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Community Still Reeling After Attack On Columbus Restaurant

People have stopped by to show their support by placing notes and words of encouragement on the doors and windows.

CBS Confirms Machete Attack Suspect Was In United States On Green Card

The motives for the attack by 30-year-old Mohamad Barry remain unclear but investigators are looking for possible ties to extremists.

Columbus Police, FBI Investigate Possible Motive For Machete Attacks

Police say 30-year-old Mohamed Barry attacked restaurant customers with a machete Thursday night.

Restaurant Owner Says Terrorism Is To Blame For Machete Attack

Nazareth Restaurant and Deli owner Hany Baransi says he has no doubt Thursday night's attacks were an act of terrorism.

Witness Describes His Attempt To Stop Machete Attack Suspect

Neil McMeekin says he was having dinner at the restaurant when the suspect came into the restaurant.

One Person Killed In East Columbus Shooting

Columbus Police said the victim was shot in the chest.

Kroger to offer anti-overdose drug without prescription

Kroger says 200 pharmacies will offer naloxone over the counter within days.

Les Wexner Assumes Leadership Of Victoria’s Secret Following CEO’s Resignation

Sharen Turney, the president and CEO of Victoria’s Secret $7 billion lingerie brand, has suddenly resigned from her post.

Second West Virginia Murder Suspect Captured In Columbus

The suspects are accused of firing shots into a group, killing one at a nightclub in Beckley, West Virginia.

President Bill Clinton Hosts Rally For Hillary In Cincinnati

The 42nd President said the next president must ensure that all lives matter.

ODH: Two New Zika Virus Cases In Returning Travelers, One In Licking Co.

The new cases have been reported for a 56-year-old Butler County woman returning from Guyana and a 60-year-old Licking County man returning from Haiti.

Ohio police officer placed on leave after comment about Black Lives Matter activist's suicide

Officials say an Ohio police officer is being put on paid leave over a Facebook comment about Black Lives Matter MarShawn McCarrel.

Former Ohio State Wrestler, MMA Fighter Kevin Randleman Dies From Pneumonia

One of the most-celebrated wrestlers in the history of Ohio State University has passed away.

Don't Set Your iPhone's Date To January 1, 1970

Setting the phone back to 1970 will permanently break the phone.

Columbine shooter's mother says she thinks of victims daily

The mother of Columbine High School shooter Dylan Klebold says she didn't know anything was wrong with her son before the 1999 attack.

Evening Forecast: Wind Chill Advisory Issued For Central Ohio

An arctic cold front will move through our area tonight causing gusty winds and temperatures to dip to bitterly cold levels.

Ohio Company Sells Classic Etch A Sketch To Toronto Toy Firm

The Ohio company that has produced or owned the Etch A Sketch for more than five decades has sold the classic toy to a Toronto-based toy firm.

Prosecutor: Mansfield Woman "Violently Killed, Dismembered & Discarded"

However, authorities did not confirm that remains found in three different locations were those of Hudson, pending DNA and x-ray analysis.

Two 15-Year-Old Girls Killed In Shooting At Phoenix-Area High School

Two students were shot and killed Friday at a high school in the Phoenix suburb of Glendale.

Is It Better To Save Buying Store-Brand Products?

Whether to buy name-brand or store-brand foods in order to save money is a common question a lot of people are asking themselves.

Weather Geek Report: Updated Look At Presidents' Day Storm

We are watching two systems headed for Ohio: first on Friday, then Monday.

Ex-Pharma CEO Offers To Buy Kanye's New Album For $10M

Shkreli Tweeted on Wednesday an official letter he says he sent to Kanye in hopes to buy the album.

One Critical After Shooting In SW Columbus

A person was rushed to the hospital after a shooting Friday morning.

The Latest: Clinton, Sanders To Debate After Splitting Contests

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are taking their increasingly heated fight for the Democratic presidential nomination back to the debate stage.

Is It Possible To Negotiate Your College Tuition?

If you've checked the cost of a year of college education lately, it's enough to put a parent into sticker shock. But are these budget-busting tuition rates really the bottom line?

