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Columbus seminary silent on applicant tracking

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In March, Josephinum seminary leaders pledged their efforts to create a national database of seminary applicants.Read more

Redflex to pay City of Columbus, avoid prosecution

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The red light camera company that was involved in a bribery scandal will avoid prosecution due to an agreement, according to the Department of Justice.Read more

Submetering faces first set of regulations

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Public Utilities Commission now taking consumer complaints of high utility bills.Read more

Somerset Police chief resigns

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Police chief Jeremy VanDermark resigned Monday. Somerset's mayor says the chief used a city credit card for personal purposes. Read more

Woman at OSU knife suspect family apartment says they had no idea

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10tv's Tylar Bacome went to a Columbus apartment where records indicate Abdul Razak Ali Artan's siblings live. Read more

Gaps in flood insurance jeopardize tens of thousands in Ohio

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FEMA flood maps and county auditor offices say that 18,716 residences are in flood zones within Franklin County and surrounding counties.Read more

Patients hope new nursing home rules fix problems

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10TV obtained the Ohio Department of Health’s investigative reports and found that statewide, on average, most facilities had between five and six deficiencies a year.Read more

Veteran families fighting for benefits

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A little-known part of federal law forces veterans families to pay up years earlier for children on their health plans.Read more

Mother of 2-year-old killed in shooting: "My daughter took her last breath in my arms"

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It's been less than a month since the shooting that killed 2-year-old Amiyah Bice in southwest Columbus.Read more