Tyler Carter, WCBD

Tyler Carter


Columbus, OH, United States

Contact Tyler

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • WCBD
  • NBC4 Columbus
  • KSNT News

Past articles by Tyler:

'This is a miracle.' Man, four dogs uninjured after riding out tornado inside barn

SHELBY, Ohio (WCMH) -- Shelley Carey says she still can’t believe that a tornado rolled through Shelby Sunday night causing so much destruction. → Read More

ODOT works to fix potholes caused by roller coaster winter weather

The month of February is keeping crews with the Ohio Department of Transportation busy with snow and ice removal, water main breaks and potholes. → Read More

Equitas to open new grocery market in King-Lincoln District

Equitas Health, the healthcare system that is known for providing care to the LGBTQ community is expanding. → Read More

Flooding concerns as rain falls and ice melts

The melted snow and ice along with the rainfall could cause major flooding. → Read More

CPD testing technology to pinpoint the location of gunshots

Columbus police are testing a new technology that will help officers pinpoint the location of where gunshots were fired. The Hilltop is the first neighborhood in Columbus to get the new technology. → Read More

Church opens doors for those who need a warm place to stay

While many remain bundled up inside their homes during cold temperatures on Wednesday, one local Columbus church is opening their doors to those who have nowhere warm to go. → Read More

Two more lawsuits filed against Mount Carmel, doctor

Two more lawsuits have been filed against Mount Carmel and now-fired Doctor William Husel. → Read More

Food bank looking for solutions to uncertainty of federal funding

The partial government shutdown is over for now, but what are the lasting effects of the 35-day closure? → Read More

Deputy, first responders rescue dog from frozen lake

FRANKLIN CO. (WCMH) -- A dog is recovering tonight after first responders saved him from an icy pond in the Galloway area on Wednesday. → Read More

City road crews still working on slick Columbus streets

First came the rain and snow, now comes the freeze. The slick roads are making it tough for drivers to get around. → Read More

Columbia Gas working to make sure gas service remains uninterrupted

Columbia Gas continues to monitor and prepare for a snowstorm that has the potential to cause problems across the state. → Read More

Dog shelter offers tips on keeping pets warm

COLUMBUS (WCMH) -- With temperatures expected plummet over the weekend and a wintry mix headed our way, the Franklin County Dog Shelter and Adoption Center is urging pet owners to take precautions and plan ahead. → Read More

New medical marijuana laws may test workplace drug policies

Now with medical marijuana legal, employers are now faced with the challenge of whether to change their drug-free workplace policy or allow the use of medical marijuana. → Read More

Powell City Council discusses Liberty Township EMS

Nine-year-old Lila Follmer knows a thing or two about hospitals and paramedics. → Read More

Governor DeWine introduces new plan to help pregnant women and new moms

Governor Mike DeWine didn't waste any time getting down to business as the Governor of Ohio. DeWine signed six executive orders immediately after taking office. → Read More

'Smile Lines' exhibit sheds light on suicide rate of servicemen and women

A new art exhibit in Worthington is opening tonight featuring the stories of military servicemen and women. Smile Lines sheds light on the importance of suicide prevention and awareness in the military. → Read More

Columbus air traffic controllers keep working through shutdown

Their job is to protect the passengers in the skies but the partial government shutdown has thousands of air traffic controllers working without pay or furloughed. → Read More

Westerville police chief leaving to lead Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation

After 32 years with the Westerville Division of Police, Chief Joe Morbitzer is leaving to become the top cop at the Bureau of Criminal Investigation. → Read More

North Columbus family loses home in fire

A north Columbus family lost everything in a fire just days after the start of the new year. → Read More

Ohio Expo Center names building for Governor Kasich

There is a familiar name now adorning one popular building at the Ohio State Fairgrounds. → Read More