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Investigators Cancel Amber Alert For 4-Year-Old

Investigators had issued an Amber Alert for a kid taken from downtown Columbus. Read more.

Columbus Businesses Consider Applying for License to Sell Pot

The election is 3 weeks away, but 10TV has learned some businesses are already beginning the process to sell marijuana.

Columbus Police Opens State-Of-The-Art DNA Lab

DNA testing has had a revolutionary impact on the criminal justice system including for one Columbus man who was freed by it.

Cops: S.C. toddler finds gun; shoots grandmother in back

Police say a 2-year-old South Carolina boy found a gun in the car he was riding in and shot his grandmother in the back.

Confederate flag backers indicted in Georgia confrontation

Douglas County District Attorney Brian Fortner announced charges against members of a group called "Respect the Flag" on Monday.

Police: woman streamed live video of drunken driving

Lakeland police report 23-year-old Whitney Beall was using the social media app Periscope as she was driving Saturday.

Nick Gordon accused of injecting Bobbi Kristina Brown with "a toxic mixture," according to new court doc allegations

A previous amendment to the initial lawsuit had alleged that Gordon gave Brown a "toxic cocktail rendering her unconscious."

Former Columbus Detective ‘Negligent’ In Handling Of Child Rape Case Involving HIV Positive Man

Keith Anthony Allen is charged with sexually assaulting three girls in a case brought this year.

Columbus Doctors Taking New Approach To Prevent Suicides

The goal is to take what researchers learn and use the knowledge to intervene and save children who see suicide as the answer to their problems.

Act Of Kindness Ends Demonstration Outside Islamic Center

The woman said initially she didn’t like Muslims, that they were responsible for killings and beheadings in the Middle East. The group countered her claims and invited her in to the center for coffee.

Evening Forecast: Slight Chance For Early Shower

Brightening skies and cooler for Tuesday.

Chillicothe School Bus Involved In Accident Outside Circleville

Ohio State Highway Patrol said the driver of the SUV attempted to run after hitting the bus but was caught by Circleville Police.

Columbus Man Who Ran NFL Inducted Into City Hall of Fame

When you watch an NFL football game, it's not likely the name Joe Carr comes to mind.

California Bars Schools From Using "Redskins" Name

California public schools will be barred from using the Redskins name for sports teams and mascots under legislation Gov. Jerry Brown signed.

Former cop leads protest against Dunkin Donuts worker

The officer previously told his union the slogan was written on the cup of coffee he bought Oct. 2.

AP source: Chase Utley appeal hearing not held Monday

Utley was penalized Sunday by Joe Torre, MLB's chief baseball officer, who said Utley's takeout of Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada in Game 2 on Saturday was an "illegal slide."

Obama: Donald Trump is a "classic reality TV character"

Ultimately, however, Mr. Obama predicted, "I don't think he'll end up being president of the United States."

Judge sets trial date in hot-SUV death case for February

A judge has ruled that she won't try charges that a Georgia man accused in his son's death had inappropriate online exchanges with an underage girl separately from the death case.

Trick-or-Treat Dates & Times Across Central Ohio

Beggars Night 2015: Get the list of dates and times set by communities in central Ohio

Olive Garden apologizes to Kansas City police officer

Officer Michael Holsworth says he was on duty and in uniform Sunday when the employee at the Olive Garden in Independence, Missouri, asked him to leave because guns aren't allowed in the restaurant.

Weekly Urban Meyer Press Conference

Check in with every Monday at 11:45 a.m. for streaming press conferences all season long!

Zimbabwe official: US dentist not wanted for killing lion

Palmer can now safely return to Zimbabwe as a "tourist" because he had not broken the southern African country's hunting laws.

Dozens Of Madison-Plains Students Stay Home After Impetigo Outbreak

Superintendent Tim Dettwiller told 10TV of the 84 students and staff members sent home or out sick last week, more than a dozen have returned.

Register: Maria's Message Presentation at Ohio Wesleyan University

Please join 10TV’s Dom Tiberi, Jerry Revish, Tracy Townsend and Scott Light, along with special guests for this interactive presentation which focuses on the prevention of distracted driving.

