Tracy Townsend,

Tracy Townsend

Columbus, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Tracy:

Columbus City Schools superintendent focused on safety, how parents can prepare students for new school year

There are plans in the works to roll out new options for CCS students including a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. → Read More

Ohio fair season to return with Tyler's Law in effect

Tyler's Law requires owners to complete a visual inspection while looking for fatigue and corrosion. → Read More

Danger of looking for mental health information on social media

There's a growing trend of people looking for information on mental health from influencers on social media. → Read More

Juggling on the precipice with Achea Redd

She said pressure during the pandemic including fear of COVID-19 along with isolation prompted her to author her third book. → Read More

Man given double lung transplant at Ohio State Wexner Medical after COVID-19 battle

Mike Kaster, 59 came down with the virus in 2021. His symptoms went from bad to worse and landed him in the hospital for weeks. → Read More

COVID-19 cases may be dropping, but how safe is it to travel?

COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations may be dropping, but doctors say this isn't the time to let your guard down. → Read More

'Made for Medicine' exposes Black kids to careers in the medical field

Local doctors, many with Columbus roots, are taking time from doing rounds and check-ups to bring their field into focus for a new generation. → Read More

Hear from Columbus' 2022 Women of Achievement honorees

Women of Achievement recipients are known for uplifting their community, fighting bias and empowering other women to do the same. → Read More

Who can decide which vaccine can be required for central Ohio schools?

Parents in Ohio should have an understanding on vaccine requirements for children who attend public school. → Read More

One year later: 3 Ohio lawmakers reflect on change, progress since 2020 protests

Three Columbus-area lawmakers are sharing what's been done in the city and the state since the protests following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. → Read More

E.J. Liddell explains how he got past the hateful messages after Ohio State's tournament lost

Thursday night on 10TV News at 11, E.J. and his mom share the story of how they beat the social media bashing and what he learned from the experience. → Read More

A little caffeine goes a long way to protect your heart

For many people, studies show drinking one or more cups of coffee a day may reduce the risk of heart failure--if it's caffeinated. → Read More

Columbus Black physicians stress importance of COVID-19 vaccine

The Columbus Black Physicians Network is out with this urgent message about how to stay safe from the novel coronavirus and the importance of getting the vaccine. → Read More

The ‘Jack and Jill’ experience is family-focused and beyond

Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated is an African American organization of mothers representing over 40,000 family members nationwide. → Read More

Ohio could soon be center stage in fight against COVID-19

Researchers at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center are currently running a clinical trial of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Protecting your finances during the COVID-19 pandemic

One in four adults are struggling financially since the outbreak started. → Read More

Ohio State researchers looking for participants in new trial

You may be able to help researchers at The Ohio State University who have two clinical trials studying therapeutic medications for COVID-19. → Read More

Columbus Public Health holding drive-thru flu shot clinics

It’s an easy way to get vaccinated in the safety of your own vehicle. → Read More

Ohio State researchers studying impact of 9/11 dust on first responders

Ohio State researchers are working to learn more about the impact of the World Trade Center dust on heart disease for first responders. → Read More

Ohio State researches aim to find treatment for coronavirus patients in new clinical trial

Researchers from The Ohio State University are starting another COVID-19 trial that's part of 'Operation Warp Speed.' → Read More