Stephanie Stanavich,

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Recent articles by Stephanie:

Franklin County Sheriff's Office investigating what led to former firefighter being shot on I-270

The victim was treated for his injuries and released. → Read More

Candlelight vigil held for Westerville woman missing since May 24.

With the candlelight vigil, she said they hoped it would help bring peace to a tough situation for many. → Read More

4th of July for veterans brings pride and scary callbacks

For some veterans struggling with PTSD, hearing the fireworks may tough. → Read More

Community rallies behind Powell diner after co-owner suffers stroke

Michelle Chambers said John Holley is strong and a fighter. → Read More

Social media pages create safe space for students to share experiences with racism

The stories come from students or alumni with all different backgrounds, cultures and experiences. → Read More

The mental, physical and financial toll of caring for a sick child during a pandemic

For many families, 2020 has been especially tough. → Read More

Columbus police stand behind protest actions, says rules of engagement were followed

Videos of the protests from over the weekend are continuing to surface on social media showing confrontations between Columbus police officers and protesters. → Read More

Black women come together in unity in downtown Columbus

news Black women come together in unity in downtown Columbus Song and prayer united the crowd of hundreds COLUMBUS, Ohio — Today a large crowd gathered in front of City Hall. Those in the crowd marched, chanted, gave speeches, sang, prayed and danced. Doctor Chenelle Jones is one of the organizers. She told 10TV the event was hosted by two organizations: "Come Together Columbus" and "Breathe."… → Read More

ODJFS provides update on why some unemployment claims are still pending

Months into the COVID-19 pandemic, some Ohioans still haven't received unemployment benefits from the state. → Read More

19-year-old says she hung ribbons in Westerville to represent black lives lost

On Wednesday, we spoke with Kennedy Kandi and her mother Demia Kandi, ahead of the protests in Westerville → Read More

Viral video shows 9-year-old girl speaking out at downtown Columbus protest

Misty Johnston recorded her 9-year-old daughter, Aubrey Johnson, speaking up at the protest on Sunday. → Read More

Food pantries and thrift stores reopen, hoping people continue helping each other

Today we spoke with several food pantries and thrift stores to see what new protocols they have in place and if they are accepting donations. → Read More

Groveport veteran continues to grow memorial garden with help from the community

David Kemmerling said people continue to stop by and help him add onto it with their loved ones who have served or are serving. → Read More

'He was a trooper': Nurse recounts spending 9 weeks away from son overcoming cancer

Kirsten Keim s a mother of three; Amy is 14, Hope is 11 and Nevin is 6. → Read More

Dublin teen creates chalk art to make others smile, raise money for Ronald McDonald House

Cecilia Martyna, 15, is a freshman at Dublin Jerome High school. She's also an artist known as CC The Sketchy Artist. → Read More

Companies offer tips for when home improvement experts enter your home amid pandemic

We spoke with Jess Howard Electric Co., and The Waterworks Plumbing and Drain Services; we're told they are seeing an increase in calls. → Read More

'You're doing good, bro': Local nurse's brother describes him as a hero

Ibrahim Musa reached out to 10TV to recognize his brother, Yahya Musa, for his hard work and dedication as a registered nurse. → Read More

As dentists in Ohio prepare to reopen, one hygienist says she's nervous

As part of his plan to reopen Ohio, Gov. Mike DeWine announced certain health care procedures can resume beginning on May 1, including dentists. → Read More

Columbus-based Rise Brands creates relief fund for employees impacted by coronavirus layoffs

Rise Brands CEO and Founder Troy Allen said it was a shock when everything started to close and change due to coronavirus. → Read More

New Albany church joins others in opting for Easter drive-in service

For the first time, Franklin United Brethren Church, held a drive in style service for Easter. → Read More