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The Columbus Dispatch | January 18, 2019
A man was taken to the hospital today after being struck by a car in the intersection of Third and Broad streets Downtown.Police said a car ran a red light and hit the man who was crossing Broad Street about 11:15 a.m. The man's condition was not immediately available. The car's windshield had a hol...
Ohio State offering free tickets to government employees during shutdown | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 18, 2019
Beginning with Friday night's men's basketball game against Maryland, Ohio State is offering two free tickets to all athletics events to federal government employees during the shutdown.The university said the deal includes men's and women's basketball, men's ice hockey, wrestling, women's gymnastic...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 18, 2019
The Columbus City Schools district has canceled weekend activities due to anticipated inclement winter weather.The school district said all academic activities, home and away athletic events, and school-based events are canceled for both Saturday and Sunday.Columbus State Community College has also ...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 18, 2019
The Ohio Department of Health has begun an investigation on behalf of the federal government in the case of a doctor accused of ordering excessive and potentially fatal doses of painkiller to 27 near-death patients in intensive care at two Mount Carmel Health System hospitals.The probe is being cond...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 18, 2019
Ohio’s law schools are preparing for a potential change in standards for how many of their students must pass the bar exam for the schools to maintain their American Bar Association accreditation.A proposal headed for a vote at the American Bar Association’s midyear meeting later this ...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 18, 2019
Columbus will waive penalties for late utility bill payments for federal workers who live in the city and are furloughed during the government shutdown.City officials announced the plan Friday as the longest federal government shutdown in history stretched into its fifth week.“Federal employe...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 18, 2019
A substitute teacher accused of sending an Olentangy high school student nude photos lost his license at this week's State Board of Education meeting.Josiah C. Newland, 26, voluntarily surrendered his credentials in November.The board took formal action Tuesday to accept the surrender.Newland was an...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 18, 2019
A Franklin County deputy sheriff was taken to OhioHealth Grant Medical Center to be treated for smoke inhalation after a fire in the laundry room of the jail.
Police investigating fatal stabbing in New Albany area | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 18, 2019
Police are investigating a fatal stabbing in the New Albany area Friday.Officers responded to the scene in the 7200 block of Billy Goat Drive at around 3 p.m. The victim was pronounced deceased at 3:06 p.m.Stay with 10TV and 10TV.com for updates on this developing story.
Columbus-area school districts cancel weekend activities, sports due to winter storm | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 18, 2019
Multiple school districts in the Columbus-area have canceled weekend events due to the expected storm.Columbus City School said all scheduled academic activities, athletic events (home and away) and school-based events are canceled for Saturday and Sunday.Olentangy has canceled both Saturday and Sun...
Columbus waiving penalties on utility bills for furloughed federal workers | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 18, 2019
COLUMBUS — The Department of Public Utilities will waive penalties for any furloughed federal employees living in Columbus who are unable to pay their city utility bills, Mayor Andrew J. Ginther announced Friday.“Federal employees should not face penalties and potential loss of basic services li...
Winter Jam concert in Columbus canceled due to winter weather | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 18, 2019
Winter Jam Tour Spectacular is canceling its Columbus concert Saturday due to the expected winter storm."Due to the impending winter storm warning and for the safety of everyone involved, Winter Jam has been forced to cancel tomorrow’s show in Columbus, Ohio."This event that labels itself as 'Chri...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 18, 2019
Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and several events are planned locally. All events are Monday unless otherwise noted.• King Arts Complex, 867 Mount Vernon Ave.: Free open house from noon to 4 p.m. with music, dance, theater and spoken-word performances. Columbus City Council President S...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 17, 2019
Ohio has launched a new website and public-awareness campaign to give people better access to information about foster care and adoption.Gov. Mike DeWine said the aim is to encourage more families to open up their homes and hearts to children in need throughout the state, which has seen sharp increa...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 17, 2019
At age 12, Aaron Boster walked into his grandmother’s kitchen to find both her and his mother weeping.Boster’s uncle was having problems stemming from his multiple sclerosis, a disease of the central nervous system that can cause a wide range of symptoms. But his mom and sister couldn'...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 17, 2019
delfin bautista was removed as LGBT Center director Jan. 10. bautista (who uses they/them pronouns and doesn’t capitalize their name) will remain on paid administrative leave through June 30. Their annual salary as director was $72,746.
