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03:52 min | 1 year ago

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"V and rape and Salt Reports are up on Ohio State University's annual campus crime. Report. US use annual crime report showing increases in reports of rape and assault throughout 2019. The report lists when claims of crimes are made, and because of that multiple rape cases connected to the now deceased Dr Richard Strauss are in this year's report. But without that case, the number of rapes reported still hit triple digits 118 last year, up more than 20 from the year before assaults reported last year more than tripled Ohio State says it is continuing its focus on educating faculty staff and students on reporting. I'm Jack Crumley. It has been the busiest year on record for the homicide department as a teenager died last night, a second still in the hospital in Columbus. After an overnight shooting. The latest deadly shooting happened last night along D with street there. Two teenagers were shot. Both police say arrived on their own to ST Ann's Hospital and 18 year old Deacon Smith was expected to recover, but a 17 year old police have not named died. Investigators have no motive and no suspects. His death is the 163rd homicide this year in Columbus, the most ever 20 more people have been killed this year. In the last time a record was set back in 2017, ABC Sixes. Mike McCarthy, Ohio Health has unveiled a new color coded coronavirus map today showing the counties with coronavirus hot spots. They're broken down by yellow, orange, red and purple, the better pinpoint where the virus is spreading. We have one county continuing at purple, and that is Richland County. Miami County is new to the watch list. Wyandotte County is red for the first time ever given her Mike DeWine today, more than 11,000 new cases of the virus have been reported now in the last 24 hours, bringing the total of confirmed and probable cases since the pandemic took hold in Ohio to over 596,000 and as the cove in 19 vaccine for adviser is being administered health care workers around Ohio the government is requiring states to submit personal data. Including names, birth dates and addresses of those cove in 19 vaccine recipients, its data collection like this that has many wondering just how the information they share could be used in the future. The federal government is asking states to fork over personally identifiable information about you. Once you get the covert 19 vaccine, the CDC wants the data to help I d patterns about the vaccine, even find areas across the country where people aren't getting as much access as they should. Several governors. Even health associations are fighting this move. Consumer investigator Jesse Pagan was where Ohio stands and what info the state says it won't be handing over our news partners that ABC six unemployment numbers are on the rise. In Ohio, the Department of Job and Family Services reports. Nearly 39,000 people filed for unemployment claims for the first time last week. And the need is great is the holiday is approaching amidst the pandemic. Mid Ohio food collective say they need food donations or monetary donations. If you can. The middle Hyo marketed heart, just one of the pantry's the middle Hyo food, collective supports and four days a week, people line up to get the food. They can't do without the need is just grown with Cove it and situation that the country is in Jason message is the operations manager Message says. Right now they're feeding about 1000 families a week. That's up nearly 3 to 400 families since March. We work with large family, small families. The bottom line is we want people to feel a sense of dignity when they come in. And actually, you know if they need food, That's what we're here for. I'm Alison Wyatt stay connected to Columbus in central Ohio on the hour 30 minutes passed and as news breaks now's.

