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Updated: 5:48 PM EDT June 17, 2021
Dom Tiberi goes one on one with former Ohio State Buckeyes and current Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer.
Updated: 6:55 PM EDT June 14, 2021
In 2019, Ohio lawmakers passed Tyler’s Law, which carries stronger safety measures and standards for amusement rides.
Published: 6:17 PM EDT June 17, 2021
Central Ohio organizations that work with young men are asking them to spread the message through word of mouth.
Published: 6:10 PM EDT June 17, 2021
In the two months that followed a Columbus police officer fatally shooting 16-year old Ma’Khia Bryant, opinions have varied over the same 11 seconds of video.
Published: 6:05 PM EDT June 17, 2021
The city of Columbus plans to invest $4 million dollars into a community sports park.
Published: 5:45 PM EDT June 17, 2021
The sheriff's office said Logan Erb was in a black Jeep Cherokee when it was stolen Thursday morning from a gas station in the 4800 block of West Broad Street.
Published: 5:35 PM EDT June 17, 2021
Friends say they remember Emily Noble as adventurous and happy.
Published: 5:28 PM EDT June 17, 2021
President Biden signed a bill Thursday declaring Juneteenth as a national holiday. He called the day, an, "important moment in our history."
Published: 4:15 PM EDT June 17, 2021
US President Biden called Thursday a, "really, really really important moment in our history." Thursday Biden signed a bill making Juneteenth a national holiday.
Published: 4:03 PM EDT June 17, 2021
An Ohio doctor spoke at the statehouse on Wednesday claiming the COVID-19 magnetized people.
Published: 5:14 PM EDT June 9, 2021
Last year, antibody tests got a lot of attention, as people wanted to figure out if they’d had COVID-19 and whether or not they were protected from the virus.
Published: 5:02 PM EDT June 7, 2021
President Joe Biden has released his proposed budget and the omission of federal student loan debt forgiveness has caught many people's attention.
Published: 10:30 AM EDT June 7, 2021
Several TikTok videos claim the lumber shortage was created to boost profits in the lumber industry.
Published: 1:37 PM EDT June 7, 2021
Experts say they are hopeful the country will reach that milestone soon as the current count is getting close to the low.
Published: 10:58 AM EDT May 13, 2021
Dr. Anthony Fauci said as more people get vaccinated you might not have to wear a mask everywhere you go.
Published: 6:01 PM EDT May 10, 2021
VERIFY investigator Gabe Cohen explains whether or not the COVID vaccine doses for kids are the same as the shots adults are getting.
Published: 3:18 PM EDT May 7, 2021
Social media is full of posts about "vaccine passports" and how they infringe on your rights. So can private companies & schools mandate proof of a vaccine?
Published: 11:19 PM EDT May 6, 2021
Of the 247 long-term care facilities in Ohio that received civil monetary penalties for infection control issues, 159 of them also received incentive payments.
Published: 6:20 PM EDT June 7, 2021
The moratorium was designed to keep people from being tossed out, but it hasn't stopped landlords from filing eviction cases.
Published: 5:45 PM EDT May 24, 2021
Pre-pandemic, the state says it would receive 20,000 calls a week. At the height of the pandemic, it was dealing with 500,000 calls with 40 call takers.
Published: 11:20 PM EDT May 21, 2021
Part of the problem was, 10 Investigates found, the antiquated computer system was not ready for the large influx of claims when the pandemic shut down businesses.
Published: 11:10 PM EDT May 20, 2021
The state has sued the out-of-state owners of Floral Hills Memory Gardens, but for now, it's mostly volunteers who are trying to keep the cemetery clean.
Published: 6:23 PM EDT May 20, 2021
The inside story of what went wrong and the state's plan to get the money back.
Published: 2:37 PM EDT May 20, 2021
10 Investigates found the settlements involving use of force ranged from $30,000 to $1 million.
Published: 6:14 PM EDT May 14, 2021
Journalists around the country explore the history of anti-Asian hate in the U.S., stereotypes and microaggressions we're still fighting, and where to go from here.
Published: 8:31 PM EDT May 18, 2021
Asian Americans have used COVID pandemic-fueled hate to spread more awareness around hate crimes.
Published: 10:48 PM EDT May 17, 2021
"Asian and American" premieres at 9 p.m. Tuesday on the 10TV Roku and Amazon Fire TV apps.