The Columbus Dispatch | January 17, 2019
The Ohio Parole Board hearing room was hot enough to make Mickey Tate sweat, if he wasn't already.Tate, 62, was seeking a pardon Tuesday afternoon for criminal convictions that have held him back for three decades, and this hearing was the most recent hurdle in an endurance race that has lasted most...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 17, 2019
Central Ohio is in for more snow on Saturday and Sunday as a strong winter storm is projected to move through the region.Bitterly cold temperatures and as much as 12 inches of snow are in the forecast for this weekend.>> Check out the complete weather forecast at Dispatch.com/weatherFriday wil...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 17, 2019
The health of the state’s reclamation fund used to cleanup abandoned coal mining sites has been called into question as the coal industry struggles, mining less coal and funneling less money into the state's clean-up fund.As of Jan. 11, the fund balance was just over $22 million. At a st...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 17, 2019
A federal court intends to mediate two pending cases against Ohio State University over its handling of abuse allegations against the late Dr. Richard Strauss, with mediation beginning within a month.During a status conference Thursday in U.S. District Court in Columbus — the first court hear...
Mediation eyed in accusers' lawsuits about Ohio State doctor | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 17, 2019
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Two lawsuits alleging Ohio State University ignored or failed to stop sexual misconduct decades ago by a team doctor are headed toward mediation.Federal Judge Michael Watson on Thursday told attorneys involved to recommend potential mediators for the lawsuits brought by score...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 17, 2019
Increasing the number of parks and making sure there’s green space within a 10-minute walk from homes were among the goals discussed with a newly formed Sustainable Columbus Advisory Committee Thursday afternoon.The goal of the committee created by Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther’s ad...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 17, 2019
Christine Allison's husband, Troy, died after being given a 1,000 microgram dose of fentanyl ordered by Dr. William Husel after going to Mount Carmel West in July. He died at age 44.
Report: Urban Meyer to be college football analyst with Fox Sports | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 17, 2019
Former Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer is nearing a deal to be a college football analyst with Fox Sports, according to the Sporting News.The outlet said Fox Sports declined to comment.Meyer retired at the end of this season after leading the Buckeyes for seven years, ending with a win in...
Local Pearl Harbor survivor Milton Mapou has died at 97 | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 17, 2019
Milton Mapou, a local survivor of the attacks on Pearl Harbor during World War II, passed away Thursday at 97.Warren Motts, of Motts Military Museum in Groveport, confirmed the news to 10TV.Mapou was aboard the U.S.S. Detroit in Pearl Harbor during the attack on December 7, 1941. He earned two Purpl...
As additional lawsuits mount, widow of Mount Carmel patient: “I want answers” | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 17, 2019
COLUMBUS – Christine Allison says she is grieving the loss of her husband, Troy, all over again.“I want to know what happened. I want answers,” Allison told reporters Thursday. “I’m still in shock.”Christine Allison told reporters that her husband of 11 years, Troy, had dealt with a seri...
Columbus recreation facilities look to snow emergency levels to assess cancellations | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 17, 2019
With more winter weather coming to central Ohio over the weekend, many activities face the possibility of getting disrupted.Columbus Parks and Recreation has youth basketball at their centers Saturday. Other facilities have indoor soccer and more.To determine if activities go on, the city looks at t...
