• Ohio police officer dies after being struck by pickup truck

    An Ohio police officer has died after being hit by a vehicle while on duty.The crash happened around 11 p.m. Friday in front of a bike shop in the 7600 block of Colerain Avenue.Colerain Township police say Officer Dale Woods was struck by a pickup while responding to that crash that snapped a utility pole in half.Woods passed away three days later at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. He was 46 years old.Woods spent 15 years with the Colerain Township Police Department.Columbus Divisio
  • Colin Kaepernick, Eric Reid settle collusion lawsuits with NFL

    NEW YORK (AP) — Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid have settled collusion lawsuits against the NFL.In a three-sentence statement released Friday, the NFL said:"For the past several months, counsel for Mr. Kaepernick and Mr. Reid have engaged in an ongoing dialogue with representatives of the NFL. As a result of those discussions, the parties have decided to resolve the pending grievances. The resolution of this matter is subject to a confidentiality agreement so there will be no further commen
  • Cyborgs, Death Days and Romance Blooms at the Movies

    Weird Valentine’s weekend at the multiplex. We have slasher sequels and Young Adult dystopias, mainly, although we do have a RomCom that wants you to be OK loving RomComs. Not into it? Can we interest you in some bare knuckle brawling? Alita: Battle Angel by Hope Madden Cyberpunk comes to the big screen in the […]
  • FDA approves new heart device that can treat the smallest babies

    Each year nearly 12,000 very low birthweight babies are born with a common heart defect that needs immediate attention.Now the FDA has approved a new device that can treat the tiniest babies.Twins Irie and Judah Felkner from Columbus were both 12 weeks early. Irie, born at just 1 pound 13 ounces, had a heart defect known as a patent ductus arteriosus (PDA). “I was honestly truly scared that we were not going to bring her home,” their mother Crissa Felkner said.A PDA is a potentially
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  • Concert Preview & Interview: Anderson East

    Anderson East was the first musician I interviewed after I started my tenure with CU in 2015. He had just released his outstanding debut album for Elektra, Delilah, and was on his way to Columbus on his first major national tour with The Lone Bellow. He was kind, humble, and wonderstruck by his escalating success. […]
  • Personal info exposed after Ohio sends wrong tax forms to thousands

    COLUMBUS -- Thousands of letters were sent by the state to those who qualify for unclaimed funds, but the letters were sent to the wrong people. About a third of them included personal information including social security numbers, according to the state."Due to a processing error, approximately 9,000 consumers were mailed forms that were inaccurate," according to a Department of Commerce news release. "Inaccurate information may include:Amount of interest paid and Personal information."The stat
  • Trump says he'll declare national emergency, plans to spend $8 billion on border barriers

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump announced Friday that he will declare a national emergency to fulfill his pledge to construct a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.Trump said he will use executive powers to bypass Congress, which approved far less money for his proposed wall than he had sought. He plans to siphon billions of dollars from federal military construction and counterdrug efforts for the wall. The move is already drawing bipartisan criticism on Capitol Hill and expected t
  • Trump declares national emergency to get $8 billion for wall

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Battling with one branch of government and opening a new confrontation with another, President Donald Trump announced Friday he was declaring a national emergency to fulfill his pledge to construct a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.Bypassing Congress, which approved far less money for his proposed wall than he had sought, Trump said he would use executive action to siphon billions of dollars from federal military construction and counterdrug efforts for the wall, aides
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  • WWE Smackdown Live is coming back to Columbus in April

    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- For the first time in four years, Smackdown Live is returning to Columbus.The WWE live show will be at the Schottenstein Arena on Tuesday, April 30.Tickets, starting at $20, go on sale Friday, Feb. 22 at 10 a.m. at the Schottenstein Center box office or ticketmaster.com.The lineup includes: WWE Champion Daniel Bryan with Rowan vs AJ StylesSmackdown women's champion Asuka vs Charlote Flair vs Becky LynchRandy Orton, Rey Mysterio, The New Day
  • 3 killed following crash in west Columbus

    COLUMBUS - Columbus Police are investigating a crash that killed three people in west Columbus.Authorities are unsure of the time of the crash as someone discovered it overnight at the intersection of Trabue Road and McKinley Avenue.McKinley Avenue and Trabue Road are currently closed in both directions.Stay with 10TV and 10Tv.com on this developing story.
  • 3 dead in west Columbus crash overnight

    COLUMBUS - Columbus Police are investigating a crash that killed three people in west Columbus.Authorities said the crash was reported at 7:30 a.m. when someone spotted a vehicle on a railroad track off of the intersection at McKinley Avenue and Trabue Road.Upon arrival, police found the bodies of three males outside of a maroon SUV. Investigators on the scene believe the SUV was traveling at a high rate of speed and lost control causing the vehicle to flip and all three were ejected from the SU
  • It's a girl! Berlin zoo's baby polar bear has 1st checkup

