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Superintendent Tim Dettwiller says about 60 students in the district were showing signs of the infection on Thursday and were sent home.
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.
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.
Alpha Tau Omega revoked the charter and closed its Indiana University chapter Thursday following the release of a video purportedly showing a fraternity member performing a sex act on a woman.
Ohio State freshman JaQuan Lyle spoke with an NCAA investigator and confirmed the gist of allegations involving paid escorts during his recruiting trip to Louisville.
The candidate says "there is a reason that these dictatorial people take the guns first."
Each family will each receive $200,000 in a legal settlement with the Sarasota County School Board.
Police have yet to ID the unidentified male.
The goal of the Columbus Kids Making program is to make sure all kids are hitting their developmental marks before they get to school.
Council President Andrew Ginther took the chamber podium with Mayor Michael Coleman at his side Thursday morning. Ginther laid out a three point plan to toughen ethics rules for city leaders and lobbyists.
The case of Angela Luke has raised new questions about when to charge or not
Skies will turn cloudy and showers will move into Ohio overnight. Showers are likely early Friday before clearing out by tomorrow evening.
A Pickerington Elementary School teacher has been reinstated after homicide charges against her were dropped.
A man considered a “person of interest” in the deaths of his mother and girlfriend has been indicted in connection to the shooting deaths of his mother and girlfriend, according to the Knox County Prosecutor.
About 35,000 Safety 1st highchairs are being recalled following reports that children were able to remove the tray and fall off causing chipped teeth, cuts and bruises.
General Motors is telling owners of some SUVs not to use their windshield wipers because an electrical short could cause the motor to catch fire.
Pickerington teacher Angela Luke was cleared of murder charges and reinstated at Tussing Elementary this week after a deadly domestic dispute last weekend.
The Columbus Italian Festival takes place this weekend in Italian Village near downtown Columbus. Here's what you need to know if you're headed out there!
Thousands of federal inmates serving sentences for drug crimes are set for early release next month under a cost-cutting measure intended to reduce the nation's prison population.
Airman 1st Class Spencer Stone, who was hailed as a hero for helping to tackle a gunman and thwart a terror attack on a French train in August, was stabbed in California and was in stable condition, an Air Force spokesman said Thursday.
Kasich joined "CBS This Morning" to discuss the Trans-Pacific Partnership, how he defines the Republican Party and how he would deal with Russia’s involvement in Syria.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer believes the Buckeyes' victory over Maryland last season was the turning point that eventually led to the College Football Playoff championship.
The suit worn by George Reeves in the 1950’s TV series The Adventures of Superman will go on display on Thursday at the Ohio History Center.
Massachusetts pee wee football team dances during plays. Take a look.
The award-winning artist performed at the Ohio Reformatory For Women.
Parents across the country praise the dad for letting his son be the princess from "Frozen." Read more.
A Financial Times editor says it's time to stop deceiving children. Read more.
The Ohio House of Representatives passed an amendment to a law that would broaden the offense of harassment.
Josh Dick died in July from a massive brain tumor.
The Pickerington Local Schools District has reversed a decision to withhold pay from a teacher charged with two counts of homicide.
It was authorities' most detailed account yet of the gunman's death.
A jury awarded the damages to 59-year-old Carla Bartlett of Guysville in one of two cases that could influence thousands of similar lawsuits.
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention said another child who had also visited the fair last month contracted E. coli, and officials are investigating common links between the cases.
It’s a night of football in Worthington, but for one middle schooler – this is more than just a regular game.
While this bill is directed at newly constructed schools buildings, it could also help older ones keep children safe.
Every year in Ohio, 60,000 people become victims of domestic violence. But now, a group of state lawmakers believe they've found a way to protect them after they leave their abusive relationship.
Jamine Waggle was diagnosed with stage two estrogen and progesterone positive breast cancer when she was 33-years-old. Doctors told her that if she were to carry a child, those specific hormones would run rampant in her body.
The city of Columbus is warning people to keep their pets away from water in local parks because algae are at a dangerous level.
Skies will be clear to partly cloudy overnight with areas of fog possible north of Columbus. We had a number of school delays this morning and could see a repeat again tomorrow morning
One week after the arrest of a former teacher on child sex accusations, the Catholic Diocese of Columbus says it is reviewing its procedures.
The state highway patrol is launching a new effort to stop human trafficking on the highways.
The indictment alleges Eric Chavis recruited underage victims to engage in sexually explicit conduct in his music videos, and then posted the videos on social media and adult websites.
State authorities are investigating a string of threats made against schools across Ohio.
It might seem as if airlines have left no space unused in their efforts to cram as many people as possible into planes, but one aircraft maker is demonstrating that's far from true.
A rainbow of colors is popping up in central Ohio for specific missions.
Both Schiller Park on Jaeger Street and Krumm Park on Alton Avenue have both tested positive for the toxic algae levels.
A portion of Interstate 71 was closed Wednesday morning after a crash involving several vehicles. Read more.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is working to cut down on crashes and crime.
The mother said she was sent to the pet area of Washington Dulles Airport. Read more.
Tourists were on the bridge when the glass began to shatter. Read More.
You may want to snag your canned pumpkin as soon as it hits shelves.