NetJets pilots order pizzas for Columbus TSA workers, air traffic controllers impacted by shutdown | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 17, 2019
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Now nearing a month in, many federal workers are experiencing financial and emotional effects of the partial government shutdown.That shutdown impacts more than 320 TSA officers at the John Glenn Columbus International Airport, but the community and others are stepping up in their...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 17, 2019
An elderly woman was hospitalized in critical condition Wednesday night after Columbus firefighters rescued her from a house fire, and her husband was treated for smoke inhalation.Firefighters, medics and police were dispatched to the couple's home in the 1700 block of Alpine Drive on the Northeast ...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 17, 2019
Columbus and central Ohio are in for snow Saturday into early Sunday, as a strong winter storm is projected to move through the region. But uncertainty Thursday night over exactly where an expected band of freezing rain thought to be headed for areas just south of Columbus will hit Saturday has...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 17, 2019
Monday is the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday. Because of the holiday:• Federal, state, county and city offices will be closed.• Post offices will be closed, and there will be no regular mail delivery.• Parking meters in Columbus will be free, but parking restrictions at some...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 17, 2019
Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and several events are planned locally. All events are Monday unless otherwise noted.• King Arts Complex, 867 Mount Vernon Ave.: Free open house from noon to 4 p.m. with music, dance, theater and spoken-word performances. Columbus City Council President S...
Good Samaritans run to rescue couple from burning house in north Columbus | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 17, 2019
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Bob Brandenstein was locking up St. Elizabeth Catholic Church Wednesday night when he thought he heard something Wednesday night.“I was checking the doorknob and I heard someone yelling 'help'. I didn't know for sure or not, then I heard him yell 'help' again,” Brandenstein tol...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 17, 2019
Rain and snow coming to central Ohio today is a prelude to a bigger snow dump and extreme low temperatures expected for this weekend.Today we will be visited by rain before 3 p.m., turning to snow between 3-4 p.m.,with light snow continuing after 4 p.m. Total accumulation of less than one inch is ex...
Local kid inventors creating bright ideas | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 17, 2019
10 This Morning anchors Angela An and Pete Scalia introduce us to a couple of middle schoolers who recently displayed their inventions at the Ohio Statehouse. • 11-year-old Claire Rhodes is a 5th grade student from Worthington invented the "Tolietizer 2.0", which won top honors at the Ohio Inventi...
Lieutenant governor to speak at Martin Luther King Jr. event | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 17, 2019
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio's new lieutenant governor will be the featured speaker at a Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration in the state's capital city.Republican Lt. Gov. Jon Husted is speaking at noon Thursday at the event at Trinity Episcopal Church in downtown Columbus.The free event is open...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 17, 2019
Opponents of the 5 percent ticket taxes that Columbus adopted in December are pursuing a city charter amendment to prevent the city from levying them, and plan to file a lawsuit to challenge the taxes on constitutional grounds.Two of the leaders of the drive, Bret Adams and Mike Gonidakis, discussed...
Columbus Alive | January 17, 2019
The rapper and sometimes poet loves late-night grub from Exotic Latino Grill and rapper Jae Esquire, among other things
Columbus Alive | January 17, 2019
How the incoming State Senator overcame a troubled past, historic attack ad spending and a lack of party support to win her seat, and what she plans to do next
Columbus Alive | January 17, 2019
From the self-proclaimed 'most famous bagpipe band on the planet' to J.R. Smith's infamous DM
Delaware County deputies searching for missing teens | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 17, 2019
The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help to locate two 15-year-old runaway girls.The sheriff’s office said Olivia Davidson and Kyla Walters left Lewis Center overnight in a silver sedan, possibly a Honda.If you have any information, please contact the sheriff’s offic...
Columbus Alive | January 17, 2019
In what might be goalie Sergei Bobrovsky's last season in Columbus, the team is again faced with questions on just how big a role he plays in the team's successes ... and failures
Columbus Alive | January 17, 2019
Do the benefits of partially funding a new stadium to keep the Crew outweigh the cost to taxpayers?
