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Mark Feuerborn

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Columbus, OH, United States

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  • fox8news
Past:
  • CBS 4 News
  • KSN News Wichita
  • WKRG
  • KSNT News
  • ABC4 Utah
  • KFOR
  • FOX2now.com
  • WBTW News 13
  • WJTV 12 News

Recent articles by Mark:

Ohio nears noteworthy number for new COVID-19 cases

The holiday season saw a noticeably smaller amount of COVID-19 infections compared to the previous two years, and the state has continued that midway through January. → Read More

‘I’m going to kill you:’ Ohio Amber Alert suspect’s previous child endangerment conviction

New details are pouring out about the suspect in the abduction of twin Columbus babies, including that she has two biological children of her own entangled in their mother's criminal activity. → Read More

George Wagner IV sees closing arguments in his trial for Rhoden massacre

Prosecutors made their closing arguments Monday in George Wagner IV’s trial for the Rhoden family massacre. → Read More

Ohio’s COVID-19 cases on rising trend ahead of holidays

While the new data maintains a rise in infections ahead of the holiday season, it has also consistently seen smaller case rates. → Read More

Fall is America’s favorite season, and this survey proves it

A new October survey claims to have settled the dispute about which season is the best, at least in the U.S. → Read More

‘This isn’t my dad’: Ohio festival volunteer stops kidnapping

A volunteer at a fundraising festival stopped a would-be kidnapping, according to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office. → Read More

She claimed Ohio police targeted her. A jury agreed and gave her $2

A jury ruled in a Columbus police officer’s favor in a racial discrimination lawsuit. Her award in damages, however, was $2. → Read More

Watch: Guns drawn as Ohio troopers, helicopter chase high-speed driver

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers chased a teenager both on the roads and in the air in videos obtained by NBC4. Records show Deanthony Harris, 18, of Reynoldsburg, faces a felony charge of failure to comply with an order or signal from a police officer, and was booked into the Richland […] → Read More

Watch: Guns drawn as Ohio troopers, helicopter chase high-speed driver

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers chased a teenager both on the roads and in the air in videos obtained by NBC4. Records show Deanthony Harris, 18, of Reynoldsburg, faces a felony charge of failure to comply with an order or signal from a police officer, and was booked into the Richland […] → Read More

Accused Topeka teen trafficker found with child porn, court filing says

A Georgia man accused of using an online game to traffick and rape a Topeka 13-year-old is facing additional charges, including one filed almost 15 years ago. → Read More

Topeka rain total doubles in 5 days, what else does May have in store?

The month of May has brought an abnormal amount of rain in its first week, but the rest of the month may not look the same, according to KSNT 27 News' StormTrack Weather Team. → Read More

No foul play in Kansas River death, police say

TOPEKA (KSNT) – Investigators have ruled a death in the Kansas River as a suicide, a city spokeswoman said Tuesday. Topeka police and fire crews briefly shut down a road near the Kansas River Friday evening when they heard that someone spotted a body in the water. Photos at the scene showed emergency crews gathering […] → Read More

‘Media blackout’ starts at Kansas high school after student dies

LEBO, Kan. (KSNT) — An area high school is going under a “media blackout” after the school district said it received word that one of its students passed away. Unified School District 243 said at 1:50 p.m. Monday that a student at Lebo Jr. & Sr. High School had died. The Lebo Waverly School District […] → Read More

KU Jayhawks celebrate championship with Gov. Laura Kelly at statehouse

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – The University of Kansas Men’s Basketball Team celebrated their national championship with the Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly. The governor took to the podium surrounded by the Jayhawks and proclaimed April 25, 2022, as KU Men’s Basketball National Championship Victory Day, a holiday in the state of Kansas. She read a lengthy […] → Read More

VIDEO: Topeka building’s protested demolition hits nearby car

TOPEKA (KSNT) – As crews hired to carry out a demolition order from the City of Topeka worked Wednesday, a falling chunk of the building sent rubble out that hit a car, video sent to KSNT 27 News shows. The video sent in by a witness across the street appeared to show a construction vehicle […] → Read More

Car chase in Topeka turns into foot chase involving aircraft, sheriff says

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Deputies, police officers and troopers chased two men through north Topeka both on wheels and on foot Tuesday night, according to the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office. A deputy spotted a red 1994 Mercury Cougar around 11 p.m. that had a mismatched temporary license plate near Northeast Meriden Road and Grantville Road. […] → Read More

Fight in Topeka leads to shots fired

TOPEKA (KSNT) – The Shawnee County Jail has a man in custody after a fight between a group of people ended with someone pulling out a gun Tuesday evening. Inmate records showed Daniel Puente-Martinez, 24, faces charges including: Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon Criminal damage to property Criminal discharge of a firearm at an […] → Read More

Eagle’s nest closes campsites at Perry Lake for 2nd year in a row

PERRY, Kan. (KSNT) – Eagles nesting at Perry State Park have closed some of its campsites until at least after the Fourth of July, marking the second year the birds have done so in a row. Workers at Perry State Park confirmed to KSNT News Tuesday that some of the campsites in the Slough Creek […] → Read More

Council Grove child hit in Orbeez gun shooting

COUNCIL GROVE, Kan. (KSNT) — Council Grove is the latest Kansas town to see someone hurt by a dangerous TikTok challenge, according to local police. The Council Grove Police Department said Monday that it took a minor into custody for an aggravated battery incident over the weekend. Officers went around 8 p.m. Saturday to a […] → Read More

$650M biodefense plant coming near Manhattan, governor announces

MANHATTAN, Kan. (KSNT) – A new multimillion-dollar biomanufacturing plant is coming to Northeast Kansas, Gov. Laura Kelly announced Monday alongside a panel of federal, state and Manhattan-area officials. Scorpion Biological Services Inc., a subsidiary of Heat Biologics Inc., will be building a biodefense-focused plant in Pottawatomie County near Manhattan in the Green Valley Industrial Park […] → Read More