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03:56 min | 1 year ago

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"The deadline to apply his December the forth. Our news partners at ABC six say the application can be found in economic development dot c o dot Delaware dot Ohio dot us nationwide, the economy as a whole is still healing its wounds without another stimulus package likely from Washington. As of right now, nationwide over 638,000 new jobs were added last month nationwide. ABC Sixes. Jesse Pagan says Ohio, though saw Spike in unemployment numbers think the broader story is one where the U. S economy is continuing to recover. But there's still a high level of stress that many unemployed Americans of people in the state of Ohio as well are experiencing and speaking of Ohio. We're looking at a bit of a spike here with last week more than 21,000 Ohioans filed for unemployment for the first time. That's compared to the 17,531 from the week before, which is about 3700 claim difference, However, that is still a general decline from the nearly 275,000 claims we saw in one week in March, which was that peak department job Families director Kim Hall says this bike could be attributed to what they call a winter workload We see almost every year were industries like construction, offload workers. Because winter weather gets in the way of work. Paul says that usually last until spring visor today announced some positive results from their early Corona virus vaccine trials. Visor and its German partner Beyond text said their vaccine was 90% effective in preventing covert 19 infections. Vaccine was proven, Toby Verifications overwhelmingly Visor, chief doctor Albert Borland told ABC News. No serious safety concerns have been reported, but he understood why some Americans were skeptical instead of having scientists Debating the merits of this vaccine. We had a politician's didn't help. It's a two does vaccine and by the end of the year, Pfizer should have enough to immunize at least 15 million people. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK As vote counts are still being finalized, one of the president's staunchest allies in Congress is continuing to back the president's unfounded claims of fraud in the election, and he says President Trump should not rule out another run for the White House Senator Lindsey Graham says he would encourage President Trump to consider running for the White House again in 2020, for if his legal challenges to the election proved to be unsuccessful. I'm telling the Brian Kilmeade radio show Outward encouraged President Trump. If, after all this he does fall short. We just can't quite get there to not let this movement die to consider running again. To create a created organization platforms over the next four years to keep his movement alive was Michelle's. The ABC News Washington. Meanwhile, both of Georgia's Republican senators want the Republican secretary of state there to resign from his job Senator is David Perdue and Kelly La Flor issued a statement today calling on Brad Ruffins Burger to step down as they claim elections in Georgia this year have been filled with failures. Radio 6 10 W TV N Sport. This mark I updated service. Anthony Thomas. Chocolate Buckeyes. Ohio State getting to work on Maryland. The Buckeyes still third in the polls behind Alabama, Notre Dame Iris going from forth a second after the upset of Clemson Tiger slide behind the Buckeyes to number four Buckeye basketball, adding a player meaty Johnson out of Cleveland was supposed to be in next year's recording class. But Johnson is reclassifying. He's graduating high school early and then ruling at Ohio State and will be eligible immediately. The crew and playoff mode after any of the regular season with a win over Atlanta When secured the third seed in the East, they face the New York Red Bulls next from the central High 100. Other sports dash Matic Ortiz radio 6 10 W T Viet I'm Alison Wyatt stay connected to Columbus on the hour at the half, and as news breaks How do you crack into a tub of Magnum ice cream, Double sea salt caramel with pleasure. Crack the rich outer shell to find caramel sauce and pieces of milk chocolate swirled in vanilla ice cream.

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04:22 min | 1 year ago

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"And Columbus CHD to Asriel. But I heart radio station from ABC News and area Aldinger. Gulf Coast is feeling the first effects of Hurricane Sally is crawling at two MPH. That's what it was doing at last check. Moving to the Northwest. I will start to make it more due north and then eventually, Morpheus overnight Tonight should make landfall early Wednesday. And what they will leave behind is just a life threatening flash flooding. That's what I'm most concerned about here with her ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee in Mobile, Alabama. A dangerous effect of the Western wildfires. Portland, Oregon Now has the worst air quality in the world is difficult to tell. At first, who has Koven 19 and who has an irritant from the pollution? E R. Doctor Peter Hakeem says more patients are coming in reporting dry cough and shortness of breath. President Trump taking part in the president and the people in ABC News Town hall, touting his covert 19 travel bans that was called action not with the mouth, but in actual fact. We did a very, very good job when we put that ban on whether you call a talent or luck. It was very important. So we saved a lot of lives when we did Democrat Joe Biden talking to Latino voters in Florida. No exaggeration to say that the future of the success of this country depends on Depends on Hispanics having opportunities and the tools they need to succeed. There was Biden's first trip to the battleground states since he received the nomination. A source tells ABC News that Michael Caputo, the top spokesman at the Department of Health and Human Services, is considering a leave of absence for personal and physical health issues. Caputo apologized to Secretary Alex, a czar for comments that he made on Facebook live. Accusing government scientists of sedition when it comes to addressing the cove in 19 pandemic stocks closed higher today. The Dow, the NASDAQ and the S and P All in positive territory. You're listening to ABC News. NewsRadio, 6 10 W. T V. Anna Malice and Wiant, an independent investigation into Columbus Police officers conduct during the spring and summer protests was presented to Mayor Andrew Gather today in the mayor says more work needs to be done on how officers respond to protests and riots in the city. These investigations are not the end of our commitment to police reform. It will become part of the Carter Stuart High level report on how the city as a whole responded to protests is the chief just mentioned. He Now meet regularly with the chief's advisory panel was seated in July to continue to discuss policies and procedures at CPD. It's part of several sweeping efforts to modernize the police force in recent months, including an ordinance that City Council members table that their meeting last night that would have put restrictions on how police use equipment like military gear and chemicals, including pepper spray and tear gas. A fire broke out at a business on McKinley Avenue this afternoon. Three people suffered minor injuries. Firefighters say it started when a gas can What was near a torch caused an explosion and then the subsequent fire at a scrap yard in the 1000 block of McKinley Avenue, Ohio State Senator Bob Peterson he's recovering after he tested positive for covert 19 in recent days. His office says the senator is doing well. He also recently came into contact with Senate President Larry AB half who is now isolating at his home out of an abundance of caution. Governor Mike DeWine today discussed trying to fill the director of the Ohio Department of director of the Ohio Department of Health position. Dr Joan Do. Vee recently withdrew her nomination to be Ohio's next director, citing public protests and allegations of harassment as a reason why we've seen Protest against governors. We've seen protest against health directors throughout this country. We know that they're these air issues better can be divisive. Uh, I've tried to do everything I can so that we're not divided and amidst the pandemic. Columbus restaurants need you ABC Sixes, Jesse Pagan says you don't have to come inside. If you don't want Teo as you can enjoy restaurant week to go with street dining, providing another outlet for socially distant eating in Columbus and take out still being a major player. Restaurant.

