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2018-10-29 ISS Sighting

SpotTheStation - Sightings for Marysville - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 19:34
Date: Monday Oct 29, 2018
Time: 6:17 AM
Duration: 3 minutes
Maximum Elevation: 70°
Approach: 69° above SSE
Departure: 10° above ENE

2018-10-30 ISS Sighting

SpotTheStation - Sightings for Marysville - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 19:34
Date: Tuesday Oct 30, 2018
Time: 7:01 AM
Duration: 4 minutes
Maximum Elevation: 28°
Approach: 21° above WNW
Departure: 11° above NE

2018-10-31 ISS Sighting

SpotTheStation - Sightings for Marysville - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 19:34
Date: Wednesday Oct 31, 2018
Time: 6:11 AM
Duration: 2 minutes
Maximum Elevation: 30°
Approach: 30° above NNE
Departure: 12° above NE

2018-11-01 ISS Sighting

SpotTheStation - Sightings for Marysville - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 19:34
Date: Thursday Nov 1, 2018
Time: 6:54 AM
Duration: 3 minutes
Maximum Elevation: 18°
Approach: 17° above NW
Departure: 11° above NNE

Woman accusing former Ohio State running back Bri'onte Dunn of rape testifies

Channel 10 news - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 19:04

The woman accusing former Ohio State running back Bri'onte Dunn of rape took testified in his trial Wednesday.

Dunn is charged with three counts of rape from the August 2017 incident, which he adamantly denies.

Before the jury was allowed into the courtroom, the defense argued jurors should hear about a previous allegation of rape she made against a different man.

"When the police arrived to investigate a (2016) rape that you had told your boyfriend about, are you telling us right now under oath, that you lied to the police?" asked defense attorney Joe Landusky.

"Yes," answered the woman, who 10TV is not identifying.

"And you told them that no sexual activity had taken place?" asked Landusky.

She answered, "Correct."

The defense argued this constituted a false allegation of rape, and that jurors should hear it.

The judge disagreed, and the jury was seated.

In opening statements, Landusky said this was about a woman spurned, not sexually assaulted.

"She fell in love. She said you are now my boyfriend, I love you, I want to have your baby. I want to be the wife of an NFL football player. Because my client didn't say goodbye in an appropriate way, he has now become a rapist."

The 26-year-old woman said she and Dunn dated briefly in the summer of 2017.

She says they were broken up on August 20, 2017, when he called her at four in the morning for a ride.

She testified, "I said where do you want me to take you? He said back to your apartment. I said no, you're not coming back to my apartment. We're not seeing each other anymore. I don't feel comfortable with you staying there."

She said she he agreed to call an Uber from her apartment.

Instead, she testified, he got into bed with her.

She says twice he tried to initiate sexual contact, the first time, stopping at her request.

"He was touching me, groping me outside of my clothes. I told him to stop again. That time he didn't stop."

She says he initiated intercourse, saying "I screamed and he stopped and pulled away"

"He noticed I was crying he was like, what's wrong? I was like, I told you I didn't want to have sex. I think he said I'm sorry, and got off of me and rolled over."

After going into the bathroom, she said she returned to her bed and lay down with Dunn.

She said a few hours later, he woke up.

"I was expecting and hoping he would come talk to me about what happened. But he just left."

She reported the incident to police that day and underwent a sexual assault exam.

She admits she continued to contact Dunn, in hopes he would apologize.

"If I believed he was really sorry about it, I wouldn't have reported it."

She said she also told Dunn she would tell police she had lied.

Asked if she had lied to police, she said, "No."

The defense also played two recorded phone calls of the accuser asking to meet with Dunn after the alleged rape.

In the recordings, Dunn tells her to leave him alone.

She offers to drop everything, and tell people in the football community that she lied.

Thursday, Dunn is expected to testify in own defense.

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Circleville police searching for missing 20-year-old woman

Channel 10 news - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 17:15

CIRCLEVILLE, Ohio – Circleville police are asking for the public’s help in finding a missing woman.

Police said 20-year-old Courtney Young was last seen Sunday evening on East Mound Street in Circleville.

Young is 5-feet 2-inches tall and weighs 100 pounds. She has blonde hair and blue eyes.