    BERLIN — Berlin's Tierpark zoo says its latest baby polar bear is "a perky, strong girl."Keepers and vets were able to separate the 11-week old bear from mother Tonja for the first time to conduct a medical checkup, during which they also determined the cub's sex.The zoo said Friday that the as yet unnamed bear weighs 8.5 kilograms (18.7 pounds) and is 61 centimeters (24 inches) from head to tail.Tonja's last two cubs died within months of birth and keepers caution that the mortality rate
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  • Ohio couple who bought Showboat Majestic hope to restore it

    CINCINNATI— An Ohio couple who already own a different riverboat say they can restore the Showboat Majestic to its former glory following their recent purchase of the boat.Joe and Cortnee Brumley bought the boat from Cincinnati last week for a high bid of $110,100. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports the couple plans to move the nation's last floating theater upriver to Manchester.In 2017, the couple bought the CT McFarland, which they plan to rename the Atta Boy II — named after the tug
  • Doctor: Millions of people have eyelash mites and don't even know it

    COLUMBUS, Ohio - If you've never heard of eyelash mites you're not alone. However, doctors say millions of people have them but don't even know it.Eyelash mites, also known as Demodex Mites, are microscopic parasites that live along the base and lid of eyelashes. Dr. Alice Epitropoulos, with Ophthalmic Surgeons & Consultants, said eyelash mites are incredibly common. They're passed from person to person and they feed on the mucus and oils that people tend to secrete from pores. They like fac
  • Illinois tops Ohio State 63-56 for first road win

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Trent Frazier had 15 points and Ayo Dosunmu buried a key 3-pointer with 29 seconds remaining as Illinois held off Ohio State 63-56 Thursday for its fourth win in a row.Dosunmu also scored 15 points and Giorgi Bezhanishvili added 13 for the Illini (10-15, 6-8 Big Ten), who won their first true road game of the season.The loss snapped a three-game win streak for the Buckeyes (16-8, 6-7), who committed 18 turnovers leading to 14 Illini points.Dosunmu made two free throws to g
  • Man proposes to girlfriend in Dublin after caricature surprise on Valentine's Day

    Any other day, seeing Chewbacca stroll down the sidewalk, holding balloons and speaking Wookie would need to be explained.But, on Valentine's Day, no explanation is needed.Stephanie Willet works for Awesome Family Entertainment. One of the things the Columbus-based company does is deliver well-wishes, love and smiles to the unexpected. Stephanie Willet, with Awesome Family Entertainment, delivers Valentine's Day surprises dressed as Chewbacca.
    She was delivering Valentine's Day surprises all ove
  • Local vigil remembers those killed in Parkland, Florida

    One year ago Thursday, 17 people were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School when a former student came inside and opened fire.People came together on Ohio State University's campus to talk about those lost and how to prevent another school shooting.“It is definitely very emotional, brings up what I was feeling that day. It seems like it was only yesterday. It was a very vivid day for me,” said Brianne Kimmet.She graduated for Stoneman Douglas High School in 2014 and now atte
  • Ohio trooper, others injured after semi crashes into cruiser

    An Ohio trooper and others were hurt after a semi struck the cruiser, the Ohio State Highway Patrol said Thursday.A trooper was investigating a crash on I-77 in Stark County when a semi crashed into their cruiser.OSHP says the trooper and those involved in the previous crashed were injured but are expected to be okay.Now, OSHP is reminding drivers to move over if they see a stationary public safety vehicle with its lights on.
  • 16-year-old killed in head-on crash in Knox County

    A 16-year-old boy was killed in a two-vehicle crash Thursday in Knox County, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol.OSHP said 16-year-old Joel Mullett of Gambier was killed when his vehicle collided head-on with a Ford F-150 pickup truck at approximately 2:16 p.m. on Lower Gambier Road in Pleasant Township.The driver of the pickup truck was transported to Knox Community Hospital for minor injuries.Authorities say alcohol and drugs are not believed to be a factor and seatbelts were used.The c
  • Police looking for missing 11-year-old last seen in south Columbus

    COLUMBUS, Ohio - Columbus police are looking for 11-year-old Keon Pleasant Jr.Police said Pleasant was last seen in the area of Siebert Street and Rheinhard Avenue near 22nd Street in south Columbus.Police said he ran away from his home around 4:15 p.m. Thursday.He was last seen wearing a light blue uniform shirt and black pants.He has brown eyes and black hair in short braids.Pleasant is 5-feet 5-inches tall and weighs 110 pounds.If anyone has any information, they are asked to call Columbus po
  • Ohio woman charged after dog received by animal rescue in emaciated condition

