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Masters: Five-way tie for lead late in final round

Sun, 04/14/2019 - 09:09

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — The Latest on the final round Sunday at the Masters (all times local):

1:45 p.m.

The leaderboard is changing so fast on the back nine of the Masters it's hard to keep track of the leaders.

There's a five-way tie for the lead in the final round with Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele, Brooks Koepka, Francesco Molinari and Tiger Woods all at 12-under.

Augusta National has stayed dry, but rain is bearing down on the course and could play a factor on the final holes.

Jason Day and Rickie Fowler are one shot back.


12:45 p.m.

Four contenders hit their tee shots at No. 12 into Rae's Creek. Xander Schauffele and Tiger Woods stayed dry and are now tied for the lead with Francesco Molinari.

Molinari, Tony Finau, Ian Poulter and Brooks Koepka all hit the water on the 155-yard par-3. The wind has picked up at Augusta National over the last few hours with potential thunderstorms bearing down on the course.

All four made the same mistake, leaving their shot short and watching it roll down the hill into the water.

That left an opening for Woods, who put his tee shot on the green. He made par and is now in a three-way tie for the lead with Schauffele and Molinari.


12:10 p.m.

Tiger Woods remains in contention to win his first Masters since 2005 with nine holes left to play in the final round.

The 43-year-old Woods is one shot behind leader Francesco Molinari, who is trying to win his second major title.

Woods played the front nine in 1-under while Molinari is at even par for the day.

Brooks Koepka and Tony Finau are two shots back.

Augusta National has remained dry though the wind has picked up. The weather forecast calls for possible thunderstorms to roll through by mid-afternoon.


11:30 a.m.

Francesco Molinari's lead has been sliced to just one shot over Tiger Woods.

Molinari made a bogey on No. 7 and Woods had a birdie for a two-shot swing. Molinari had gone 49 straight holes without a bogey before missing the 15-foot par putt.

Molinari is now at 12-under for the tournament and Woods it at 11-under. Brooks Koepka is also within one shot of the lead at 11-under.


10:50 a.m.

Steady Francesco Molinari has made par on his first five holes and now has a three-shot lead during the final round of the Masters.

Tiger Woods briefly pulled one shot behind Molinari after a birdie on No. 3, but fell back to three behind after bogeys on Nos. 4 and 5.

Tony Finau, who is playing in the final group with Molinari and Woods, also bogeyed No. 5. Finau, Woods and Brooks Koepka are all three shots back.

Patrick Cantlay and Ian Poulter are four shots back.


9:30 a.m.

Bryson DeChambeau has made a hole-on-one on No. 16 in the final round at the Masters.

DeChambeau was one of the co-leaders after Thursday's first round after shooting a 66, but fell way off the pace with a 75 and 73 over the next two days.

His shot on the 170-yard hole hit the green well to the right of the hole, but had some backspin and slowly rolled left until it fell into the cup .

It's DeChambeau's first hole-in-one on tour.

The tournament's final group — Francesco Molinari, Tony Finau and Tiger Woods — teed off at 9:20 a.m. All of them made par on the first hole.


8:25 a.m.

The final round of the Masters will be a race against the rain.

A powerful line of thunderstorms has swept across the South over the past few days and the rain has already made it to the outskirts of Atlanta, which is approximately 145 miles to the west of Augusta.

Conditions on Sunday morning at Augusta National weren't bad, with overcast skies and relatively calm winds.

But the weather is forecast to deteriorate as the day progresses, with wind building and a line of storms approaching by mid-afternoon. The leaders — Francesco Molinari, Tony Finau and Tiger Woods — are scheduled to tee off at 9:20 a.m.

Molinari has a two-shot lead over Finau and Woods at 13-under 203.


7:45 a.m.

Tiger Woods waking up early Sunday morning to play the final round of the Masters ordinarily would mean he is at the bottom of the leaderboard.

That wasn't the case this year.

Francesco Molinari takes a two-shot lead over Woods and Tony Finau into a first-ever Sunday morning start — threesomes off the first and 10th tees — with hopes of finishing the Masters ahead of severe storms in the forecast.

Floodlights cast shadows on the practice range as players warmed up in darkness. Woods, trying to end 14 years without a green jacket, said he would be up by 4 a.m. to start stretching a body that has been slowed by four back surgeries.

