As a graduate of The Ohio State University, Bill Price returned to Columbus when he was hired at WBNS-10TV.
Price began as a reporter and photographer at WTLW-TV in Lima. After learning the ropes there, he found his future in being behind the camera. More than two years later, he was hired at WNWO-TV in Toledo as a photographer.
He said that he covered one of the most memorable stories of his career just two weeks into job, when an explosion at a company parking lot turned out to be caused by a man who rigged his wife's vehicle to explode when she started it up.
Price worked for 13 years in Toledo, while winning some regional National Press Photographer Association quarterly awards and a Touchstone Award for a 911 investigation.
Now Price is working at the place he says he's always wanted to be and is looking forward to making a difference in Columbus.
Price is married and has a daughter. In my spare time, he enjoys kayaking, travel, and attending sporting events.