inches tall, weighing 158 pounds and has gray hair and blue eyes.Authorities are asking for help in locating Fackelman, who has a reported medical condition.Anyone who has information on Fackelman&rsq
  • Man wanted for South Florida homicide arrested at airport

    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Florida police say an 18-year-old man wanted by police in a recent killing in South Florida was arrested while trying to board a flight from Fort Lauderdale to Ohio.The U.S. Marshals South Florida Regional Task Force took Sinceer Priest, of West Palm Beach, into custody at the security checkpoint at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Wednesday night.The Sun-Sentinel reports Priest is the second person arrested in the killing of 20-year-old Desean Zac
  • Morris Furniture increases presence with new Polaris store

    If the folks at Morris Furniture are worried about central Ohio's increasingly crowded furniture retail sector, they certainly don't look it. In fact, it's full-speed ahead as the company recently added a flagship store to its fleet - a two-story building in the Polaris area right across I-71 from Ikea.
  • Upper Arlington Parents’ Group Crowd Funds Dyslexia Doc

    Watching your child struggle in school is heartbreaking. Knowing that your school could and should do something to remedy the situation but chooses not to would be beyond frustrating. But creating the needed cultural change in a school system may seem like an insurmountable task. UA-KID, an Upper Arlington-based parent organization, found a way to […]
  • POLICE: Teacher arrested after students catch her doing drugs in classroom

    A teacher at Lake Central High School in St. John, Indiana faces drug-related charges after allegedly being caught by students using drugs in her classroom, CBS Chicago reports.The student witnesses contacted school administrators, who called St. John police, who, in turn, requested assistance from Dyer police for their drug-sniffing dog.Arrested was 24-year-old Samantha Cox, who was led from the school at about 1 p.m. Wednesday. She faces felony drug possession and misdemeanor paraphernalia cha
  • Trump presents his report card, passes with flying colors

    PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — President Donald Trump has a Thanksgiving Day message for the nation: Look at all I've done.Trump is telling followers in an early-morning holiday tweet that, "your Country is starting to do really well."HAPPY THANKSGIVING, your Country is starting to do really well. Jobs coming back, highest Stock Market EVER, Military getting really strong, we will build the WALL, V.A. taking care of our Vets, great Supreme Court Justice, RECORD CUT IN REGS, lowest unemployment in
  • Woman raising funds to aid homeless man who gave her his last $20

    PHILADELPHIA -- A New Jersey woman who was saved by a homeless man when she ran out of gas in Philadelphia is raising money to help him.Kate McClure, 27, was heading to visit a friend last month when her tank hit "empty" on I-95.The Florence Township woman pulled over and began to worry until a homeless man approached her.The man, Johnny, told her it wasn't safe, and bought McClure gas with his last $20.McClure promised she would return to pay him. McClure and her boyfriend, Mark D'Amico, have s
  • Craigslist prank helps feed families

    80 families will have Thanksgiving meals on the table because of a prank.Someone put Austin Hermsen’s phone number on a fake Craigslist ad.The ad promised Hermsen would be giving away 30 turkeys to families who called the number.When people started calling, Hermsen said he could not turn them down.So, he and his friends pulled together and raised more than $1,400 to buy full Thanksgiving meals for 80 families.Hermsen now plans to make it a yearly tradition.He said he now knows who created
  • Holiday gift card and coupon scams

    Beware of those emails in your inbox with coupons that seem too good to be true.They may be a scam."Always go to the website of the company that you're looking at. Don't click on anything from an email. If you get an email go to the site to see if it's legitimate,” Kevin Mabry, CEO of Sentree Systems said.Mabry said those scam emails are more sophisticated and look real. The goal is to get malware on your computer and access your data.Gift cards are another way thieves are targeting shoppe
  • Did you 'like' Russian propaganda? Facebook will clue you in

    Facebook says it will show users if they followed or 'liked' Russia propaganda accounts on its service or on Instagram.The company said Wednesday it will launch a portal to let people see which accounts of the Internet Research Agency they followed between January 2015 and August 2017. The tool will be available by the end of the year. But it won't show users if they merely saw — or even "liked" — posts from those pages.Facebook, Google and Twitter testified before Congress this mont
  • Frat found guilty in pledge's 2013 hazing death in Poconos