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04:08 min | 1 year ago

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"The Storm's outer most bands are reaching the Mississippi coastline A B C's Elwin Lopez in Bay, ST Louis is starting to get some of the early bands of the storm. We're getting strong wind gusts, and we were getting some rain earlier. Now, Conditions are expected to worsen as Sally moves through threatening not only Mississippi, but Louisiana and Alabama as well. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves is predicting this storm will be a so Regardless of where the eye of the storm hits landfall that, particularly in Jackson County, we will see over 15 inches of rain Alley is expected to make landfall early tomorrow. President Trump taking part in an ABC News town hall with uncommitted voters. Earlier today, he hosted the signing of the Abraham accords at the White House. The US brokered deal. Normalizes relations between Israel the bar today, signing sets history on a new course and there will be other countries very, very soon. That will follow these great leaders. Trump calls at the dawn of a new Middle East Democrat Joe Biden on the campaign trail in Florida, his running mate, Kamala Harris, in her home state of California for briefing on the wildfires. There may be a suspect in a shooting outside a federal courthouse. FBI telling ABC News and arrest has been made. It comes after somebody in a sedan drove by the federal courthouse in Phoenix. Firing shots of federal security officer was injured with non life threatening injuries. Police moved in to set up a perimeter for awhile. The suspect was not caught. But now the FBI saying somebody is in custody. Alex Stone, ABC. Congressional Democrats say they're furious over claims that immigrants held in a detention center in Georgia may have been forced to undergo hysterectomies. A nurse of the Irwin County Detention Center says the facility also refused to Teo Test detainees for covert 19 and shredded medical records. You're listening. To ABC News News radio, 6 10 W TV and Malice and Wyatt, an independent investigation into Columbus. Police officers conduct during the spring and summer protests was presented to Mayor Andrew Ginther today in the mayor says more work needs to be done on how officers respond to protests and riots in the city. These investigations are not the end of our commitment to police reform. They will become part of the Carter Stuart High level report on how the city as a whole responded to protests is the chief just mentioned. He Now meet regularly with the chief's advisory panel was seated in July to continue to discuss policies and procedures at CPD. It's part of several sweeping efforts to modernize the police force in recent months, including an ordinance that City Council members table that their meeting last night that would have put restrictions on how police use equipment like military gear and chemicals, including pepper spray and tear gas. A fire broke out at a business on McKinley Avenue this afternoon. Three people suffered minor injuries. Firefighters say it started when a gas can I was near a torch cause an explosion and then the subsequent fire at a scrap yard in the 1000 block of McKinley Avenue, Ohio State Senator Bob Peterson he's recovering after he tested positive for covert 19 in recent days. His office says the senator is doing well. He also recently came into contact with Senate President Larry AB half who is now isolating at his home out of an abundance of caution. Governor Mike DeWine today discussed trying to fill the director of the Ohio Department of director of the Ohio Department of Health position. Dr Joan Do. Vee recently withdrew her nomination to be Ohio's next director. Citing public protests and allegations of harassment. As a reason why we've seen protests against governors. We've seen protest against health directors throughout this country. We know that they're these air issues better can be divisive. Uh, I've tried to do everything I can so that we're not divided and amidst the pandemic. Columbus restaurants need you ABC Sixes, Jesse Pagan says you don't have to come inside. If you don't want Teo as you can enjoy restaurant week to go with street dining, providing another outlet for socially distant eating in Columbus and take out still being a major player. Restaurant.

