Lindsey Mills,

Lindsey Mills

Columbus, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Lindsey:

Columbus child care provider hopes new state grant can help with sustainability

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services announced a $150 million grant for child care providers to manage increased operating costs and hire qualified workers → Read More

3 big questions infectious disease experts have about omicron variant

While there’s a lot that’s unknown about the new COVID-19 variant, experts said now is the time to get vaccinated because it’s the best protection. → Read More

‘They know what you’re saying’: Horses help Knox County kids find their voice, purpose

After being paused during the pandemic, PELIA is back up and running. → Read More

First of its kind recycling machine takes bulky Styrofoam off your hands

Heading into the holidays there’s a new way to recycle bulky Styrofoam from big packaged purchases. → Read More

Yes, home heating prices will increase by more than 50% for some this winter

A viewer asks how this is possible if regulators have to approve rate hikes. → Read More

‘I’ve looked everywhere’: Ohio mother struggles to find rental that accepts HUD vouchers

A housing assistance voucher could be life-changing, but for many families, there’s nowhere to use it. → Read More

Health leaders concerned about decline in measles vaccination rate for kids

According to the CDC and WHO, 22 million infants missed this vaccine last year. → Read More

Columbus lawyer says client killed in Target shooting was kind and compassionate

10TV is learning more about the 21-year-old killed outside Target near Easton Monday. → Read More

Missionary travels thousands of miles to get vaccinated in Columbus

Imagine having a hard time accessing a COVID-19 vaccine or even a test. For one missionary in the Democratic Republic of Congo, that was her reality, until now. → Read More

‘His smile lit up a room’: Coach, teammate remember 16-year-old killed in northeast Columbus shooting

Police say Rycheous McKinney was killed in a shooting Thursday night. Police are still looking for the suspects. → Read More

Pfizer vaccine for kids age 5-11 in Ohio: How soon you can sign up your child and where

U.S. health officials on Tuesday gave the final signoff to Pfizer’s kid-size COVID-19 shot, a major expansion of the nation’s vaccination campaign. → Read More

'Prepare for the worst': Travel experts warn passengers need to plan ahead this holiday season

Staffing shortages and weather are being blamed for major airline cancellations over the weekend. → Read More

Yes, landowners could get paid to burn land

While the answer is yes, experts say conditions have to be just right in order to make it safe. → Read More

‘Very effective’: Ohio doctor overseeing vaccine trials shares insight into Pfizer’s vaccine for kids

Dr. Robert Frenck oversees Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine trials at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, including those involving children ages 5 to 11. → Read More

Ohio health leaders prepare for vaccine rollout for ages 5 to 11

The Ohio Department of Health is working with doctors, hospitals, pharmacies and schools across the state in preparation of the rollout of a COVID vaccine for kids. → Read More

'All of this is going to be gone': Residents worried about pipeline approved for Delaware, Union counties

The company says its needed to meet the demands for the growing region. Some have concerns about the environment and their property value. → Read More

‘We want them to come home safely’: Haitian members of Columbus community react to abduction of Ohio group

There's been a spike in gang-related kidnappings in Haiti following years of political unrest. → Read More

Delaware teen earns nickname ‘duck dad’ after taking care of 4 ducks

Jacob Stewart took care of four ducklings after their mother died. He released them to a pond where they wait for him to visit every day. → Read More

Columbus police investigating back-to-back car thefts they say targeted delivery drivers

On Wednesday night, police say in two incidents drivers left their cars to drop off food. When they returned their cars were gone. → Read More

Yes, some driver exam stations are temporarily closed

According to the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles, the typical wait time to schedule an exam is about three weeks. → Read More