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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

Officials slow to warn public as elephant tranquilizer was being sold as heroin

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A synthetic opioid that the DEA says is 100 times more powerful than Fentanyl and 10,000 times more powerful than morphine.Read more

Bus drivers caught for speeding in school zones

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Parents put their children on school busses each day. Experts say it is by far the safest say to get to school but how much do we really know about who is behind the wheel? Read more

Loophole allows sex offenders to live closer to schools, children

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Those flaws include a loophole that allows sex offenders to stay in a home within 1,000 feet of a school zone by choosing not to sleep in that home.Read more

Questions about safety after Madison Township closes fire department

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Eastern Licking County’s Madison Township disbanded its fire department last year. Since then, neighboring Hanover Township took over emergency response duties.Read more

Former red light camera CEO sentenced to prison

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Karen Finley, the former CEO of red light camera company Redflex, was sentenced to 14 months federal prison Thursday. She plead guilty to attempting to bribe Columbus public officials. Read more