Nationwide Children's Hospital creates center to study suicide

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio children's hospital has created a center to study suicide in efforts to better understand it and stop it from happening.

Southwest Airlines Fixes Technology Glitch That Delayed Flights

Southwest Airlines says it's fixed the technology problems that delayed hundreds of flights Sunday and that it expects a normal day of operations.

Man Wanted In Connection With Child Pornography Charges

Franklin County Sheriff's Office is asking for help putting a wanted man behind bars.

No Social Security Increase Coming

For a third time in 40 years, no Social Security increase coming

Ordinance Would Change The Way Pets Are Left Outside

Lancaster City Councilwoman, Becky Tener is sponsoring a new ordinace that is scheduled to be voted on, Monday. Get the story.

Reporter’s Notebook: Not giving cancer another opportunity

You can ask the Hubby – I’m a big chicken when it comes to anything medical. A simple blood test or a needle puts me in the "pass out zone." So you can imagine how much I freaked out over the prospect of surgery.

Woman Killed In Motorcycle Crash In Delaware County

The crash happened Sunday night on Wilson Road.

Man Killed In Crawford County Crash

A man has died after being ejected from his truck in Crestline.

Central Ohio Soldiers Prepare For Deployment

The 1194 Company will have a formal parting ceremony in Chillicothe. Read more.

Police Search For Suspect In Southeast Columbus Shooting

Officers were on the lookout for the man a shooting victim says opened fire.

Person Shot In North Columbus

Police are searching for the person who shot someone in north Columbus.

Vote: First and 10 Play of the Week for week 7

Vote for this weeks First and 10 Play of the Week

Hundreds Walk And Run In Maria's Miles Event

Off from North 4th Street and around a 3 mile loop, runners and walkers spread the message through downtown Columbus for Maria and the Tiberi family. Get the story.

Obama: Clinton Made Mistake, Didn't Harm National Security

President Barack Obama says Hillary Rodham Clinton's use of a private email server to conduct government business when she served as secretary of state was a mistake, but didn't endanger national security. Get the story.

Clear Night Ahead, Chance For Showers Late Tomorrow

Tonight will remain clear with more clouds and chance for rain late in the day tomorrow. Get the forecast.

Coons' FG In OT Gives Browns 33-30 Win Over Ravens

Travis Coons kicked a 32-yard field goal in overtime and Josh McCown threw for a team-record 457 yards to lead the Cleveland Browns to a stunning 33-30 victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Get the details.

Dalton Rallies Bengals Over Seahawks 27-24 In Overtime

Andy Dalton led the Bengals from a 17-point fourth-quarter deficit to a 27-24 overtime victory on Sunday over the Seattle Seahawks, keeping Cincinnati undefeated with the second-biggest comeback in its history. Get the details.

Aerosmith Frontman Asks Trump Campaign To Stop Using Song

Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler is asking Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to stop using the power ballad "Dream On" at campaign events. Get the story.

Surfer Loses Leg After Hawaii Shark Attack

Family and friends say 25-year-old Colin Cook lost most of his leg in a shark attack off Oahu's North Shore. Get the story.

Police Searching For Man Who Robbed UDF

Columbus Police are searching for a man who robbed a United Dairy Farmers store on King Avenue Thursday morning. Get the details.

Michelle Obama Celebrates International Day Of The Girl

Michelle Obama is grooving to the tunes of Beyonce, Demi Lovato and Esperanza Spalding as she celebrates the International Day of the Girl. Get the story.

Baylor Reaches No. 2 In AP Top 25 Behind Ohio State

Baylor is No. 2 and Utah is up to fourth behind No. 1 Ohio State in The Associated Press college football poll. Get the details.

House Hardliner: We Would Consider Ryan For House Speaker

The leader of House Republican hardliners says the group would "look favorably" on Rep. Paul Ryan if he runs for speaker. Get the story.

'Pan' Lacks Magic At The Box Office; 'The Martian' Soars

There is no Neverland magic at the box office for "Pan." Get the details.

"Lucky one" in Oregon shooting provides details of massacre

The 18-year-old college student singled out by the shooter as the "lucky one" to survive and deliver a package to law enforcement has told his story for the first time about the massacre in Roseburg, Oregon.