Police said they do not suspect anything suspicious at this time.

If anyone has any information, they are asked to call Circleville police at 740-474-8888.

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Columbus police on scene of barricade situation on the near east side

Channel 10 news - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 16:02

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Police are on the scene of a barricade situation on the near east side of Columbus.

The scene is in the 500 block of North Ohio Avenue.

Columbus police said the situation is related to a shooting that happened around 5 p.m. Wednesday. No additional details on the shooting were released.

Stay with 10TV for updates on this developing story.

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Drug-resistant salmonella hits Ohio

Channel 10 news - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 15:49

Ninety-two people from 29 states have been sickened in a Salmonella outbreak linked to raw chicken, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports.

Twenty-one people were sick enough that they had to be hospitalized. No deaths have been reported.

According to the CDC, seven cases have been reported in Ohio.

The CDC has not identified a common source of contaminated chicken. Rather, it says there's evidence that many types of raw chicken products from a variety of sources contain the strain known as Salmonella Infantis that is making people ill.

Testing revealed that the Salmonella strain involved in the outbreak is resistant to many types of antibiotics.

Investigators have identified the outbreak strain in raw chicken pet food, raw chicken products, and live chickens, indicating it might be widespread in the chicken industry.

The CDC says consumers do not need to avoid eating properly cooked chicken, and it its not advising retailers to stop selling raw chicken products.

How to protect yourself and your family from Salmonella

Health officials say the outbreak should serve as a reminder to always cook raw chicken carefully and thoroughly, as it may contain germs can that spread around food prep areas and make people sick.

The USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service advises that all raw chicken products, including chicken breasts, whole chickens, and ground poultry such as chicken burgers and chicken sausage, should always be cooked to an internal temperature of 165°F to kill harmful germs. Leftovers should also be cooked to 165°F.

Health experts do not recommend washing raw poultry or meat, as bacteria in poultry and meat juices can spread to other foods, utensils, and surfaces.

To prevent cross-contamination, thoroughly wash hands, counters, cutting boards, and utensils with warm, soapy water after they touch raw chicken. If possible, use a separate cutting board for raw chicken and other raw meats.

Additionally, the CDC does not recommend raw diets for pets, as this can make animals, as well as people handling the raw food, sick.

Finally, to prevent the spread of germs, wash your hands frequently, especially before and after preparing or eating food, after contact with animals, and after using the restroom or changing diapers.

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Social media game encourages self-harm and suicide

Channel 10 news - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 15:31

The Momo Challenge is a mystery game that is gaining popularity across the world. Some say it's a hoax, but a 10-year-old in Galion says it almost made her take her own life.

"It was creeping me out," said Ashlynn Hill, a fifth grader.

The Momo Challenge starts with videos on YouTube that show a dark-haired, bulgy-eyed girl character named "Momo." The videos entice people to text specific phone numbers to chat with her through WhatsApp, a free texting and video calling app.

Once in a conversation with her, she encourages you to self-harm, even commit murder.

"One of the things it asked me to do was to kill someone else. And I did not feel right with that," Ashlynn said. "It didn’t make me feel safe at all. It felt like the game itself was going to come out of my iPad or something."

Despite "The Momo Challenge" being promoted as "mystery gaming," Ashlynn says the game felt very real to her.

"I thought you had to listen to it," she said.

After several days of texting with "Momo," Ashlynn's mom says she got a call from her school.

"[They] said that Ashlynn was with the counselor and that she had had a plan to kill herself," said Kimberly Clark. Clark says she went to the school and immediately took her daughter to the closest hospital.

After an evaluation, Ashlynn was transported to a juvenile mental health facility.

"...because at the hospital Ashlynn had admitted to trying to suffocate herself and that she had plans of getting a rope and hanging herself," Clark explained.

Ashlynn spent six days in that facility and is now on medication for depression.

Dr. Megan Schabbing, director of psychiatric emergency services for OhioHealth at Riverside Hospital says even social media games can be considered as cyberbullying.

"Children who have not yet figured out who they are or what they are all about are at such a high risk of being influenced," Dr. Schabbing said.

