Molly Brewer,

Molly Brewer

Wichita, KS, United States

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Past articles by Molly:

'Right to farm': Community emphasizes roots, future in agriculture

10TV talked with a local farmer about the challenges they are facing now and how those challenges could impact consumers’ bottom line. → Read More

Improving accessibility one bathroom at a time. Period.

Seventy percent of students say the school environment makes them especially self-conscious of their periods. → Read More

Central Ohio man turns personal struggle into cause to help others fighting brain tumors

Kevin Farrell underwent three surgeries to remove a brain tumor. Now, he's running a golf tournament to raise money for cancer research. → Read More

Gay Softball World Series returns to Columbus, bringing fans and revenue

This year’s World Series is made up of more than 230 teams from more than 47 different cities. → Read More

Safety is top of mind with kids walking to school once again

Students going to and from school are especially at danger, according to information released by the Ohio Department of Transportation. → Read More

Central Ohio school districts utilize funding to hire additional school counselors

Schools are using federal funding to hire additional staff to support students this school year. → Read More

Month of August dedicated to raising awareness for breastfeeding

The American Academy of Pediatrics and the World Health Organization both recommend breastfeeding for the first six months of a child’s life. → Read More

Returning to learning: Help kids find a healthy mindset for school

This school year will be different for many kids, even as society moves toward a sense of normalcy → Read More

Navigating tough conversations: advice for parents ahead of the new school year

10TV spoke with a pediatric psychologist about how parents can address the many questions they might be receiving from their kids. → Read More

New ramp to connect downtown to eastbound Interstate 70 once again

The new ramp from Fulton Street to Interstate 70 eastbound will officially open by 5 a.m. Monday, July 19. → Read More

Extended license registration deadlines end this week in Ohio

The extended license expiration in Ohio ends July 1, which is Thursday this week. → Read More

ODOT: What improvements can be made on US-23 between Waldo and I-270?

While they are looking long-term, ODOT is continuing to build short-term improvements in the area. → Read More

Health officials put emphasis on safety during 2021 Fourth of July celebrations

Dr. Mysheika Roberts with Columbus Public Health's number one suggestion to stay safe? Get the vaccine. → Read More

Back at bat: Miracle League of Central Ohio returns to the field with safety in mind

Miracle League of Central Ohio returned to the bases this spring, now that it's safe to do so. → Read More

Bexley alum moving full steam ahead with dreams of Tokyo Olympics

Bexley graduate and Olympic hopeful Murphy Bromberg is getting ready to compete in the Olympic trials for diving. → Read More

Digital banking game makes learning about money fun, accessible

The program is an eight-week financial literacy course led by a cartoon character named Maximillion Money. → Read More

Pandemic backlog in teen driving education leads to new concerns ahead of ‘100 Deadliest Days'

Combined with excitement over pandemic restrictions easing, there is a fear among some in the driving education industry that this summer could prove more dangerous. → Read More

Columbus groups address inequities in health, fitness for people of color

The pandemic shed light on the disparities among people of color, but another event highlighted the challenges many face when it comes to fitness. → Read More

Social media accounts use platform to break down mental health stigmas

Social media can be a toxic world at times but during the pandemic, it’s how many people have stayed connected. → Read More

Central Ohio farmers markets start fresh in 2021

Several farmers markets have opened once again, as vendors keep COVID-19 safety precautions at the top of their minds for the 2021 season. → Read More