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Generosity Saves Business Targeted By Thieves

A Johnsontown archery club has bounced back after being robbed this week, thanks to a generous local business.

Best Bets: Things To Do Around Central Ohio This Weekend

Brittany Begley is breaking down the fun and fashionable events going on around Columbus this weekend.

Bus Fleet Delivers Migrants To Austria

Thousands of exhausted, surprised and relieved migrants have arrived in Austria.

Club Shooting Victim Involved In Freeway Crash

An early morning shooting sends police rushing to a north Columbus night club and a portion of the freeway. Read more.

Partly Cloudy And Muggy Start To The Weekend

Josh Poland says temperatures are heating up today. Find out how hot it will get.

Utah Authorities Probing 'OSU' Found On Ancient Rock Art

Authorities in Utah say they are investigating whether students from Ohio State University scrawled signatures on ancient rock art.

Parents Continue To Be Concerned About Children At Linden Bus Stop

Parents say they still feel like their kids are not safe waiting for the bus in the Linden Area near Linden Park.

Preview: Ohio State vs. Virginia Tech

The Ohio State Buckeyes will be looking to avenge last season's 35-21 home loss against the Hokies

Shark mauls 65-year-old off Australia

A 65-year-old man was mauled by a shark off Australia's most populous state on Friday, but managed to get back on his surf ski and get help for a serious leg injury, police said.

Arby's Workers Disciplined After Refusing To Serve Officer

A manager has been fired and a drive-thru worker has been put on paid leave at a South Florida Arby's restaurant accused of refusing to serve a police officer.

Kentucky clerk has a "clean conscience" in jail, attorney says

Kim Davis now wears an orange jumpsuit and "has already been doing Bible studies with herself" in jail.

Columbus Man Charged With Hate Crime After Threatening Gay Gym Members, Staff

A Columbus man is charged with a hate crime after police say he threatened to open fire on a local fitness center.

Forecast: Showers & Storms Continue To Push Through Central Ohio

Heavy rain, strong winds and even hail was reported across the viewing area.

Records Show Inflated Evaluations Of Ohio Charter Schools

The State Auditor says lawmakers need to pass legislation to hold these public schools accountable.

Student's new ride after DWI arrest: A Barbie Jeep

Junior Tara Monroe tells the website her license was automatically suspended after refusing a Breathalyzer test after a Waka Flocka concert.

More Victims May Be Connected To Serial Voyeur: Gahanna PD

Police say 30-year-old Anthony Hopper was caught taking photos under a woman’s dress at the Home Goods store at the Stoneridge Plaza in Gahanna last Sunday.

Nissan Recalls 300,000 Vehicles To Adjust Console Panel

Nissan is recalling nearly 300,000 of its Versa and Versa Note vehicles to adjust a console panel that could catch the driver's shoe and slow braking efforts.

Police Investigating Report Of Man Fondling Himself Near Worthington Bus Stop

The incident reportedly happened on Wednesday near the intersection of Hard and Linworth Roads in north Columbus.

With Clerk Jailed, Gay Kentucky Couples Get Marriage License

A gay couple walked out of a Kentucky clerk's office with a marriage license, hours after the county's defiant clerk was hauled to jail for refusing to license same-sex marriages.

Ohio Supt. Says Change To Remedy Charter 'Breakdown'

Ohio's top public schools official says he supports tough accountability for schools and is disappointed flawed charter-school sponsor evaluations went out under his watch.

Kraft Expands Recall Of American Cheese Slices

Kraft Heinz is expanding a recall of Kraft Singles products, saying a problem with the packaging film affects 10 times as many cases as it first thought.

Fales Throws For 2 TDs, Bears Beat Browns 24-0

David Fales made his case to be Chicago's third-string quarterback, throwing two touchdown passes, and the Bears closed out the preseason with a 24-0 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Thursday night.

5 Things To Avoid Buying Labor Day Weekend

The unofficial end of summer means plenty of sales; but you may want to skip these deals.