She says it's best to monitor your child's social media access and know exactly the games they are playing and how they work.

"It may seem as if your child is just playing a game, but unless you are there checking in frequently to know exactly who they are interacting with, and how these apps are working, you don’t really know what’s going on," said Dr. Schabbing. "Not having your child even engage in any activity online that you’re not fully aware of the potential implications — that’s a good first step."

For tips on managing your child's access to social media, click here.

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22 burger chains given "F" over antibiotics -- only 2 get "A" rating

Channel 10 news - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 15:04

Twenty-two of the top 25 U.S. burger chains -- including McDonald's, Burger King, White Castle and Five Guys -- received a failing grade in a review assessing their practices and policies on antibiotics use in their beef products. Only two chains were given an "A" rating.

The scores were published Wednesday in a report called "Chain Reaction IV: Burger Edition," which was produced by the Center for Food Safety, Consumer Reports, Food Animal Concerns Trust, U.S. PIRG Education Fund, Friends of the Earth, and Natural Resources Defense Council.

The report says 22 chains received "F" grades "for lacking any announced policy to source beef raised without the routine use of antibiotics."

Wendy's received a "D-" because 15 percent of its beef is sourced from producers that cut the use of tylosin, an antibiotic, by one-fifth, it says.

Only two chains -- Shake Shack and BurgerFi -- received an "A" rating. "Both companies currently serve only beef raised without antibiotics," the report says.

The report notes that while Fuddruckers, Steak 'n Shake and Farmer Boys -- which received "F grades" -- have no antibiotics policies, they offer a burger option made of beef raised without antibiotics.

Overuse of antibiotics in livestock can cause resistant bacteria to spread, putting humans at risk of developing life-threatening infections. The report says many meat producers give animals antibiotics to encourage quicker growth or stave off disease, calling it a routine practice.

"When antibiotics stop working, diseases become harder to treat, life-saving surgeries riskier to perform, and a scrape on the knee can even turn deadly," Jean Halloran, director of Food Policy Initiatives in the advocacy division of Consumer Reports, said in a news release Wednesday.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) calls antibiotic resistance "one of the biggest public health challenges of our time." The World Health Organization (WHO) calls it "one of the biggest threats to global health, food security, and development today."

"Each year in the U.S., at least 2 million people get an antibiotic-resistant infection, and at least 23,000 people die," the CDC says.

The WHO says antibiotic resistance is a natural occurrence accelerated by the misuse of antibiotics in both animals and humans.

In a statement, McDonald's spokesperson Lauren Altmin said "preserving the effectiveness of antibiotics for future generations is highly important" to the company.

"In 2016, McDonald's fully implemented its pledge to no longer serve chicken treated with antibiotics important to human medicine in its US restaurants, which led to the 2018 implementation of an antibiotic use policy for broiler chicken in markets around the globe. McDonald's is currently finalizing a global antibiotics policy for beef, to begin roll out before the end of 2018," Altmin said.

In-N-Out Burger said it "remains committed to beef that is raised without the use of antibiotics important to human medicine. We've had many discussions with our suppliers to explore ways to accomplish this goal."

The report urges burger chains and lawmakers to take action.

"While restaurants and major meat producers have critical roles to play in stopping the overuse of antibiotics, the government must also act to achieve the kind of lasting, industry-wide change needed to fully protect public health," the report says.

"Policymakers should only allow beef producers to use medically important antibiotics under the guidance of a licensed veterinarian, and to treat animals diagnosed with an illness or to control a verified disease outbreak," it says.

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Father of woman found burned in Upper Arlington park shares his pain

Channel 10 news - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 14:53

The family of the woman found burned in an Upper Arlington park is sharing his pain over her death.

Twenty-three-year-old Bobbie Renee Simpson's father is back in Columbus to mourn his daughter's death. Her body was discovered in Burbank Park Sunday after a passerby reported a fire.

Simpson had been picked up three times in the last year for soliciting on the west side but her father says that record shouldn't define her. He's thankful to see friends and family honor her memory.

“That’s for Nay-Nay, that’s the brightest star in the sky,” said Robert Simpson. “Why, why, why, I mean, it don’t make no sense.”

