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Best Bets: Disney On Ice

10TV's Brittany Begley has an idea of weekend fun.

Partly Cloudy And Cool Start To The Weekend

We’ll see partly cloudy skies today with highs in the low to mid 40s.

Who Is The Mom? Photo Raises Questions On Social Media

The photo appears to show triplets, but really shows a mother and her two daughters.

One Dead, Seven Injured In Night Club Shooting In Tampa

Police were investigating the scene early Saturday morning to find out exactly what happened.

Doctors Perform Medical Procedure On Wrong Newborn

The procedure was meant for another child.

6.4-Magnitude Earthquake Shocks Taiwan

At least five people were killed Saturday morning when a magnitude-6.4 earthquake hit Taiwan, the Taiwanese Disaster Response Center said.

Two Planes Collide Midair Near Los Angeles

Coast Guard began searching for survivors after two planes collided over the ocean near the southern California coast.

Authorities Apprehend Suspect In Connection To Threat Made Against Hamilton Schools

The schools were placed under lockdown after receiving a threat Friday afternoon.

Minerva Park Resident View "Minerva Monkey" As Both Comical and Serious Matter

Law enforcement, the Dept. of Agriculture and neighbors who live in the Lake Wood Drive area are looking for a Howler Monkey, which was spotted by a police officer, Thursday.

Manziel's father: If they can't get him help, he won't live to see his birthday

With Johnny Manziel's professional career in doubt and his personal life crumbling, his father fears for the troubled quarterback's safety.

Granville Man Indicted For Stealing Nearly $20,000 From Charity

A Granville man is accused of taking thousands of dollars from a charity fund to help a man with multiple sclerosis.

Delaware County Paramedic Killed In Crash

According to officials, 49-year-old Charles McNabb was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident around 9:30 a.m. on U.S. Route 62 in Licking County.

Franciscan University Knew About Craigslist Ad Placed By Joel Wright Before Arrest

A Steubenville police report indicates an Ohio Valley mother says she responded to a craigslist ad posted by someone named “Joel” who said he was willing to pay parents $150 to watch their children.

Former Ohio Treasurer’s Office Called “Rotten” With Alleged Corruption

History is changing a bit for former Ohio Treasurer and Franklin County Commissioner Candidate Kevin Boyce.

Couple Charged With Selling Candy Containing Hash Oil To Gahanna Students

31-year-old George Dailey III and his girlfriend, 18-year-old Briana M. Hudson, are facing multiple charges for manufacturing and selling the tainted candy.

Scott’s Political Picks: February 5, 2016

On our weekly Sunday public affairs show, Face The State, our mission is educate, enlighten and engage you.

Airline CEO: explosive residue found in Somalia incident

The head of the airline whose jetliner was damaged in an explosion shortly after takeoff from Somalia said Thursday that investigators have found what appears to be residue from explosives.

Twitter reveals it has suspended 125,000 ISIS-related accounts

Twitter is now using spam-fighting technology to seek out accounts that might be promoting terrorist activity.

11-year-old boy convicted of killing 8-year-old girl

An 11-year-old boy in Tennessee has been found guilty of murdering an eight-year-old girl after she and her sister refused to let him see their puppies.

Woman known for viral autism-awareness video killed by police

The woman shot and killed by Phoenix-area police after they say she charged them with a knife

Authorities move "Affluenza" teen Ethan Couch to adult jail

Ethan Couch, 18, was moved to the Tarrant County Jail from a juvenile detention center in Fort Worth, according to jail records.

Super Bowl Viewing Hot Spots in Central Ohio

Are still figuring out where to watch the Super Bowl game? No house party? No problem.

Super Bowl Dishes Are Packed With Calories

In the midst of this annual pigskin pig-out, is there any way to make sure it doesn't all end up in your end zone?

Recipe: Dom’s Homemade Pizza

Forget delivery on Super Bowl Sunday, try Dom Tiberi's homemade pie.

Evening Forecast: Partly Cloudy & Cold, Low 25

Our weekend starts off with sunshine and pleasant temperatures.

Bridgestone-Firestone recalls over 36,000 truck tires

Bridgestone-Firestone North America is recalling nearly 36,000 heavy truck tires in the U.S. and Canada because the tread can separate from the body and cause the tires to fail.

