Across the state, the number of vaping incidents in Ohio schools has skyrocketed by more than 700 percent since 2016, according to a months-long investigation by WBNS-TV. The reporting was done in partnership with sister stations, WTOL in Toledo, and WKYC in Cleveland. WBNS mapped school vaping incidents across the state.
WLWT spoke with Sycamore High School Principal Doug Mader, where he showed what staff members have taken from students recently. On a table were dozens and dozens of vapes, Juuls, liquid flavoring — all gadgets that students are using.