Published: 11:58 PM EDT May 17, 2021
Sikhism is the fifth largest religion in the world, but it's often misunderstood or disregarded in the U.S.
Published: 9:51 PM EDT May 17, 2021
What is the 'model minority' myth and why is it so harmful for Asian Americans?
Published: 4:58 PM EDT May 17, 2021
Microaggressions are comments with subtly racist undertones. Here's what to respond to them.
Published: 4:40 PM EDT May 17, 2021
Decades of discrimination against Asian Americans in the U.S. included the country’s first immigration ban based on race in the 1800s.
Published: 4:33 PM EDT May 17, 2021
Kyoko Takenaka found a way to reclaim power by turning recordings of racist and sexist comments into a film.
Published: 4:16 PM EDT May 17, 2021
Is there a link between rising anti-Asian hate crimes and the pandemic? Research suggests yes.
Published: 3:30 PM EDT May 17, 2021
It's proclaimed “The Most Beautiful Small Town in America.” But just under the surface, there’s something darker in Bardstown, Kentucky.
Published: 1:01 PM EST January 12, 2021
Bizarre behavior and stories don’t add up after a toddler vanishes on a family camping trip. This is the relentless search to find out what happened.
Published: 5:34 PM EST January 22, 2021
DNA evidence in the JonBenet Ramsey case doesn't support a controversial development: a former prosecutor's decision to clear the girl's family from all suspicion.
Published: 8:13 PM EST February 9, 2021
Paul John Knowles is the “Casanova Killer.” His devilish smirk, charming demeanor and flowing whiskey-colored hair helped mask his deadly secret.
Published: 3:12 PM EST February 2, 2021
A young girl from Exeter, Ca. was murdered in 1975. The jury convicted a local handyman, but did the real killer get away?
Published: 5:27 PM EST January 22, 2021
A year after the Austin bombings, investigators open up about how they retraced the bomber's steps to find him.
Published: 12:04 PM EST January 25, 2021
Brittany Zamora was arrested for allegedly having sexual contact with her 13-year-old student.
Published: 5:17 PM EST January 25, 2021
In 1991, four teenage girls were murdered in a North Austin yogurt shop. Decades later, investigators continue to work to solve the crimes.
Published: 5:36 PM EST February 3, 2021
Two years after Nanette was found in her burned home with a gunshot wound to her head, her family hopes new information will cause a break in the case.
Published: 2:22 PM EST February 2, 2021
Years after Adrienne Salinas's body was found, her murder remains unsolved.
Published: 11:32 AM EST January 15, 2021
Tammy Grogan's 2006 dream cruise turned into a nightmare when the single mother never returned.
On June 28, 2018, 5 employees of the Annapolis Capital Gazette were killed in a mass shooting. We detail how survivors spent the past year navigating their grief.
Published: 9:25 AM EST January 26, 2021
The bill, introduced by Sen. Niraj Antani, would allow student-athletes in Ohio to earn compensation from their name, image and likeness.
Published: 6:08 PM EDT June 15, 2021
The Columbus Crew announced a partnership Tuesday with Lower that includes the naming rights to the stadium.
Published: 5:43 PM EDT June 15, 2021
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Published: 6:54 PM EDT June 14, 2021
Dom Tiberi talks to 97.1 The Fan's J.D. 'T-Bone' Smith about the final match at Historic Crew Stadium on Saturday.
Published: 11:23 PM EDT June 13, 2021
Dom Tiberi talks to the Dean of Ohio State Football Recruiting Bill Kurelic about what the Buckeyes are up to this month.
Published: 11:20 PM EDT June 13, 2021
Aaron Portzline from The Athletic talked about the Columbus Blue Jackets hiring Brad Larsen as the team's new head coach.
Published: 7:59 PM EDT June 10, 2021
Bobby Carpenter, morning co-host of the Morning Juice on 97.1 The Fan, gives his thoughts on the College Football Playoffs possibly moving to 12 teams.
Published: 7:28 PM EDT June 10, 2021
We set out find out who are the robocallers, who are the victims and what can be done to stop the calls.
Published: 6:33 PM EDT May 14, 2021
Meet the people making positive change in their communities in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
Published: 4:38 PM EDT April 30, 2021
The story of the Walker Sisters who continued living in the Great Smoky Mountains after it became a national park still fascinates visitors.
Published: 10:50 AM EST January 26, 2021
American moms are dying from childbirth. Black women are up to four times more at risk. This series examines why.