Wis. jury convicts man who used beer battered fish defense

A Wisconsin jury has convicted a man who blamed beer-battered fish when he was picked up on his 10th drunken driving offense.

10 arrested in Florida heroin bust, including 74-year-old woman in wheelchair

Agents said Ruth Perez-Lopez, a 74-year-old woman who used a wheelchair, led the organization.

NYC officer convicted of manslaughter in stairwell shooting

A rookie police officer who shot an unarmed man dead in a darkened public housing stairwell was convicted Thursday of manslaughter in a case closely watched by advocates for police accountability.

Cops Kill Suspect After Violent Machete Attack At Northeast Columbus Restaurant

A machete-wielding madman is dead after brutally attacking diners at a northeast Columbus restaurant Thursday evening.

State Developing Action Plan After Legionella Bacteria Found in State Building

New test results show that legionella bacteria was found in a location in the Rhodes Tower.

14 Buckeyes Invited To Participate In NFL Combine

Ohio State had the most players in the nation invited to this year's combine.

Columbus Buffalo Soldier Reflects On Adversity After Returning Home

John B. Williams of East Columbus is one of the Army's few remaining Buffalo Soldiers.

Local Dogs Headed To The Prestigious Westminster Dog Show

Some special hound dogs will try to take home the coveted "Best In Show" award at this year’s Westminster Dog Show.

Medical Marijuana Debate Has Lawmakers Wanting To Know More

The first meeting of the Medical Marijuana Task Force was held at the Ohio Statehouse Thursday.

Simple Steps To Protect Your Credit Cards Against Fraud

The fast food giant Wendy’s is slowly releasing details about its investigation into possible credit card fraud at East Coast and Midwest restaurant locations.

Riot at prison in Northern Mexico leaves 49 inmates dead

A brawl between rival drug gangs at an overcrowded penitentiary in northern Mexico turned into a riot Thursday.

Planned Parenthood targets John Kasich

John Kasich has come under fire from Planned Parenthood as he debates whether to sign a bill stripping Planned Parenthood of the $1.3 million it receives from Ohio's health department.

Slain Maryland deputies were fathers, veterans of the force

In an emotional address, the Harford County sheriff identified two deputies who were fatally shot in the line of duty Wednesday.

Last occupiers of Oregon wildlife refuge surrender to FBI

The holdouts were the last remnants of the group that seized the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge on Jan. 2.

Cleveland Apologizes For $500 Ambulance Bill Sent To Tamir Rice's Family

The Mayor of Cleveland has apologized to the family of Tamir Rice, saying he is sorry for any pain caused by a $500 claim for emergency services sent to the boy's estate.

Breakthrough: Scientists Detect Einstein-Predicted Ripples

In an announcement that electrified the world of astronomy, scientists said Thursday that they have finally detected gravitational waves, the ripples in the fabric of space-time that Einstein predicted a century ago.

James Corden's "Carpool Karaoke" With Adele Breaks YouTube Record

More than 67.6 million people have watched the duo cruise through London.

Weather Geek Report: Tracking The President's Day Storm

Chris Bradley is watching a storm for early next week that could bring several inches of snow to Ohio.

Astronaut Tweets Cool Video Of Lightning Storm From Space

It's an out-of-this-world view. British astronaut Tim Peake took to social media Tuesday to share the impressive sight of a lightning storm as seen from the International Space Station.

School and Business Closings, Delays

Watch 10TV, listen to Sunny 95, and refresh to get the latest school closings and delays for Columbus and central Ohio.

Alleged Victim Says Former Teacher's Aide "Raped Him" Several Times

Michelle Moore has been charged with unlawful sexual conduct with a minor.

VIDEO: Company Shows How Quickly Hoverboard Batteries Catch Fire

A private company works to educate firefighters about the fire danger hoverboards can pose. Find out more.

Some Ohio Lawmakers Think Planned Parenthood Cuts Will Benefit Women's Health

The defunding has been met with hard opposition and controversy from Planned Parenthood advocates.

Occupiers At Oregon Refuge Say They'll Turn Themselves In

The last four armed occupiers of a national wildlife refuge in eastern Oregon said they would turn themselves in Thursday morning after law officers surrounded them in a tense standoff.

