Thousands fill the streets for 2019 Columbus Pride Parade

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Thousands of people celebrated the Pride Parade in Columbus on Saturday.Read more

Former Buckeyes Cardale Jones, football staff member open Columbus gym for young athletes

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A new gym is now open in Columbus with the help of a former Buckeye quarterback and football staffer.Read more

Police searching for man missing out of Mansfield

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Police are searching for a man who was last seen in Mansfield Saturday.Read more

Oberlin College says $44M award to business not 'final outcome'

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Owners of a market in a famously liberal town were awarded $44 million in damages this week in their lawsuit claiming Oberlin College hurt their business and libeled...Read more

Target: Registers back online after earlier outage

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Target's registers are back online following an earlier outage that affected stores nationwide, the company told 10TV Saturday.Read more

Notre Dame celebrates 1st Mass since devastating April fire

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The archbishop wore a hard-hat helmet, burnt wood debris was still visible and only about 30 people were let inside, but Notre Dame Cathedral on Saturday held its first...Read more

Justice Department backs refusal to turn over Trump’s tax returns to Congress

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The Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel released a memo Friday supporting the Treasury Department's position that Congress is not entitled to see President...Read more

Police identify woman pronounced dead in Linden area of Columbus

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The woman was pronounced dead at the scene. Read more

Nursing home site of deadly shooting in Kirkersville closes along with sister facility

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The Pine Kirk Care Center was the site of a deadly shooting in 2017.Read more


Police looking for missing man who may be near Buckeye Lake

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Edward Jones was last seen on June 10.Read more

Columbus Pride Festival and Parade: What you need to know

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This weekend the City of Columbus is celebrating its 38th year of pride with the 2019 Stonewall Columbus Pride Festival.Read more

Ohio high court won't hear challenge over bite-mark evidence

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The Ohio Supreme Court won't hear an appeal from a man sentenced to death for the 1985 rape, torture and slaying of a 12-year-old boy.Read more


Disaster declaration sought for Ohio farmers hurt by rain

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Ohio is seeking federal aid for farmers who haven't been able to plant crops because of rain-soaked fields.Read more

Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams celebrates Pride Month with special "Nina West's Dream Puff" flavor

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100% of the profits from every scoop and a special t-shirt benefit The Nina West Foundation, which has raised millions of dollars to support LGBTQ+ causes.Read more




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Hiker from Dublin rescued in New Hampshire's White Mountains

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80-year-old James Clark of Dublin, Ohio, was found immobile in the fetal position with signs of hypothermia. He was treated at a hospital for what authorities say were...Read more

Shooting inside California Costco kills 1, injures 2

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A gunman opened fire inside a Southern California Costco during an argument Friday night, killing a man, wounding two other people and sparking a stampede of terrified...Read more

Local photographer helps families in NICU cherish their new additions — free of charge

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If there's one thing we have to remind ourselves from time to time, it's that our greatest struggles always lead to our greatest strengths.Read more

New wrongful death lawsuit filed against Husel, Mount Carmel

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A new wrongful death lawsuit filed against Mount Carmel Health System and Dr. William Husel involves a previously unidentified patient.Read more

Heart transplant recipient celebrating gift of life in Columbus Pride Parade

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A central Ohio man is not only for Pride weekend but also to spread an important message that anyone can give the gift of life regardless of sexual orientation.Read more