Brittany Bailey, 10TV.com

Brittany Bailey

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Columbus, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Brittany:

Columbus artist creates piece for 3rd anniversary of Dayton shooting

Evan Williams says he was asked to create a tribute piece to the nine victims of the Dayton mass shooting by Dion Green, who lost his father in the shooting. → Read More

Survivor of Dayton mass shooting reflects on 3rd anniversary

Dion Green survived the shooting in Dayton’s Oregon District on Aug. 4, 2019, that killed nine people and injured 17 others. But his father, Derrick Fudge, did not. → Read More

Case of Hardin County kidnapping suspect now in hands of jury

The prosecution and defense both gave closing arguments Monday morning in the trial of Charles Castle, who is charged with kidnapping a 7-year-old girl. → Read More

Jurors see surveillance video from night Hardin County girl was kidnapped

The video was captured by cameras on a home just up the street from where the little girl lived. → Read More

Prosecution: DNA evidence from little girl found on kidnapping suspect’s jeans

The fourth day of the Charles Castle trial was packed with interviews from both the little girl and Charles Castle himself. → Read More

Video testimony of Hardin County kidnapping victim played in court

The girl, who was 7 years old at the time of the crime, appeared via video to describe in her own words what happened to her last November in Hardin County. → Read More

Prosecutor: Girl kidnapped, bound, left for dead in basement

Charles Castle, a longtime family friend, is charged with kidnapping, rape and attempted aggravated murder. → Read More

Hardin County jurors visit home where kidnapped girl was held

The jury was seated Monday in the trial of Charles Castle, who is facing 17 charges, including kidnapping, rape and attempted aggravated murder. → Read More

Abortion executive order: What it means for Ohio

President Biden signed an executive order that would protect some abortion access. But a local law professor said the order does not have much of an impact on Ohio. → Read More

Columbus coffee shop serves up coffee with a cause

Parable Coffee is now open in the former Nosh on High space in downtown Columbus with a mission of fairness and equality. → Read More

City leaders ‘prepared’ and ‘ready’ for Red, White and BOOM! crowd

Columbus Division of Police Chief Elaine Bryant and Mayor Andrew Ginther say the city is prepared for large crowds at the return of Red, White and BOOM! → Read More

Facebook post creates abortion confusion in Ohio

Created Equal, an anti-abortion group based in Columbus, posted this week that all Planned Parenthood clinics in Ohio had stopped performing abortions. → Read More

Ohio illegal abortions: Who will enforce the new law?

Several prosecutors from around the country announced this week that they would not prosecute abortion cases. But that led to the question of enforcement. → Read More

Columbus Urban League reaching limit of AEP Ohio funds after power outage

The Columbus Urban League received a portion of $1 million to distribute to AEP Ohio customers affected by the outages, but almost all the funds have been claimed. → Read More

Customers seeking financial relief after AEP Ohio outages frustrated with company's response

Hundreds of people lined up at IMPACT Community Action on Wednesday morning to get $250 Kroger gift cards. But many were turned away after all the cards were gone. → Read More

AEP to offer $1 million in compensation for customers impacted by emergency outages

The company made the announcement Friday after tens of thousands of customers suffered losses during the forced power outages. → Read More

Some state leaders, others kept in the know during AEP Ohio planned outages

Messages were sent out by state officials who said they were in contact with AEP Ohio to lawmakers and others beginning Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Video shows cars drifting, doing donuts on Columbus Commons garage rooftop

10TV took the video to police and the garage owners to get answers. → Read More

Ohio House Democrats call transgender sports bill 'state-mandated sexual assault'

Ohio House Republicans passed HB 151, which would require student athletes to undergo genital exams if their gender is called into question. → Read More

Bill that would ban gender-affirming care in Ohio for minors likely on hold until fall

The committee held its 4th hearing on the Enact the Save Adolescents from Experimentation Act Wednesday, hearing from opponents of the bill for the first time. → Read More