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05:09 min | 1 year ago

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"25% off installation +877 98 paella, pelican lumbers dot com Traffic and weather together, powered by temp star and customary on Johnny Hill on NewsRadio. 16 W TVM, Theo hey, is giving us a milky sky out there. That's not gonna be good for stargazing tonight, even though we'll be mainly clear. 51 for the overnight low Tonight 81 tomorrow with Son of the morning and some clouds in the afternoon showers Wednesday night into Thursday morning whether powered by the basement doctor 80 72 in Pickering tonight 72 atyour Severe weather station whose radio 6 10, w. T V, and the results of an independent investigation into complaints against Columbus police officers during protests and riots over the spring and summer were announced today. A law firm was contracted by the city to investigate 40 incidents referred to by the mayor's office. Those results released so far indicate four officers have been exonerated. One complaint sustained 25 found to be UN sustained. Police chief Thomas Quinlan says thesis. Independent investigation is crucial, and it can only lead to more positive changes. But he is also proud of the way that his release officers did their jobs and unprecedented circumstances simply have never seen where there's over. 900 officers out in the city of Columbus all engaged in interactions with public with this level of sustained damage, looting on the city and be able to stop what they're doing on call a sergeant over and report that use of force. At that time, and for five hours later, they may not remember world he's force that because there was so much occurring so fast. What burden we placing officers in this situation was unprecedented. That's why I say I'm proud that fact that they showed up to work and they still stood that line and did what they could to keep people safe. This afternoon. You heard Johnny talked about that fire in Franklin Tin that fire broke out in a scrapyard along the McKinley Avenue. Any injuries are unknown at this time, but the area around that Scrap yard in the 1000 block of McKinley Avenue is closed. City leaders say that the city budget has been hit hard because of the pandemic. Columbus will need to cut over $41 million to fill that budget deficit for the next year, largely fueled by the pandemic, hurting unheard ng tax revenue. The Ohio secretary of state said he is not against to multiple ballot drop boxes per county for the November election, but his office Eyes. They will stay in court over that. Franklin County judge ruled Tuesday that it's arbitrary and unreasonable to only allow one drop box for absentee ballots per county in Ohio. It comes after a lawsuit from the state Democratic Party chairman David Pepper, reacting. I hope he doesn't appeal. He has said that he just wanted to be sure it was legal. Well. Now we have an opinion, saying it's perfectly legal efforts to stop it. We're not legal. And so my hope is that gives the rose to clarity, he said. He's looking for, however, a statement from Secretary of State Frankly, Rose's office says the ruling doesn't change anything, and the state will appeal that ruling. I'm Jack Crumley voters are still urged to request their ballots early Columbus Restaurant week is underway amidst the pandemic. But ABC Sixes Jesse Pagan says the restaurants are adapting. Once again and take out is the plan for several of the more than 100 shops taking part figured out a way to come up with better packaging, you know, and do things with, you know, online ordering the best they can take phone calls, and so you'll see some creative work on that. A recent CDC reports saying Cobain 19 patients were twice as likely to have gone to a restaurant has added another obstacle in the recovery process for some restaurants. However, Barker says, restaurants are taking safety and cleanliness seriously. And right State University has announced today they will be holding a virtual commencement ceremony for the spring class of 2020 next month. Radio 6 10 w TVN Sports Guys continue voluntary workouts. Stay ready just in case Big 10 president give the green light from October 17th start. That proposal remains on the table. No vote yet, though. Oh, it's you in the last week, losing two top players who grew tired of waiting first Way Davis and yesterday, Sean wait, opting out declaring for the NFL baseball redsthree. Great winds within a game and a half of the nationally wildcard spot host Pittsburgh Indian six straight losses are at the Cubs Game seven of the NBA playoffs. Denver in the L. A Clippers in the Western semis East Finals begin with Game one tonight. Boston in Miami and Tampa Bay with a win over the Islanders tonight would advance to the Stanley Cup finals. Matt McCoy. These radios extend W TVs, Malice and Wyatt stay connected to Columbus on the hour at the half, and as news breaks clear skies tonight will see a low around 50. Sunshine in the morning tomorrow, then partly cloudy in the afternoon with a slight chance for some afternoon showers and a high of 81. Currently it is 72 degrees. This report is sponsored by ever stream, the business only fiber network. Had ever stream the business only fiber network. We believe business deserves better. Every streams full service approach to business. Collectivity delivers the speed and reliability that businesses demand ever street.

