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Past articles by Stacia:

DeWine to announce coronavirus vaccine portal during Tuesday briefing

The coronavirus vaccine is coming, and Ohio plans to be ready. Gov. Mike DeWine shares his office will announce on Tuesday the foundation for a COVID-19 vaccine portal. “We don’t know what date that’s going to come or exactly when, but it’s going to come in,” DeWine said about the coronavirus vaccine in a Skype interview with ABC 6/FOX 28 on Monday. → Read More

Blue Jackets host veterans, active-duty military families for special event

Saluting our armed forces. That’s the goal for the Columbus Blue Jackets’ annual Military Appreciation Night. But before all the special tributes on Friday, the team welcomed dozens of service members and their families to the arena Thursday – to watch practice and have lunch. Days like this are special for military families, especially when they’re missing someone they love. For the Yarnells,… → Read More

Columbus Blue Jackets hold personal item drive for military appreciation night

Military Appreciation Night happens Friday for the Columbus Blue Jackets and the entire community can get involved. The team is planning a host many activities and tributes to salute our armed forces, including special recognition of more than 1,000 local service members and their families, a unique ceremonial puck drop and camouflage jersey raffle and auction. But that’s not all. → Read More

Marion County 5-year-old goes viral for his wheelchair school bus costume

Dressing up on Halloween is fun for every kid. But this year, it’s extra special for 5-year-old Blake Mompher. Blake gets to be a school bus. Blake’s custom school bus costume fits right over his wheelchair. His Grandpa made it. “He’s always really liked school buses,” said Megan Mompher, Blake’s mom. His love for school buses may have been the inspiration. But Blake’s smile while wearing his… → Read More

Run For Heroes: USO partners with non-profit to raise awareness of veteran suicide

Supporting our military before, during and after the fight. That’s the goal of Saturday’s Run For Heroes.It’s happening in partnership with the USO of Central and Southern Ohio and 22 KILL, which is a non-profit dedicated to raising awareness of veteran su → Read More

Franklin County Auditor details health battle with Parkinson's disease

No mission too difficult. No sacrifice too great. Duty first.That’s the motto of the Army’s 1st Infantry Division and it stays with Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo, who served with the 1st ID.It’s a motto he calls on now, as he faces a different kin → Read More

Students gather for human trafficking summit at the Statehouse

Hundreds of students from across Ohio joined together to raise their voices Thursday at the Statehouse.They gathered for the Human Trafficking Youth Prevention Summit.They’re working to raise awareness, educating themselves to go back to their communities → Read More

On Your Side: The many layers of how commercial vehicle recalls are handled and checked

Open recalls can be found on vehicles of every kind. For your personal vehicle, you get a notice in the mail for your car. But what about the big rigs?As it turns out, they get that notice too. But there’s a big difference in what happens next.While one-in → Read More

Ohio Airman takes invention to Shark Tank

F-16 weapons mechanic by day.Inventor and entrepreneur by night.And now, Tech Sergeant Tom Burden with the Ohio Air National Guard is about to swim with the sharks.He’ll share his invention, the Grypmat, this weekend on Shark Tank.“It’s just a non-slip too → Read More

Honor Flight Columbus brings veterans to D.C. to see war memorials

The McCullough’s are a family dedicated to service.Martha served in the U.S. Coast Guard during World War II, answering phones.Her sons both served in Vietnam.On September 9th, all three took part in Honor Flight Columbus, which works to bring our veterans → Read More

From Ghana to National Guard: Ohio Airman recounts journey to America

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX/WTTE) -- The American dream may mean something different to each of us. For Senior Airman Eric Piime, it would ultimately lead to becoming a citizen and a proud member of the Ohio Air National Guard.The United States served as a beacon → Read More

Stacia in the City: Craft Beer Week

The Ohio Craft Brewers Association describes craft beer as a living thing brought to life through a combination of art and science.It’s something you can see and taste in every sip, especially starting today for Columbus Craft Beer Week, which runs until M → Read More

Ohio National Guard gets aerial boost with new Black Hawks

The Ohio Army National Guard is growing its mission with brand new state-of-the-art UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters at Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base.The 1st Battalion, 137th Aviation Regiment flies the new machines described as the ultimate force mult → Read More

Stacia in the City: Short North Gallery Hop

A 33-year tradition continues this Saturday in Columbus. It’s time for another Gallery Hop.“Columbus is an incredibly creative city,” said Betsy Pandora, Executive Director of the Short North Alliance.You can see it all over town, but especially in the Sho → Read More

Top vacation destinations for Ohio travelers

Winter weather seems to have travelers dreaming of fun in the sun.AAA Ohio just released its 2017 Travel Trends report, showing a number of warmer locations topping the list, both domestically and internationally.Domestic destinationsOrlando, FLFort Lauder → Read More

Call 12 solves out-of-network medical bill

We all know, when it comes to health insurance, that it’s important to pay attention to “in” versus “out” of network. But if your doctor’s office makes that mistake and sends your tests out-of-network, you will still end up with the bill. That’s when it’s time to Call 12 for Action . → Read More

How you can report IRS scam calls

IRS scam calls continue plaguing Valley residents. But, if you get one of these calls, you can report it and help the IRS investigate. → Read More

Used car engine problems the seller won't tell you about

As part of Consumer Protection Week in Arizona, the Attorney General released a list of the top fraud complaints . Topping the list? Used car sales. Here’s how to watch for sneaky practices. → Read More

Call 12 solves RoomStore warranty issue

Since The RoomStore made its bankruptcy announcement , customers across the Valley have questions about what it means for their furniture and warranties. Call 12 for Action has answers. → Read More

‘Hi, Grandma': Phone scam impersonates family for money

It’s a scam that targets grandparents, making them think their grandchild is in trouble and needs money. → Read More