Published: 3:27 PM EST January 25, 2021
Over the course of a year, this documentary follows a charismatic principal as she sets out to undo history.
Published: 1:43 PM EST February 2, 2021
Sex trafficking is a billion-dollar-a-year industry in the U.S. And traffickers are preying on young girls across the nation — our daughters, sisters and friends — r
Published: 3:53 PM EST January 26, 2021
We follow a Seattle man’s decision to die with dignity following a cancer diagnosis.
Bob Fuller, 75, shares his journey over the last few months of his life.
Published: 4:28 PM EST January 23, 2021
With California’s wildfires growing deadlier and bigger than ever, ABC10 examines the connection between wildfires, PG&E and its influence on California politics.
Published: 11:03 AM EST January 28, 2021
With California’s wildfires growing deadlier and bigger than ever, the state’s largest power company admitted to the largest corporate homicide in American history.
Published: 12:00 PM EST January 28, 2021
As the nation grapples with difficult conversations about race, equity and social justice, we might all be well served to listen to the teachers at Woodlawn Elem.
Published: 12:42 PM EST January 25, 2021
Charlie Foxtrot exposes the trauma of war as soldiers once driven to the brink of suicide open up emotionally and share videos, photos and memories from the warzone.
Published: 12:10 PM EST January 27, 2021
Social media can be a toxic world at times but during the pandemic, it’s how many people have stayed connected.
Published: 5:45 AM EDT May 11, 2021
A local fitness business owner is taking classes to breweries to help support local businesses and give clients a new safe venue to sweat.
Published: 1:04 PM EDT April 23, 2021
Despite the low vaccination rate among minority communities nationwide, the City of Columbus is making progress.
Published: 11:32 AM EDT April 13, 2021
Katie Marsh recently opened Be Well Studio in what was once Bexley Yoga on East Main Street.
Published: 8:47 AM EDT March 26, 2021
SweatNet is a “fitness community” which gives its members deals and discounts on workouts, meals, and other items in Columbus.
Published: 6:03 PM EST February 2, 2021
Each year approximately 150 babies die before their first birthday in Franklin County.
Published: 5:54 PM EST January 19, 2021
Looking for a safe way to get out of the house and try something new this holiday season?
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Jean Pugh says you have to have a healthy lifestyle and be careful of what you eat.
Published: 12/15/2020 5:52:04 PM
Doug Ute says the plan is for winter sports to continue but being flexible is the key.
Published: 5:22 PM EST November 30, 2020
10TV's Tracy Townsend talks with YWCA Columbus CEO Christie Angel about how the organization has been several steps ahead.
Published: 5:08 PM EST November 16, 2020
Yolanda Harris talks about the lack of affordable housing in central Ohio with William Murdock, Executive Director at Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission.
Published: 12:51 PM EST November 2, 2020
Molly Brewer talks to local chef and author Del Sroufe about how the pandemic impacted restaurants - and what needs to happen moving forward.
Published: 11:51 AM EDT October 26, 2020
Maureen O'Connor was Ohio's lieutenant governor when she was elected to the Supreme Court of Ohio as a justice in November 2002.
Published: 5:14 PM EDT October 19, 2020
Dr. Edwards has been the Columbus Crew SC's doctor since the beginning and was part of keeping the team here.
Published: 5:20 PM EDT October 12, 2020
Dr. Stallings-Johnson is the Chief Diversity Officer for the City of Columbus.
Published: 5:21 PM EDT October 5, 2020
Jackson is launching an initiative called Enough to address the lack of minority head coaches in the NFL.
Published: 5:42 PM EDT September 28, 2020
Alfred Arndt chose a specific souvenir to take home from the 2004 Memorial Tournament.
Published: 6:09 PM EDT June 4, 2021
Dude Charity continues to raise money for community nonprofits through fundraising and random acts of kindness.
Published: 5:30 PM EDT April 15, 2021
Masen Goings had a couple of hundred dollars in his wallet, but it went missing after a trip to Target. Breana Westerfield found that wallet and turned it in.
Published: 5:53 PM EST March 11, 2021
Helping families in crisis keep their children out of the foster care system is the non-profit’s mission.
Published: 6:23 PM EST March 4, 2021
After Pat Abrams was in an accident and suffered several broken bones, Al performs his song and dance routines for his wife daily just to make her smile.
Published: 6:19 PM EST February 18, 2021