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Former Univ. Of Cincinnati Cop Enters Not Guilty Plea In Traffic Stop Shooting

A University of Cincinnati police officer who shot a motorist after stopping him over a missing front license plate has pleaded not guilty to charges of murder and involuntary manslaughter.

Police Identify Man Accused Of Lewd Conduct Near Children’s Area At Polaris

The incident took place near a children’s play area on July 17 at the mall. Police say the suspect “appeared to be engaging in lewd and inappropriate” behavior.

Popular Central Ohio Truck Gets Mixed Results In Latest Crash Test

Ford's aluminum-sided pickup saw mixed results in new crash tests. Read more.

U.S. Official: Debris In Indian Ocean Belongs To Boeing 777

Air safety investigators have a "high degree of confidence" that aircraft debris found in the Indian Ocean is of a wing component unique to the Boeing 777.

Back To School: 5 Things You Should Do Before Classes Start

10TV's Brittany Begley looks for ways to start the school year stress free. Read more.

Woman And Baby Maced In Home Invasion

Police are searching for a masked man who injured a woman and baby in southwest Columbus. Read more.

Clouds Give Way To Sun Thursday Morning

Dry and more comfortable weather for the next couple of days. Get the Doppler 10 forecast.

Pot Legalization Group Faces Signature Deadline

Time is running out to get pot legalization on the November ballot. Read more.

Battle Of The Sexes Turns Battle Over The Thermostat

Can men and women agree on a temperature in the work place? Read more.

Children Inside Home During SWAT Search

SWAT Team searches west Columbus home early Thursday morning. Find out more.

Citizen Guards Remain Outside Recruiting Centers Despite Pentagon Request

The Pentagon sent out the directive because of an incident in Lancaster, a person guarding a center whose gun went off.

Hundreds Rally To Honor Man Killed By Univ. Of Cincinnati Cop

The officer who killed Samuel DuBose has been charged with murder.

Zimbabwe Native Says Cecil The Lion Was A National Treasure

The lion was allegedly killed by a Minnesota dentist who went on a guided bow hunting trip for big game.

3 UVA grads sue Rolling Stone over retracted rape story

The three graduates filed suit Wednesday in U.S. District Court in New York. They are also suing Rolling Stone's publisher, Wenner Media.

Secretary Of State Launches Investigation, Issues Subpoenas Into ResponsibleOhio Petitions

The secretary of state’s office said “significant disparities” remain between petitions and signatures ResponsibleOhio claimed to have collected and the actual number submitted.

Red Light Cameras: Profit Or Safety?

City officials released new documents that shed light on the city's relationship with Redflex.

The Grade Debate: Are Parents Holding Back Students To Get Ahead?

Getting held back a grade in school used to come with a stigma. Now, experts say more parents are choosing to do it.

Everything You Need To Know About The Dublin Irish Festival

A compiled list of everything you need to know about the 28th annual Dublin Irish Festival.

How To Receive Franklin County Emergency Alerts At Your Fingertips

Citizens can sign up for a new alert system that can send text, emails or phone calls to warn of danger.

Univ. Of Cincinnati Campus Cop Indicted On Murder Charge In Traffic-Stop Shooting

A University of Cincinnati officer who shot a motorist during a traffic stop over a missing front license plate has been indicted on murder charges.

Officials: Ohio crime spree suspect was in U.S. illegally

Unsure of Razo's status, the deputies say they contacted Border Protection officials and were told he is from Mexico and in the U.S. illegally but they didn't want him detained.

One simple way to protect your Android phone from the Stagefright flaw

No one has exploited the vulnerability and actually hacked someone's phone -- at least, not yet.

Cat found alive aboard sunken boat pulled from Arizona lake

It's unclear who the cat belongs to, if anyone, and Western Arizona Humane Society workers named the cat River.

Teen neighbor charged as adult in slaying of Calif. girl, 8

Santa Cruz County District Attorney Jeffrey Rosell said Wednesday the teen is facing a charge of murder with special circumstances including kidnapping and sex offense.

