• Denison University student found dead near school

    GRANVILLE, Ohio – A Denison University student was found dead on Wednesday, according to a statement from a school spokesperson.The school identified the student as Sean Bonner. He was reported missing Wednesday morning after there were concerns for his wellbeing.According to the Granville Police Department, Bonner was found in the woods near the university.Police said he died in an apparent suicide. An investigation is being conducted by the police department.“We are all incredibly
  • Via Vecchia Winery and Event Space Announces Move to Expanded Facility

    Via Vecchia Winery and event venue is on the move. After eight years on Front Street in the Brewery District, the business will move just one mile south into a larger facility at The Fort, 2108 S. High St. In all, the new venue offers 20,000 square feet and enough seating for 225 people between […]
  • FDA warns of honey-filled pacifiers after infants hospitalized with botulism

    The Texas Department of State Health Services is warning parents and other adults not to give babies pacifiers containing honey, after four infants in Texas were treated for botulism. Health officials say the four babies who got sick had each been given a honey-containing pacifier purchased in Mexico, CBS affiliate KHOU reports.The department issued the warning Friday and reported that the four illnesses occurred from mid-August to the end of October. All four infants were hospitalized for life-
  • Trump takes aim at Navy SEAL, says Osama bin Laden should have been caught sooner

    President Trump is under fire for criticizing the Navy SEAL who led the 2011 military operation that took out Osama bin Laden. In an interview with Fox News that aired Sunday, the commander-in-chief reproached retired four-star Adm. William McRaven for not killing the 9/11 mastermind sooner and dismissed him as a "Hillary Clinton backer." "Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace brought up McRaven's comments from 2017 in which he said Trump's attacks on the media were the "greatest threat to democra
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  • Cleveland Indians debut new uniforms without Chief Wahoo logo

    CLEVELAND (AP) — The Indians will rock red jerseys next season for the first time since the 1970s.The team unveiled a new alternate home jersey on Monday. It's a red top scripted with "Indians" on the front that Cleveland occasionally will wear for home games in 2019. The Indians last wore red jerseys from 1975-77, when they wore red pants that won't be making a comeback.Next season, for the first time in 70 years, the Indians will not have the contentious Chief Wahoo logo on their uniform
  • Dwayne Haskins ties Big Ten Player of the Week record

    Dwayne Haskins joins another famous Ohio State quarterback by earning his fifth Big Ten Player of the Week award this season.Haskins threw for 405 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for an additional three scores in the Buckeyes’ 52-51 overtime win over Maryland.For his efforts, Haskins was awarded the co-offensive player of the week, tying former Buckeye great Troy Smith. Smith earned five during his 2006 Heisman Trophy-winning season.Haskins also broke the school’s records fo
  • 2 men considered armed and dangerous wanted after drive-by shooting in Newark

    NEWARK – A woman was the victim of a drive-by shooting Saturday night in Newark and the suspects are considered armed and dangerous. The 61-year-old woman was flown to Ohio State's Wexner Medical Center in stable condition and is not believed to be the intended target of the drive-by. The shooting took place at approximately 8:30 p.m. Saturday on Riverview Drive.After investigation, Newark Police determined a pair of suspects, Devin S Rhinehart, 23, from Newark and James Michael Alexander,
  • Easton Town Center Announces $500 Million Expansion

    Easton Town Center unveiled plans today for a 16-acre expansion that will include multiple blocks of new retail and restaurant storefronts, a 136-room Aloft Hotel, office space, additional parking, and a new outdoor plaza. Also planned as part of the $500 million project are new residential units and a three-story, 40,000-square-foot RH Gallery that is […]
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  • Mystery man pays off all layaway items at a Walmart

    A mystery shopper paid off customers' layaway items at a Walmart in Derby, Vermont, CBS Burlington affiliate WCAX reports. The act of generosity happened just days before Thanksgiving, when the store's storage room was already filled with layaway items."I don't even think I can find the words to say," customer Julie Gates told WCAX. Gates was going to pick up a package at the store on Thursday when she overheard a man asking if he could pay for someone's items."He came up to the man in front of
  • $500 million expansion announced for new district at Easton Town Center

    Easton Town Center has announced a new expansion which will feature local and national retailers, restaurants, entertainment venues, hotels and public event spaces.The new district will be located on 16 acres in the northeast quadrant of Easton Town Center, transforming the area between the Town Center and Easton Gateway.The new expansion will be anchored by RH Gallery. It will be the first in Ohio and one of 17 stores in the country. It is expected to open before holiday 2019.A Marriott Aloft H
  • One in critical condition after shooting in north Columbus

