• Three trucks destroyed in fire at Grove City public service building

    Three snow removal vehicles were destroyed during a fire at a public service building in Grove City Saturday morning. The fire was at the Public Service Center, in the 3200 block of Ventura Boulevard.According to the Grove City service director, the fire started in one of the barns where trucks are stored, and three city trucks were destroyed. He said, however, the city will be able to make do.Neighbors in the area said they heard loud booms according to a 10TV news crew on the scene.The service
  • UC to pay former officer more than $300K in back pay, legal fees

    CINCINNATI, Ohio – Former University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing will receive more than $300,000 in back pay and legal fees from the school according to an agreement released Thursday.In July 2015, Tensing was charged with murder and voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of Sam DuBose.Two juries were not able to reach a verdict in the case – which led to two mistrials before the charges were dropped.The Fraternal Order of Police filed a grievance on behalf of Tens
  • Stocks dive on trade war fears after China sanctions

    NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks plunged Thursday after the Trump administration slapped sanctions on goods and investment from China. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped more than 700 points as investors feared that trade tensions between the world's largest economies would escalate.The planned sanctions include tariffs on $48 billion worth of Chinese imports as well as restrictions on Chinese investments. Trump said he's taking those steps in response to theft of American technology, and the
  • Thank Yoga Studio Launches Playful Rebrand

    “For me yoga isn’t life, yoga is the thing that makes life better. It’s the icing, not the cake,” says Melissa Petty, owner of the recently rebranded Thank Yoga studio tucked behind the storefronts at 29 East 5th Avenue near the Short North and Italian Village. “I don’t want you to look at your practice […]
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  • Clinton Township officer fires gun during chase; 2 arrested

    Two people have been arrested after a brief pursuit with police where one officer fired his weapon.According to Clinton Township Police Chief Michael H. Jones, police noticed a U-Haul van that was stolen in the 3700 block of Cleveland Avenue.The officer was able to pull the vehicle over and Jones said the people in the van cooperated with the officer at first.When the officer tried to open the driver’s side door so the driver could get out, Jones said the person behind the wheel drove away
  • Forecast: Clear skies and cool temperatures.

    This Evening: Clear skies and cool.
    Tonight: Mostly clear and cold. 25 W 5-10 mph
    Tomorrow: Mostly sunny but cool. 43 NW 5-10 mph
    Saturday: Chance for a mix of light rain & snow showers. Not much accumulation expected. 38 E 5-10 mph
    Sunday: Becoming partly cloudy and a little milder. Mid 40sWeather Resources: Interactive Radar | Weather Warnings | Live Radar | School closings, delaysA c;ear and cool evening and nighttime ahead as high pressure dominates our weather. We’ll drop into the
  • Drug laced with bug spray has zombie-like effects

    A street drug that contains bug spray is taking a toll on drug users in Indianapolis.Officials say they are seeing a big spike in overdoses from KD drug.Emergency responders said users act like they’re zombies on the drug."We describe it as being like a zombie. They cannot talk to us," Indianapolis Fire Department Capt. Chris Major said.Crews found one man crawling in the grass, unresponsive and struggling to breathe after they say he overdosed on the drug."Their movements are very slow, l
  • Mega Weekend – A Weekend of Film, A Spring Powwow, and More!

    Spring is here, whether the weather complies or not, and Columbus has a myriad of events to mark the occasion! Don’t forget to submit your upcoming events on our events page, sign up for the MegaWeekend newsletter, and enter to win tickets to X Ambassadors, Wolf Alice, The Gluten Free Food Allergy Festival, ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, and […]
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  • 12-year-old arrested after reported carjacking in northeast Columbus

    A 12-year-old boy has been arrested after reportedly carjacking a woman at gunpoint in northeast Columbus.According to Columbus police, the incident happened just after midnight on Wednesday.A woman was sitting in her vehicle in the 800 block of East 5th Avenue when the 12-year-old boy came up to her car and told her to get out while pointing a gun at her.The woman got out of the vehicle and the boy got in.Police were able to quickly locate the vehicle and the boy fled from officers before crash
  • Erin Upchurch to be New Executive Director of Kaleidoscope Youth Center