Fla. police search for person who left dog muzzled 10-14 days

Plantation Police say the person who muzzled Liberty with a thick rubber band committed "an extreme act of cruelty."

Forecast: Strong Storms Roll In Tonight

The best chance for storms in the Columbus area will be between 5-8PM.

Bond Set At Half Million In Circleville Murder-For-Hire Scheme

A Circleville woman is behind bars on a half-million dollars bond, accused of trying to hire someone to kill her stepchildren’s mother.

Plane debris found in Indian Ocean fuels MH370 speculation

AFP reported that the debris, which appeared to be part of an airplane's wing, was found by people cleaning the shoreline of the French island.

Man Who Jumped Fence To Pet Cougars Gets Jail Time, Fines

He leaped over a Columbus Zoo barrier and pet wild cougars, now Josh Newell will find himself caged.

Mother Pleads Insanity In Newborn’s Death At Muskingum Sorority House

20-year-old Emile Weaver entered the plea on Wednesday after she was charged last week with aggravated murder, abuse of a corpse, and two counts of tampering with evidence in the child’s death.

Dispatcher resigns after telling 911 caller: "Deal with it yourself'

Albuquerque Fire Chief David Downey said in a statement that the department has launched an internal investigation into the call.

Tom Brady on Deflategate: "I did nothing wrong"

Tom Brady vowed to fight his four-game suspension for the scandal known as Deflategate, writing Wednesday in a 507-word Facebook post: "I did nothing wrong, and no one in the Patriots organization did either."

MN Dentist Accused In Beloved Lion’s Death Says He Thought Hunt Was Legal

A man who went on a guided bow hunting trip for big game in Zimbabwe said that he had no idea the lion he killed was protected

Jeff Hogan Shows His Heart and Sole

Watch 10TV's Jeff Hogan help a special athlete compete in a triathlon.

Missing Steubenville-Area Girl Found Safe

An Amber Alert has been cancelled for a 7-year-old girl from Jefferson County.

Two People Arrested After SWAT Situation

SWAT surrounded a west Columbus neighborhood Wednesday morning.

DEA Announces National Prescription Drug Take-Back Initiative For September

People can safely clean out medicine cabinets and reduce prescription drug abuse across Ohio. Read more.

Columbus Dad Charged With Critically Injuring 5-Month-Old Son

Police say 26-year-old James Howell injured his son's head so severely, it left him a medically-induced coma.

Five Things To Stop Doing Before Your Kids Head Back To School

Five things you need to stop doing before heading back to class. Read more.

Two Sent To Hospital After Being Shot In West Columbus

West Columbus residents are pleading for the violence to stop after another shooting in their neighborhood injures two people.

Lancaster Neighbors Worried About Safety, Privacy After Spotting Drone

Neighbors noticed a drone flying around homes at 1 a.m. Tuesday.

Columbus Zoo Barrier Jumper Due In Court Wednesday

The man who recorded his stunt of jumping a barrier at the Columbus Zoo to interact with some animals will be in court Wednesday.

OhioHealth Lost Patient Data Raises Concerns About Data Security

An OhioHealth Employee in trouble after he lost a thumb drive containing social security numbers of more than a thousand patients.

Law Allows Open Carry Of Firearms At Dublin Irish Festival

This year for the first time, Dublin's Irish Fest will allow open carry of firearms.

Civilian Guard Pleads Guilty To Firing Rifle Outside Recruiting Center

A man has pleaded guilty after he accidentally fired his weapon into the ground at a Lancaster military recruiting center last week.

Ohio State Butter Sculptures Honor National Champion Buckeyes

The popular butter cow sculpture at the fair will be accompanied by National Champions. Read more.

Lawmakers Plan To Toughen Move-Over Rules For Drivers

If firefighters or emergency personel see someone who fails to pull over, they can turn over information for police to investigate and fine the driver.

Prisoners may soon be eligible for financial aid to take courses behind bars

The aid would come in the form of Pell grants, which are for low-income people and do not have to be repaid.

Woman's death at Cleveland jail under investigation

An investigation is underway after a Cleveland woman was found dead in a jail cell days after being arrested following an alleged altercation with an ex-spouse.

