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Columbus shooting leaves two dead, including pregnant woman 

Published: Tuesday, January 02, 2018 @ 7:35 AM

Two people, including a 35-week pregnant woman, are dead and one person is in critical condition after a shooting occurred in west Columbus late Monday night, according to Columbus police. 

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The incident happened around 11:45 p.m. in the 600 block of South Hague Avenue.

One man died at the scene and the pregnant woman later died at the hospital. Doctors were, however, able to deliver and save her baby, according to our partners at WBNS in Columbus.

Dispatchers are not currently releasing the victim’s names.

Police are looking for a gray SUV that may have bullet holes on the side. It might be associated with a suspect involved in the incident.

Investigators could not immediately provide a license plate number of the vehicle.

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Clipper-type system could bring snow to area this weekend

Published: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 @ 10:08 PM

Another storm system will threaten the Miami Valley with more snow as we head into the first weekend of Spring. It is too early to know the exact impact, or how much snow will fall, but our Storm Center 7 meteorologists say there is a chance for accumulation late Friday night into Saturday.

Those ready for spring weather likely won’t like this forecast.

A clipper-type system looks to spread snow into the region this weekend, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Eric Elwell said.

The storm system looks to arrive late Friday night or into Saturday morning. The current forecast track would bring snow across much of the Miami Valley during the day Saturday.

“Snow accumulation, perhaps heavy, would be likely along and north of the Ohio River should the current forecast track hold,” Elwell said, “but a lot can still change.”

If the system adjusts north, then the threat will be for more of a mix or perhaps even more rain than snow, Elwell said.

However, the system could escape to the south with little to no local affect.

“We’ll know a lot more on the potential threat of this system by late Thursday. Stay tuned!” Elwell said.

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Dayton firefighters rescue person trapped in house fire

Published: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 @ 9:50 PM

Person rescued from Dayton house fire

One person rescued after being trapped in a house fire has been taken to Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton District Chief Adam Landis said. 

Investigators are on scene to determine the cause of the fire.

Crews dispatched sometime after 8 p.m. to a 2 1/2-story wood frame home in the 1300 block of Amherst Place found heavy fire on the first and second floors, he said. 

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Firefighters found the victim on the second floor. The condition of that victim is not known, District Chief Landis said. 

He estimated the damage to the structure and contents at $10,000. 

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CJ alerts parents to KKK-style hood brought to school

Published: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 @ 5:52 PM

CJ High School alerts parents to KKK-style hood brought to school

Chaminade Julienne High School is facing a controversy over a social media post showing a student in a hood, making a Nazi salute. 

The photo shows a student wearing a navy blue KKK-type hood while giving a Nazi salute inside a classroom at the Catholic school, 505 S. Ludlow St., Dayton. 

The original incident, where a student brought the hood to class, sparked immediate reaction from the teacher in the class. But somehow a photo of the student wearing that hood made its way to social media. That’s where the controversy picked up steam. 

“This is disrespectful,” said one comment attached to the photo on Twitter. Another stated: “Some serious action needs to be involved. CJ is a good school and kids just make it seem like it's bad because of stuff like this.” 

The Catholic school has declined to talk directly to us about the incident, despite multiple requests to school leaders and the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. 

News Center 7 has obtained copies of the letter our sources say was sent to parents by Principal John Marshall. 

It begins by saying: “Earlier this month an inappropriate prop was brought to school as part of a history class group project presentation.” It goes on to say immediate action was taken by the teacher in the classroom, but that the school later learned that earlier that day a student modeled the prop in a classroom and another student posted it on social media. 

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CJ parent Mike Henne of Clayton gave us his reaction by telephone. 

“We use this as a learning experience ... point to emphasize to our son that social media is not private. It is very public,” he said. 

He said his son was not involved in the photo in any way, but does attend the school. 

The principal’s letter to parents says: “We have concluded that this unfortunate incident was an isolated act of ignorance by a very limited number of students.”

Henne said he supports the school and its handling of the situation. 

“I’m very proud of how CJ handled it. It was appropriate, swift, the right thing to do in the right time frame,” he said. 

Disciplinary action against the students behind that photo is being considered by the school. 

The parent who brought this to our attention wanted to remain anonymous, but felt the focus of the principal’s letter was too much on the use of social media ... and not enough on the original action by the student who brought the hood into the classroom and how it might make other students feel. 

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Man sent to prison for life for killing OSU student

Published: Tuesday, March 13, 2018 @ 6:49 PM
Updated: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 @ 3:35 PM

The suspect in the death of OSU student, Reagan Tokes, was arraigned in Columbus Monday morning. After the arraignment, Tokes' father talked to the local media.

UPDATE @ 3:36 p.m. (March 21)

A judge has sentenced Brian Golsby to life in prison without the possibility of parole in the kidnapping, rape and murder of Ohio State student Reagan Tokes, reports 10TV in Columbus.  

UPDATE @ 12:10 p.m. (March 21)

Jurors recommended Wednesday that Brian Golsby, the man convicted of killing OSU student Reagan Tokes, be senteced to life in prison with the possibility of parole. Official sentencing will take place at 3 p.m. Wednesday. 


Brian Golsby, the man who was accused of killing Ohio State student Reagan Tokes, was found guilty on all counts in the murder of Ms. Tokes. 

Golsby was convicted of aggravated murder, kidnapping, aggravated robbery, rape and tampering with evidence. 

On February 8, 2017, Tokes was walking to her car after work in Columbus when police say she encountered Golsby and was later murdered.

Raegan Tokes

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