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

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"The dead and desperately searching for the missing after that apocalyptic blast everyday life a raised in a flash, the mushroom cloud and red pillar of smoke seen heard and felt for dozens of mine investigators are looking into negligence is a possible cause. More than 2700 tons of a highly combustible chemical restored in a Dockside warehouse stocks closed higher today. The NASDAQ at an all time high, you're listening to ABC News. NewsRadio 6 10 W TV and Malice and Wiant. A ruling from a judge today says that the 10 PM last call order for drinks at bars and restaurants around Ohio will remain in place ABC Sixes Jesse Pagan, says bar and restaurant owners who filed the lawsuit this week. Say the rule could force them to close their doors permanently. Mechanical Cos. 16 bit bar, an arcade and 19 other restaurants, bars and owners are suing governor deadline. They say the wind's order to stop alcohol sales at 10 at night will ruin them. According to the legal complaint to the order violates the restaurants and bars. Constitutional rights is arbitrary and has only meant to punish. They also say there's no quotes, reliable scientific evidence tobacco bars contributing to rising covert 19 cases, the judge said today it was the state's right to restrict the sale of alcohol because it is under the state's control. Dublin City School board will decide to start the school year with at least two weeks of remote learning and then ease in to in person learning. Several Dublin parents today protested outside yesterday's board meeting, demanding schools open back up for in person instruction. Meanwhile, a rally was held downtown today. To support the decision by the Catholic Diocese of Columbus to have classes in person five days a week. There are 53 schools are part of.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

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"Memorial Service to mark the 75th anniversary of the world's first atomic attack. The bomb was dropped by an American plane is part of a mission to end World War two. The explosion flat in the city and killed 140,000. You're listening to ABC News. NewsRadio 6 10 W TV and Malice and Wiant. A ruling from a judge today says that the 10 PM last call order for drinks at bars and restaurants around Ohio will remain in place ABC Sixes Jesse Pagan, says bar and restaurant owners who filed the lawsuit this week. Say the rule could force them to close their doors permanently. Men's mechanical Cos. 16 bit bar and arcade and 19 other restaurants, bars and owners are suing governor deadline. They say DeWine's order to stop alcohol sales at 10 at night will ruin them. According to the legal complaint to the order violates the restaurants and bars. Constitutional rights is arbitrary and has only meant to punish. They also say there's no quotes, reliable scientific evidence tobacco bars contributing to rising covert 19 cases, the judge said today it was the state's right to restrict the sale of alcohol because it is under the state's control. Dublin City School board will decide to start the school year with at least two weeks of remote learning and then ease in to in person learning. Several Dublin parents today protested outside yesterday's board meeting, demanding schools open back up for in person instruction. Meanwhile, a rally with cell downtown today to support the decision by the Catholic Diocese of Columbus to have classes in person five days a week. There are 53 schools are.

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

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"Likely a freeze warning in affect for the Columbus metro area frost advisory for most of the state on Saturday sunshine in sixty nine degrees and Sunday looks pretty good will be partly cloudy an isolated sprinkle in seventy three whether powered by the basement doctor it is fifty eight in Grove city fifty eight eight your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN runners will be hitting the streets Sunday morning in Columbus for the fortieth annual nationwide children's hospital Columbus marathon here's one of the Primera vents in the country in and of itself just as a as a running event you know we had just phenomenal performances over the years and then you make it into this community event with the partnership with the hospital so people of all abilities can take part and it's really it's just a great mixed race director Darius blackbird he spoke to six ten WTVN still Riley today you will see road closures Sunday morning drivers on the northeast side meanwhile we'll finally see some progress in road construction over the weekend as well don says all the ramps from my six seventy east to to it to seventy and a two U. S. is sixty two will be open by Monday as well as the new ramps from high to seventy north to Easton and from six seventy east to restrain some job cuts are coming to a local bank the Columbus dispatch is reporting that Huntington Bancshares this cutting up to two hundred jobs across the Midwest the Columbus based bank blames interest rate cuts by the federal reserve those cuts are helpful to consumers and businesses but they reduce the amount of money banks can make I'm Matt Rees you will need to re scan your TV in order to continue watching ABC six over the air this weekend that have CC is making some changes to the airwaves to make room for new signals like five G. for our cell phones that means we have to change our antennas and move our signal ABC six is Jesse pagan says if you use cable though your okay but if you use an antenna you will after re scan the work comes to an end Friday meaning you'll have to re scan your TV at home to keep watching V. our.