WATCH: Ohio State Marching Band Jazzes It Up For Halftime Show | OSU Vs. Maryland

Watch The Best Damn Band In The Land jazz it up during halftime of the Ohio State vs. Maryland

Best Bets: Things To Do Around Central Ohio This Weekend

Brittany Begley is checking out some spooky spots for your weekend fun.

Warm Up To Finish The Weekend

It will be a bit warmer today than the past few days.

Victim Of Hit-And-Run Crash Identified

Columbus police say a car hit a woman along Karl Road in North Columbus.

U.S. Beats Internationals To Win Presidents Cup

The United States held off an inspired rally Sunday to win the Presidents Cup for the sixth straight time, this one decided by the final match.

Woman Drives Herself To Hospital After Being Shot

A woman is recovering after being shot in the area of a north Columbus night club.

UK Police Says 'Witchcraft' Abuse Cases On The Rise

Britain's Metropolitan Police have reported an increase in the number of child abuse cases that involve allegations of witchcraft and exorcism.

Central Ohio Heroes Return Home After Trip of a Lifetime

Dozens of central Ohio heroes arrived home Saturday night after a trip to our nation's capital.

U.S. to make condolence payments for Doctors Without Borders strike

The Pentagon said Saturday it would offer "condolence payments" to survivors and families of those killed in an airstrike on a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Afghanistan. The Oct. 3 strike in the northern city of Kunduz killed at least 22 people.

Million Man March Anniversary

Black men gather for Million Man March 20th anniversary

Temperatures Could Dip Into the 30s Tonight

Some communities could see temperatures reach the 30s overnight. Frost is possible.

2 reports say officer's shooting of Ohio boy justified

A white Cleveland police officer was justified in fatally shooting a black 12-year-old boy holding a pellet gun moments after pulling up beside him, according to two outside reviews conducted at the request of the prosecutor investigating the death.

Ohio teen accused of shooting students with plastic pellets at school

Ohio police arrest teen after pellets shot at school

Army officer recommends no jail time for Sgt. Bergdahl

An Army officer is recommending that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl face a lower-level court martial and be spared the possibility of jail time for leaving his post in Afghanistan.

Two Bombs Explode At Peaceful Rally In Turkey

Two bomb explosions apparently targeting a peace rally in Turkey's capital, Ankara, killed at least 95 people.

Campaign Signs Plucked From Roadways

The Crawford County Sheriff's Office investigates the theft of nearly 40 campaign signs.

Missing Ohio Boy Ate Sticks To Survive

Rescuers found two missing cousins after they disappeared from a family campsite in Kentucky.

Actor Shia LaBeouf Arrested in Texas

Austin Police arrested movie star Shia LaBeouf. Find out why.

Ohio State Vs. Maryland: 5 Things To Watch For During Saturday's Game

Ohio State thinks it has problems with turnovers, red zone woes and penalties, but the defending national champions are undefeated and looking pretty good compared to Maryland.

"I Bet He Likes You": Post From Central Ohio Parent Goes Viral

A post by a central Ohio mother about a comment made by a Nationwide Children’s Hospital employee has gone viral.

Healthy Tailgating Options For Your Next Game Day Party

L.A. Catering, a company that helps fund LifeCare Alliance programs, shares game day recipes. Find out more.

16-Year-Old Girl Shot While Sitting On Porch

A 16-year-old was recovering after being hurt in a drive-by shooting in west Columbus. Read more.

Ruling: Jury Should Decide On Christian Camp Firing

An Ohio appeals court says a jury should consider the case of an employee of a Christian leadership and sports camp who sued after she was fired for living with her boyfriend out of wedlock.

Best Bets: Things To Do Around Central Ohio This Weekend

Brittany Begley is giving you an inside look at fun things to do around town.

Teams Take Precautions After Infection Outbreak

Football teams took the field despite an outbreak of a highly contagious skin infection at Madison-Plains local schools.

Extra Security At Hilliard High School Football Games

Extra police officers were in attendance at Hilliard high school football games Friday.

