10 Investigates

Employee says she was fired after improper restraint of teen at Sequel Pomegranate

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Liz Spellman said she was placed on administrative leave and later fired after the October 25th incident.Read more

State threatens to revoke Sequel Pomegranate's license after staff restrains, hits child

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The state agency that licenses Sequel Pomegranate is threatening to suspend patient admissions and revoke its license after state inspectors found that a nurse had...Read more

Vape shop owners say they too have been injured – by vaping news

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New figures released Thursday show that there have been 39 deaths and more than 2,000 vaping-related lung injuries in the U.S., according to the CDC.Read more

Ohio of Department of Education considers vape survey of schools after 10 Investigates report

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The Ohio Department of Education said Tuesday that it is considering conducting an informal statewide survey of all Ohio school districts regarding vaping.Read more

Schools turn to vape detectors in wake of youth vaping increase

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A growing number of Ohio schools are purchasing — or weighing whether to purchase — vape detectors in an effort to curb youth vaping in schools.Read more

Vaping has increased 700% in Ohio schools since 2016

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WBNS-TV’s investigative unit, 10 Investigates, in partnership with our TEGNA sister stations in Toledo (WTOL) and Cleveland (WKYC) reached out to more than 600 school...Read more

Governor forms working group to study concerns about APA monitoring of offenders

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Governor Mike DeWine is calling for a full review scale of how offenders are watched once they're released from prison.Read more

Appeals court dismisses request to “pause” Mount Carmel wrongful death lawsuits

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A total of 29 wrongful death lawsuits were filed against Husel and the hospital in wake of the patient overdose scandal.Read more

3 pharmacists, Mount Carmel hospital face potential fines, charges in wake of overdose scandal

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Three Mount Carmel pharmacists who either approved or failed to prevent large doses of pain medications from being administered to 28 near death patients are facing the...Read more