Star Wars Fans Hit Stores To Buy New Toys

Fans lined up early to buy the newest round of action figures. Read more.

Traffic Stop Turns Into Drug Bust

Circleville police arrested three people found in possession of crack cocaine. Find out more.

Reward Offered For Information About Heath Identity Thief

Licking County Crime Stoppers is searching for a man using a stolen credit card to buy a PlayStation. Read more.

Mother Charged In Connection To Toddler’s Heroin Overdose Death

Erica Barley has been charged with involuntary manslaughter and endangering children.

School Districts Work To Address Bathroom Policies For Transgender Students

A group is pushing an Ohio school district to change a policy affecting students.

Columbus Family Sues Funeral Home Over Alleged Body Mix-Up

The family said it was a nightmare they experienced and has left them unable to heal from an already painful loss.

City Employee Violated Rules In Aiding Homebuyer

The woman who purchased Mayor Coleman’s home was given help that went too far.

Cardale ‘Doing Fine’ After Hospitalization

Ohio State says "12 Gauge" is feeling better after he was hospitalized last night for headaches.

3 shot, 1 killed, gunman sought on Sacramento college campus

Police say at least one victim was a student in a shooting that left one person dead and two people injured in the parking lot of Sacramento City College.

Victim Dies From Injuries Suffered In 2013 Shooting

The two men orginally charged for robbery, could face additional charges.

Trump vows no third-party bid, will back GOP primary winner

The decision follows weeks of behind-the-scenes efforts by GOP leaders, who've been trying to avert the possibility of an independent campaign by Trump ever since last month's opening debate.

Kraft Heinz expands Kraft Singles recall

The privately-held company said it's received two new reports of customers choking.

Columbus Woman Who Killed Intruder Had Similar Case Before

A woman who shot and killed a man breaking into her east Columbus home has fired a shot at an intruder before.

Ohio State Joins Virginia Tech In Honoring WDBJ-7 Victims With Helmet Stickers

Ohio State will join Virginia Tech in honoring the memory of two local television journalists who were tragically killed in a shooting on Aug. 26.

There's Still Time To Snag A Last-Minute Labor Day Travel Deal

If you're looking for some much needed Labor Day R & R, there's still time to find great travel options for your long weekend!

Forecast: Scattered Showers & T'Storms Tonight

Skies will hazy and humid tonight, and tomorrow will be a repeat of today

10 Things To Know: Ohio State vs. Virginia Tech

The defending national champions start their quest for back-to-back titles in Blacksburg Monday night.

Power Restored After Major North Side Outage

Power has returned to AEP customers on the north side after a major outage this afternoon.

Judge Orders Defiant Kentucky Clerk To Jail

A federal judge has ordered a defiant Kentucky clerk to jail after she refused to issue marriage licenses to gay couples.

Supermoon Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month

A rare combination of celestial events will grace the night sky later this month. NASA says a supermoon lunar eclipse will take place September 27.

Trump Expected To Sign GOP ‘Loyalty Pledge’

The Republican candidates for president started putting pen to paper on Thursday, pledging not to mount a third-party bid as they awaited news that front-runner Donald Trump may do the same.

West Jefferson Building Will Have To Be Demolished After Partial Collapse

The mayor of West Jefferson says a structural engineer has determined a building at 44 West Main Street that partially collapsed early Sunday morning will have to be demolished.

Federal Judge Tosses Out Tom Brady’s Four Game Suspension In ‘Deflategate’

A federal judge deflated "Deflategate" Thursday, erasing New England quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension for a controversy that the NFL claimed threatened football's integrity.

City Of Dayton Apologizes For Officer In 'Eye Contact' Traffic Stop

The City of Dayton issued an apology for a police officer who allegedly pulled a man over for making "direct eye contact."

One Marine Killed In Helicopter Hard Landing

One person was killed and nine other injured when a marine helicopter made a hard landing in North Carolina. Read more.

K9 Units Brought In After South Columbus Shooting

Four people were taken into custody after a shooting early Thursday morning. Find out more.