Cops: Man brings human skull to Fla. shopping plaza

Authorities in central Florida have a mystery on their hands after a homeless man brought a human skull to a shopping center.

Florida couple convicted after selling home with sinkhole

The previous owners, Glenn and Kathryn Jasen, had said on a real estate disclosure form that they had no knowledge of sinkholes at the home.

Florida king cobra wouldn't go quietly into custody

The snake had been missing from its owner's home since Sept. 1 and was found Wednesday in the garage about a half-mile away.

Witness: Train hero broke up fight between man, woman

In the ensuing brawl, Stone was outnumbered and stabbed several times, but the airman didn't cry out in pain or stumble as he jogged away.

No Alcohol Allowed On Arena District Streets Despite New Law

Ohio lawmakers cleared the way for the creation of an entertainment district allowing for open containers.

Pressure builds on Paul Ryan to run for House Speaker

The pressure is on Rep. Paul Ryan, the GOP vice presidential nominee in 2012, to run for House speaker in the chaotic aftermath of Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy's sudden decision to abandon his campaign for the post.

Facing ban on orca breeding, SeaWorld contemplates next move

SeaWorld says denying orcas' their ability to breed is cruel, but it was unclear Friday whether the corporation will fight such a ban at its California park and risk further hurting attendance.

Obama: Americans must 'come together' on gun crimes

Obama had pledged immediately after the shooting to "politicize" the issue.

Ohio prison officials challenge FDA stand on execution drug

With two dozen scheduled executions in limbo, Ohio sent a forceful letter to Washington on Friday asserting that the state believes it can obtain a lethal-injection drug from overseas without violating any laws.

Evening Forecast: Becoming Partly Cloudy, Chilly

A cold front working across the region has been producing a few light rain showers.

$1 Million Bond For Man Charged With Killing Mother, Girlfriend

Travis Bonham went on the run for five days before Mount Vernon Police found and captured him on Sunday. Court records say he confessed to the killings, telling police he was high on bath salts at the time.

Ohio State Homecoming: Parade Route, Parking Info & More

Here's what you need to know if you plan on attending Ohio State's 2015 Homecoming festivities.

1 Dead, 3 Wounded In Shooting At Northern Arizona University

An overnight confrontation between two groups of students escalated into gunfire Friday when a freshman at Northern Arizona University killed one person and wounded three others, authorities said.

Reporter's Notebook: Choose Love Over Fear

I am so grateful for the support you've given me. I'm taking your collective good vibe to the James -- both thoughts and trinkets.

10 Things To Know: Ohio State VS. Maryland

The Maryland Terrapins come to town this weekend to face undefeated Ohio State in their home conference opener.

Obama Considers Executive Action On Gun Background Checks

The White House is heavily weighing the use of an executive order to expand background checks for gun buyers, two administration sources confirmed to CBS News.

One Man Shot Across The Street From An East Columbus Bar

Columbus Police were trying to figure out who pulled the trigger. Read more.

Toy Train Ride Crashes At Ohio Mall

A mechanic was working on a toy train ride when it suddenly took off, running into a store window. Read more.

Suspects In California Yoga Teacher's Death Tied To Second Killing

Police say three young people suspected in the shooting death of a tantra yoga teacher in Marin County are now accused of killing a Canadian woman in San Francisco. Read more.

Search for Man Who Robbed A Pizza Hut

The man pulled out a gun and demanded cash from the cashier. Read more.

Family Hears Explosion Moments Before Obetz Garage Goes Up In Flames

The fire chief said flames started in one garage before damaging two other buildings. Read more.

Lancaster Family Seeks Kidney Donation with Decal on Vehicle's Back Glass

You never know in the middle of the everyday grind and in the heart of that crowded street to and from work just who might be driving next to you.

Madison-Plains Schools Closed Friday Amid Impetigo Outbreak

Superintendent Tim Dettwiller says about 60 students in the district were showing signs of the infection on Thursday and were sent home.

South Carolina city to pay $6.5M settlement to family of man shot by cop

The North Charleston City Council approved the settlement by a 10-0 vote, and members of Walter Scott's family were on hand when it was announced.