• 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
  • State wildlife division to introduce new K-9 program

    COLUMBUS — State officials say Ohio's Division of Wildlife is joining more than 20 states in adopting a wildlife K-9 program.One wildlife officer from each of Ohio's five wildlife districts will become handlers of K-9s in the program. The dogs are trained to detect hidden wild game and other non-game scents like ginseng and gun powder. They will also have the ability to track people and can be used to find lost hunters and people hunting without permission.Three K-9s and their wildlife off
  • Walmart offers way to turn leftover opioids into useless gel

    Walmart is helping customers get rid of leftover opioids by giving them packets that turn the addictive painkillers into a useless gel.The retail giant announced Wednesday that it will provide the packets free with opioid prescriptions filled at its 4,700 U.S. pharmacies.The small packets, made by DisposeRX, contain a powder that is poured into prescription bottles. When mixed with warm water, the powder turns the pills into a biodegradable gel that can be thrown in the trash.Research has shown
  • Columbus Police looking for woman who robbed CVS Pharmacy near Victorian Village

    Columbus Police are asking for your help finding a woman they say robbed a CVS before hitting up a Walgreens shortly after.It happened Tuesday, January 16, at the CVS Pharmacy on Neil Avenue just before 7:00 p.m.
    Police say the woman brandished a box cutter, jumped the pharmacy counter and demanded a specific type of scheduled narcotic medication.Officials say she was wearing a long, grayish "puffy coat" with a red hoodie underneath. She was also wearing a dark toboggan hat, black yoga pants and
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  • Three pulled from house fires in south Columbus

    Three people were pulled from homes on fire in south Columbus Wednesday morning.Three homes are on fire and crews have been battling the blazes since about 5 a.m.According to Battalion Chief Steve Martin with the Columbus Division of Fire, two homes are on fire and two others nearby are being threatened.10TV crews on the scene said as many as four hydrants froze while battling the fire and three people were pulled from houses.Martin said the cold is hampering efforts to extinguish the fire, as f
  • Forecast: Another frigid day

    Today: Another cold day with sun and clouds.High 20.Winds: W 5-10 mph.
    Tonight: Partly cloudy and cold with wind chills near 0.Low 12.Winds: WSW 5-10 mph.
    Tomorrow: Sunshine returns, warmer but windy.High 30.Winds: SW 10-15 mph.
    Friday: Mostly sunny and seasonable.High 38.Winds: SW 5-10 mph.
    Weather Resources: Interactive Radar | Weather Warnings | Live Radar | School closings, delaysSpecial Information: Expect another bitter morning with wind chills near and below 0.Clouds decrease through the
  • Ex-Congressman Dennis Kucinich to launch bid for governor

    FILE - In this Jan. 10, 2015 file photo, Dennis Kucinich arrives at the 4th annual Sean Penn and Friends "Help Haiti Home" Gala at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. Kucinich is preparing to make the ... MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS, Ohio - Former U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich is preparing to make the Democratic primary for Ohio governor a five-way race.
  • Washington State QB Tyler Hilinski found dead

    PULLMAN, Wash. -- Washington State quarterback Tyler Hilinski has died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.The 21-year-old Hilinski was discovered in his apartment after he didn't show up for practice Tuesday. A rifle "was recovered next to Hilinski and a suicide note was found," according to the Pullman Police Department.Hilinski was the presumptive starting quarterback going into next season. He started Washington State's Holiday Bowl loss to Michigan State after Luke Falk was unable
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  • Priority of the plow: The system Columbus crews use to clear roadways

    COLUMBUS -- As Tim Bahen salts the walkway in front of his northeast Columbus home, he says the conditions of the roads in the Creek Ridge subdivision off Sunbury Road are unacceptable.“Sunbury is like walking on a beach,” Bahen said. “You come down here, it’s like walking on stones, and it’s hard to stay afloat.”Inches of slippery, slushy snow covered much of the road, making it difficult to drive.“The folks down in the cul-de-sac, my goodness," he said
  • No. 19 Michigan women top No. 8 Ohio State 84-75

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Hallie Thome scored 27 points and No. 19 Michigan rallied to beat No. 8 Ohio State 84-75 on Tuesday night, handing the Buckeyes their first Big Ten loss.Katelynn Flaherty had 21 points and Nicole Munger added a career-high 20 for Michigan (16-4, 5-2), which trailed by five at halftime. The Wolverines earned their third straight win and avenged an overtime loss to the Buckeyes 10 days ago.Ohio State (16-3, 5-1) shot 36.1 percent (26 for 72) in its first loss since Nov. 30.
  • WATCH: Possible meteor lights up the skies in parts of Ohio, Michigan

