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Morning Storms Cause Fires, Power Outages & Traffic Accidents

Morning Storms Cause Fires, Power Outages & Traffic Accidents

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At least two fires were caused by lightning and 10,000 power outages were reported across central Ohio overnight as storms moved through the area. One of those fires happened at the Chattem Village Condominiums at the corner of Ackerman and Kenny Roads in Upper Arlington. The fire was so large that it charred the brick and melted siding on the building. A second fire caused by a lightning strike happened in Pickerington on Tollgate Road. That home was destroyed. No injuries were reported at either location.Read more

Weather Service: 'Destructive tornado' in central Indiana

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The National Weather Service is reporting at least two tornadoes have struck central and north central Indiana.Read more

Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams receives warning after FDA says listeria found inside facility

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Listeria is the same dangerous bacteria that twice shut down Jeni's last year.Read more

American University of Afghanistan in Kabul under attack

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CBS News’ Ahmad Muktar reports from Afghanistan that several American professors are inside, along with possibly hundreds of students.Read more

Upper Arlington voters decide to keep council members in recall election

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All four council members won by at least 10 percent margin.Read more

Appeals Court: Week of early voting shouldn't return to Ohio

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A federal appeals court has reversed a judge's order that restored a week of early voting in swing-state Ohio.Read more
Amber Alert issued for 18-month-old girl

Amber Alert issued for 18-month-old girl

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Police are looking for baby taken by woman in southeast Ohio.Read more
Jerry Springer talks presidential election

Jerry Springer talks presidential election

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TV personality speaks Trump and Clinton in one-on-one interview.Read more

How teachers may be failing students with excessive homework

How teachers may be failing students with excessive homework

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Some psychologists say more work does not mean more achievement.Read more

Florida: 5 new Zika cases including 1 in the Tampa Bay area

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Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday announced a non-travel-related case of Zika in the Tampa Bay region.Read more

Hope Solo suspended from soccer national team for comments in Rio

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Solo called the Swedes "a bunch of cowards" for focusing on defense rather than attacking the three-time defending champion U.S. team.Read more

Authorities searching for men who followed woman from pawn shop and robbed her

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Once there, one of the suspects jumped out of a car, approached the woman and pointed a gun at her, demanding her purse.Read more

Suspect caught on camera snatching packages in Short North

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For the last several weeks, someone has been snatching packages from doorsteps in broad daylight.Read more

Officials: Crypto outbreak to get worse, before it gets better

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Cases of the stomach illness are nearing 300 and experts say even though there is an increased awareness, managing the disease will take some time.Read more

Crimetracker 10 examines stranger danger reports

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In the past year, police have investigated at least eight incidents of ‘stranger danger’ in the city of Columbus.Read more

Central Ohio families opting to teach their children through 'unschooling'

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More than 27,000 kids are homeschooled in Ohio. Some of those are learning through a method of homeschooling called “unschooling.”Read more