The family says there is a vigil planned for Thursday at Burbank Park to honor Bobbie Simpson.

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CCAD student dies after being hit by vehicle in Westerville

Channel 10 news - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 14:32

WESTERVILLE, Ohio – A Columbus College of Art & Design has died after being hit by a vehicle in Westerville, according to police.

Sara Rupel, of Mount Vernon, was hit by a vehicle on October 11 just after 7 a.m. in the 300 block of South Cleveland Avenue.

Police said Rupel died from injuries sustained in the crash on October 12.

A spokesperson for CCAD said Rupel was a first-year animation student and was known as Milo on campus.

The spokesperson said Rupel was active in the campus community while being involved in Queer Alliance and working as a Student Assistant for Student Affairs.

The spokesperson said this is a tragedy for the CCAD family and are providing support for any students who need it.

Westerville police have not said if any charges were filed in connection to the crash.

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Ohio man pleads no contest in killing of future mother-in-law

Channel 10 news - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 14:24

CLEVELAND (AP) — A 21-year-old Cleveland-area man has pleaded no contest in the stabbing and shooting death of his future mother-in-law.

Prosecutors say Jeffrey Scullin Jr. shot his fiancee's mother and stabbed her more than 30 times last October, five days before he was supposed to be married.

Scullin entered pleaded no contest Wednesday to aggravated murder and other charges in the killing of Melinda Pleskovic.

The plea came on the same day Scullin was set to go on trial and a day after a judge ruled against throwing out the suspect's confession.

Scullin's attorney says he still maintains his innocence.

Prosecutors said Wednesday that Scullin staged a series of break-ins during the weeks before the killing at a home in the Cleveland suburb of Strongsville where he lived with the Pleskovic family.

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Columbus Zoo sends 2 more rehabbed manatees back to Florida

Channel 10 news - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 14:20

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium has sent two more rescued manatees back to Florida where they hopefully can be released into the wild this year.

The zoo says Agua and Goober, a female and male, arrived at SeaWorld Orlando late Monday.

The manatees were in poor condition when they were rescued in Florida waters. They began their rehabilitation back to health in Columbus. SeaWorld will complete the preparations needed to reintroduce them to the wild.

Twin manatees Millennium and Falcon moved from the Columbus Zoo to Miami Seaquarium in September and are to return soon to the Florida Keys area where they were found.

The Columbus Zoo has rehabbed about 30 manatees since 2001.

The federal government has declared Florida manatee populations threatened by natural and man-made hazards.

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Ohio State still improving safety measures nearly 2 years after campus attack

Channel 10 news - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 14:09

Ohio State University said it's still making safety changes to better protect students, staff, and faculty nearly two-years after a terror attack on campus.

Director of Emergency Management and Fire Prevention Robert Armstrong said one of the most noticeable changes includes the addition of locks on classroom doors.

The university said it's also improved communication options in order for students to receive Buckeye Alerts faster.

The attack unfolded on November 28, 2016, just before 10 a.m. when authorities said Abdul Razak Ali Artan rammed his car into a crowd of people and then began slashing at victims with a knife.

The attack sent 13 people to the hospital. Artan was shot and killed by an Ohio State police officer.

Ohio State rapidly sent Buckeye Alert text messages warning students and staff to shelter in place, and to run, hide, fight.

"We sent 10 text messages out that day, 95,000 texts for each message. So, we were approaching one million text messages that we sent out in about a 6 to 7 hour period," Armstrong said.

Armstrong said the first three alerts were sent in quick succession, which may have delayed reception times.

Ohio State is now urging students, faculty, and staff to sign up for a free app called Rave Guardian which can deliver Buckeye Alerts in a fraction of the time.

"It will get a Buckeye Alert out to the end user in probably about 5 seconds rather than 5-to-10 minutes," said Armstrong.

Anyone can sign up for the Ohio State app or the Franklin County Emergency Management Agency ALERT to approve push notifications and receive Buckeye Alerts warning of a threat on campus.

Ohio State said an after-action review of the attack and feedback from the community raised questions about why classroom doors don't have locks.

Ohio State is now in the process of installing locks but said the added safety measure will take time.

