Scott Light,

Scott Light

Columbus, OH, United States

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Past articles by Scott:

"Cops and Barbers" events provide haircuts, school supplies to Columbus youth

Their friendship produced a couple more mentors and community leaders. They created an initiative called Cops and Barbers. → Read More

US Senator Sherrod Brown, daughters reflect on public service within family

U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown and his daughters, Elizabeth and Emily, have never sat together to talk about their collective public service, until now, and only with 10TV. → Read More

Survivors and supporters gather in Columbus for biggest Susan G. Komen race nationwide

Once again, Columbus put its stamp on an event as the largest in the country to put up a fight against breast cancer. → Read More

Enticed Online: Keeping your kids safe from online predators

Tonight at 11, you'll hear from local law enforcement and learn the steps every parent should take to better protect their kids from online predators. → Read More

Local law enforcement offers advice to keep your kids safe from online predators

It's estimated young people can spend up to nine hours a day online, whether it's a laptop or phone. Those likely to spend even more time on the internet are online predators. → Read More

Pickerington marching bands gave back to community ahead of Rose Parade

Before their performance in Tuesday's Rose Parade, the Pickerington North and Central high school bands used their talents to give back to the community. → Read More

Christmas party for the less fortunate offers meal, gifts

Second Chance Ministries held its 15th annual Christmas party and dinner for those less fortunate. → Read More

OSU grad helped save John F. Kennedy and crew on PT 109

This summer marked 75 years since the PT 109, a torpedo boat, went down. → Read More

Christmas comes early for Pickerington boy battling cancer

Celebrations that normally take weeks to plan, came together in just 24 hours to help a young boy battling a rare brain cancer celebrate Christmas. → Read More

Face The State with Scott Light

This week: Political ads get personal and battling the opioid epidemic. → Read More

Research can help parents learn how to identify & stop cyberbullying

Stopping bullying means starting at the genesis of it, long before a mean tweet is typed out. → Read More

Parents share their fears over bullying of their children

After the death of an Olentangy student, several parents reached out to 10TV with concerns about bullying. → Read More

What parents need to learn about handling cyberbullying

Some parents aren’t in the social spaces where their kids live. The experts say – if you’re not – you need to be. → Read More

Teens open up about the effects of bullying and cyberbullying

For the next four days, we’re talking about bullying online, also known as cyberbullying. → Read More

Only 15 vehicles meet tougher criteria for 2018 IIHS top safety rating

Our hometown manufacturer, Honda, was well represented in the 47 vehicles that scored as a ‘top safety pick’. → Read More

Sources: DeWine, Husted in negotiations to team up for Ohio governor's race

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is in negotiations with Secretary State Jon Husted to run together in the 2018 governor's race, 10TV has confirmed. → Read More

Jerry Springer shares views on politics, social issues & President Trump

In an interview you’ll only see on 10TV, Jerry Springer lets loose on Pres. Trump, what he thinks Gov. Kasich should do next and why he's thinking about running for governor. → Read More

Doctor launches cash-based practice to serve patients in central Ohio

It’s called Direct Primary Care and Dr. Heather Bartlett claims to be the first doctor offering it in central Ohio. → Read More

High demand for skilled tech workers in Columbus

Good news on the local job market: Central Ohio has plenty of IT and high tech jobs right now. → Read More

Repairing your home after devastation fraught with pitfalls

Whether it’s a hurricane, a tornado or just a bad storm that damages your home, the Better Business Bureaus in Florida already are spreading the word on safely rebuilding and repairing without getting ripped off. → Read More