    A likely meteor lit up the sky in the Detroit area Tuesday night, according to the National Weather Service.The agency said it is monitoring feeds from astronomical agencies for official confirmation that what was seen was a meteor.There are also reports of seeing the bright light in parts of northern Ohio.The flash was captured on an Ohio Department of Transportation camera in Toledo.What was that? A meteor caught on one of our OHGO cameras in Toledo? @ODOT_Toledo @ODOT_Statewide pic.twitter.co
  • Some of the Columbus community have hopes to start a "sanctuary movement"

    COLUMBUS -- A woman living in sanctuary at a Columbus church is fighting to stay with her family.Edith Espinal is an undocumented immigrant, facing deportation.She and others just like her across the country shared their stories with the community, hoping to start a "sanctuary movement."What happened at Columbus Mennonite Church Tuesday night could be the first step."It's not easy, it's hard because we're up against something that's not for us that wants us out," Ruben Herrera said.Telling their
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  • 1 flown to Columbus hospital after shooting in Newark

    NEWARK, Ohio – One person was flown to the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center with serious injuries after a shooting in Newark Tuesday night, according to Newark Police Chief Barry Connell.Officers responded to the 300 block of Union Street after police received reports of shots fired.Connell said the initial call also indicated it was a possible robbery and one person was taken to the police department for questioning.A second person had minor injuries but Connell said it was not
  • 1 flown to Columbus hospital after reported shooting in Newark

    NEWARK, Ohio – One person was flown to a hospital in Columbus after a shooting in Newark Tuesday night according to the Newark Advocate.Officers responded to the 300 block of Union Street after police received reports of shots fired according to Newark Police Chief Barry Connell.Connell told the Advocate the initial call also indicated it was a possible robbery and one person was taken to the police department for questioning.One person was arrested at the scene after driving through the c
  • Dealer gets six years for supplying fentanyl that killed nursing-home resident

    A Columbus man was sentenced Tuesday to six years in prison after admitting that he supplied the fentanyl that killed a resident at a Whitehall nursing home. Eric Banks, 25, of the Northeast Side, pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and one count of aggravated drug trafficking in the Feb. 10 overdose death of 56-year-old Dale Rogers.
  • Detroit father deported to Mexico after 30 years in U.S.

    A Detroit man who had lived in the U.S. for nearly 30 years has been deported to Mexico.Jorge Garcia came to the U.S. with his family when he was 10 years old. He has no criminal record, pays taxes and has long sought legal status, according to his family. The 39-year-old landscaper was deported on Monday and can't return to the U.S. for a decade.Garcia had faced an order of removal from immigration courts since 2009, but had been granted stays of removal under former President Barack Obama's ad
  • Doctor: Trump is healthy, did very well on cognitive test

    President Donald Trump's overall health "is excellent" and he did "exceedingly well" on cognitive screening designed to detect early signs of memory loss and other neurologic functions, the Navy doctor who performed Trump's medical checkup said Tuesday.Ronny Jackson had issued a blanket declaration that Trump was in "excellent health" after last Friday's exam and promised to provide a fuller readout on Tuesday.He reported that the 6-foot-3 (1.9-meter) president weighed in at 239 pounds (108 kilo
  • Concerns remain about discarded needles; black market trade from needle access program

    Since the city’s needle access program began in 2016, more than 1.9 million clean needles have been distributed to intravenous drug users in the Columbus area.The goal - to curb the spread of disease and get people into treatment.In addition to the needles, more than 1900 drug users have requested Naloxone from the program – up from 811 requests in 2016.The number of people also self-reporting as having Hepatitis C has also increased -- from 523 in 2016 to 1193 reported cases in 2017
  • Chris Bradley returns home after nearly 2 months in hospital

    10TV Chief Meteorologist Chris Bradley is celebrating a homecoming after being released from the OSU Wexner Medical Center after nearly two months.Bradley shared that on Thanksgiving Day he didn’t feel good.“I was tired—really tired—and I when I went in the next day to The James they were like you have a touch of pneumonia,” Bradley said.Turns out that in addition to pneumonia, Bradley was also suffering kidney failure and the leukemia was back. The outlook was so d
  • Dom & Dave: Cavs heading the wrong direction, Steelers out of the playoffs and more

    You've seen them yell at each other in a poorly lit room on a shaky cell phone feed, but now, it's time to step it up.Dom Tiberi and Dave Holmes are teaming up to discuss the top sports stories of the day among other topics.Watch Dom & Dave every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday at 6:45 p.m. on 10TV.com or the 10TV Facebook page.Tuesday, January 16 Topics:Are the Cavs heading in the wrong direction? Is this the end for LeBron in Cleveland...again?The Warriors say they only could get cold water i
  • ECOT parent, teacher upset that online school could be shutting down