Columbus Alive | January 17, 2019
Amid Columbus' affordable housing crisis, City Council passed legislation to make it easier to prosecute retaliatory evictions, but there's still a long way to go in addressing Franklin County's high eviction rate
Ohio State QB Tate Martell announces transfer to Miami | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 16, 2019
Quarterback Tate Martell has announced he will be leaving Ohio State and going to the University of Miami.Martell posted the announcement on his Twitter page shortly after midnight Wednesday.right back like we never left...I’M A HURRICANE! pic.twitter.com/6Dh0gu4fxD— TATE MARTELL (@TheTateMart...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 16, 2019
A 23-year-old man was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison with no chance of parole for 22 years for his role in the fatal shooting of a 16-year-old boy behind a vacant South Linden house.Demarius M. Rudasill was convicted last week by a Franklin County jury of murder, aggravated robbery and a...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 16, 2019
It starts as a post in a neighborhood social media group from a mother anxious about a man who approached her and her child at a mall.The post goes viral, prompting police to put out a statement denying the rumors and assuring residents it is safe to shop. A few weeks or months later, the cycle repe...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 16, 2019
A new study suggests that black women at high risk of breast cancer might be missing out on potentially lifesaving measures because they are less likely than white women to receive the information needed to make decisions about preventive care.The study by Ohio State University researchers analyzed ...
Columbus Alive | January 16, 2019
The rapper and sometimes poet loves late-night grub from Exotic Latino Grill and rapper Jae Esquire, among other things
The Columbus Dispatch | January 16, 2019
It may be worth missing some sleep Sunday night to catch a lunar eclipse scientists have dubbed a "super blood wolf moon."“This year is a very important year for the moon,” said Noah Petro, a research scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, and the proje...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 16, 2019
Allegations that a doctor gave potentially fatal doses of painkiller to 27 patients in the Mount Carmel Health System have shaken the Columbus medical community.But cases of medical staff members intentionally causing harm or death are very rare, say those involved in the matter.Mount Carmel He...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 16, 2019
A former Delaware County deputy sheriff was sentenced to 60 days in jail and three years of community control Wednesday for having sex with a student at the Delaware Area Career Center's South Campus.Delaware County Common Pleas Court Judge David M. Gormley also fined Eric S. Jaynes, 32, o...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 16, 2019
Each time her grandpa tried to inject a vial of insulin into his body, his pen's plunger couldn't reach every drop of the life-saving solution. He had to throw the rest away.It was frustrating, because those small traces can add up to hundreds of dollars wasted, which is difficult for those without ...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 16, 2019
A decade ago, Ohio's eight children's hospitals hatched a plan to become safer for their patients. So far, 10,206 children have been saved from serious harm and the hospitals have saved an estimated $173 million, according to the group that formed from that initial goal.The first-of-its-kind in...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 16, 2019
Families of lost loved ones who received care from a Mount Carmel doctor accused of ordering potentially fatal doses of painkillers for intensive-care patients are again grappling with the grief that came with the deaths.This week, Mount Carmel Health System officials announced [...]
The Columbus Dispatch | January 16, 2019
Dispatch reporters JoAnne Viviano and Kevin Stankiewicz and Dispatch videographer Doral Chenoweth walk you through what we know -- and what questions remain -- about the developing story involving a former Mount Carmel Health System doctor who allegedly prescribed at least 27 patients excessive dose...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 16, 2019
Columbus firefighters have rescued at least one, and possibly two people from a fire in a residence on the Northeast Side, city police said.Firefighters, medics and police were dispatched to the home on the 1700 block of Alpine Drive on a report of a fire at about 9:15 p.m. The residence is located ...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 16, 2019
Julie Stillwell stops by All People’s Fresh Market on Parsons Avenue once or twice a week for milk, eggs or produce.For the 38-year-old South Side resident, her son and her fiancé, the fresh foods offered free of charge to needy residents help supplement what she receives in food stamps....