Giant Eagle Voluntarily Recalls Japanese Breaded Cod Fillets

The recall is due to an undeclared soy allergen in the fillets.

Authorities Searching For Howler Monkey In Minerva Park

An officer spotted the monkey at 11 a.m. in the area of the 2800 block of Lakewood Drive.

How The So-Called Tipster Scammed, Then Exposed Joel Wright

The man who claims he's the ICE informant who exposed Joel Wright on his alleged quest for child rape made no secret that he intended to swindle the 23-year-old seminary student.

Columbus Zoo Reveals Winning Name For Polar Bear Cub Vote

The zoo launched a vote last month to name the tiny bear, giving voters four possible choices: Desna, Kaya, Nora or Sakari.

FDNY: 1 Dead, 2 Seriously Hurt In Manhattan Crane Collapse

The collapsed metal lattice landed across an intersection and stretched much of a block.

5 Things You Need To Know About This Year's Super Bowl Commercials

This year's Super Bowl advertisers are sticking to the classics in their efforts to win over Big Game viewers on Sunday.

Manziel's Agent Drops Quarterback After Police Inquiries

Erik Burkhardt released a statement to media outlets Friday saying "with deep regret" he has ended the business relationship. Manziel will be released by the Cleveland Browns next month.

One Dead In Multiple Vehicle Crash Near Johnstown

According to the Newark Advocate, the crash occurred around 9:15 a.m. on the 9500 block of U.S. 62, between Sportsman Club Road and Crouse-Willison Road.

Ohio Attorney General's Planned Parenthood Statements Based On Misinformation

Autoclaving experts and Kentucky state inspectors say Attorney General Mike DeWine was wrong about Planned Parenthood allowing fetal remains to be sent to a landfills.

Manhunt For Modern-Day "Bonnie and Clyde" Ends With Gunfire, Chases

The "Clyde" in a Missouri couple nicknamed by some as a modern-day "Bonnie and Clyde" is dead and the "Bonnie" is in custody in a hospital after two high-speed chases and gunfire in the Pensacola, Florida area early Friday, authorities said.

Police Nab East Columbus Murder Suspect In Georgia

Shante Stevenson, 22, was arrested Thursday in Marietta, Georgia after police say he gunned down a 55-year-old man last month.

Bullet Just Misses Woman’s Heart In East Columbus Shooting

Woman was shot while walking home Friday morning. Find out more.

We Are Closer Than Six Degrees From Kevin Bacon

Facebook study shows we are more connected than ever before. Read more.

These Are The Top 5 Memorable Super Bowl Halftimes Shows

Coldplay tries to make its mark before 100 million people Sunday at halftime of the Super Bowl.

Family And Friends Hold Vigil For Woman Murdered In Vacant Apartment

Family of woman whose body was found dead in east Columbus share heartbreaking and heartwarming memories in frigid temperatures.

Woman dies in industrial mixer accident at Utah bakery

A Utah woman died this week after she was pulled into an industrial-size bakery mixer at a suburban Salt Lake City grocery store.

2 police officers shot in New York public housing complex

Two police officers patrolling a housing project were shot and wounded by a gunman who apparently later killed himself with the same weapon.

Retired Marietta Officer Able To Purchase K9 Partner For $1

According to the city's law director, they were able to find a legal way to make the transaction.

Manziel not charged despite claims he hit ex-girlfriend

Despite disturbing allegations that he struck his ex-girlfriend, troubled Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel has not been charged with a crime and two Texas police departments have closed their cases on a possible assault.

Democratic race down to just two: Clinton, Sanders face off

The two candidates are sparring over who is the best standard-bearer for progressive values.

Police: BMX rider Dave Mirra dies at 41 of apparent suicide

Greenville police said Thursday night that Mirra's body was found earlier in the day with an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Drug exec takes the fifth on Capitol Hill, angers lawmakers

Four times, he intoned: "On the advice of counsel, I invoke my Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination and respectfully decline to answer your question."

Caught on video: Zookeeper plunges into icy water to rescue ostrich

Video of a zookeeper plunging into the icy water of a moat at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium is making the rounds.

Union Takes Action After Worker Contracts Legionnaires

The state notified workers that water testing had been done, but the union is saying that’s not good enough.

Browns say they're interested in Columbus practice facility

The Cleveland Browns said Thursday that 2016 summer training camp will be at their Berea facility, as machinations continue to eventually move the camp to Columbus.