    COLUMBUS -- Police say one person is in critical condition after a shooting in north Columbus.The call came into police at 12:42 p.m. in the 2500 block of Homecroft Drive.Police say they are looking for a black male in his 40s, wearing a blue hoodie. They said a gun has been found in the area.The victim was taken to Riverside Methodist Hospital in critical condition.Homecroft Drive is closed in the area from Arcadia Avenue to Akola AvenueStay with 10TV and 10TV.com as this story develops.
  • Man gets life in prison for killing pregnant wife, 2 young daughters

    DENVER (AP) — A Colorado man was sentenced Monday to life in prison for killing his pregnant wife and their two young daughters and dumping their bodies on an oil work site.Prosecutors have said they agreed not to seek the death penalty in exchange for Christopher Watts' guilty plea, after seeking approval from Shanann Watts' family.Watts had pleaded guilty to three charges of murder in the deaths of his wife, Shanann Watts, and their young daughters. He also pleaded guilty on Nov. 6 to tw
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  • The tradition continues: Babies born at OSU hospital get "Beat Michigan" blankets

    There is a love passed on to babies born this time of year here in Columbus.And it's a Scarlet and Gray kind of feeling.Babies born at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center this week will be wrapped in Buckeye pride.The little ones are given Buckeye football helmet-inspired hats and wrapped in red blankets with an embroidered “Beat Michigan” – Of course with the M crossed out.Moms and dads say to start them young -- and raise them right."The Game" between the Buckeyes
  • White House again threatens Acosta's pass; CNN seeks hearing

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration has again targeted White House press credentials for CNN reporter Jim Acosta.After a federal judge ordered that Acosta's credentials be temporarily restored last week, the White House sent Acosta a letter saying it had made the "preliminary decision" to suspend his pass. The White House said Acosta would continue to hold his credentials while the 14-day judge's order was in effect.The White House argues Acosta did not follow "basic standards" when
  • Crestline police chief resigns to "maintain honor, dignity of position"

    CRESTLINE -- Crestline police chief Joseph Butler resigned Monday morning after serving the city for 18 years.Butler, who recently came under fire for videoing conversations with people while off duty, had been placed on leave. There was a scheduled village council meeting set for Monday evening.Butler's resignation letter, which he called "involuntary" in the first line, said in part: "in light of the current state of the village administration and its treatment of me as chief of police, I feel
  • Crestline police chief, accused of dereliction of duty, resigns ahead of council meeting

    CRESTLINE -- Crestline police chief Joseph Butler resigned Monday morning after serving the city for 18 years.Butler, who recently came under fire for videoing conversations with people while off duty, had been placed on leave. There was a scheduled village council meeting set for Monday evening.Butler's resignation letter, which he called "involuntary" in the first line, said in part: "in light of the current state of the village administration and its treatment of me as chief of police, I feel
  • WATCH: Urban Meyer press conference | Ohio State vs. Michigan week

    COLUMBUS -- Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer is addressing the media Monday morning from the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.Meyer is expected to discuss last Saturday's overtime win over Maryland in his weekly briefing -- but much of the focus is sure to be on the upcoming matchup against That Team Up North.Ohio State takes on Michigan in "The Game" Saturday at Ohio Stadium. The winner will take on Northwestern in the Big Ten title game and keep their hopes alive for a spot in the College
  • Ohio Legislators Consider Bill that Could Limit Right to Protest

    Last week, the Ohio Senate held a committee hearing on a bill that opponents say could limit the right to protest. Senate Bill 250, called “Protect critical infrastructure facilities from mischief,” would make it a more serious and expensive crime to trespass or cause property damage to oil and gas pipelines and other industry infrastructure. […]
  • Former Columbus police sergeant pleads guilty in child porn case

    COLUMBUS -- A former public information officer with the Columbus Division of Police pleaded guilty to child pornography charges Monday.Dean Worthington pleaded guilty to four charges involving the downloading and uploading of child pornography to his personal cell phone and to a Tumblr blog. Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien said the social networking website provided a tip to law enforcement after Worthington uploaded an image of child pornography in March.Monday, in front of Frankl
  • Girl, 2, run over in YMCA parking lot after leaving mom

    HAVERFORD, Pa. (AP) — A toddler was run over and killed in a YMCA parking lot after wandering away from her mother.The incident occurred on Saturday at the Haverford Area YMCA.The 2-year-old walked away and sat down in a parking space, and a motorist pulled in and didn't see her. She was rushed to Lankenau Hospital but couldn't be saved.The girl's name hasn't been released, and police say no charges have been filed against the driver, who remained at the scene.The Philadelphia Inquirer rep
  • Police say woman fatally shot as husband was cleaning gun