The Columbus Dispatch | January 16, 2019
Jewish Family Services in Columbus has named a replacement for CEO June Gutterman, who will retire in May.The organization's board has appointed Karen B. Mozenter, 60, to take over as CEO in June, according to a news release.Mozenter has worked at Jewish Family Services since arr...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 16, 2019
LONDON — With its new, 26,000-square-foot hospital addition about to open, Madison Health, in the center of Madison County and within walking distance to the county courthouse, wants the public to know that quality service will now be matched by modern facilities.Not that you'll be spending m...
Multiple lawsuits filed against Mount Carmel, doctor over alleged fentanyl prescription deaths | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 16, 2019
COLUMBUS – Multiple wrongful death lawsuits have been filed against a Mount Carmel physician accused of ordering lethal doses of fentanyl for 27 patients, which attorneys argue, hastened these patients’ deaths.The latest lawsuit, filed Wednesday, names the Mount Carmel Health System, Dr. William...
Medical marijuana has businesses looking at hiring practices | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 16, 2019
Now with medical marijuana legal, businesses are taking another look at their policies and employment.Working Partners is a training and consulting firm that works with businesses on risks associated with the misuse of substances. They’ve been helping employers on the hiring end in the business m...
Woman in critical condition after north Columbus house fire | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 16, 2019
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A woman was taken to a local hospital in critical condition after a fire in north Columbus Wednesday night, according to the Columbus Division of Fire.Firefighters responded to the 1700 block of Alpine Drive around 9:20 p.m..Firefighters found a woman in a back bedroom and were able...
Ohio sees record-breaking year for organ donations; thousands still on waiting list | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 16, 2019
More Ohioans than ever received the gift of life in 2018.Lifeline of Ohio says organ, eye and tissue donations in Ohio broke records last year. As a result, 366 lives were saved, tissue donation increased by 25 percent and the gift of sight through cornea donation was up 47 percent over 2017.Despit...
Mt. Gilead freshman with cerebral palsy scores first points in basketball game | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 16, 2019
From day on,e we're taught to "play to win." It's taught at Mt. Gilead High School.There's nothing wrong with it, "play to win." It's second nature to want to win, but winning is not what this story is about.This story is about Logan Dillon, his struggles and, ultimately, his triumphs."Last Saturday...
Actress Glenn Close talks stigma surrounding mental illness in visit to central Ohio | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 16, 2019
Golden Globe award-winning actress Glenn Close came to central Ohio to talk about mental illness — an issue within her family that they hope to help break the stigma on.Close told a sold-out crowd for The Jefferson Series lecture in New Albany about her family’s exposure to mental illness as det...
Community members facing effects of government shutdown express concerns at town hall meeting | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 16, 2019
COLUMBUS, Ohio — As the partial Government shutdown continues, local community leaders hosted a town hall to give families at risk of losing federal benefits a chance to express their concerns.It was standing room only at the Community Development for All People center on the city’s south side. ...
With upcoming retirement, Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs looks back on 39 years in the force | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 16, 2019
In her office on the eighth floor of the Columbus Division of Police in downtown Columbus, Chief Kimberly Jacobs said she still hasn't crossed everything off of her to-do list."There's still things I wanted to do, should have done, that I didn't get done," Jacobs said.The police chief has served the...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 16, 2019
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Federal judge allowing open phone line during Ohio execution | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 16, 2019
COLUMBUS — A federal judge is once again allowing the use of an open phone line to his courtroom during an Ohio execution.Tuesday's decision by Judge Michael Merz permits use of a system created in 2017 when defense attorneys tried unsuccessfully to stop an execution based on the inmate's reaction...
Second lawsuit filed against Mount Carmel, Dr. Husel over alleged fentanyl prescription death | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 15, 2019
COLUMBUS, Ohio – A second lawsuit has been filed against a Mount Carmel doctor who has been accused of prescribing “grossly inappropriate” lethal doses of fentanyl to 27 patients.The latest lawsuit was filed in Franklin County Common Pleas Court on Tuesday.It names Mount Carmel Health Systems,...