Earth, Wind & Fire founder Maurice White dead at 74

White, who was 74, suffered from Parkinson's Disease and had retreated from the public even as the band he founded kept performing.

Making The Super Bowl Happen: Every NFL Football Made In Ohio

Since 1941, every single NFL football has been handmade at the Wilson factory in Ada, Ohio.

Columbus Police: Florida Burglary Helped Solve 5-Year-Old Rape Of OSU Student

33-year-old Travis Niemi has been charged with rape, kidnapping, and burglary.

Investigators Determine Cause Of Fatal Fire In Mifflin Township

A firefighter was also injured and transported to a local hospital.

Prosecutor: Va. Tech students plotted girl's murder

The prosecutor said the two Virginia Tech students carefully planned the kidnapping and killing of a 13-year-old girl.

Automakers to recall 5M vehicles for another air bag problem

Another problem has developed with automotive air bags, and this one will bring recalls of up to 5 million vehicles worldwide.

Officials Say Bomb Threats Made To Schools A Hoax

Linden McKinley, Mifflin and Northland high schools each received the threats via phone.

Suspects In West Virginia Murder Thought To Be In Columbus

Police are looking for two people thought to be involved in a triple shooting that left one person dead in West Virginia.

Reynoldsburg Man Indicted For Murder After Toddler's Squeezing Death

The Franklin County coroner's office says the child suffered a major skull fracture from someone squeezing her head.

Super Bowl Technology: Then & Now

What the news looked like back in 1967 is a far cry from today's high tech shows.

Inmate Escapes From Work Site In Southeastern Ohio

The Athens County Sheriff’s Office is hunting for an inmate who walked away from a job site a day ago.

Honda Recalls 2.2M Vehicles For Takata Air Bag Trouble

The recall is a big chunk of the 5 million additional vehicles to be repaired for Takata inflator problems that U.S. safety regulators announced last month.

Alleged Informant: Joel Wright Told Me He Wanted To Have Sex With A Baby

10TV is the only news outlet to speak with the Mexican man who says that Joel Wright, the former seminary student at the Pontifical College Josephinum, wanted him to buy an infant to allegedly rape.

Growing Number Of Students Battling Depression, Doctors Say

There’s something besides bullying that school parents should be on the lookout for with their children: stress and anxiety brought on by the pressure to succeed in the classroom.

Robot Designed To Annoy Telemarketers

A developer is using artificial intelligence to turn the tables on pesky calls. Find out more.

CDC Warns Women Of Childbearing Age About Drinking Alcohol

Women who aren't on birth control shouldn't drink alcohol, CDC says. Read more.

Officials Link Third Victim To Athens Serial Sexual Assault Suspect

Officials in Athens County have identified a third sexual assault linked to cases in 2006 and 2015.

The Craft Beer Business Is Booming In Columbus

If you're going to a Super Bowl party or watching at your favorite pub, you may think differently about beer after reading this.

NFL and law enforcement: no credible threat to Super Bowl 50

The NFL is satisfied with the collaborative effort between local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to handle any possible issues, including terrorism of any kind.

Rick Santorum ends bid for the White House, backs Rubio

Santorum announced on Fox News Channel that he had decided, "The best way to do what I set out to do when we announced the run for president ... (is) by not furthering our campaign."

Florida declares public health emergency for Zika in four counties

Florida health officials have confirmed that there have been nine cases of the mosquito-borne Zika virus in the state.

Obama decries "inexcusable" rhetoric against Muslim Americans

The president laid part of the blame on television news and media reports, which often "gives this hugely distorted impression" of Muslims.

Central Ohio Police Concerned After FOP Computer Data Breach

Officers say they are worried that criminals could gain access to their home addresses after hackers stole data from Fraternal Order of Police computer servers.

Drug Runners Busted With 3,500 Pounds Of Marijuana, $1.5 Million In Cash

Investigators said all of that marijuana came in a moving truck from Tucson, Arizona and then dropped off at Polaris Fashion Place.

Last Chance To Vote On Polar Bear Cub's Name

Voters have a choice of four names picked out by the zoo's staff and the poll closes at midnight.

Central Ohio natives Maggie Grace, Josh Radnor Discuss Columbus On 'Late Late Show'

Josh Radnor ('How I Met Your Mother') and Maggie Grace ('Taken' and 'Lost') were both on the show promoting their current projects.