Grove City Officer Receives Praise For Saluting Funeral Procession

A local law enforcement officer is receiving praise for his kind act last week.

Ohio House Passes Legislation To Require Mandatory Prison Sentences For Sex Offenders

House Bill 405 establishes a mandatory prison sentence for soliciting a child under 13 years old to engage in sexual activity.

FBI unable to crack San Bernardino killers' cell phone

Testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee, the FBI Director cited the case as an example of how encryption is affecting counterterrorism efforts.

Police: Okla. man decapitated grandma, her husband

Quinton Dashawn Laster, 20, was arrested Tuesday after police found the bodies of Sharon Reed, 59, and James Earl Reed, 78.

Columbus Crew SC Unveil New "For Columbus" Kit

The new kit was inspired by the Columbus City flag.

Slain teen's father said he found out about her death on TV

The father of a 13-year-old girl who police say was slain by a Virginia Tech student said he found out about his daughter's death on TV.

Teacher's aide charged with filming sexual acts between students

Deonte Carraway, 22, was a paid teacher's assistant and the director of a Youth Choir.

Proposed AEP Rate Hike Leads To Controversy

The group opposed, called Alliance, says customers will pay nearly an additional $2 billion over the next 8 years.

Ohio House Of Representatives Vote To Defund Planned Parenthood

The House of Representatives voted 59-32 in favor of defunding.

Instructor's Tips For Driving On Ice & Show

10TV took to the roads with a driving instructor for a refresher course on how to handle the wintry conditions.

Dublin Buys Undeveloped Land, Set To Purchase More

The city of Dublin has made a big land purchase and is in negotiations for another.

Evening Forecast: Very Cold With Lows Dropping Into Single Digits

Cold temperatures and evening colder wind chills move into Ohio tonight.

Department of Justice announces civil rights suit against Ferguson

The federal government sued the city of Ferguson on Wednesday, one day after the city council voted to revise an agreement aimed at improving the way police and courts treat poor people and minorities in the St. Louis suburb.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Ends 2016 White House Bid

Campaign spokeswoman Samantha Smith said Christie shared his decision with staff at his campaign headquarters in Morristown, New Jersey, late Wednesday afternoon.

Health officials: Here's what we need to do to stop Zika virus

The Obama administration has asked Congress for $1.8 billion in emergency funding to fight Zika.

Bond Set At $75K For Aide Accused Of Sex With 14-Year-Old

The Licking County Sheriff’s Office arrested Michelle Moore Tuesday after a weeks-long investigation to allegations made by the victim.

Cops: Toddler thrown from car after Amber Alert ends in chase, crash

Officials say Colorado state troopers chased a man accused of abducting his 2-year-old daughter for more than 25 miles before his vehicle hit their spike strips and rolled over.

Daimler recalling 840,000 vehicles in US for Takata air bags

The recall affects Mercedes-Benz cars and SUVs from the 2005-2014 model years.

Carly Fiorina Ends Bid For Republican Nomination For President

Fiorina posted a message online saying she would be ending her campaign.

Study Abroad Programs That Travel To Zika Infected Countries Taking More Precautions

Ohio State University says it has current or upcoming university sponsored student programming in at least in 14 countries affected by the Zika virus.

Subaru recalling 82,661 Tribeca SUVs because hoods can open

Subaru is recalling 82,661 Tribeca SUVs because their hoods can open unexpectedly while driving.

VW recalls 680,000 vehicles with suspect air bag inflators

Automaker Volkswagen says it is recalling 680,000 vehicles with suspect air bag inflators in the United States.

Danville Police Dept. Issues Heartfelt Letter In Wake Of Officer’s Slaying

Officers from the Danville Police Department released a letter on Wednesday thanking not only the community, but supporters worldwide after one of their own was tragically killed in the line of duty.

Sheriff's Office Seizes Half Kilo Of Coke, $36K Cash In Drug Bust

The Franklin County Drug Task Force and Franklin County SWAT arrested three men in a major drug trafficking bust on Tuesday.

CPD Officer, Trooper Recognized For Saving Driver From Burning Vehicle

A Columbus police officer and Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper were honored for their heroic actions.