Woods, Brooks Koepka and Dustin Johnson were among 10 players within five of the lead.

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Fire crews battle 2–alarm fire at commercial business in north Columbus

Sun, 04/14/2019 - 08:16

COLUMBUS – The Columbus Division of Fire is battling a 2-alarm fire in north Columbus.

Firefighters were called Sunday just after 9:35 a.m. to the 2100 block of East Dublin Granville Road.

Battalion Chief Steve Martin told 10TV the fire engulfed is a row of commercial businesses on the first floor and apartments on the second.

One person was taken to a local hospital for evaluation.

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

Stay with 10TV and on this developing story.

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Police offering cash reward for information on murder

Sun, 04/14/2019 - 07:45

COLUMBUS-- Police are searching for a suspect in a murder from 2015.

On December 25, at approximately 3:40 a.m., Columbus Police officers were dispatched to Innis Avenue on the report of a shooting.

Upon arrival, police say the officers located Johnathon Foster. He had been shot and was unresponsive.

Foster was pronounced deceased at 3:50 a.m.

Witnesses stated they heard multiple gunshots and saw a tan GMC Yukon leaving the area.

Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for any information leading to the arrest and/or indictment of the person(s) responsible for this crime. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 614-461-TIPS (8477) or go to their website at and e-mail your tip.

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Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp back up after massive outage

Sun, 04/14/2019 - 06:33

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were temporarily down early Sunday.

All three social media platforms, including Facebook Messenger, were affected by the outage., a site that monitors site outages, shows Facebook had been down since 6:30 a.m. EST in much of the world, with thousands of reported outages concentrated in the northeastern U.S., Europe and the Philippines.

It appeared to be back up and running for most users by 9 a.m. EST.

An email requesting comment about what caused the outage was sent to Facebook.

#FacebookDown, #instagramdown and #whatsappdown were all trending on Twitter globally.

Facebook acquired Instagram in 2012 and WhatsApp in 2014.

There are more than 1.52 billion daily active Facebook users, according to the social media network's website.

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Fire crews fight fire at single-family residence in west Columbus

Sun, 04/14/2019 - 06:25

COLUMBUS - Firefighters with The Columbus Division of Fire are investigating a fire that started in what they believe to be a vacant home in west Columbus.

It happened around 3 a.m. Sunday on Rodgers Avenue.

Battalion Chief Steve Martin with The Columbus Division of Fire told 10TV they believe the home was vacant and nobody was inside.

Investigators are working to determine the cause of the fire.

No injuries were reported.

Stay with 10TV and on this developing story.

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1 dead after shooting in east Columbus

Sun, 04/14/2019 - 04:22

COLUMBUS - One person is dead after a shooting in east Columbus, according to police.

Police told 10TV it happened Sunday around 4:45 a.m. in the 1400 block of South Hamilton Road near East Livingston Avenue.

No other information was immediately available.

Stay with 10TV and on this developing story.

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Columbus police looking for man who broke into 93-year-old woman's home

Sat, 04/13/2019 - 19:30

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Columbus Police are looking for help identifying a man who broke into the home of a 93-year-old woman.

The suspect broke into the home on Lilley Avenue in the Driving Park area on April 10 and stole food, alcohol and medication.

The victim did not know the suspect broke in and the suspect did not approach the victim.

The victim's home was also broken into the day before but it is unknown if anything was taken.

Anyone with information on the suspect's identity is asked to contact Detective Voris at or 614-645-2089.

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Shots fired after Columbus police respond to report of suspicious person

Sat, 04/13/2019 - 18:40

COLUMBUS, Ohio - No one was hurt after shots were fired after a report of a suspicious person Saturday night on the near east side of Columbus.

Columbus police said officers responded to the 2100 block of Maryland Avenue near North Nelson Road.

When officers arrived, the person ran away and officers gave chase.

Around 7:45 p.m., dispatchers received a call for officers needing assistance.

Officers saw the person had a weapon and shots were fired, according to a statement from Columbus police.

Dispatchers initially said Columbus police fired shots but at the scene, a police spokesperson said it is unclear who fired.

Police said the person was not caught and a weapon was not found at the scene.