One person with critical injuries after fire in Union County | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 15, 2019
UNION COUNTY, Ohio - Firefighters are working to gain control of a fire at a home in the Richwood community of Union County.The fire on North Clinton Street started around 1:30 Tuesday morning. It was still burning hours later.One victim was sent to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. Ther...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 15, 2019
Franklin County voters will get to choose between paper ballots and touch-screen machines under a new system approved Tuesday and set for implementation in the May primary.The Franklin County commissioners approved the purchase of the new equipment for more than $12.4 million, plus a sublease a...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 15, 2019
Just in case you missed our year-end review episode over the holiday season here's another opportunity to get caught up.We have put together some of our favorite interviews and clips from 2018, plus some of our most popular episodes with listeners.We even included some never heard before segments, s...
“Cool it”: OHSAA tells parents to calm down at their kid's games | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 15, 2019
The Ohio High School Athletic Association is passing on a message to parents and it is not mincing words.There has been a shortage of Ohio high school officials recently, and the OHSAA says fans berating the officials is a big reason why.The letter basically tells fans to “cool it.”“Make no mi...
Ohio State University unveils new pizza vending machine | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 15, 2019
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The Ohio State University unveiled a new vending machine that can make pizzas.The vending machine can be found on campus in the North Dining Room in Morrill Tower.The Office of Student Life and Dining Services says the machine serves a 10" ready-to eat-pizza in approximately 4 minu...
Columbus Zoo to offer free admission on Martin Luther King Jr. Day | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 15, 2019
POWELL, Ohio -- The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is offering free admission on Monday, Jan. 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.The zoo says there will be several animals that enjoy the colder weather in their outside exhibits.Additionally, indoor viewing areas throughout t...
Federal workers in 2 of Ohio's big counties to get tax help | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 15, 2019
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The county that includes Ohio's capital city will give furloughed federal employees tax help.Franklin County's treasurer said Monday that those affected federal employees in the Columbus area will get speeded up consideration for extensions to pay their property tax bills.Tre...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 15, 2019
A new study suggests that black women at high risk of breast cancer may be missing out on potentially life-saving measures because they are less likely than white women to receive the information needed to make decisions about preventive care.The study by Ohio State University researchers analyzed i...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 15, 2019
Daniel Boucher, 35, of the North Side, was killed in an industrial accident at the Soft Touch Car Wash Monday.
The Columbus Dispatch | January 15, 2019
Nicola Bintz, 46, of Blacklick, was charged with one count of unauthorized use of property, specifically the Ohio Law Enforcement Gateway System, or OHLEG.
The Columbus Dispatch | January 15, 2019
Bacon vending machines are so 2018.The new year at Ohio State University brings new classes, new goals and new dreams. And in Morrill Tower, it brings the stuff that dreams are made of: a brand new pizza ATM.Ohio State unveiled the new machine on the second floor of the west campus residence hall wh...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 15, 2019
The Cleveland Clinic has begun reviewing and investigating the work of former Mount Carmel intensive-care physician Dr. William Husel from 2008 to 2013, when he was a resident at the northeast Ohio hospital system."We just learned about the disturbing accusations against our former resident, Dr. Wil...
Former Chillicothe High School principal convicted of sex charges sentenced to 2 years | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 15, 2019
CHILLICOTHE, Ohio (AP) — A former Ohio principal of the year convicted on charges of having sex with two female high school students has been sentenced to two years in prison.A Ross County judge on Monday sentenced the former Chillicothe High School principal to prison despite recommendations for ...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 15, 2019
Linden resident Tammy Jewell runs God's Hygiene Help Center, which provides free personal-hygiene items to 150 people a month who knock on her door seeking assistance.
The Columbus Dispatch | January 15, 2019
Short of making the arrest himself, Alfred King says he has done just about everything he can to ensure that his son will be locked up.King, 61, maintains a folder of his son's criminal history and court records, including several active warrants. He also has collected what he says is evidence of on...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 15, 2019
A fight over ownership of a dog led to a shot being fired outside the Newark Walmart store.