The Oscar-winning actor posted on Twitter a picture of a college student's ID he found. Read more.
A major road was shut down Wednesday morning after a dump truck dragged down live wires in Westerville.
A seven-page criminal complaint gives the details of Officer Matthew Dailey’s activity leading up to his arrest. Some of his close friends have read the document.
No late appeals were filed for Juan Martin Garcia, who was lethally injected for the September 1998 killing and robbery of Hugo Solano in Houston.
A man was found shot to death on a Northern California hiking trail with his wounded dog attached by leash to his hand.
The 16-year-old is charged with a felony count of inducing panic.
The company is accused of operating aircraft "in a careless or reckless manner so as to endanger lives or property."
The online writings by Laurel Harper date from a year ago to nine years ago and offer fresh insight into the gunman, 26-year-old Christopher Harper-Mercer, and his relationship with his mother.
The shooting appears accidental and no criminal charges had been filed, but authorities confiscated all the weapons.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled in June that the monument's display violated a constitutional prohibition on the use of public property to support a "system of religion."
A teacher and mother of two is facing two counts of homicide following a deadly domestic dispute last weekend in Bloom Township.
One year ago this month, a baby raccoon practically fell into the laps of the Young family.
Kandice said the loss of a child to cancer changed her husband in dramatic ways.
10 Investigates examined the contents of a new political attack ad titled “We Need a Mayor We Can Trust.” The ad, paid for by “Friends of Zach Scott” began airing Friday morning on Columbus television stations.
The weather will once again cooperate for any outdoor plans this evening as we’ll enjoy pleasant temperatures under partly to mostly cloudy skies. A weak cold front will pass through the region tonight, but most locations should stay dry.
Chicago-based Aspen Foods has announced it is recalling more than 560,000 pounds of frozen, raw, stuffed and breaded chicken products amid salmonella concerns.
A teen who escaped the Marion County Juvenile Center a day ago has been apprehended.
Jason Aldean and Lady Antebellum are just a few of the biggest names in country music who will rock out at the 'Shoe in 2016. Check out the star-studded line up.
Zeke leads the Big Ten in rushing yards and ranked sixth nationally.
Crop experts say there should be enough pumpkins for Halloween, but that supplies of canned pumpkin could be scarce by Thanksgiving.
The Foundation posted a statement on Linkedin, saying employees will also be able to take unlimited time off.
A trial that could set a gun law precedent resumes Tuesday in Milwaukee, where two police officers shot in the line of duty are suing the owners of a gun store.
A Seattle high school football player who was injured during a game last week has died.
Police said the 20-foot-long python bit him on the head and neck.
For Scott St. Clair, who moved from Cleveland to South Carolina, he wondered if the rain would ever end in his neighborhood.
Get an Egg McMuffin all day, every day. But the move to have McDonald's breakfast menu available 24/7 hasn't been easy Read more.
Your unfortunate pocket dial may be pushing 911 responders to their limit.
Dunkin' Donuts is apologizing after one of its employees reportedly wrote #blacklivesmatter on a police officer's coffee cup.
A man is behind bars after allegedly trying to rob a north Columbus Wendy's.
Two teenagers died and two others were injured in a crash on State Route 37 Friday in Morgan County.
The official also said the mother of 26-year-old gunman Christopher Harper-Mercer has told investigators he was struggling with some mental health issues.
Ohio Auditor David Yost released an audit today confirming that $850,000 of No Child Left Behind funding was abused by 27 different companies.
10TV has uncovered new information and new questions, in the investigation of a former Catholic School teacher accused of sexually abusing a student.
Detectives arrested Ra-Shaan Keemar Carter Johnson of Blacklick Monday afternoon.
A spokesperson for the township says many of the concrete statues of angels, crosses, quotes, and other personal mementos were in direct violation of rules and regulations in September.
A Montana bow hunter is recovering after he survived a grizzly bear mauling by remembering a tip from his grandmother.
Roughly a quarter of Texas' 1,200 school districts use the textbook, according to state officials.
When Laken Figel won she decided to give it to her friend since third grade, Jenna Porter.
A Knox County man arrested on Sunday in connection to the deaths of his mother and girlfriend has been indicted on a felony count of grand theft.
Beggars Night 2015: Get the list of dates and times set by communities in central Ohio
Beginning in September, 2012, people who owned dangerous wild animals could only keep them under new strict guidelines.
The owner of five tigers at a sanctuary in Marion County home has agreed to surrender the animals to the state.
The cereal boxes have "better if used by" dates of July 2016 and the plant code "LD."
An American Airlines flight from Phoenix to Boston was diverted to Syracuse, New York, Monday morning after the captain became ill and later died, according to an airline spokeswoman.
Skies will be partly cloudy this evening and overnight with lows in the low to mid 50s. We’ll see a little more in the way of clouds Tuesday night into Wednesday.
One person has been transported to the hospital in critical condition following a shooting in southwest Columbus.
After squeezing by Indiana last week 34-27, the No. 1 Buckeyes prepare to take on Maryland.
Elliott rushed for 274 yards (second-most in the FBS for a game this season) and scored three second-half touchdowns – of 55-, 65- and 75-yards – to spark the Buckeyes.