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02:01 min | 2 years ago

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"Smoker who spent addicted to smoking has tried to quit for decades the last thing you want is a tobacco flavor in Atlanta Jonathan Serrie fox news a possible tropical storm is complicating the efforts today to make a partially collapsed New Orleans hotel safe the city is racing to bring down the cranes on top of the hard rock hotel site before the storm begins arriving meanwhile families of the three people who were killed held a private memorial the top a nearby building yesterday the bodies of two of those killed in the collapse have yet to be recovered and you will need to re scan your TV in order to continue watching ABC six over the air see see is making some changes to the ways to make room for new signals like five G. for our cell phones that means we have to change our antennas and move our signal ABC six is Jesse pagan he says if you use cable your okay but if you use an antenna you do have to re scan the work comes to an end Friday meaning you'll have to re scan your TV at home to keep watching V. our our new signal ABC six first warning weather mostly sunny today with a high near sixty one I'm Alison Wyant do you sell stuff online then you know what a pain it shipping can be it's time consuming it's expensive it's a hassle until now introducing ship station the fastest easiest and most affordable way to get your products to your customers what do you sell stuff on Amazon FC Shopify or your own website we ship station you can quickly ship all orders from one easy to use dashboard saving you a ton of time there's even an easy to use mobile apps you always have access plus you'll save money which ship stations deeply discounted rates from all the top carriers like U. S. P. S. UPS FedEx and more you can always choose the best care at the lowest rate for every package it's no wonder ship station is rated number one by online sellers in right now you can try ship station free for sixty days that's right free just go to ship station dot com and enter promo code I heart we guarantee ship station will make getting orders to your customers.

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01:39 min | 2 years ago

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"Starring customary unix updated for fifty I'm John Hill newsradio six ten WTVN. all right stand by we're going to check it with somebody who's actually chasing down hurricane Dorian your ABC six first warning weather chief meteorologist Marshall make peak is joining me now on yes it's true martial someone is actually chasing there again that we're going to check in with Max gnar Jesse pagan is down there with them and it is really you know I have more power to him because that's a dangerous job yes when you get I I am I'm waiting for the point where somebody gets hurt on the air because that's coming Lou it's coming it's not gonna be pretty when it happens but you have all these people that are out there with video and their lives and when the winds are run at seventy plus miles an hour things fly through the air you know when I add things can happen you know I'm waiting on Marshall is that you member that I what was in there maybe a year or two ago when the one meteorologist without they're acting like and then the people go walking behind you remember. that was I'm waiting on that he's like lean in and. bracing himself people like and fluid ops walking by. it's so funny that was one of the funniest ever that's what I'm waiting. heaven as well you know it yeah it's laugh or cry at this point because of what's about to happen along the Carolina coast they're already seeing erosion along a lot of the beaches and there is concern that some of that could eat into the dunes which then could threaten the houses on the other side so it is going to be a very difficult few days in the Carolinas this.