Man drives off with $141K in cash left behind by ATM worker

The search is on in New Jersey for a man in a van who police said drove off with the bag of money.

Trump Advisor Apologizes For Rape Comment

An adviser to Donald Trump apologized Tuesday for comments he made in an interview while defending the Republican presidential candidate from a decades-old rape accusation.

6-year-old mayor endorses 3-year-old brother for office

Six-year-old Robert Tufts is a two-term mayor of the small town, but he is ready to pass on the torch to younger brother James.

The Story Behind Powerful Image Of The New 'Move Over' Campaign

The Ohio State Highway Patrol wants motorists to be alert and move over whenever law enforcement is parked along highways as traffic is throttling by.

Upper Arlington Residents, City Battle Over Placement Of Yard Signs

A group opposing the city’s 911 dispatch center closure says it is being unfairly targeted by code enforcement members.

Man accused of killing "well-known" protected lion in Africa

An avid Minnesota hunter accused of illegally killing a protected lion in Zimbabwe said Tuesday that he thought everything about his trip was legal and wasn't aware of the animal's status "until the end of the hunt."

WATCH: OSU Players Scared By Dummy Come To Life

Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer's idea of fun might not be the same as his players.

Everything You Need To Know About Windows 10 … And How To Get It Free

Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system debuts Wednesday, as the longtime leader in PC software hopes that the upgrade will help it carve out a new role.

NFL upholds four-game suspension of Tom Brady

The NFL has decided to uphold its four-game suspension of Tom Brady over the alleged use of under-inflated footballs during the 2014 AFC Championship game.

Missing Veteran From Upper Arlington Found Safe

The Upper Arlington Police Division is reporting that Air Force Reservist Christopher Bock-Bacalao, who has been missing since Saturday, July 25, has returned home safe.

Driver Crashes Into Townhouse After Being Shot

A shooting turned into a crash in southeast Columbus. Read more.

Two People Injured In West Columbus Fire

Smoke billowed from a west Columbus home. Read more.

Obama: If I Ran Again, I'd Win

President Barack Obama said Tuesday that he could win a third term in office if he ran again, but is barred by the Constitution.

Zoo Orangutan Kisses Pregnant Woman's Belly

A sweet moment between two mammals caught on camera. Read more.

Columbus Firefighter Killed In Union County Crash

Investigators in Union County say a man was ejected and killed in a crash late Monday night. Read more.

Mother: Misunderstanding Led To Investigation Into Baby’s Injuries

A five-month-old baby has been placed into a medically induced coma at Nationwide Children’s Hospital after suffering a head injury.

Kroger Recalls Four Seasonings Due to Possible Health Risk

The products may be contaminated with salmonella.

Save Time With Groceries Delivered To Your Home

Private shoppers are making lives easier by getting your groceries for you.

Teen Questioned In 8-Year-Old Girl's Death

The body believed to be a missing 8-year-old girl was found in a trash bin. Read more.

Three-Day Deal For Ohio State Football Tickets

OSU Athletics Ticket Office is holding a three-day ticket package deal. Read more.

Community Demands Answers For Missing, Deceased Chillicothe Women

A group of people rallied to remember missing and deceased loved ones in Chillicothe Monday evening by marching down East Second Street.

Prosecutor: Driver In Deadly Pickerington Hit & Run Agrees To Plead Guilty

The accident happened in July 201414 and took authorities more than nine months to track the driver, Christina Robinson.

Boy Scout board approves end to blanket ban on gay adults

The Boy Scouts of America on Monday ended its blanket ban on gay adult leaders while allowing church-sponsored Scout units to maintain the exclusion for religious reasons.

Chillicothe Police Respond To Possible Link Between Missing Women, WV Serial Killer

While police say all of the Chillicothe cases and the woman in West Virginia all have links to prostitution, that's seems to be the only link.

2024 Olympic bid by city of Boston dropped by USOC

The news comes hours after Boston Mayor Marty Walsh held a news conference saying that he would not sign any agreement for the games that would leave taxpayers on the hook for cost overruns.