    STROUDSBURG, Pa. -- A Baruch College fraternity has been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and other offenses for the 2013 hazing death of a pledgein a rented home in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains.Jurors announced the verdict Tuesday against the Pi Delta Psi fraternity after six days of testimony in the death of freshman pledge Chun "Michael" Deng of New York.The fraternity was also found guilty of aggravated assault, hazing, hindering apprehension and conspiracy. It was acquitted of th
  • Macy's parade begins with balloons, bands and security

    NEW YORK (AP) — The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade stepped off Thursday with soaring balloons and high-stepping bands as police went all-out to secure it in a year marked by attacks on outdoor gathering spots.With new faces and old favorites in the lineup, the extravaganza began wending through 2 ½ miles of Manhattan on a chilly morning.Timothy McMillian joined his wife, their 9-year-old daughter and his in-laws at 6:30 a.m. to stake out a spot. The relatives had come from Greensbor
  • Balloons, Broadway stars and security at Macy's parade

    New faces and old favorites will fly, float and march in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade as police go all-out to secure it in a year marked by attacks on outdoor gathering spots.One of the nation's biggest outdoor holiday events, the parade makes its way through 2 ½ miles of Manhattan with marching bands, performers from Broadway hits, elaborate floats and signature giant balloons. Olaf from the Disney movie "Frozen" and Chase from the TV cartoon "Paw Patrol" will be among the new ball
  • Officers cleared in a oeBuckeye Bandita shooting

    The actions of two Columbus police officers who wounded the man known as the "Buckeye Bandit" during a pursuit over a year ago have been upheld by a departmental review panel. The Columbus Division of Police Firearms/Police-Involved Death Review Board determined that Lt.
  • Report: Barton said he'd go to Capitol Police over photo

    DALLAS (AP) — U.S. Rep. Joe Barton told a woman that he would complain to U.S. Capitol Police if sexually explicit photographs of him and other material from their relationship were to be exposed publicly, according to a published report.The Washington Post reported the threat Wednesday after Barton, a North Texas Republican, apologized for a nude photo of him that circulated on social media.The photo of Barton appeared on an anonymous Twitter account. It was not immediately known who post
  • Barton to go mum over disclosed photo, citing probe

    WASHINGTON — Suggesting he's a victim of revenge porn from a jilted lover, Republican Rep. Joe Barton of Texas says he plans to go silent about the release of a nude photo of him online because police are investigating the disclosure as a possible crime against him. Authorities have not confirmed an investigation.The 68-year-old Barton, who joined the House in 1985, has acknowledged sharing intimate material with a lover and accused her of threatening to make it public when he ended the re
  • George Avakian, jazz producer and scholar, dies at 98

    NEW YORK (AP) — George Avakian, a Russian-born jazz scholar and architect of the American music industry who produced essential recordings by Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis and other stars has died at age 98.Avakian's daughter, Anahid Avakian Gregg, confirmed that her father died Wednesday morning at his home in Manhattan. No further details were immediate available.Avakian, an executive at Columbia Records and Warner Bros. among other labels, helped popularize such consumer standards as lin
  • Doppler 10: Frosty Start to Thanksgiving

    Today: Mix of sun & clouds, chilly. High 43. Winds: Light to SW 5-10 mph.
    Tonight: Partly cloudy. Not as cold. Low 30. Winds: S 5 mph.
    Tomorrow: More sunshine, few clouds. More seasonable. High 52. Winds: S 5-10 mph.
    Saturday: Increasing clouds. Spotty rain, mainly early. High 54. Winds: SW to W 6-13 mph.Weather Resources: Interactive Radar | Weather Warnings | Live RadarSpecial Information: Waking up to a frosty Thanksgiving across central Ohio. High pressure will continue to move east toda
  • Two Columbus murder victims identified; two men charged in one case

    The Columbus police homicide unit has identified the two victims in unrelated fatal shootings less than an hour apart Tuesday night and has charged two men with murder in one of the cases. Christopher Pfaff, 20, was shot in the chest and pronounced dead at the scene of a shooting just before 7 p.m. in an apartment on Legacy Lane in the Hilliard Station Apartments, located south of Roberts Road between Hilliard-Rome Road and Walcutt Road on the Far West Side near Hilliard.
  • Jim Brickman Celebrates 20 Years of Christmas Concerts at the Southern