Clerk Turning Away Same-Sex Couples Heads To Federal Court

Federal court to decide Kentucky county clerk’s punishment. Find out more.

Sausage Patty Recall

Sausage patties recalled after complaints of metal pieces. Find out more.

Franklin County Inmate Released Early Leads To Political Debate

The campaign team for mayoral candidate Andrew Ginther said it’s the fault of Sheriff Scott who is running against him.

Dublin Police Warn Parents About Social Hosting

Dublin police issued a warning to parents Wednesday night: if your teens serve alcohol at a party, you could go to jail.

Two People Dead In Delaware County Shooting

Police received a call just after 7 p.m. Wednesday about the incident on Falling Meadows Drive in Galena.

Stolen Equipment From Johnstown Archery Club Could Hold Up Annual Tournament

Owner Christopher Worthen said thieves stole a trailer parked in front of the business in the 1100 block of U.S. 62.

Columbus Police Need Help Identifying Rape Suspect

Police are attempting to identify a man who raped a woman and injured her so badly, she was hospitalized.

Franklin Co. Employees Disciplined After Accidental Release Of Prisoner

Franklin County Sheriff Zach Scott says he disciplined nearly a half dozen employees after a female prisoner was mistakenly released from jail before serving her full sentence.

Columbus City Officials Working To Remove Smell From Water On West Side

The city’s division of water said there’s no need to worry and the issue is caused by algae.

Husted, ResponsibleOhio Spar Over "Monopoly" Label

Husted says Responsible Ohio would control marijuana prices but ResponsibleOhio says amendment forbids that.

Two Weapons Found At Sherwood Middle School In Separate Incidents

A lockdown has been lifted at Sherwood Middle School after two weapons were found on school grounds Wednesday morning.

Tired of thefts, man buys gun and shoots burglar hours later

Lembo confronted the alleged intruder in his home rifling through his prescription medication and held him at gunpoint.

N.C. introduces scratch and sniff BBQ lottery tickets

Lottery officials launched the BBQ Bucks scratch-off game at barbecue restaurants in the respective cities.

Police Union calls for Arby's boycott after officer snubbed

A South Florida police union is calling for a national boycott of Arby's after police say Police Officer Jennifer Martin was denied service by an employee at the fast-food chain.

Texas man kills himself while taking selfie with gun

A 19-year-old Texas man is dead after police say he accidentally shot himself while posing for a selfie with a gun.

Frozen corn recalled over Listeria scare

More than 9,000 cases of frozen corn produced by Bonduelle USA Inc. is being recalled due to concerns of possible contamination with Listeria.

Jessa Duggar finally turns back on brother Josh

After standing by her brother Josh throughout his sexual molestation scandal, Jessa (Duggar) Seewald is finally taking a stand.

Sony, back in the crosshairs, defends 'Concussion'

The film dramatizes the forensic pathologist, Dr. Bennet Omalu, who uncovered the fatal effects that repeated head trauma has had on many NFL players.

Ohio Reviewing Massillon's Use Of Tiger Cub Mascot

The exemption was meant to let Massillon Washington High School and its boosters locally possess a tiger under certain restrictions.

Report: some top baby monitors lack basic security features

Several of the most popular Internet-connected baby monitors lack basic security features, making them vulnerable to even the most basic hacking attempts, according to a new report from a cybersecurity firm.

Third Gun Discovered At A Columbus School In One Day

For a third time on Wednesday, a weapon was found at a Columbus school. The latest incident occurred at Mifflin High School on Oak Spring Street.

Obama Gets Iran Deal Win As Senate Dems Amass Enough Votes

President Obama secured a landmark foreign policy victory Wednesday as Senate Democrats amassed enough votes to ensure the Iran nuclear deal survives in Congress

Columbus Postal Worker Accused Of Hoarding More Than 13,000 Pieces Of Mail

A postal worker accused of stashing mail in his home and vehicle is now facing jail time.

FDA Issues Warning Letters To Powdered Caffeine Distributors

The agency said in a statement Tuesday that it sent the warning letters to the distributors "because these products are dangerous and present a significant or unreasonable risk of illness or injury to consumers."

