Bennett Haeberle,

Bennett Haeberle

Columbus, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Bennett:

Advocate: Conditions inside Columbus City Schools reflect 'systemic problem' facing many districts across the U.S.

The conditions inside Columbus City Schools have become a focal point in the ongoing labor dispute between the teachers’ union. → Read More

Columbus City Schools Board meets as teachers’ union threatens to strike

Columbus City Schools Board of Education said they made the Columbus Education Association a “final offer” last week for pending negotiations. → Read More

WBNS, Ohio sister stations file lawsuit against Cedar Fair and Cedar Point police

The complaint was filed Tuesday afternoon in the Ohio Supreme Court. → Read More

No bond for man accused of raping 10-year old girl who later sought abortion in Indiana

Gerson Fuentes entered his plea during a court appearances Tuesday on two counts of felony rape. → Read More

Preventing the next one: Ohio school shooter talks about lessons learned in 2008 incident

At 15 years old, Jeff Jevnikar was angry and depressed, and he wanted it all to end. He says he wanted to die but in a bigger way than doing it by himself. → Read More

Mayor Ginther urges voters to approve $1 billion bond package; $200 million committed to housing

Ginther says Columbus is behind other like-sized cities when it comes to building affordable housing. → Read More

Public Utilities Commission of Ohio will review AEP Ohio's intentional outages

AEP officials have said it was forced to cut off electricity to thousands of customers to avoid further damage to the electrical grid. → Read More

AEP officials face questions over power outages, restoration efforts

AEP officials said a combination of factors contributed to the current outages - which covered a large swath of the city of Columbus. → Read More

More reports of sexual assault, harassment at Cedar Point; park denies it discouraged employees’ reporting

10 Investigates, WTOL and WKYC have conducted interviews with nearly a dozen former employees who told us they were victimized or worked with others who were. → Read More

Ohio’s late entrance into gambling expansion of sports betting follows suit of neighboring states

Ohio will likely miss out on millions in gambling revenue by missing the start of the NFL season, according to PlayOhio. → Read More

2 new federal lawsuits filed against city and Columbus Division of Police over police actions during 2020 protests

This weekend marked the anniversary of the civil justice protests in opposition to police brutality and the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. → Read More

Records: FBI requested to interview active shooters sentenced to Ohio prisons

FBI research indicates that most active shooters don’t possess previous criminal convictions, according to 2018 report published by the agency. → Read More

128 children across Ohio have died in custody of children services agencies since 2015

Nearly half of those deaths – 55 – occurred with children in the care of agencies in Ohio’s three largest counties: Cuyahoga, Hamilton and Franklin. → Read More

Records document violence, injuries and runaways at behavioral treatment center for foster children

In a four-part series, 10 Investigates examines children “caught in the cycle” of foster care and looks into issues at Franklin County Children Services. → Read More

Teen in foster care tied to fatal crash had been caught driving illegally 2 other times

In a four-part series, 10 Investigates examines children “caught in the cycle” of foster care and looks into issues at Franklin County Children Services. → Read More

Ohio bill would limit governments’ ability to claim they’re immune from damages in crashes

The legislation, sponsored by Rep. Catherine Ingram, D- Cincinnati, was spurred in part by a 10 Investigates report last summer. → Read More

Elected leaders demand action from Cedar Point in wake of sexual assaults tied to employee dorms

Of the 27 reported incidents at the park's employee dorms, two men have been charged with sex crimes. → Read More

Cedar Point’s dark side: A history of sexual assault inside employee dorms

A review of police reports shows that since 2017 there have been 27 reports of alleged sexual assault, rape and other sex offenses. → Read More

Armed with acquittal, Husel’s attorneys ask for summary judgment in wrongful death case

After reaching an impasse on Monday, jurors continued to deliberate and acquitted Husel of all 14 charges of murder. → Read More

Jury deliberations entering sixth day in Husel murder trial

Jurors concluded their deliberations Tuesday without much interruption – taking a couple of breaks throughout the day. → Read More