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02:17 min | 2 years ago

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"Zero your station for news, traffic and weather in central Ohio. Newsradio six ten WTVN Columbus on my heart radio station or moves to distance Ohio State from Dr Richard Strauss big story at nine on NewsRadio six ten WTVN, I'm Scott Jennings. Traffic and weather together from TempStar heating and cooling products. And here's an darling. Well, if you're traveling to the memorial this morning, you'll find to seventy and thirty three on the northwest side busy are east outer about that? Checks out fine on two seventy northbound between thirty three and broad streets over on the west outer bow to seventy northbound. That's in pretty good shape between seventy and Roberts road. This report is brought to you by Monroe tire right now, Monroe, get a conventional oil change to fifteen ninety-nine and rebates up to three hundred dollars on four select Goodyear, tyres with Dr card visit IMO in our dot com today. Tough again, rather weather every ten minutes on the tens from TempStar hetero. He. Heating and cooling. I am darling on NewsRadio six ten WTVN. I'm ABC six first wanting meteorologist, Indra book, Michael, well, we stay right near eighty degrees as we head through today in the weekend forty percent chance for some scattered showers and storms generally along I seventy and especially to the south today. Tomorrow and Sunday. We're dry most of the day, however likely going to see some scattered showers and storms late Saturday into early Sunday. Weather's powered by the basement doctor right now. It's cloudy, sixty three in Delaware sixty four your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN a committee of the Ohio State University board of trustees voted to remove the emeritus status of former athletics physician, Dr Richard Strauss follows a report from an independent investigator, the doctor Strauss sexually abused. Nearly two hundred student athletes while working for various athletic teams and Ohio State over a twenty year period, university is also facing several lawsuits as a result. The report, claiming the university knew the abuse was occurring, but didn't stop it. The park Columbus Abbas, expanding ABC six Jesse pagan. Says it's online starting today in the arena district. The city says park Columbus will be available at thirty two meters and three kiosks in the arena district, the app lets you pay by just putting in the zone number posted nigger parking spot. When time runs out, you can extend from wherever you are the app was first used in the short north to alleviate parking concerns there. The city.

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02:21 min | 2 years ago

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"Harrisburg pike. Maybe that of a woman reported missing from the zanesville area, we're into reports the body was discovered yesterday. Police in both Franklin county and zanesville were called to the scene. Officials believe the body belongs to a sixty four year old woman reported missing a Wednesday foul. Play may be involved reports. Say also say John Jenkins juniors. A person of interest, he was involved in the robbery and chase at ended in upper Arlington earlier this week, you'll now be able to use your smartphone to pay for parking, and more areas of Columbus ABC, six is Jay Jesse pagan says he parked Columbus app. Speak rolled out today in the arena district says they want to roll it out to other parts like downtown brand new university district and the brewery district throughout next year. It allows drivers to pay for parking through their phone and can extend their time without having to go back to their car. It began in the short north to alleviate parking issues, there earlier this year, state officials want the federal government's help and telling the damage from this week's tornado outbreak the Ohio emergency management agency FEMA to perform preliminary damage assessment yesterday as pursue financial aid for victims and governments on the superstorm spun at least fourteen twisters including one in Montgomery County that was upgraded yesterday to an e four with two hundred mile an hour winds. President Trump has announced he'll move forward on new tariffs on goods coming to the US from Mexico. Questions are swirling in Washington and in Mexico after President Trump announced Thursday, the US would impose a fine percent tariff in June on all goods coming across the border from Mexico. It's a response to what the president called a quote, mass incursion of migrants at the US southern border under this plant. Tariffs would go up five percent every month to his high as twenty-five percent by Tober, unless Mexico steps up its efforts to stop illegal border crossings. But the president says if the migration crisis is alleviated because Mexico takes action. He is the sole discretion to remove the tariffs. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House, a state lawmaker wants to prevent Ohio communities from an acting bands on single use bags and other products Representative Don Jones said the plastic span, hurts businesses and the overall economy of Ohio earlier this week city of Bexley voted to ban, single use plastic products, beginning next January Jones said his Bill has I hearing this week, it will likely be taken up when lawmakers return from their summer break. The scripts national spelling bee making history by crowning, an astounding eight co champions. Dr Jacques vilely told the competitors at the end of round seventeen. The judges were running out of words hard enough to challenge the remaining competitors. We're.

