• Firefighters on scene of car fire in a garage in east Columbus

    COLUMBUS - The Columbus Division of fire is investigating a car fire in east Columbus.Battalion Chief Martin said crews responded just after 6 a.m. in the 2500 block of Berwick Boulevard. The car fire started in the garage and spread to parts of the house.Chief Martin told 10TV there were no injuries reported and the Red Cross is helping assist two adults.An investigator is headed to the scene to determine the cause of the fire.
  • Columbus Makes Art Presents: Rachel Esposito at the German Village Art Crawl

    Rachel Esposito is a CCAD alumni who studied illustration and art history. Her work is largely watercolor and ink-based inspired by fairytales, mythical themes, macabre and feminine forms. Rachael is participating in the 2018 German Village Art Crawl, Saturday, July 21 from 4-9 p.m. in Macon Alley. We caught up with her to chat about […]
  • Indiana statewide AMBER ALERT declared for 9-year-old boy

    Indiana State Police are looking for a 9-year-old boy missing from South Bend.According to WTHR, a statewide AMBER Alert was issued early Thursday morning for 9-year-old John D. Gyuriak of South Bend. He's described as a white male, 4 feet 1 inches tall and 70 pounds. He has brown hair, brown eyes and has a scar over his right eye.He was last seen wearing a red, Chicago Bulls jersey with 'Rose #1' on the back and a black Under Armour athletic shorts with a white stripe. He was last seen last nig
  • Authorities: Missing Indiana 9-year-old, mom found safe

    SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Authorities in northern Indiana say a 9-year-old boy has been found safe after being abducted by his mother, who doesn't have custody.Jessica McBrier, a spokeswoman for the St. Joseph County prosecutor's office, says John D. Gyuriak and 29-year-old Areca Nicole Gyuriak were found Thursday morning at a gas station in South Bend. She says additional details about the case are expected to be released later.Indiana State Police issued a statewide Amber Alert earlier in
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  • Officials: California baby dies from whooping cough

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California health officials say an infant has died from whooping cough — the first such infant death in the state since 2016.The Department of Public Health said Tuesday that the baby was from San Bernardino County but didn't provide any other details.Two infants died of the disease in 2016.Whooping cough, also known as pertussis, is a highly contagious respiratory ailment that can spread through coughing.Dr. Karen Smith, director of the state health departm
  • Ohio owner of American flag company indicted on tax charge

    The owner of an Ohio company that makes American flags has been charged for failing to forward more than $160,000 in payroll taxes to the Internal Revenue Service.The U.S. Attorney's Office in Cleveland says 51-year-old Richard Spencer was indicted on 15 employment tax-related counts Wednesday.Prosecutors say Spencer controls a company called RS Sewing in Canton and classified some workers as independent contractors even though they are required to clock in and out and receive hourly wages. It's
  • Russia slams proposal to question Trump summit translator

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russian politicians are rallying behind Vladimir Putin and denouncing American suggestions that the translator at his meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump be interrogated about what they discussed privately.Russia's ambassador to the U.S., Anatoly Antonov, expressed hope Thursday that "the verbal agreements between Putin and Trump will be fulfilled." Russian officials worry that domestic turmoil in the U.S. will hamper potential future cooperation on Syria or arms control
  • Ohio's Armstrong Air & Space Museum sets expansion groundbreaking

    The Armstrong Air & Space Museum in western Ohio will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for an expansion to the facility named for astronaut Neil Armstrong.Astronaut Robert Springer and Armstrong's son, Mark Armstrong, will be among the speakers at Friday's groundbreaking in Wapakoneta.Museum officials say the expansion will include a classroom with updated technology and space for educators to film programs that students may access online from any location. The expansion also will include upda
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  • Amid harsh criticism, Trump tries a tougher tone on Russia

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump spent a second day managing the political fallout from his widely criticized meeting with Russia's Vladimir Putin, shifting stances and mopping up what the White House said were misstatements.His toughness with the longtime American foe in question, Trump said Wednesday he told the Russian president face-to-face during Monday's summit to stay out of America's elections "and that's the way it's going to be."That rhetoric marked a turnabout from Trump
  • 2 children apparent victims of shark attack off Fire Island in New York

    TOWN OF ISLIP, N.Y. -- Two children were recovering Wednesday night after officials say they were bitten by a shark off Fire Island, CBS New York reports. The 13-year-old boy was bitten in the water around noon at Atlantique Beach, while the 12-year-old Lola Pollina was bitten around the same time at Sailor Haven Beach. She says the water was so cold she didn't feel anything, but there's little doubt the creature that chomped on her leg was a shark."It was a 10-inch orangey body and then there w
  • Bruce Springsteen surprises audience at Billy Joel concert

