Lindsey Mills,

Lindsey Mills

Columbus, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Lindsey:

Pool rental app gains popularity in central Ohio

Think of it as a short-term rental app for backyard pools. → Read More

Monkeypox vaccine not available in Ohio, testing is limited

The Ohio Department of Health reports seven cases of the virus. → Read More

COVID hospitalizations in Ohio steadily increasing

Ohio is back over the thousand patient mark for the first time in months. → Read More

Columbus hospital joins placenta donation program

Medical experts say one donated placenta can help up to 25 patients heal and recover from a wide range of injuries. → Read More

Inflation drives up demand for dietitian help

Your grocery bill costs more than ever. An OhioHealth dietitian, and the mother she helped, share their strategies for eating healthy on a budget. → Read More

Yost questions report of 10-year-old abortion case, raises questions over exemptions to Ohio's Heartbeat Law

The story, and now a public dispute over its legitimacy, is raising more questions about the exceptions that are allowed under the state's Heartbeat Law. → Read More

COVID-19 outbreak reported at summer camp in southern Ohio, 2 months after norovirus outbreak

The outbreak was confirmed by the Scioto County Health Department. It involves nine positive cases. → Read More

Central Ohio vape researcher reacts to FDA’s new Juul review

The FDA has temporarily paused its ban on Juul e-cigarette sales citing “scientific issues” it needs to review further. → Read More

‘It keeps happening’: How and when to talk with your kids about mass shootings

A central Ohio child psychologist shares advice on how to help children cope without creating unnecessary anxiety. → Read More

‘Punch to the gut’: Plain City mayor says fireworks vendor canceled at last minute due to staffing challenges

On Friday ahead of the 4th of July, it’s quiet along Main Street in Plain City. But there’s a buzz in the air – over a pop, bang, and boom if you will. → Read More

Foster family provides safe, welcoming home for LGBTQ+ teens

Lauren Coon and Susan Jones hope by sharing their story it will encourage others to consider becoming foster parents to help meet the need. → Read More

Attorneys for Ohio abortion clinics file lawsuit, claim state’s 'heartbeat law' violates Ohio Constitution

Attorney General Dave Yost, Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Bruce Vanderhoff, and Franklin County Prosecutor Gary Tyack are among those named in the lawsuit. → Read More

Prosecution of Ohio’s abortion law: Not all are pledging a stance against it

Columbus City Attorney Zach Klein signed a joint statement declining prosecuting abortion cases, but an Ohio association said “don’t get to decide.” → Read More

Abortion access in Ohio: What happens following the Supreme Court decision?

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled to overturn Roe v. Wade. Current Ohio law permits abortions up to 22 weeks of pregnancy, but blocked and banned laws could change that. → Read More

Members of Ohio Task Force 1 return to Florida, one year following condo collapse

On Friday, remembrance events will be held to mark the anniversary of the disaster that claimed 98 lives. → Read More

‘We can go out and do things again’: Columbus parents begin COVID-19 vaccine process for youngest children

COVID-19 vaccine clinics have started offering shots to children six-months-old and up. → Read More

Columbus police details new role of its ‘Dialogue Team’

The creation of the new role stems from the protests two summers ago following the death of George Floyd. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccines for young children to be administered in Columbus starting Tuesday morning

Now that shots will go out as soon as Tuesday in Columbus, 10TV is getting the answers to the questions parents are asking. → Read More

Widespread outages: Ohio State infrastructure expert explains it’s a sign of what’s to come

A closer look at how electricity gets to customers in central Ohio and an infrastructure expert from Ohio State University details the challenges the grid faces. → Read More

Upper Arlington dad ordered to pay families of students who got sick eating marijuana edibles at school

Scott Macre was sentenced Tuesday on three charges related to the April 22 incident that sent five students from school to the hospital. → Read More