    Kaleidoscope Youth Center (KYC), a local nonprofit benefiting LGBTQ+ youth and their allies, has found new leadership in Erin Upchurch, MSSA, LISW-S. As new Executive Director of KYC, Upchurch succeeds former executive director Amy Eldridge, who resigned last year. Upchurch will begin her new role on April 1. “I’m incredibly excited to be joining the […]
  • OSU Seeking Developer for Hotel at 15th and High

    A new storm sewer has been installed underneath North High Street and a six-story apartment building with a ground-floor Target is set to open this summer, but there hasn’t been much new to report about the centerpiece of the 15th and High plan – a large boutique hotel that will look out onto a new […]
  • Alternative Fashion Mob Celebrates Six Years of Alternative Fashion Week

    Alternative Fashion Mob, a collection of fashion designers and industry professionals, will kick off the sixth annual Alternative Fashion Week on March 10 with inclusive fashion-centric programming through the 25th. As with every year, Alternative Fashion Mob says its goal is to showcase “beauty in all shapes, sizes, and looks” with the week’s events. The […]
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  • Columbus metro now bigger than Cleveland metro

    Tick off another demographic win for central Ohio: New census estimates released Thursday say the growing Columbus metro area now has more people than the Cleveland metro area. Comparing the cities within their borders, Columbus has long been the bigger city.
  • Rare Baseball Films Returns to the Wex

    Springtime is finally rearing its sunny head, and the Wexner Center for the Arts is celebrating the way a lot of Midwesterners do: with sports. Somewhere inside a cluster of sports-themed programming (Expanding the Field: Sports and Culture, The Nation’s Finest, Lady Wrestler) sits that shiny gem we’ve been missing, Rare Baseball Films: The Newsreels. […]
  • Forecast: Bright skies but still chilly out

    This Afternoon: Lots of sun but brisk & chilly out.High 43.Winds: NW 7-13 mph.
    Tonight: Mostly clear, calm and cold.Low 23.Winds: Light NW
    Tomorrow: More sunshine, not as brisk but still below average.High 44.Winds: NW 4-8 mph.
    Saturday: Rain/snow mix, mainly during the day.Colder.High 37Weather Resources: Interactive Radar | Weather Warnings | Live Radar | School closings, delaysEnjoy the nice & sunny afternoon ahead.It’s a little chilly out but it’s miles ahead of the weath
  • TV personality known for playing Bozo the Clown dies at 89

    BOSTON (AP) — Longtime Boston television personality and entertainer Frank Avruch, who was the star of the popular children's TV program "Bozo the Clown," has died. He was 89.Avruch died Tuesday at his Boston home from heart disease, his family said in a statement to WCVB-TV .Avruch played Bozo the Clown from 1959 to 1970, a clown character particularly popular in the U.S. in the 1960s because of widespread franchising in television. Avruch became the first nationally-syndicated Bozo the C
  • Auditor's preliminary finding: CCS violated law in superintendent search

    COLUMBUS -- The Columbus Board of Education violated a law when it conducted its search for a new superintendent, according to the preliminary findings of Ohio Auditor Dave Yost."I write today to inform you that, while our investigation is still ongoing, our preliminary investigative work has confirmed that the Board of Education acted in violation of ORC 121.22, the Open Meetings Law, and any decisions made are void ab initio as a matter of law," according to a letter sent by Yost to the board'
  • Wolf’s Ridge Brewing Will Add Event Space This Year

    Wolf’s Ridge Brewing is on the road to expansion. The five-year-old brewery and taproom is absorbing the adjacent 700 square foot space on the northern side of their building. The first week of April, work will begin to build out an event room and kitchen. An opening is expected by late fall. The space itself […]
  • U.S. Census: Columbus metro bigger than that of Cleveland, gaining on Cincinnati

    COLUMBUS -- New census estimates released Thursday show the Columbus metro area now has more people than the Cleveland metro area.The Columbus metro area, which includes 10 counties within commuting distance of the city, has surpassed that of Cleveland by about 20,000 people. The 2017 estimates show the Columbus metro area with 2,078,725 people. That's compared to the Cleveland metro area with 2,058,844 people.Still, Cincinnati’s metro area still has about 100,000 more people with an estim
  • Man killed in Hocking County crash Thursday morning