"There are thousands of classrooms and so our goal is to get the locks on a couple hundred every year," said Armstrong.

In the meantime, Ohio State produced an updated online training video to teach students what to do if they find themselves facing a threat on campus. To view the video, click here.

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One case of rare, polio-like illness confirmed in Ohio

Channel 10 news - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 12:08

Ohio health officials have confirmed that the state has had one case this year of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM), a rare, polio-like condition.

The Ohio Department of Health said their lone case was confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The condition that mostly strikes children has seen an increase this year, according to the CDC.

The CDC announced Tuesday there have been 62 confirmed cases in 22 states.

CDC officials say they haven't found the cause. Some possible suspects, such as polio and West Nile virus, have been ruled out. Another kind of virus is suspected, but it's been found in only some of the cases.

About 90 percent of the cases are children who have suffered muscle weakness or paralysis, including in the face, neck, back or limbs. The symptoms tend to occur about a week after they had a fever and respiratory illness.

Officials said the jump in cases appears to be following an every-other-year pattern with similar waves of the illness in 2014 and 2016.

The cases in 2014 and 2016 were partly attributed to particular strains of respiratory germs called enteroviruses, which spread the most in the summer and fall.

Most people infected with enteroviruses suffer only minor symptoms like cough and runny nose. And though enteroviruses have been detected in some paralysis cases, it hasn't been found in others, CDC officials say.

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2018 Pumpkin Show giant pumpkin winner comes in at 1,607 pounds

Channel 10 news - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 10:59

CIRCLEVILLE -- Mark Litz knows how to grow a pumpkin.

Litz was this year’s giant pumpkin winner with a weight of 1,607 pounds. It is the second year Litz has entered the competition.

Last year’s pumpkin, owner by Cecil Weston, weighed 1,701 pounds. It was his second consecutive title.

Weston won the 2016 title with a 1,553.5 weight.

Still, though, as prodigious as the pumpkin may be, it isn't the largest of all time. That title belongs to Bob Liggett's 2014 pumpkin that weighed 1,964 pounds.

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Nearly 1 million absentee ballots requested in Ohio

Channel 10 news - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 09:47

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — State election officials say nearly a million absentee ballots have been requested ahead of the Nov. 6 general election.

The Ohio Secretary of State's Office says 910,982 voters requested an absentee ballot as of Oct. 10, and 42,470 have been cast by mail or in person.

Central Ohio Voters Guide: What's on your ballot? | Nov. 2018

The office said Tuesday that four years ago at this time, 722,498 voters requested absentee ballots, with 49,306 cast by mail or in person.

Officials say 7,914 military and overseas voters have requested an absentee ballot this year, with 1,176 cast, compared to 2,421 ballots requested and 363 cast in 2014.

Voters will choose a new governor, decide a U.S. Senate race and other state and federal races, and vote on a statewide drug sentencing issue.

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Puppeteer who played Big Bird on 'Sesame Street' retiring

Channel 10 news - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 09:20

WOODSTOCK, Conn. (AP) — The puppeteer who has played Big Bird on "Sesame Street" is retiring after nearly 50 years on the show.

Caroll Spinney tells the New York Times that Thursday will be his last day on the program, which he joined from the start in 1969. In addition to Big Bird, the 84-year-old was also Oscar the Grouch.

Spinney says "I always thought, how fortunate for me that I got to play the two best Muppets?"

Spinney says the physical requirements of performing the characters had become difficult and he developed problems with his balance. He stopped doing the puppeteering for Big Bird in 2015 and now only provides the voices for him and Oscar.

His apprentice, Matt Vogel, will succeed him in the Big Bird role. He also plays Kermit the Frog.

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Marathon to bring large crowds, road closures to Columbus this weekend

Channel 10 news - Wed, 10/17/2018 - 08:49

Drivers can expect to double their travel time through downtown Columbus this weekend with more than 18,000 people in the area for the annual Nationwide Children’s Columbus Marathon and Half Marathon.

The race starts at 7:30 a.m. Sunday, October 21, with Corrals opening at 6 a.m.