    Bruce Springsteen propped himself on top of Billy Joel's piano to sing a duet with The Piano Man, who was celebrating his 100th concert at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night.Joel told the energetic crowd he had a guest coming onstage who has won a Grammy, Oscar and Tony. Springsteen emerged, surprising the feverish and fanatic audience, who loudly cheered "BRUCE.""Congratulations Billy on your 100th show," Springsteen yelled."Ready, Billy?" he asked, as Joel began to play while sitting at
  • Hawaii searches for safe spots for people to see lava

    Stunning images of Hawaii's erupting Kilauea volcano have captivated people around the world. But ironically it's nearly impossible for residents and visitors on the ground to see the lava — a fact that's squeezing the tourism-dependent local economy.Authorities on the Big Island want to set up a lava viewing site to help, but they're finding it difficult to do while keeping people safe.The risks posed by the volcano came into sharp focus this week when lava flowing into the ocean triggere
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  • Man to face federal charges after reportedly shining laser at CPD chopper

    COLUMBUS - Columbus Police arrested a man accused of pointing a laser at the department's helicopter as it flew on the west side of town.The police pilot reported several incidents of laser lights coming into the cockpit in the overnight hours on Thursday morning. Pilots aboard flights at John Glenn International Airport also reported seeing laser lights.Police were able to determine the general area from where they believed the light was coming. Undercover police officers walked on foot in the
  • Dozens injured in a tent collapse at a California military base

    FORT HUNTER LIGGETT, Calif. - Authorities say 22 people have been injured in a tent collapse at a Central California military base.Spokeswoman Amy Phillips at Fort Hunter Liggett says the wind from the rotors of a helicopter that was landing blew over the tent about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday.Phillips says there were 22 injuries, mostly of them minor. She says four people were taken to hospitals. Earlier reports said up to 30 people were injured.Fort Hunter Liggett is in Monterey County, about 170 mile
  • After rescue, Thai soccer boys pray for fortune at temple

    The Thai soccer boys and their coach began their first day back home with their families since they were rescued from a flooded cave with a trip to a Buddhist temple on Thursday to pray for protection from misfortunes.The 11 boys and the coach kneeled and pressed their hands in prayer to the tune of chanting monks. They were joined by relatives and friends at the Wat Pra That Doi Wao temple, overlooking Myanmar on Thailand's northern border.The remaining member of the Wild Boars soccer team &mda
  • 1 person critically injured in south Columbus shooting

    COLUMBUS, Ohio – One person is in critical condition after a shooting in south Columbus, according to Columbus police.Police said officers responded to the 1900 block of Lockbourne Road just after 9 p.m.The victim was found behind a bar and taken to Grant Medical Center.Police said a suspect is not in custody.
  • 1 man critically injured in south Columbus shooting

    COLUMBUS, Ohio – Columbus Police responded to a shooting in the 1900 block of Lockbourne Road Wednesday night.The victim, identified by police as Albert Robinson Jr., suffered a gunshot wound in the neck. He was transported toGrant Medical Center in critical condition and underwent surgery.Witnesses stated an unknown male who was hiding behind a tree fired a single gunshot, striking Robinson. He then fled the area on foot.Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call the
  • 1 teen injured in east side shooting; suspect arrested

    COLUMBUS, Ohio – Columbus police said a 16-year-old boy is being treated for injuries after a shooting on the city’s east side Wednesday night.Officers responded to the 700 block of South Weyant Avenue just before 9 p.m.A teenager was taken to Nationwide Children’s Hospital for injuries to the back. He is expected to survive.Police said the suspects drove from the scene and officers pursued them.The people got out of the vehicle in the area of Miller Avenue and Franklin Avenue
  • 1 injured in east side shooting; suspect arrested

    COLUMBUS, Ohio – Columbus police said a 16-year-old boy is being treated for injuries after a shooting on the city’s east side Wednesday night.Officers responded to the 700 block of South Weyant Avenue just before 9 p.m.A teenager was taken to Nationwide Children’s Hospital for injuries to the back. He is expected to survive.Police said the suspects drove from the scene and officers pursued them.The people got out of the vehicle in the area of Miller Avenue and Franklin Avenue
  • 1 injured in east side shooting; police looking for suspect

    COLUMBUS, Ohio – Columbus police said one person is being treated for injuries after a shooting on the city’s east side Wednesday night.Officers responded to the 700 block of South Weyant Avenue just before 9 p.m.One person was taken to Nationwide Children’s Hospital in what police described as stable condition.Police said the suspects drove from the scene and officers pursued them.The people got out of the vehicle in the area of Miller Avenue and Franklin Avenue which is east
  • Zuckerberg: Holocaust deniers won't be banned from Facebook

    NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says while he finds Holocaust denial "deeply offensive," he doesn't believe that such content should be banned from Facebook.Speaking with Recode's Kara Swisher, Zuckerberg, who is Jewish, said in an interview published Wednesday that he thinks there are things "that different people get wrong." He added that he doesn't think they are "intentionally" getting it wrong. At this point, Swisher cut in and said that in the case of Holocaust deniers,
  • How to make your dollars count instead of just counting your dollars

    COLUMBUS - When it comes to settling on how your family spends and saves, Lawrence Funderburke doesn’t like to use one specific word: budget.“I use the term ‘cash flow management’,” says Funderburke, a certified financial planner who is also the founder of the Lawrence Funderburke Youth Organization (LFYO).LFYO provides innovative and cutting-edge programs to youth and adults across all economic backgrounds.“You don’t really learn about finances at all,&
  • Family says state want 'piece of the pie' as reason for Summer Rays investigation

    Tammy Gollihue speaks highly of her brother, Chuck Kirk. She doesn't believe any money was ever misappropriated by Kirk or his charity, Summer Rays."He's my hero," Tammy Gollihue said. "I've always thought he's a hero. He's amazing what he does. Who else saves lives?"Gollihue speaks highly of her brother, Chuck Kirk. She doesn't believe any money was ever misappropriated by Kirk or his charity, Summer Rays."He's saved hundreds of lives," Golllihue said. "And, it's all self-funded. No taxpayer mo
  • Columbus police investigating after video shows man punching elderly victim

    It's video that's captured a lot of attention. A young man and an older gentleman talking in the Walmart at 3900 Morse Road.All of a sudden, the young man punches the elderly man.The victim is 82-year old James Sanders. The man who hit him is a local hip-hop artist who goes by Pimpin Pat, his actual name is Patrick Brown. Sanders’ family is shocked. They say he suffers from dementia. He was with a caregiver at the time who didn’t witness the actual hit. They don’t know the circ
  • Charity director answers state accusations of abuse, exploitation of sober house residents

    The Attorney General says the charity run by Chuck Kirk abuses and exploits people in need.Last week a court seized the program and dozens of properties from Kirk.Chuck Kirk is the founder of Summer Rays sober living program, Revolve Church andRev Cafe, all in Reynoldsburg.More than 100 people are residents in some 30 homes operated by Summer Rays.The Ohio Attorney General, in court records filed last week, says Kirk and his family financially exploited residents, profited from work the resident
  • Get free McDonald's french fries every Friday in 2018

    McDonald’s will be giving out free French fries every Friday for the rest of the year.The company said customers will be able to get a free order of medium fries every Friday with a minimum $1 purchase through December 30.Customers must download and use the McDonald’s app to get the coupon for the free fries.To see a list of deals available in the app, click here.
  • 25-year-old man dead after crash in Fayette County

    FAYETTE COUNTY -- A 25-year-old man from Lebanon, in southwest Ohio, died when his vehicle ran into the back of a semi Wednesday morning on Interstate 71 in Fayette County.The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office said it is investigating the two-vehicle crash that happened at about 11:15 a.m. near milepost 67.Harry Ector, 25, was driving an International box truck south on I-71 when it collided with the rear of a 2014 Freightliner, operated by a 41-year-old California man.Ector had to be cut ou
  • Columbus murder rate declines from last year

    Columbus police investigated 143 murders in 2017. It was the deadliest on record.Many of the homicides remain unsolved, including a double murder on January 23 in the 3700 of Eakin Road. Caleb Killen and Jawaun Reynolds, who family members say were best friends since elementary school, were shot and killed while sitting in Killen's blue Dodge Charger.The victim's mother told CrimeTracker 10 Caleb was a great kid who played college football in Florida and had secured a job in the banking industry
  • Police searching for suspect in fatal overdose of Dublin teen

    Police are searching for a man wanted in connection with the overdose death of a 17-year-old girl in Grandview earlier this year.Haleah Myers was found in the basement of a home in the 1200 block of Broadview Avenue in March. The Franklin County Coroner confirmed she died of a fentanyl overdose.Grandview police have filed an arrest warrant for 19-year-old Benjamin Bussey for involuntary manslaughter and corrupting another with drugs. Haleah Myers
    According to court documents, Bussey is accused i
  • New Coffee Shop and Event Space Planned for East Franklinton

    Urban Smart Growth (USG), the company behind the 400 West Rich property, are bringing several new developments to their growing block in East Franklinton. A new event center at 435 W. Rich St., a coffee shop at 442 W. Rich St., and an expanded Strongwater Food & Spirits kitchen space will all be revealed by […]

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