Vine Star Does Splits Around NYC

Video goes viral of man doing splits around New York City. Read more.

Best And Worst Cars Of 2015

Consumer Reports' verdict on which new models are great choices, and which should go back to the drawing board. Read more.

Kermit The Frog Squashes New Girlfriend Rumors

Kermit the Frog squashes report he's got a new lady (pig) in his life. Read more.

Bear May Be Put Down After Close Encounter With Hiker

An encounter between a woman and a bear may become fatal for the cub. Read more.

Crash Leaves Trail Of Debris In East Columbus

An east Columbus intersection was shut down early Wednesday morning after a crash knocked down a large pole.

David Letterman Emerges With Beard At IndyCar Event

Letterman is part owner of the team that nearly won the IndyCar championship.

Former Wrestling Star Charged With Three-Decade Old Murder

Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka was arrested and charged with third-degree murder on Tuesday. Read more.

Man Saves Toddler Dangling From Building Window

A man used a mop to save a child from dropping from a fourth-story window. Read more.

Police Hunting Suspects In Illinois Officer's Death

Lake County Undersheriff Raymond Rose says the officer was pursuing people described as suspicious when he was shot and killed in Fox Lake, 55 miles north of Chicago.

Infant Found Dead In Ross Co. From Blunt Force Trauma; Arrest Made

According to Sheriff George Lavender, deputies responded to a home on the 2000 block of Valley Road on a report of an unresponsive infant last Sunday.

Local Mother Reeling After Death Of Second Son In Less Than A Year

Desirae lost her 19-year-old Tuesday to a shooting and her 13-year-old son in February to brain cancer.

Armed Homeowner Fatally Shoots Alleged Intruder

Police tell 10TV a female homeowner says she shot a person attempting to break into her home on the 600 block of South Hampton Road Tuesday morning.

Chipotle To Expand Delivery Service To 40 College Campuses

New list of campuses to include Ohio State.

Register: 2015 Maria's Miles 3-Mile Run/Walk

Maria's Miles 3-Mile is a family-friendly, fund-raising event to benefit Maria's Message and the Maria Tiberi Foundation.

School shooter texted 'I'm sorry' to family before killings

Minutes before a Washington state high school freshman fatally shot four friends and then himself, he sent a group text message to his family outlining his funeral wishes and apologizing to the parents of the teenagers he was about to kill.

Operators of 2 Ohio abortion clincis sue over state hurdles

The operators of two southwest Ohio abortion clinics asked a federal court on Tuesday to declare recently enacted state laws governing their operations unconstitutional.

Parents of woman killed on San Francisco pier file claims

The shooting of Steinle triggered a national debate over immigration after it was revealed that the Sheriff's Department had released Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez despite a federal request to detain him for possible deportation.

Man who got life for marijuana charge goes free in Missouri

Police said Mizanskey conspired to sell 6 pounds of marijuana to a dealer connected with Mexican drug cartels.

Caught on camera: Spanish migrant hiding in car engine

The man wasn't alone, either, as another photo shows another migrant practically sown into a car seat.

Hiker stranded 9 days with broken legs shares story of survival

Miyuki Harwood, 62, was found Saturday morning in a remote area of the Sierra National Forest after she used a whistle to get the attention of a search and rescue team who were looking for her.

MORPC Releases Top 40 High Crash Intersections

The top 40 intersections are ranked based on a formula that considers number of crashes, traffic volume and severity.

Man may face charges after killing bear cubs going through his trash

A Colorado man is facing charges after allegedly shooting at a momma bear and her two cubs going through his trash, killing the two cubs

Teen Dies After Being Shot on East Deshler Avenue

A teen gunned down Monday night was part of a family still reeling from a tragic death earlier this year.

McDonald's will launch all day breakfast on October 6

Items like Egg McMuffins, hotcakes, sausage burritos, fruit `n yogurt parfaits, hash browns and biscuits will be available anytime.