The Columbus Dispatch | January 15, 2019
A preliminary review of the medication-prescribing history of Dr. William Husel didn't turn up concerns about his previous work at the Cleveland Clinic, the northeast Ohio-based hospital system said Tuesday.The Cleveland Clinic quickly began investigating Husel's tenure there after Mount Carmel Heal...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 15, 2019
Nicola Bintz, 46, of Blacklick, was charged with one count of unauthorized use of property, specifically the Ohio Law Enforcement Gateway System, or OHLEG.
The Columbus Dispatch | January 15, 2019
Despite the cold weather Tuesday, more than 30 clergy members, police officers and residents gathered outside to speak out against what they say is overt racism and sexism in the Columbus Division of Police.The group assembled at Downtown's Washington Gladden Social Justice Park to announce that Col...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 15, 2019
Daniel Boucher, 35, of the North Side, was killed in an industrial accident at the Soft Touch Car Wash Monday.
The Columbus Dispatch | January 15, 2019
The good news for needy central Ohioans is that funding has been secured to cover food assistance through the end of February, despite the ongoing federal government shutdown.But the money allocated for food stamp benefits under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, was added to re...
The Columbus Dispatch | January 15, 2019
The amount of painkiller that an intensive-care doctor allegedly prescribed to one of the more than two dozen Mount Carmel Health System patients he’s accused of overdosing was so high that it appears his intent was to accelerate her death, says a critical-care professor who has researched en...
Sen. Sherrod Brown to tour early states before 2020 decision | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 15, 2019
WASHINGTON — Sen. Sherrod Brown is launching a tour of three states that cast pivotal early votes in the 2020 presidential primary.The move from the Ohio Democrat is a key step before he decides whether to launch a campaign for the White House.Brown won a third term in November on the strength of ...
Internal memos show Mount Carmel alerted staff and authorities about patient care concerns a month ago | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 15, 2019
COLUMBUS – While a civil lawsuit filed Monday alleges that a Mount Carmel doctor ordered – and that hospital staff administered – lethal doses of fentanyl to 27 patients, Mount Carmel Health Systems has known for more than a month about the allegations, 10 Investigates has learned.Dr. William ...
Community leaders urge pardon for Columbus father, 30 years after his crimes | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 15, 2019
A local father says he has paid for his crimes, and deserves the chance to write a new chapter.Mickey Tate was convicted of drugs and gun charges 30 years ago. It happened after the death of his father. Gripped by grief he couldn't process, he turned to drugs."It was heart-wrenching. I've always bee...
DeWine tackles unemployment for Ohioians with disabilities | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 15, 2019
Just moments after being sworn-in as Ohio's 70th governor, Mike DeWine signed six executive orders into action.One of them works to establish Ohio as a Disability Inclusion State and Model Employer of Individuals with disabilities."I signed those literally minutes after I was sworn in," said Gov. De...
Columbus cashier celebrates her 100th birthday | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 15, 2019
A beloved cashier in Columbus is now in the triple digits.Millie Feasel, who works at Zettler Hardware on the city’s southwest side, turned 100 years old Tuesday.The store celebrated with birthday cake, well-wishes and memories.She has worked at the store for 60 years. When asked when it will be t...
Surveillance camera catches car-smashing criminals | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 15, 2019
Columbus police are investigating a series of smash and grab car break-ins the Victorian Village and Italian Village neighborhoods, near the popular Short North district. Since early December, police have investigated dozens of theft reports. Now, investigators may have a new lead in the case.Kelvi...
Central Ohioans dive into new year with new goals, challenges to reach them | WBNS-TV
WBNS-TV | January 15, 2019
COLUMBUS, Ohio — For many, the new year brings new goals and resolutions.For some, the month of January is the perfect time to commit.10TV looked into some of the most popular New Year resolutions and the challenges central Ohioans have taken on this month.Sara Stanley and her grandson have partic...