    Anna Aquino is like most ECOT parents. She's frustrated that the state wants to close the online school."We keep hearing it's about the kids it's about the kids well if it's about the kids wait until the end of the year we’ve got over 12,000 students what do I do in a year," she says.Aquino has a 6th grader and another in college. Both enrolled in ECOT.She says both children have excelled in this alternative education environment--something she says would not have happened in a traditional
  • Law inspired by serial groper heads to Ohio House

    Some serial sex offenders could soon see more prison time.Tuesday the Ohio House Criminal Justice Committee passed a bill inspired by Lonnie Sturdivant.Sturdivant has a 30-year history of groping women in public.Because his crime, sexual imposition, is a misdemeanor, the toughest sentence he could get was six months in prison, no matter how many times he's convicted.Under House Bill 96, after a third offense, the potential jail time doubles to one year per charge."It's common sense," said Repres
  • First Look: Versa Coworking

    The coworking trend continues in Columbus with the opening of the first Versa location at 1201 Dublin Rd. The shared working space includes opportunities that range in price from $99 per month for access to programming and a mailing address, to $799 plus per month for a private office and various amenities like free coffee […]
  • Hearing held for postal worker accused of killing two superiors

    Legal counsel for a mail carrier facing charges in the pre-Christmas killing of his supervisor and the Dublin postmaster asked Tuesday for an evaluation to determine whether he is competent to stand trial. Federal Public Defender Deborah L. Williams made the request verbally, with plans for a subsequent formal filing, during Deshaune K. Stewart's initial appearance in U.S. District Court in Columbus.
  • Forecast: Frigid again on Wednesday

    This Evening: Partly sunny and chilly. Wind chill values near zero. W wind 5-10 mph.
    Tonight: Mostly cloudy and frigid again. Low 5. W wind around 5 mph.
    Wednesday: Mostly cloudy and staying cold. High 20. W wind 5-10 mph.
    Thursday: Sunny and brisk.High 31. SW wind 10-15 mph with gusts as high as 25 mph.
    Weather Resources: Interactive Radar | Weather Warnings | Live Radar | School closings, delaysSpecial Information: Today will be the coldest day of the week with temperatures slowly moderating e
  • Mom of malnourished children was 'perplexed' by police visit

    The mother of 13 malnourished children and young adults who were held in filthy conditions, some chained to furniture, was "perplexed" when deputies arrived at the family's Southern California home, a sheriff's official said Tuesday.The deputies had been summoned by a 17-year-old daughter who jumped out a window and called 911.Riverside County sheriff's Capt. Greg Fellows described the reaction of the mother, Louise Anna Turpin, 49, without elaborating. He said he did not know how the father, 57
  • Eleanor V. Cuthbertson

    Eleanor Virginia Cuthbertson, 95 -- loving mother, respected community leader and nationally recognized teacher -- died peacefully at her home with family by her side Jan. 10, 2018, at Putnam Farm Assisted Living. Born in Columbus, Ohio, Virginia grew up in Cincinnati with her parents, John Bertram Loos and Eleanor Hartinger Loos, and her two younger sisters, Marjorie Loos and Marilyn Loos .
  • Nestle selling US candy business for $2.9 billion

    Swiss food and drink giant Nestle is selling its U.S. candy business to Italy's Ferrero for about $2.9 billion in cash. Ferrero will take over iconic chocolate brands Butterfinger and Crunch bars, as well as the sugary Nerds, SweeTarts and FunDip.After a review of its portfolio last summer, Nestle hinted that it might sell its U.S. business, with its eye on higher-growth areas like pet care, coffee and infant nutrition.In September, Nestle announced that it bought a majority stake in Blue Bottle
  • Council President Pro Tem Michael Stinziano Announces Run for County Auditor

    Michael Stinziano, recently voted as President Pro Tempore of Columbus City Council, has announced a run for Franklin County Auditor. Stinziano has served on council for the last two years. “I’m running for Auditor because I want to move our government forward,” Stinziano said in a released statement. “We’re not taking advantage of technology that […]
  • Kim Kardashian West and husband Kanye welcome baby girl

    NEW YORK (AP) — It's a girl for Kim Kardashian West and her husband, Kanye West, via surrogate.Kardashian West announced Tuesday on her app under the headline "We're so in Love" that their third baby was born early Monday and weighed in at 7 pounds, 6 ounces.The couple is "incredibly grateful to our surrogate who made our dreams come true," Kardashian West says. She also thanked their surrogate's doctors and nurses, adding that their kids North and Saint are "especially thrilled to welcome

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