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2 children dead, many homes damaged as storms pummel South

Sat, 04/13/2019 - 17:41

DALLAS — Powerful storms that rolled across the South on Saturday spawned at least two suspected tornadoes, damaged homes and killed two children in Texas, authorities said.

The Angelina County Sheriff's Office said an 8-year-old and a 3-year-old died when strong winds toppled a tree onto the back of their family's car in Lufkin while it was in motion. Capt. Alton Lenderman said the parents, who were in the front seats, were not injured.

Lufkin is about 115 miles northeast of Houston. Additional information was not immediately available.

In Central Texas, Robertson County Sheriff Gerald Yezak told The Associated Press a tornado hit the small city of Franklin, overturning mobile homes and damaging other residences. Franklin is located about 125 miles south of Dallas.

The National Weather Service said preliminary information showed an EF-3 tornado touched down with winds of 140 mph. Crews will continue to survey the damage over the next few days.

Two people were hospitalized for injuries not thought to be life-threatening, while others were treated at the scene for minor injuries, Yezak said. Some people had to be extricated from their homes.

Weather service meteorologist Monique Sellers said they've received reports of downed trees, as well as damage to buildings and a transmission tower.

The storms are part of a large system moving through the southern United States, knocking out power to thousands and causing some flash flooding. The weather service said the system is expected to shift to the Ohio Valley and the Southeast on Sunday.

Meteorologist John Moore said a possible twister touched down Saturday in the Vicksburg, Mississippi, area. No injuries have been reported, but officials said several businesses and vehicles were damaged.

Winds of up to 60 mph were reported in Cherokee County, Texas, damaging two homes in Alto but not injuring anyone. Alto is situated about 140 miles north of Houston.

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2 people hospitalized after showing up to Columbus fire station injured

Sat, 04/13/2019 - 16:11

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Two people were taken to Grant Medical Center from a Columbus fire station on Saturday when they showed up at the station injured, according to Columbus Division of Fire Battalion Chief Steve Martin.

The pair showed up at Station 22 on Parsons Avenue around 5 p.m.

Columbus said both people were injured in a fight on F Avenue, just southeast of the fire station.

One person was stabbed and taken to the hospital in critical condition, according to Martin.

Martin said the second victim, a woman, was thrown from the top of a vehicle that was traveling at 35 miles per hour and her condition is not known.

Columbus police are investigating.

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Potential for severe weather in central Ohio on Sunday

Sat, 04/13/2019 - 15:58

There is potential for severe weather in central Ohio on Sunday.

The NOAA National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center has parts of the area under an Enhanced Risk for stronger storms.

Right now the biggest threat for central Ohio is damaging winds but some hail and possibly an isolated tornado (likely a spin-up along a line of storms) cannot be ruled out.

The SPC gives Southern and SE Ohio a 30% chance for significant weather within 25 miles of a given point.

The timing of the event looks tricky.

That is because some showers and storms will be possible early in the day with another batch redeveloping in the afternoon.

If the sunlight is low, that will limit our chances but any clearing we get will destabilize the atmosphere enough to spark off some stronger storms.

As of Saturday evening, it looks like the best chance for any stronger storms will likely be in the 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. time frame.

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Sunday tee times for the Masters changed due to possibility of severe weather

Sat, 04/13/2019 - 15:42

AUGUSTA, Ga. - The tee times for the final round of the Masters on Sunday have been adjusted due to the possibility of severe weather.

The Masters said players will be in groups of three and start at 7:30 a.m. on the first and tenth holes.

The leaders will start at 9:20 a.m., which is about six hours earlier than a normal final round at the Masters.

CBS will broadcast the final round live and coverage will start at 9 a.m.

CBS said CBS Sunday Morning and Face the Nation will be preempted.

Assuming there are no delays, the final round should end about 2:30 p.m.

“The safety of everyone on our grounds is paramount,” said Fred Ridley, Chairman of Augusta National Golf Club and the Masters Tournament.

“We also believe the earlier start will give us the best opportunity to complete the Masters on Sunday. This decision should benefit everyone – the players, our patrons and our fans watching around the world. Given the competitiveness and drama of this year’s Tournament, we look forward to an exciting conclusion tomorrow.”