Tips from organizers of the Nationwide Children’s Columbus Marathon and Half Marathon:

  • We recommend carpooling. It cuts down on traffic and parking problems for all and will save you money!
  • Check out CoGo Bike Sharing (there are several bike stations within walking distance of the start/finish), taxis or Uber and Lyft for an alternative to driving downtown. Car2GO is another option to consider although advance registration is required.
  • Tell your family and friends to ride their bikes to meet you at the Race! Yay Bikes will offer free, secure bike parking at the Start/Finish, and we have also partnered with COGO Bike Share to develop a self-guided bike tour of the course that incorporates many of COGO’s 46 bike stations. For the route, click here.
  • Make sure you know about any road closings/construction that may get in your way of being in your corral early. Check out Paving the Way's Website for the latest road construction information, including weekend work.

Starting Thursday, Oct 18, various roads in the North Bank Park area will be closed to road traffic.

Race Day:

  • Long St. will be closed between High St. to the East and Hocking St. to the West.
  • Spring St. will be closed from West St. to the East, and Hocking St. to the West.
  • Neil Ave. will be closed from Nationwide Blvd. on the North to the combined Start/Finish Line to the South.
  • Expect continued rolling closures throughout the marathon course based upon the expected time the first and last athlete passes each mile of the course.



  • ​Parking lot on the corner of Drexel and Main Streets​
  • ​Residential streets in the vicinity​


  • ​Golden Hobby Shop located on the corner of Sycamore and Third Streets​
  • ​Residential streets in the vicinity​


  • Downtown Upper Arlington shops/Arlington Ave.
  • Residential streets in the vicinity​
  • Here’s a website that gives parking options in Upper Arlington


  • Here’s a website that gives parking options on Grandview Ave.


  • Residential streets in the vicinity

I-71 South to I-670 West
Exit at Third St. (on the Left)
Take Third St. to Chestnut St.
Right onto Chestnut St.
Choose a parking garage on Chestnut St.

(Alternately with this route)

Continue on Chestnut St. to High St.
Right onto High Street
Take High St. to Nationwide Blvd.
Left onto Nationwide Blvd.
Proceed on Nationwide Blvd.to available parking throughout the Arena District.


I-71 South to I-670 West
Exit at Neil Ave.
Left onto Neil Ave.
Proceed on Neil Ave. to available parking throughout the Arena District.


St. Rt. 315 South to I-670 East
Exit at Neil Ave.
Right onto Neil Ave.
Proceed on Neil Ave. to available parking throughout the Arena District.

I-71 North to St. Rt. 315 North
St. Rt. 315 North to Long St.
Right onto Long St.
Long St. To Hocking St. (Police will direct)
Left onto Hocking St. to Nationwide Blvd.
Right onto Nationwide Blvd.
Proceed on Nationwide Blvd. to available parking throughout the Arena District.


I-71 North (do not merge onto St. Rt. 315 North)
Exit at Fourth St.
Left onto Fourth St.
Fourth St. to Nationwide Blvd.
Left onto Nationwide Blvd.
Proceed on Nationwide Blvd. to available parking throughout the Arena District.

I-70 West to Fourth St.
Right onto Fourth St.
Fourth St. to Nationwide Blvd.
Left onto Nationwide Blvd.
Proceed on Nationwide Blvd. to available parking throughout the Arena District.


I-670 West
Exit at Neil Ave.
Right onto Neil Ave.
Proceed on Neil Ave. to available parking throughout the Arena District.

I-70 East to I-670 East.
I-670 East to Grandview Ave.
Right onto Grandview Ave.
Grandview Ave. to Dublin Rd.
Right onto Dublin Rd.
Stay on Dublin Rd. (becomes Long St.)
Long St. to Hocking St. (Police will direct)
Left onto Hocking St. to Nationwide Blvd.
Right onto Nationwide Blvd.
Proceed on Nationwide Blvd. to available parking throughout the Arena District.


I-70 East to Exit for Fourth St.
Turn left onto Fourth St.
Fourth St. to Nationwide Blvd.
Left onto Nationwide Blvd.
Proceed on Nationwide Blvd. to available parking throughout the Arena District.


I-670 East to Neil Ave.
Right onto Neil Ave.
Proceed on Neil Ave. to available parking throughout the Arena District.

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