Planned Parenthood Facing More Statehouse Scrutiny

The Ohio House of Representatives is expected to debate two issues involving women's health care provider Planned Parenthood today – including one that could formally de-fund the agency.

Debate On Whether Tampons Should Be Tax-Free Arrives In Utah

International debate over whether tampons and other feminine hygiene products should be tax-free has made its way to conservative Utah, where a bill is set to be heard by a committee made up of only men.

Sears, Kmart Closing At Least 50 Stores, Including 3 Ohio Locations

Shares slid early Tuesday to 13-year lows after the company said it would accelerate the closure of some of its stores following a "challenging" holiday season.

Trio Busted For Shooting, Robbery In Whitehall

23-year-old Doug Grogg, Davughn Shaw and David Shaw - both 28 - were arrested Wednesday for shooting a robbing a man at gunpoint two days ago.

Browns Deny Lying About Johnny Manziel's Concussion

The Browns are defending their handling of Johnny Manziel's late-season concussion.

Trump Proves GOP Establishment Can't Stop Him

Trump's 18-point victory and the self-described democratic socialist's 21-point win are reminders of the limits of party power in an age of anger toward Washington and frustration with politics.

WATCH: Father Helping Son In Wheelchair At Skate Park Goes Viral

It's the father-son bond that's inspiring the world.

U.S. led the world with shark attacks in 2015

The U.S. led the world with 59 attacks, including those in Florida, eight in each of the Carolinas and seven in Hawaii.

Cops: Girl, 9, drove for drunk parents with baby in car

Jason Roth and Amanda Eggert have pleaded not guilty to charges in Wisconsin.

"My head hurts": Dad listens to daughter's shooting death

Last Friday, she was sitting in her car outside her apartment complex, chatting with her dad, who said he had feared for the worst when she moved from San Diego to the notoriously violence-riddled city.

Election 2016 Primary Calendar and Results

Here's when each of the states cast its votes for party candidates during the primary season.

Trump, Sanders victorious in New Hampshire primaries

While New Hampshire is known for its political surprises, Trump and Sanders led in the state for months.

SNAP Calls For Catholic Church To Host Public Meeting Regarding Joel Wright

The Columbus Diocese has repeatedly told 10TV it has no affiliation whatsoever with Wright.

Winter Weather Advisory: Scattered Snow Showers, Additional Snowfall Between 1-2 Inches

Cold temperatures will cause slushy roads to refreeze tonight especially in Southern Ohio.

Heavy Snow Forces Ohio University To Cancel Classes For Second Time This Winter

Hocking College and other schools in the county closed after the snow created hazardous driving conditions.

Man Climbs To New Heights In Columbus' Tallest Building For Charity

Over three decades, two steps at a time, Gill has raised more than $550,000 for charity.

Winter Storm Closes Ross County Schools For Second Day

Recent storm has dumped 4 inches of snow and the area could see as many as 7 inches before the week is over.

Local Black Lives Matter Activist's Suicide Stuns Family & Community

MarShawn McCarrel was a young leader in Columbus, fighting for justice reform and to feed the hungry.

GM recalling 473,000 trucks and SUVs for brake pedal problem

The recall covers certain 2015 and 2016 Chevrolet Silverado HD, GMC Sierra HD and Chevrolet Tahoe police vehicles.

Maurice Clarett Pleads Guilty To Drunk Driving Charge

The 32-year-old was pulled over following a 911 call from a driver, who reported the former Buckeye was driving erratically near Mount Gilead just before 2 p.m. on January 4.

Ohio Amber Alert For Three Stark County Children Canceled

The alert was issued for three abducted children in east-central Ohio Tuesday afternoon.

Florida man accused of throwing gator through drive-thru window

The incident happened last October, but police arrested the suspect this week.

Is 99 Cent Gas A Possibility In Central Ohio?

According to, gas prices have hit their lowest in 12 years in the Midwest.

Two Hurt After Train Derails Near Marysville

At least two people have been injured after a freight train derailed in southeast Marysville Tuesday morning.

New Hampshire Primary: 5 Things To Know

Voters in the first-in-the nation primary are getting the chance to cast judgment on the presidential field in a vote sure to shake the race to the White House.