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Man who struck, killed Ohio officer sentenced to 11 years

Sat, 04/13/2019 - 13:59

PAINESVILLE, Ohio — A man who struck and killed an Ohio police officer directing traffic and then fled the scene has been sentenced to 11 years in prison.

A judge on Friday handed down the maximum sentenced to 25-year-old Brian Anthony, of Kirtland.

Authorities say Anthony struck 41-year-old Mentor police officer Mathew Mazany around 1 a.m. June 24 as Mazany assisted with a traffic stop on a Lake County freeway.

Anthony surrendered to police later that day. A Lake County assistant prosecutor said Anthony tested positive for alcohol and heroin.

At his sentencing, Anthony apologized to the officer's family.

His defense attorney said Anthony bought what he thought was cocaine, but it turned out to be fentanyl.

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Babysitter convicted in Ohio toddler's 2018 death

Sat, 04/13/2019 - 13:33

HAMILTON, Ohio — An Ohio babysitter charged with murder in a 3-year-old girl's death has been convicted of the child's death.

The Hamilton-Middletown News-Journal reports that a jury convicted Lindsay Partin late Friday of murder, involuntary manslaughter and child endangering.

The 36-year-old Partin had pleaded not guilty and her attorney argued that detectives bullied a confession out of her and then stopped investigating other leads.

Sentencing was set for May 9. Partin faces life in prison with the possibility of parole after 15 years.

Emergency crews responded March 8, 2018, to Partin's Hanover Township residence for an unconscious child. Authorities say they found Hannah Wesche unresponsive with bruises.

Court documents say Partin told dispatchers the girl had fallen recently and "just passed out." The girl died March 18, 2018.

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Inmate arrested in Ohio after he escaped during transport

Sat, 04/13/2019 - 13:08

WAYNE COUNTY, Ohio - Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers in northeast Ohio arrested an inmate who escaped while being transported from New York to Indiana, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

The Ashland Post of the Ohio State Patrol found Ali El-Khatib walking near Interstate 71 and US-250 when they arrested him. No one was injured in that arrest.

*UPDATE* Troopers from the Ashland Post have just taken Said Ali EL-KHATIB into custody without further incident. He was found walking near Interstate 71 and US250. No injuries to officers or the suspect were reported, he will be booked into the Ashland County jail.

— Ohio State Patrol (@OSHP) April 14, 2019

El-Khatib, in custody for larceny, was being driven from the New York Police Department to the Allen County Sheriff's Office in Indiana, according to OSHP.

He has also been wanted by the Ashland Police Department since 2014 for the same offense.

He was being driven by the transportation company Affordable Extradition Service.

El-Khatib escaped after asking to use the restroom at a rest area on I-71 in Wayne County near mile marker 197 around 9 p.m. on Friday.

Police said people in the area should lock their homes, buildings, and cars.

OSHP said if anyone sees El-Khatib, they should not approach him and should call 911 or the Ohio State Highway Patrol Wayne County post at 330-264-0575.

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Gray defeats Scarlet 35-17 in Ohio State's annual Spring Game

Sat, 04/13/2019 - 12:04

The Gray team defeated the Scarlet team 35-17 in Ohio State's annual Spring Game on Saturday.

Fans got a chance to see Ryan Day's first squad after he was named the team's head coach following Urban Meyer's retirement.

Similar to last season, the Buckeyes will be looking to replace their starting quarterback with Dwayne Haskins departing for the NFL.

Justin Fields and Matthew Baldwin saw a majority of the snaps.

Fields went 9-of-15 for 131 yards and one touchdown for the Gray team. A highlight for Fields came on a 98-yard touchdown pass to Binjimen Victor in the second quarter.

Baldwin, who splits reps with both sides, finished 20-of-36 for 246 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions.

Several running backs split the load in the backfield being led by Master Teague with 75 yards on seven carries.

Victor led all receivers with 107 yards. C.J. Saunders and Garrett Wilson each picked up a touchdown reception.

In a surprising moment during halftime punter Drue Chrisman had a surprise proposal planned for his girlfriend. She said yes.

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Punter Drue Chrisman gets engaged during Ohio State Spring Game

Sat, 04/13/2019 - 12:02

COLUMBUS -- Ohio State punter Drue Chrisman had a big moment during Saturday's Spring Game, but it had nothing to do with his play.

During halftime, Chrisman had his girlfriend participate in a fake kicking competition and he would be the holder.

