10 Investigates

Rash of car break-ins a reminder to protect your valuables this shopping season

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The parked cars, crowded malls and people milling about — yep, it’s the holiday season.Read more

Latest Strauss lawsuit: Victims still wait for day when OSU's 'actions mirror the words'

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The latest lawsuit filed against The Ohio State University alleges that former team physician, Dr. Richard Strauss, sexually abused or harassed between 300 to 3,000...Read more

Attorneys want to depose Mount Carmel nurses, pharmacists; lawsuit re-filed

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Attorneys representing the families of Mount Carmel patients want to depose more than 40 nurses, pharmacists and their managers connected to the patient overdose scandal...Read more

160 million pounds of hazardous ‘e-waste’ hidden in Columbus warehouses

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The Ohio Attorney General’s Office considers the materials to be hazardous because of the way they were mishandled.Read more

Gov. DeWine’s working group on adult parole authority meets; Reagan Tokes’ mother asks “why now?”

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The first meeting of Governor Mike DeWine’s post-release control working group began with an acknowledgment – there have been bad outcomes.Read more

Neighbors question odors, unassessed pollutants in biosolids spread across Ohio fields

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People have filed 280 complaints with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency since 2015 about the use of biosolids, which is sewage sludge comprised of human and...Read more

New wrongful death lawsuit filed against Mount Carmel, Husel and “John Does”

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The lawsuit alleges that Thomas D. Mathews Jr. died on November 20, 2017, as a result of a lethal dose of fentanyl which was ordered by Dr. William Husel.Read more

Employee says she was fired after improper restraint of teen at Sequel Pomegranate

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Liz Spellman said she was placed on administrative leave and later fired after the October 25th incident.Read more

State threatens to revoke Sequel Pomegranate's license after staff restrains, hits child

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The state agency that licenses Sequel Pomegranate is threatening to suspend patient admissions and revoke its license after state inspectors found that a nurse had...Read more