Road rage shooting death, one Fla. man kills another

According to 911 tapes released by the Citrus County Sheriff's Office, both men and their wives were on the phone with dispatchers while they were driving.

Water Main Break Disrupts Service On West Side; Boil Alert Issued

Following the completion of the repair, a 24-hour boil alert will be issued.

"Rattlesnake selfie" results in a $153K medical bill

For a man in San Diego, getting bitten by a rattlesnake was just the beginning of his problems.

Gun Stoppers Program Has No Record Of Any Guns Collected

Mayor Coleman's Office introduced the Gun Stoppers program to much fan-fare in 2010. But police agencies and Crime Stoppers organization have no records of guns collected from the gun tip program.

Lafayette theater shooting exposes key loophole in gun laws

John Houser was mentally unstable, so much so that twice judges demanded his cognitive well-being be professionally evaluated.

Android phones can be hacked with a text, security firm says

A security research company has found what it's calling "the mother of all Android vulnerabilities."

Common Correctable Vision Problem Can Hinder Kids' Reading

If your child struggles to read, he or she may not need a reading tutor, but an eye doctor.

Ohio State Fair Concert Line-Up

Find out who will be joining Meghan Trainor as performers at the Ohio State Fair.

Forecast: Pop-Up Thunderstorms Monday Evening

Hot and humid with temperatures near 90 for Tuesday.

Powell Moves Ahead With Plan To Prevent Drivers From Stopping On Train Tracks

Through the heart of the small city of Powell, several trains cross the tracks every day at the intersection of Olentangy Street and Depot Street. But when the trains pass, the trouble begins.

Mom Saves Son On Collapsing Escalator Before Falling To Her Death

Sunday's horrific accident in the central city of Jingzhou was caught on surveillance camera footage that circulated heavily on the Internet in China.

Cavs Trade Haywood, Miller To Blazers

The Cleveland Cavaliers have traded forward Mike Miller and center Brendan Haywood to the Portland Trail Blazers to create salary-cap room and save luxury-tax money.

OhioHealth: Missing Thumb Drive Contains Patient Info, Medical Records

OhioHealth has begun notifying patients that a computer drive that vanished in May contains sensitive information.

Bobby Brown: ‘I Am Completely Numb’ Over Bobbi Kristina’s Death

Bobby Brown has released a statement about the death of his 22-year-old daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown.

LIST: Neighborhoods That Will Be Sprayed For Mosquitos This Week

Franklin County Public Health resume spraying to reduce the amount of adult mosquitoes.

Afternoon Forecast: Mix Of Sun & Clouds, High 80

Warm and muggy conditions will linger through midweek, before a cold front brings showers and storms late Wednesday.

WATCH: 777 Makes Wild, Turbulent Landing In 75 MPH Winds

It was a wild weather weekend in Amsterdam last weekend and it was a rough-going for air travel.

Medical Examiner: Autopsy planned for Bobbi Kristina Brown

An autopsy will be needed to evaluate what led to the death of Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of singer Whitney Houston, authorities said Monday, the day after her death.

Woman who killed alleged serial killer recounts final fight

Police in West Virginia seem to have quite the case on their hands: a man killed by a woman he attacked in her home may have been a serial killer himself.

Bobbi Kristina Brown Dead At 22

Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of singers Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown died Sunday at a hospice, her family confirmed, several months after being found unresponsive in a bathtub.

New Procedure Allows Paralyzed Patients To Stand

How paralyzed patients are able to stand again. Read more.

Ohio Gas Prices Continue Falling

Ohio gas prices continue to fall with possible further drop. Read more.

Miami University Searching For Next President

Consultant to get $150,000 in search for new Miami president. Read more.

Simplify Your Summer: Apps That Help Mom

Detailing the technology that can help busy moms stay on top of hectic lives. Read more.

Woman and Dog Rescued From Little Darby Creek

Woman uses branch to keep her and her dog above water until rescuers could save them.

Monday's Most Wanted: Quarntez Wells

The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is searching for a man wanted for Felonious Assault. Read more.