Instead of holding a football, Chrisman had a ring and asked her to marry him.

She said yes.

Shortly after, Chrisman was rushed by his teammates in celebration.

He booms punts.

He flips water bottles.

He proposes at the spring game.

Congrats to @OhioStateFB punter/most interesting man @DChrisman91 and his fiancee!

— Ohio State on BTN (@OhioStateOnBTN) April 13, 2019

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Group asks gov't to probe Nissan automatic emergency braking

Sat, 04/13/2019 - 11:20

DETROIT — A U.S. auto safety group wants the government to investigate automatic emergency braking on some Nissan Rogue SUVs, alleging that the safety feature makes the vehicles brake even when there's no emergency.

The nonprofit Center for Auto Safety filed a petition with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration seeking the probe. The group says about 675,000 Rogues from the 2017 and 2018 model years should be recalled.

Nissan says it has notified all customers of a software update that improves the performance of the automated braking system. But the center says the campaigns don't acknowledge the seriousness of the safety problem and give owners little incentive to get the SUVs fixed.

In a letter posted Friday by the government, center Executive Director Jason Levine says it found 87 complaints about unintended braking in the safety administration's database. "Many complaints indicate that braking is abrupt or forceful, endangering both the Rogue occupants as well as people in the vehicles nearby who are forced to avoid a collision with a suddenly stopped vehicle," the letter says.

Automatic emergency braking uses cameras and radar to slow or stop vehicles when drivers don't take action. The technology has great potential to save lives, but it also can develop glitches. Twenty automakers representing 99 percent of U.S. new-car sales signed a voluntary agreement with the government to make the feature standard on all light vehicles by Sept. 1, 2022.

In its petition, the center said that according to the complaints, the Nissan braking system can be triggered by railroad tracks, traffic lights, bridges, parking structures "and other fixed objects that do not pose a threat to the vehicle."

In an email, Levine said a recall is needed rather than Nissan's service campaign because false activation of the braking system is a safety hazard. He wrote that some drivers are turning off the technology because of the problem.

NHTSA said in documents that it will evaluate whether to grant or deny the center's petition. Safety advocates and vehicle owners can petition the government to open safety investigations.

Nissan said it will continue to work with NHTSA and Canadian safety regulators on all matters of product safety.

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Endangered whale experiencing mini-baby boom off New England

Sat, 04/13/2019 - 11:06

An endangered species of whale is experiencing a mini-baby boom in New England waters, researchers on Cape Cod have said.

The North Atlantic right whale is one of the rarest species of whale on the planet, numbering only about 411. But the Center for Coastal Studies in Provincetown, Massachusetts, said Friday its aerial survey team spotted two mom and calf pairs in Cape Cod Bay a day earlier. That brings the number seen in New England waters alone this year to three.

That's big news because the whale's population has been falling, and no calves were seen last year. In all, seven right whale calves have been seen so far this year.

The whales give birth off Georgia and Florida in the winter and travel to feeding grounds off New England in the early spring, including the Gulf of Maine, a body of water that touches Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine and Canada.

Cape Cod Bay is part of the Gulf of Maine and is a critically important feeding ground. The animals often feed close to shore, providing watchers on land "unbeatable views of one of the rarest of marine mammals," the Center for Coastal Studies said in a statement.

It's illegal to get within 1,500 feet (457 meters) of the animals without a federal research permit, so boaters are discouraged from attempting to get close to the whales.

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Cut melon sold in Ohio linked to US salmonella outbreak recalled

Sat, 04/13/2019 - 10:56

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indianapolis-based company has issued a recall for melon products sold in 16 states after being linked to a salmonella outbreak.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Friday that the recall includes cut watermelon, honeydew and cantaloupe produced by Caito Foods LLC. The fruit has been sold under various brands or labels at Kroger, Walmart, Trader Joe's, Target and Whole Foods.

The affected states are Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

Health officials advise consumers to check packaging to determine if the melon was distributed by Caito Foods, and, if so, not to eat it. They advise stores to pull the products from shelves.

Authorities say 93 people have been sickened, 23 of whom were hospitalized. No deaths have been reported.

Salmonella Carrau is described as rare. Symptoms include diarrhea, fever and abdominal cramps.

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