    Grammy-nominated songwriter and piano sensation Jim Brickman brings the songs and sounds of the season to Columbus as part of his 2017 holiday tour, A Joyful Noise. Hailed by the Boston Herald as a "crowd-pleaser," Brickman celebrates his 20-year Christmas concert tradition with new music, holiday classics, and modern favorites.
  • Ohio University could make changes on campus to protect students at night

    Ohio University could be making changes on campus to better protect its students at night.University officials and students met last week, just as two female students reported being assaulted in poorly lit areas on campus.The Ohio University Police Department says suspects in those incidents have not yet been identified, but within the next few weeks, university officials said they will take action.On the night before Thanksgiving, the Ohio University campus is desolate. Especially in the dark."
  • Human remains found in search for missing woman in Pike County

    Authorities have found human remains during a search for a 77-year-old woman who has not been seen since last year.Sources tell 10TV the remains were found at a property on Lapperell Road.The Pike County Sheriff says no one has seen or heard from the 77-year-old Bernice Hayslip since August of last year. Yet no one has reported her missing.According to investigators, Bernice Hayslip underwent a heart procedure last summer and was released into the care of her daughter on August 27, 2016.They bel
  • The Best Gaming Deals for Black Friday 2017

    It’s that time of the year, gamers (and capitalists) rejoice because it’s Black Friday Week. There’s always some awesome deals for gamers of all kinds, so below I’m listing out some of my favorite deals from the year so that you can get some awesome gifts for yourself this Holiday season (because you’ve done a […]
  • John Legend talks music, family, and home

    Did you know award-winning artist John Legend was born and raised in Ohio?Legend says his hometown helped to make him the man he is today.While he's known as a soulful crooner with an unmistakable voice, who would have known Johnny Stephens from Springfield, Ohio would become the star he is today?Apparently, his father did.“The day of his birth, John was in the newspaper and he's been in the newspaper ever since,” Ron Stephens said.Ron says his son was born into the spotlight and he
  • Grove City police using app to track shoplifting as it happens

    Grove City formed a five-officer team in 2016 that focuses on narcotics investigations, prostitution, and retail theft.Believe it or not, police say the three crimes seem to go hand in hand."We're getting repeat offenders and it's not only Grove City.It's Dublin, Hilliard, Columbus," said Grove City Police Officer Mike Reber.CrimeTracker 10 obtained rare behind-the-scenes access at a major retailer in Grove City where hundreds of surveillance cameras are helping loss prevention officers spot thi
  • Coshocton County retired K9, Deputy Dingo, dies

    COSHOCTON -- The Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office announced that its retired K9, Deputy Dingo, has died.The sheriff’s office made the announcement via Facebook.In another post, Sheriff Tim Rogers said Dingo joined the office in January 2008.“He had a long and very active career, which included countless drug busts, wanted person finds, missing children tracks, and fleeing felon apprehensions. Deputy Dingo loved Public Events and his many hours spent with school-aged children.
  • Forensic anthropologists brought in on search for missing 77-year-old

    What happened to Bernice Hayslip? That's the question investigators are trying to answer.The Pike County Sheriff says no one has seen or heard from the 77-year-old woman since August of last year. Yet no one has reported her missing.According to investigators, Bernice Hayslip underwent a heart procedure last summer and was released into the care of her daughter on August 27, 2016.They believe that daughter, 44-year-old Tracy Sowards, brought Hayslip from Adams County to Pike County.Fast forward
  • Traffic stop turned into 'ambush-style' shooting, Columbus police say Updated at

    Just before 6 a.m., Officer Phillip Stevens had pulled over a motorist for driving a suspicious vehicle near East 17th and Louis avenues. After calling for backup, Stevens requested the person sitting in the front passenger seat to exit the vehicle.
  • Ohio woman gets jail for taping her son to a chair

    An Ohio woman has been sentenced to nine months in prison for taping her 12-year-old son to a chair while she took one of her children swimming.A Mahoning County judge on Tuesday disregarded recommendations by prosecutors and 33-year-old Susan Malysa's attorney that she receive 60 days in jail after pleading guilty to child endangering in September.Judge R. Scott Krichbaum said he wanted to make an example of Malysa, and that her conduct "will not be tolerated in our society."Police were called

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