'What if' moments that defined Super Bowl legacies

For five decades, Super Bowl legacies have been cemented or destroyed thanks to a sometimes fluky confluence of luck.

Pa. judge rules Bill Cosby sex assault case can move forward

Common Pleas Judge Steven O'Neill issued the ruling after a hard-fought two-day hearing.

Taxi driver: Escaped inmates argued over killing me

Cab driver Long Hoang Ma detailed the harrowing week he spent with the three violent fugitives who escaped on Jan. 22 from the Orange County jail.

Federal Officials Push For Lower Blood Alcohol Content Limits

NTSB says more lives could be saved if the U.S. were to lower the legal limit for impairment to .05 instead of the current .08.

Former Seminary Student Wanted To Pay Parents To Watch Their Children: Police Report

According to a police report last May from the Steubenville Police Department, Joel Wright placed an ad on Craigslist offering to pay parents up to $150 to watch and babysit their young children.

Ohio State Football: 2016 National Signing Day

Follow the latest updates from National Signing Day and meet the newest Buckeyes.

Man Accused Of Killing Danville Officer Pleads Not Guilty

32-year-old Herschel Jones III was indicted on 10 counts, including aggravated murder, in connection to the shooting death of Danville Officer Thomas Cottrell.

National Signing Day: Where Central Ohio HS Athletes Are Headed

Wednesday marks the beginning of National Signing Day and for many student-athletes around Central Ohio it is the day they decide where they'll be going to college.

Trump accuses Cruz of Iowa fraud, demands new election

On his official Twitter account Wednesday, Trump said: "Based on the fraud committed by Senator Ted Cruz during the Iowa Caucus, either a new election should take place or Cruz results nullified."

2 Ohio toddlers revived with drug overdose antidote Narcan

Police in Warren, northwest of Youngstown, were awaiting toxicology reports to confirm whether the 9-month-old and 21-month-old had drugs in their systems.

Door-To-Door Solicitors Get Reminder To Register

Double-check the next time you hear that knock on your door. Police in Reynoldsburg say a recent report of aggressive solicitors canvassing neighborhoods is prompting a heads up to local communities.

Fiat Chrysler recalls Chargers that can slip off jacks

Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than a half-million Dodge Chargers worldwide because they can slip off of a jack when tires are being changed.

Feds Seize 2,000 Pounds Of Pot In Columbus-To-Arizona Drug Ring Bust

Four accused drug runners were arrested on Tuesday after federal agents seized more than 2,000 pounds of marijuana and $1.2 million in relation to a ring between Tucson, Arizona and Columbus.

Man Sucked Out Of Plane Midair After Explosion

Somali officials said Wednesday there was no evidence, thus far, to suggest criminal activity caused a massive hole to appear in the side of a passenger jet the previous day as it took off from Mogadishu.

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul Quits 2016 GOP Presidential Race

Campaign spokeswoman Eleanor May confirmed his decision Wednesday to The Associated Press, saying a statement would be forthcoming.

One Person Killed In Head-On Crash Near Grove City

The accident happened on SR-665 near Borror Road in Grove City just after 10 p.m.

Thief Hides In Reynoldsburg Sam's Club, Steals Garbage Bag Full Of Jewelry

Residents in Reynoldsburg are on alert for a man who hid inside a local Sam's Club store to swipe a garbage bag full of fine jewelry.

White House To Request $1.1B To Fight Heroin Abuse

The administration will seek a $1 billion increase in spending over two years to expand access to treatment. It will spend about $127 million on such treatment programs this year.

Scientists Map Bedbug Genome, Follow Pest Through NYC Subway

In the grubby recesses of hundreds of stations, they discovered something surprising: genetic diversity among the bloodsucking creatures.

Sex Abuse Victim Demands Transparency In Case Of Accused Seminary Student

A victim of sex abuse by a priest says seminaries should be doing more thorough screenings for students like the one accused of seeking sex with children.

From The Backfield To Broadway: Eddie George Runs With 'Chicago'

No. 27 is off the field and on the stage, starring in the Broadway musical "Chicago."

City Begins To Shut Down Nuisance Properties In Columbus

The rule that allows the city issue permits to hotels and motels went into effect January 1.