Can you take the heat? Knowing benefits, challenges to heated workouts

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A lot of people are turning to heated workouts, so 10TV explored why and the steps to stay safe when participating.Read more

Video shows Columbus police officer being bitten by coyote

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Columbus police have released bodycam footage showing the aftermath of a...Read more

Prosecutor: Driver involved in pursuit, crash that killed woman had meth in his system

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Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien announced the grand jury returned a seven-count indictment against 38-year-old Christopher McCleese II.Read more

DeWine to deliver State of the State on March 31

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This will be the second address by the Republican governor to the General Assembly since he took office last year.Read more

Sebastian Berhalter, son of US coach, joins Columbus Crew

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Midfielder Sebastian Berhalter played for the Crew youth academy from 2014-19 and appeared in 16 games for North Carolina as a freshman last season.Read more

Lockdown lifted at West High School after police respond to multiple fights

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Police said the school resource officer reported fights in the gym and the hallways around 11 a.m.Read more

Ohio school officials investigating after lunch taken away from student by cafeteria worker

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According to Wellington superintendent Edward Weber, the actions taken by the cafeteria worker were against school policy.Read more

WATCH: Joe Burrow, LSU Tigers visit the White House after winning national title

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President Donald Trump welcomes the national champion Louisiana State University football team to the White House todaRead more

Short North bar issues apology following controversy over dress code sign

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Short North Food Hall is apologizing after social media users called its dress code racist.Read more


"It was an eye-opener": Domestic violence survivor shares story with 8th graders

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Teresa Carter Kizzie saw her dad kill her mom. Now, she uses that tragedy as a way to teach students how to overcome adversity.Read more

Miami Trace Local School District closed Friday due to high volume of influenza B cases

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The Miami Trace Local School District will be closed on Friday, Jan. 17, due to a high volume of influenza B cases, according to the school district.Read more

Board votes to put off efforts to sell, shut down Boy Scout camp properties

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A committee appointed to look into revenue generating options related to Simon Kenton Council Camp properties released their plan during a Thursday meeting.Read more


After deployment, Ohio Army National Guard sergeant surprises family at Blue Jackets game

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A local family got the surprise of a lifetime at a matchup between with Columbus Blue Jackets and the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday night.Read more

$5,000 reward offered after possible dog poisoning, 11 cases suspected in north Columbus area

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Dog shelter reports 11 similar cases between zip code 43224 and neighboring zip code 43211 in last year.Read more




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Police searching for missing 14-year-old girl last seen in north Columbus

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Dakota is described as a black female, 5 feet 1 inch, 180 pounds, black hair and brown eyes.Read more

Police: Man accused of showing explicit images to kids at Polaris Best Buy

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The suspect is facing a charge of pandering obscenity involving a minor.Read more

Letter sent from Marion elementary school to Australian koala hospital goes viral

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An act of kindness coming from Ohio is being felt halfway across the world — and it's going viral.Read more

Trump's trial begins, senators vowing 'impartial justice'

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Chief Justice John Roberts made the short trip across the street from the Supreme Court before being ushered to the Senate chamber.Read more

Ohio's retired public employees to see cuts in health care benefits

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The trustees voted 9-2 on changes that will affect current and future retirees, beginning January of 2022.Read more