    Police say an upstate New York woman was killed in an apparent accident when a shot discharged as her husband was cleaning his gun.New York state police say 34-year-old Ashley Rosenbrock was shot Thursday night in her home in Corinth. She was pronounced dead at Saratoga Hospital.Police said Saturday that Rosenbrock's 35-year-old husband, Eric Rosenbrock, was "performing maintenance" on his legally owned handgun when it went off.The investigation is ongoing and no charges have been filed.The Post
  • Christmas comes early for Pickerington boy battling cancer

    PICKERINGTON -The Sycamore Creek Elementary School community was busy putting up lights on Sunday. A firetruck totally decked out in Christmas lights rolled down the street. People sang Christmas carols and Santa himself made a trip from the North Pole.It was part of a big celebration to bring Christmas to a Pickerington boy a little early.Deany Bandavanis is battling a rare brain cancer called DIPG.The seven-year-old boy is fighting to see the holiday, so his mother wanted to bring him Christma
  • Trump says 'no reason' for him to hear Khashoggi death tape

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said there is no reason for him to listen to a recording of the "very violent, very vicious" killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, which has put him in a diplomatic bind: how to admonish Riyadh for the slaying yet maintain strong ties with a close ally.Trump, in an interview that aired Sunday, made clear that the audio recording, supplied by the Turkish government, would not affect his response to the Oct. 2 killing of Khashoggi, a columnist
  • Nissan chairman to be dismissed for misconduct

    Nissan Motor Co.'s high-flying chairman Carlos Ghosn is to be dismissed after the company said an internal investigation found he under-reported his income by millions of dollars and engaged in other "significant misconduct."The Japanese broadcaster NHK said Ghosn was arrested Monday after he voluntarily submitted to questioning by Tokyo prosecutors. The prosecutors office did not confirm that.The Yokohama-based company, one of the world's largest automakers, said the violations were discovered
  • Men convicted of Kansas bomb plot try to bar Somali videos

    A federal judge is due to hear arguments about whether to allow victim impact statements from Somali immigrants at the sentencing hearing for three Kansas militia members convicted of plotting to bomb a mosque and an apartment complex where the immigrants live.The hearing is scheduled to take place Monday before U.S. District Judge Eric Melgren in Wichita.Attorneys for Patrick Stein, Gavin Wright and Curtis Allen contend that the immigrants aren't victims because no one was hurt. Prosecutors say
  • Dallas woman who went to Mexico for plastic surgery now in hospice

    A Dallas real estate agent who traveled to a clinic in Mexico in October for several plastic surgery procedures and returned to the U.S. on life support with brain damage was moved to hospice care late Friday night, according to a statement on her sister's Facebook page.The statement from Laura Avila's sister, Angie Avila, addressed to "family and friends" said, "Based on the recommendation of Laura's physicians, and after hours of agony and consideration, our family moved Laura to a more comfor
  • Sentencing set for man after guilty plea in family killings

    A Colorado man is set to be sentenced Monday after pleading guilty to murdering his pregnant wife and their two young daughters and dumping their bodies on an oil work site.Christopher Watts pleaded guilty on Nov. 6 to three charges of murder in the deaths of his wife, Shanann Watts, and their young daughters. He also pleaded guilty to two counts of murdering a child, one count of unlawful termination of a pregnancy and three counts of tampering with a deceased human body.Prosecutors have said t
  • A few honorary Oscars firsts at this year's Governors Awards

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Steven Spielberg teased Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall about the beginnings of their relationship, actress Cicely Tyson brought more than a few people to tears while proudly clutching her Oscar and publicist Marvin Levy sang a few lines from "Hamilton" to an audience that included Lin-Manuel Miranda at a lively Governors Awards Sunday night in Los Angeles.The event honoring the careers of film industry legends Tyson, Levy and composer Lalo Schifrin brought some of H
  • Rain could hinder search for victims of California wildfire

    PARADISE, Calif. (AP) — The search for remains of victims of the devastating Northern California wildfire has taken on new urgency as rain in the forecast could complicate those efforts while also bringing relief to firefighters on the front lines.Up to 400 people fanned out Sunday to search the ash and rubble where homes once stood before flames roared through the Sierra foothills town of Paradise and surrounding communities, killing at least 77 people in the deadliest U.S. wildfire in a
  • Israel avoids early elections as coalition is kept intact

    JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel avoided early elections after a key coalition partner in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government said on Monday that he would not withdraw his party, keeping the coalition intact despite a crisis triggered by a violent flare-up with Gaza militants.Education Minister Naftali Bennett said his hard-line, pro-settler Jewish Home party would give Netanyahu another chance to address the security challenges facing Israel, listing off threats from Gaza and Lebanon, a

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