    ATHENS, Ohio - A man was killed Thursday in a single-vehicle crash in Hocking County, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol.The crash occurred on CR-17 around 4:30 a.m. Authorities identified the victim as Jason V. Cassells, 47, of Nelsonville, Ohio.OHSP says Cassells was traveling south when he failed to negotiate a curve and crossed the center line. He then corrected and drove off the right side of the roadway.The car struck an embankment and overturned before striking a tree. OHSP says C
  • Ohio’s Own: Hummavore Hummus

    For Fox Hollow Garden, aka “Hummavore,” hummus is serious business. So serious, that this past winter it dedicated itself to the lone task of making and selling hummus — lots and lots of hummus. Of course, a line-up consisting of only hummus doesn’t have to be boring. A chip dip can have many variations when […]
  • Making Buckeye Lake a Destination by 2030

    A collaborative effort is underway to transform the shores of Buckeye Lake into a year-round tourism destination that will serve as a premier getaway for those in central Ohio and throughout the region. “When the governor and legislature decided to fix the Buckeye Lake dam in a way that would be good for the next […]
  • Power outage reported throughout downtown Columbus

    COLUMBUS - Columbus police say a power throughout portions of downtown Columbus was caused by four substations that went down Thursday morning.Columbus State Community College, Franklin University, Columbus Division of Police Headquarters and The Riffe Center were among locations impacted by the outage. All have since reported that their power has been restored.Thank you everyone for your patience during the power outage. A LARGE portion of downtown including the courthouse and the Short North w
  • I-71 North closed due to a crash in north Columbus

    COLUMBUS - A two-vehicle crash has closed I-71 north between E. North Broadway and Cooke Road, according to Columbus Police.Police said the collision happened around 7:30 a.m. Thursday.One person was taken to Riverside in critical condition.The roadway is expected to remain closed until the police get an update on the condition of the person injured.Stay with 10TV and 10TV.com on this developing story.
  • 1 critical after crash on I-71 in north Columbus

    COLUMBUS - One person was injured Thursday morning in a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 71 in north Columbus.The northbound lanes of the interstate was closed between E. North Broadway and Cooke Road. It has since reopened. Police said the collision happened around 7:30 a.m. One person was taken to Riverside in critical condition.Stay with 10TV and 10TV.com on this developing story.
  • Trump: 'Crazy' Biden would go down crying if he assaulted me

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is lashing out at Joe Biden for wanting to "beat the hell out of him," saying the former vice president "would go down fast and hard, crying all the way."The Republican president tweeted Thursday: "Crazy Joe Biden is trying to act like a tough guy. Actually, he is weak, both mentally and physically, and yet he threatens me, for the second time, with physical assault. He doesn't know me, but he would go down fast and hard, crying all the way. Don't t
  • YouTube tightens restrictions on firearm videos

    SAN BRUNO, Calif. (AP) — YouTube has tightened its restrictions on firearms videos.The video-serving network owned by Google is banning videos that provide instructions on how to make a firearm, ammunition, high-capacity magazines, and accessories such as bump stocks and silencers.The ban includes showing viewers how to install the accessories or modifications. YouTube also prohibits content about the sale of guns or firearm accessories.The policy comes weeks after a mass shooting at a Flo
  • Ashland University women's basketball team advances to the Division II finals

    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - The number one seed Ashland University (AU) women's basketball team advanced to the Division II finals last night after they beat Indiana University-Pennsylvania (IUP).AU beat IUP 92-68 at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.They are going into the National Championships with a 36-0 record.AU won titles in 2013 and 2017.They play again Friday night at 8 p.m. against Central Missouri (a number ten seed) on CBS Sports Network.
  • Officials to turn over Prince investigative files to family

    Prosecutors in the county where Prince was found dead have agreed to provide his siblings with investigative documents so the family can determine whether civil litigation is warranted, according to a stipulation filed in court Wednesday.The siblings and their attorneys must keep the information confidential, or could be held in contempt of court, the agreement says. A judge hasn't yet signed off on it, according to court records, but that's typically a formality when both sides agree.Prince was
  • Trump to punish China on trade as US companies fear backlash

    Farmers, electronics retailers and other U.S. businesses are bracing for a backlash as President Donald Trump targets China for stealing American technology or pressuring U.S. companies to hand it over.The administration is expected Thursday to slap trade sanctions on China, perhaps including restrictions on Chinese investment and tariffs on as much as $60 billion worth of Chinese products.Dozens of industry groups sent a letter last weekend to Trump warning that "the imposition of sweeping tari

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