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

"jesse pagan" Discussed on WTVN

"And poets and more. The festival is free and open to the public. Visit Howard county dot com forward slash offered this and other exciting events in Howard county. This summer, Maryland, be opened for it. News, traffic, and weather. For Columbus, NewsRadio six ten WTVN, no more America stands for former Ohio State athletics physician, this is a fine thirty report on six ten WTVN. Good morning. I'm Scott Jennings. Traffic and weather every ten minutes. Mornings and afternoons on NewsRadio six ten that we TVN look at your Friday drive in with an darling Scott. If you're traveling up to the memorial this morning, you'll find to seventy and thirty three on the northwest side. Pretty busy on our eastern about that checks out fine right now on to seventy northbound between thirty three and broad street, over on the west Souter bell to seventy northbound that's in good shape between seventy and Roberts road. Topic weather every ten minutes on the tents from TempStar header heating and cooling. Much contest in minutes. I'm an darling. Newsradio six ten WTVN. ABC six first wanting meteorologist, Interbike, Michael. Well, we've got some isolated showers and storms around the area today, generally long the ice seven corridor into the south. We'll see more rain Saturday night into Sunday. But I think the weather should cooperate pretty good for the memorial tournament looks dry, most of the day, Saturday and Sunday just that rain Saturday night, sweaters, powered by the basement doctor right down cloudy, sixty and sunbury sixty one of your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN the Ohio State University board of trustees committee of the group voted to remove the status of former athletics physician, Dr Richard Strauss, if a report from an independent investigator that Dr styles sexually abused. Nearly two hundred student athletes while working for various athletic teams over a twenty year period. Ohio states also facing several lawsuits as a result of report, claiming the university knew the abuse was occurring, but didn't stop it. The park Columbus Abbas, expanding ABC six Jesse pagan says it is online starting today in the arena district city says park Columbus will be available at thirty two meters and. Three kiosks in the arena district, the app lets you pay by just putting in the zone number posted new your parking spot. When time runs out, you can extend from wherever you are the apples. I used in the short north to alleviate parking concerns there, it.

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03:22 min | 2 years ago

"jesse pagan" Discussed on WTVN

"Ivo to now. Newsradio six ten WTVN. You get traffic and weather every ten minutes. Mornings and afternoons on NewsRadio six ten WTVN Terry. Wednesdays go now Johnny hill. Good morning, Scott. Now, what's happening at the moment, except for an accident scene reported Livingston and yearling out east and it'll be over by Whitehall. So be careful there as police are on scene at the moment, a load of construction projects, especially on the south side, mega fix but owns a ranch are reported opening fooding ramps off of seventy one at two seventy there's work attenuating on forty two north of Delaware forty-two closed off of horse, you rode until the middle of June as horseshoe between horseshoe and shortcut, rather until the middle of Junior, Seau, traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tens powered by TempStar and header heating and cooling, more traffic. You can trust in minutes. I'm Johnny hill. Newsradio six ten WTVN. ABC six first warning weather from meteorologist, Andrew buck. Michael partly cloudy. Some scattered storms today, there is a slight risk for severe weather again. Saturday in today's high eighty six or tonight, isolated showers and storms continue, the low sixty six and mostly cloudy, scattered showers and storms for Thursday. I have seventy six only slight chance of rain though, for Friday for your memorial tournament plans by there's powered by the basement doctor, partly cloudy now. Sixty eight and grove city, seventy your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN. The national weather service confirmed three tornadoes, hit central Ohio early Tuesday morning, two of them and pick away county. One of those e af zero south circle in other at one in the southeast corner of the county near Charleston the other wasn't af to near laurel villain. Hocking county, investigators confirm eight tornadoes across the coverage area for the national weather service office in Wilmington, that was late Monday and early Tuesday in the Dayton area, the governor's declared emergencies from tornadoes that hit their governor Mike dewine Tuesday. Afternoon declared a state of emergency poor Mercer Montgomery and Greene counties after surveying damage from tornadoes caused by spread damage Monday night, divine says they are now in the early stages of a federal emergency declaration, local officials will do the initial assessment, they'll figure out exactly what they have. Then we, we will be able to go to the federal government for the emergency declaration. The national weather service Tuesday concluded that e f three tornados touched down in the towns of beaver creek, Selena, and trot would eighty one year old Melvin Dale Hannah was killed during the Salaya tornado. I'm Sean Gallagher saw property damage from the tornadoes, now need to deal with their insurance companies Shannon Craig with nationwide says their agents are in the damaged areas. Now, regardless of who your insurance company is she's got advice on what you should do next. It's super important, especially after a storm that like we had yesterday to take a look at your ex interior of your home as well. ABC six Jesse pagan policyholders are reminded to take pictures. AM video of the damage document all interactions with insurance claims adjusters. And when dealing with contractors getting more than one estimate and never pay him full until after the work is done. Elsewhere, an officer involved shooting stem from a robbery on the west side, Tuesday, eventually leading to a chase and arrests started at these certify gas station west broad street around six thirty pm when an officer on special duty observed a robbery of the cashier suspect ran and the officer fired a shot at the suspect when he reached for his weapon at suspect got into a waiting vehicle, and sped off the crashed into a tree at the corner.

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