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The capital of Ohio is the 16th largest city in the United States. The NFL housed its head offices in Columbus from 1921 to 1941. Cable television got its start in Columbus in the late 70s with the QUBE, a TV system that featured specialty channels that developed into Nickelodeon, MTV and the Movie Channel.

Population: 754885
Local Newspapers: The Columbus Dispatch The Columbus Citizen-Journal
Local Sports Teams: Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL) Columbus Crew (MLS)
Local Colleges: The Ohio State University Franklin University Ohio Dominican University

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Columbus News
City hires firm to help with Short North parking issues

Columbus plans to hire a consulting firm to deal with the public as it tries to figure out how to solve parking problems in the Short North. The Columbus City Council will vote Monday on a contract with Rama Consulting for up to $200,000.

Columbus schools could cut 163 employees because of budget shortfall

After promising to add 325 new jobs in return for the levy voters approved in November 2016, Columbus City Schools interim Superintendent John Stanford is now recommending that the school board lay off at least 163 employees next school year. And tens of millions of dollars in further cuts are needed on top of that to close a huge funding gap on the four-year horizon.

Teen, 2 others arrested in Newark slaying

Newark police say one of the three people arrested in connection with a weekend homicide is a 15-year-old boy. Jaden Osborn was arrested at 1:00 a.m. Sunday at his home in Heath, Sgt.

Table Talk: Andes owner seeks ascent to 'empanada king' Posted at

Nisthauz recently opened Andes Bar & Grill in the former Hae-Paul's Korean American Kitchen, 79 S. Fourth St. The 50-seat interior is colorful, with costumes and pictures from countries that touch the Andes mountain range in South America. "It's real criolla food," Nisthauz said, using a term that refers to cuisines created by Europeans but made with Caribbean ingredients and cooking styles.

Police investigate death of woman who was lying on roadway

Columbus police say they are working to identify a woman who was found dead on I-70 after she was struck and killed in the early morning. The Columbus Dispatch reports the first vehicle left the scene but the other two drivers stopped, called police and attempted to help.

Driver hears gunfire on Southeast Side, realizes he's been shot

A man suffered a gunshot wound to his left leg while he was driving through a Southeast Side neighborhood Sunday night. Michael Dean, 40, told police that he heard gunshots while he was driving south on Courtright Road near the Petzinger Road intersection at 6:07 p.m. Then, Dean felt the pain in his leg and realized that he had been hit.

Ohio man accused of plotting US attacks to be sentenced

This undated file photo provided by Franklin County Sheriffis Office shows Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud. Mohamud, of Columbus, accused in April 2015 of receiving training on weapons, combat and tactics in Syria, and then returning to the U.S. with a plan to attack a military base or a prison.

Ohio man accused of plotting US attacks to be sentenced

This undated file photo provided by Franklin County SheriffA s Office shows Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud. Mohamud, of Columbus, accused in April 2015 of receiving training on weapons, combat and tactics in Syria, and then returning to the U.S. with a plan to attack a military base or a prison.

Woman struck, killed on I-70 on East Side had been lying in road

Three vehicles struck the woman on I-70 westbound just west of the James Road exit around 12:38 a.m., according to Columbus police. The first vehicle left the scene, but the drivers of the other two vehicles stopped, called police and tried to help, police said.

Columbus-Franklin County Finance Authority quietly backs high-profile projects

Once a supporter of purely public projects, the economic development agency - owned by the city of Columbus and Franklin County - now also backs private neighborhood-anchoring developments, such as Rogue Fitness' 600,000-square-foot factory in the long-struggling Milo-Grogan neighborhood of Columbus. A: One of our regular clients is Nationwide Realty Investors, and we've closed on three projects at Grandview Yard.

ECOT endured despite years of warning signs

After 16 years of lax oversight and about a billion dollars in taxpayer funding, in 2016 the state Department of Education launched its first thorough examination of the charter giant's student attendance claims in more than a decade. Suddenly, ECOT could no longer simply "certify" that its students were attending school, but had to back it up with attendance records - which largely didn't exist.  That single review set in motion the falling dominoes that led ECOT's sponsor, Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West, to decide Thursday that it would shutter the online school as of Friday.

Why Ohio State's defensive line can be better in 2018: Buckeyes football analysis

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Nick Bosa is a straight shooter not prone to hyperbole. Or at least he believes what he's saying, even if it might sound a bit crazy.

60-plus applicants appeal pot cultivator license rejections

The Operation Basketball Game of the Week featured Bethel at Miami East, plus highlights of Springfield vs. Fairmont and Tippecanoe at Stebb Cole Gentry scored 23 points, Loudon Love had 12 points and 14 rebounds, and Wright State beat Green Bay 80-67 on Thursday night to remain u COLUMBUS, Ohio - More than 60 companies have filed appeals after the state rejected their applications for medical marijuana cultivation licenses. Cleveland.com reports 47 companies that applied for a large grow-license and 16 for a small-grow license have thus far filed appeals with the Ohio Department of Commerce.

Thousands turn out for second Women's March in Columbus

The crowd was a bit smaller, but the second Women's March in Columbus Saturday showed that many women's antipathy for President Donald Trump a year into his presidency is undiminished. An estimated 3,000 turned out Saturday afternoon to make the slushy, mile-long trek down High Street from the Greater Columbus Convention Center to the Statehouse.

WTVN-AM radio host John Corby dies at age 61

So it was with both shock and sadness that people reacted to the news that John Corby, a longtime talk-radio host and on-air personality - most recently on WTVN during his second stint there, from 1997 until now - died unexpectedly Saturday morning. He was 61. No cause of death was immediately released and, in a statement on its website, WTVN officials asked for privacy for Corby's family.

Union Nightclub in Cleveland seeks to transcend categorization

If you briefly glanced at their schedule, you could be forgiven for thinking that the Union Nightclub , the most recent addition to the line of bars on West 6th Street, is a gay bar. Google even briefly labeled the club an LGBT bar and it shares a title with an ultra-popular gay nightclub in Columbus.

Heil Dealer Network Strengthens its Commitment in Columbus, OH with New Bell Equipment Facility

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn: Heil's dealer network just got even stronger with Bell Equipment's relocation to their new location in Gahanna, a suburb of Columbus, OH. The new facility, located at 1045 Taylor Road, was designed to better serve refuse customers throughout Ohio, including public, private and municipal fleets.

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