Central Ohio was struck with a Derecho June 29-July 1. Relive the storm one year later.
An AEP spokeswoman says the company will ask the Ohio Public Utilities Commission for permission to pass costs to customers. Get more from 10 Investigates.
Frustration is rising on day nine in the dark for some who lost power during last week's storms. Learn more.
Red Cross disaster response operations are slowly wrapping up as power is restored across the state. Learn more.
Power crews worked through the weekend to turn the lights back on in placed in the dark for more than a week. Get details.
As temperatures rose into the 100's Saturday, central Ohio families looked for ways to cool down. Get details.
Governor John Kasich calls on Ohioans to check on their neighbors after three heat related deaths in central Ohio. Learn more.
The remaining customers without power are hoping their electricity is soon restored as temperatures rise. Get the story.
Two women and a man are found dead in homes without power. Get details.
Staff and volunteers at the Licking County Humane Society are alternating shifts to check on animals and keep them comfortable. Learn more.
Firefighters are not just dealing with the heat outside but also the heat from their suits and fires. Get details.
Residents in northeast Columbus are still waiting for the lights to come on. Get details.
All 125 Columbus-area Kroger stores are reducing their lights by one third to conserve energy. Read the details.
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services will automatically deposit a prorated benefit into the accounts of SNAP recipients in the 34 counties hit hardest by the storms. Get details.
Residents and commuters are glad to see AEP Ohio line workers attacking a downed wire along state Route 315 near Powell Road. Get details.
A man’s life is changed forever when he is struck by a large branch. Learn more.
Residents in one southeast side neighborhood need only look across the street for a source of hope and frustration. Read more.
Free lunches are being provided at three central Ohio locations. Get details from 10TV.com
Tens of thousands of central Ohioans are dining out and finding other places to stay while they wait for power to switch back on. Get the story.
While power crews work to restore electricity, businesses are trying to keep their doors open. Learn more.
An emergency shelter offers relief for older residents after Friday’s storm left thousands of homes without power. Get more.
AEP officials say high demand and continuing extreme temperatures have required the company to take immediate action to prevent additional power outages. Click on the headline to read the story and watch 10TV News HD beginning at 5 p.m.
Families are still recovering from the shock of damage caused by the weekend's fast-moving storms. Get the story.
With more than 10,000 customers in Knox County without power, many scramble to find drinkable water. Get details.
Door-to-door workers are preying on storm victims. Get details from 10TV.com.
The Fairfield County chapter of the American Red Cross is relocating. Get the story.
Crews are clocking 16-hour days as they work to restore power to thousands of households. Learn more.
AEP Ohio is asking residents to contact them immediately if they are using generators. Learn more.
The Red Cross has opened eight shelters across Ohio to help people after the recent storms. Learn more.
People without power are rushing to stock up on necessary supplies for the week. Get the story.
Some of the Columbus City Schools summer school locations are without power. Find out what locations will be closed on Monday.
A number of roads remain closed today because of Friday’s storms. Click on the headline to read the story and watch 10TV News HD.
Gov. John Kasich declares a state of emergency for the entire state of Ohio after severe storms and high winds knocked out power to approximately 1 million power customers. Get details.
Columbus health officials are warning people to be careful with their food following the storm. Get the details.
A number of cooling centers are open around central Ohio for those dealing with the heat without power. Get details from 10TV.com.
The CEO of AEP Ohio tells 10TV’s Kristyn Hartman that the company is calling for an additional 1,800 resources to restore power to central Ohioans. Get details.
AEP officials say it could take days to restore power to all of the central Ohio customers without power. Get details.
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