Forecast: Stormy Monday

Published:
Updated:
Some showers and storms will be possible this afternoon and evening.Read more

Sheriff’s releases name of 18-year-old who disappeared into Paint Creek

Published:
The Ross County Sheriff's Office has released the name and photos of the 18-year-old man believed to have entered Paint Creek Sunday morning and has been missing since.Read more

Severe weather possible Monday afternoon into the evening for central Ohio

Published:
Updated:
Strong storms are possible once again in the region.Read more

Ohio State searching for family of graduate who lost 1910 diploma

Published:
Updated:
The Ohio State University is asking for help in finding the family of a graduate who lost the diploma he earned in 1910.Read more

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders announces his re-election bid

Published:
Updated:
Independent U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders said Monday he will run for re-election on an agenda that would prioritize working families.Read more

Netflix says it has signed Barack and Michelle Obama

Published:
Updated:
Netflix chief executive Ted Sarandos said that the Obamas are uniquely position to discover and highlight stories of people who make a difference in their communities.Read more

Woman in smiling mugshot faces manslaughter in DUI crash

Published:
Updated:
A Florida woman who flashed a big grin in a mugshot following a car crash and DUI arrest now faces a new charge and prison time after a crash victim died.Read more

Inmate: No bodies 'I know of' at dig site for missing girls

Published:
Updated:
Police began digging in Macomb Township this month after talking to Arthur Ream, who was locked up in 2008 for slaying a 13-year-old girl.Read more

Kirkersville nursing home where man killed 3 people reopens

Published:
Updated:
A Kirkersville nursing home where a man killed two employees and the village police chief has reopened a year after the attack.Read more

Making the connection between diet, exercise and cancer

Healthy tips to lower your risk of breast cancerRead more

US Postal Service issuing scratch-and-sniff stamps

Published:
Updated:
Letter writers will soon be able to express their sentiments in words and smells.Read more

Woman found dead inside west Columbus house

Published:
Updated:
Investigators are trying to determine how a woman died inside a home on N. Central Avenue in west Columbus.Read more

Bob Seger concert rescheduled to January 2019

Published:
Updated:
The show was previously scheduled for Saturday, September 30, 2017, but is rescheduled for Saturday, January 19, 2019, according to a release.Read more



Get the most out of your spring garden

What determines a green thumb is less about genetics and more about education.Read more

FCC public file for WBNS | ​FCC EEO Public File Report

Address: 770 Twin Rivers Drive, Columbus, OH 43215. Phone: 614-460-3700.

Individuals with disabilities may contact Becky Richey at becky.richey@10tv.com, or 614-460-3785 for assistance with access to the public inspection files.


Convicted ex-coal executive to seek US Senate seat as 3rd-party candidate

Published:
Updated:
Don Blankenship spent a year in prison over a deadly 2010 explosion at one of his mines.Read more

1 dead, 1 in critical condition after motorcycle crash in Prairie Township

Published:
Updated:
One person has died and one is in critical condition after a motorcycle crash in Prairie Township Sunday night.Read more

School victims honored at Billboard Awards; Janet, BTS shine

Published:
The 2018 Billboard Music Awards paid tribute to the students and teachers affected by recent deadly shootings in Texas and Florida, while the night also featured show-...Read more

Columbus Police looking for missing 11-year-old boy

Published:
Updated:
Columbus Police are looking for an 11-year-old boy who has been missing since 5 p.m. SundayRead more

Police: Man dies after alleged gas station robbery and chase by witnesses

Published:
Updated:
A man is dead after allegedly robbing a woman at a gas station in northeast Columbus and being chased by a group of men, according to police.Read more