    BUTLER COUNTY, Ohio — An Ohio woman is charged after an animal rescue received a dog so emaciated they had to report it to authorities.The Butler County Dog Wardens received word of the dog’s condition and investigated. They found the dog was turned over to animal rescue by its owner, 27-year-old Ashley Kubilus, of Middletown.The Butler County Sheriff’s Office says Kubilus told the dog warden she had the dog for approximately two years and couldn’t care for it appropriate
  • Mom demands answers after middle school student allegedly assaulted in bathroom

    A Zanesville mother is demanding answers after she says her 7th-grade son was assaulted and urinated on in the school bathroom.Robin Galigher says her son, a 7th grader at Zanesville Middle School, was assaulted by three boys in the school bathroom.“On Friday, I got a call from Jacob. He asked me to come and get him because he was shoved into a urinal and someone had peed on him,” she said.Jacob says after being roughed up and then shoved into a school bathroom, one of the boys peed
  • Ohio State issues warning after reports of students possibly being drugged off campus

    COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State University issued a safety notice Thursday after reports of possible “criminal drugging” off-campus.The university said in the notice that the occurrences reportedly happened at parties and bars off-campus.The school reminded all students to take precautions:Party responsiblyDo not ingest unsealed beveragesDo not set drinks down or leave them unattendedReport suspicious activity to police
    If anyone has any information, they are asked to call Ohio
  • Troopers find cocaine hidden in boxes of Lunchables in northwest Ohio

    The Ohio State Highway Patrol seized cocaine that was hidden in Lunchables boxes during a traffic stop in northwest Ohio.On February 5, troopers stopped a rented Ford F-150 with Florida registration for speeding and unsafe lane change violations on the Ohio Turnpike.OSHP says criminal indicators were observed and the driver was asked to exit the vehicle.During a consensual pat-down, a loaded .380 handgun was located on the driver.A probable cause search of the vehicle revealed the four pounds of
  • Decontamination room comes to new Delaware firehouse, aims to reduce cancer in firefighters

    The city of Delaware just put in a state-of-the-art decontamination room in its new firehouse. This is a practice that departments everywhere are moving toward.The Columbus Firefighters Local 67 said plans on the new firehouse were redrawn to include decontamination measures but more needs to be done, especially with the old stations.“We have to retroactively get these firehouses outfitted with contamination control,” said Local 67 Vice President Steve Stein. “Within the fire s
  • 'We are all hurting': Families of Mount Carmel patients say they’re reliving loved ones’ deaths

    COLUMBUS – Some of them have only vague memories of Dr. William Husel.Others have sharp, vivid recollections of the man who they say told them their loved ones were dying and recommended that they remove life support.Some thought their loved ones died of natural causes.Now they have doubts after receiving phone calls from the hospital saying their loved ones were given too much pain medication.In their first interview in a group setting, the families of six Mount Carmel patients spoke to 1
  • “We are all hurting” families of Mount Carmel patients say they’re reliving loved ones’ deaths

    COLUMBUS – Some of them have only vague memories of Dr. William Husel.Others have sharp, vivid recollections of the man who they say told them their loved ones were dying and recommended that they remove life support.Some thought their loved ones died of natural causes.Now they have doubts after receiving phone calls from the hospital saying their loved ones were given too much pain medication.In their first interview in a group setting, the families of six Mount Carmel patients spoke to 1
  • Planned Parenthood sues Ohio over abortion method ban

    Planned Parenthood and Women's Med Center of Dayton have filed a lawsuit against the state of Ohio over a recently-signed abortion method ban, Planned Parenthood announced Thursday.Senate Bill 145, signed by former Governor John Kasich in December, outlaws dilation and evacuation abortions, which is a common method into the second trimester of pregnancy.In a statement, Planned Parenthood says this ban would restrict doctors from making medical decisions based on what is best for their patients.
  • Student arrested after loaded gun confiscated at Northland High School

    COLUMBUS, Ohio - A student at Northland High School was arrested and charged after he was found with a gun at school on Thursday, according to Columbus police.Police said a teacher overheard a conversation about a student giving another student a gun to hold onto.The teacher contacted the school resource officer who confiscated the gun, which was a loaded 380 Cobra.Police said the student who originally brought the gun to school, a 17-year-old junior, was arrested and charged with bringing a gun
  • McConnell: Trump to sign bill, declare emergency on border

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says President Donald Trump has indicated he's prepared to sign the government funding bill and issue a national emergency on the border.McConnell said Thursday the Senate will soon vote on the bill that's needed to avoid a partial federal shutdown Friday.The comprise measure keeps departments running through the fiscal year but without the $5.7 billion Trump wanted for the border wall with Mexico.The House is also expected to vote on the bill later Thursda

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