10TV 7-Day News Archive

Stories published on 10TV.com within the last week.

Navy Veteran Robbed Gets Help With Thanksgiving Dinner

Group works to prepare and deliver meal to woman after crooks steal her holiday meal cash. Read more.

Volunteers Needed After Thanksgiving To Deliver Meals On Wheels

Lifecare Alliance says they have need for volunteers after Thanksgiving Day to deliver meals. Read more.

Columbus Zoo Calendar Features Pediatric Cancer Patients

Zoo employees working on 2016 calendar that features young cancer patients. Read more.

Deadly Crosswalk Improvements Not Enough For Neighbors

People living and working near the Brewery District are thankful for a new crossing sign at a deadly intersection, but some residents say it's not enough to protect them from cars speeding down the street. Read more.

Community rallies to help Montana veteran's hunt

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Sgt. Brian Messersmith tells his story in the calm and direct way you'd expect from a solider.

Psychiatric hospital assault renews call for staff

LAKEWOOD, Wash. (AP) — A recent assault at Western State Hospital, one of the state's two psychiatric hospitals, has renewed calls for more workers.

Man gets 7 years for shooting at officer from car

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — A southwest Ohio man has been sentenced to seven years in prison after he was found guilty of shooting at a police officer.

Canadian medics head to Ebola-plagued Sierra Leone

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Canada is sending a team of military medical specialists to help combat the spread of Ebola in Sierra Leone.

Chance Of Flurries But Black Friday Will Remain Cold

Doppler 10 Meteorologist Mike Davis says to bring a heavy coat for holiday shopping. Get the forecast.

Ohio lawmakers work toward map-making compromise

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Republicans and Democrats in the Ohio Legislature are working to coalesce around a new redistricting system before year's end.

Lawmakers wrestle over birth-control funding

DENVER (AP) — Colorado Democrats who credit a drop in teen pregnancy to expanding access to long-acting birth control, such as IUDs, have to convince Republicans next year to use state funds for the contraceptives.

Ohio taking precautions due to deer disease risk

REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio (AP) — State officials are encouraging hunters in Holmes County to process deer locally to minimize the risk of a rare disease detected in Ohio.

College student dies after allergic reaction

PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) — An Oakland University student who was in a coma for a week after an allergic reaction to peanut butter has died.

Drive-in flu vaccinations prove popular

TEXARKANA, Ark. (AP) — Roll up the sleeve, hold the arm outside the car window and get a flu shot.

Ohio veteran's dog tags returned after 40 years

KETTERING, Ohio (AP) — A southwest Ohio veteran's dog tags have finally been returned after they were missing for more than 40 years along the coast of Vietnam.

Prehistoric stone tablet to go on display in Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A prehistoric Native American tablet that was the subject of a lengthy legal dispute will be displayed at a Marietta museum next year and then return to the Ohio Historical Center in Columbus.

Horse with no eyes inspires children, veterans

BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) — Nobody wanted the reddish-brown horse with the black, matted mane. He was too scrawny, his coat lifeless and dull. And that ugly scar on his hip? That was from the time he became ensnared in a barbed-wire fence and couldn't break free.

Family Says OSU Football Player Missing

Kosta Karageorge missed football practice Wednesday morning. Read the story.

Ebola aid dogged by coordination lags in Guinea

CONAKRY, Guinea (AP) — Eight months into West Africa's Ebola outbreak, officials and medical aid providers say that aid efforts in Guinea still suffer from poor coordination, hampering deployments of international support to help quell the virus.

50 in Ohio protest police shootings; block road

AKRON, Ohio (AP) — A northeast Ohio intersection has reopened after dozens of demonstrators protesting police-involved shootings across the country shut it down.

Fats cells used in Louisville hand transplant

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The medical team in Louisville that performed the nation's first hand transplant 15 years ago is turning to an experimental therapy that uses a patient's own fat to stave off rejection.

Ohio Father Charged In Death Of Infant Son

Troutman allegedly grabbed the baby tightly by the back of his neck before throwing him into the car seat.

Ohio group crafts year-round for premature babies

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — When Ohio State hosts Michigan in Ohio Stadium on Saturday, Kacie and Chris Waugh will watch the football game on television at the nearby Wexner Medical Center.

Ohio father charged in murder of 2-month-old son

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — A father in northwest Ohio has been charged with murder in the death of his 2-month old son after he allegedly threw the infant forcibly into a car seat.

Idaho's Latah County sees spike in mumps cases

MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — Health officials say there are 10 laboratory confirmed cases of mumps in Latah County and another 20 possible cases, a high number for the area.