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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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Are Columbus neighborhoods prime for Amazon's HQ2?

If Amazon decided to come to Columbus with 50,000 workers, Judyth Box wonders what could happen to the Scioto Peninsula in Franklinton. "It swallows up all the peninsula project," said Box, who leads the Franklinton Area Commission in a neighborhood that is set to be developed into acres of shops, restaurants, offices and housing, just west of COSI.

$150,000 in Louis Vuitton merch stolen after U-Haul rams store

A group of robbers made off with about $150,000 worth of designer merchandise after ramming a U-Haul rental truck through the front entrance of the Louis Vuitton store at Easton Town Center Thursday morning, according to Columbus police. The truck smashed through the storefront entrance just after 5:30 a.m. Eight to 10 people then poured into the store, ransacking it for merchandise, police said.

Major heroin kingpin busted by Columbus police

On Friday afternoon, prayers offered up to Santa Muerte, the patron Saint of "Holy Death" found in many drug houses, weren't enough to spare Ramon Corona Montalvo. Montalvo, 26, stood with his arms interlocked with two other inmates as a prosecutor read the charges of engaging in corrupt activity, trafficking in heroin, and receiving proceeds subject to forfeiture.

Revenue outlook is good for Columbus, Dorrian says

In the final budget projection of his long career, Columbus Auditor Hugh J. Dorrian said the city will have $873.8 million in available resources to budget for 2018. That's a little more than the $872.7 million available for the city to spend in 2017.

4 Wheel Parts opens 3rd store in Ohio

Off-road parts retailer 4 Wheel Parts has opened a retail store in Columbus, its third parts and service store in the Buckeye state and 84th in North America. The 10,000-sq.-ft., six-bay store is on the city's far west side, at the intersection of I-270 and West Broad Street/U.S. Route 40. The new store - which occupies an existing piece of commercial real estate converted to its new purpose - will host a grand opening on Oct. 21 with a live DJ and prize drawings throughout the day, including a $1,000 4 Wheel Parts shopping spree.

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The state subsequently added flexibility in how students can earn a diploma this year, through career training or other specified alternatives.The Ohio Department of Education says nearly 77 percent of seniors are "on track" to earn a diploma in the spring by meeting test score requirements.

Girl shot in the back on Columbus' Near East Side

A girl was taken in critical condition to Nationwide Children's Hospital after suffering a gunshot wound to the back Thursday night on the Near East Side.

Documents detail Columbus' offer to lure Amazon's 2nd HQ

Columbus has offered Amazon a package of incentives that includes property-tax abatements, income-tax refunds and a transportation plan if the online retail giant locates its second headquarters in Ohio's capital city. The incentive package is outlined in a five-page letter that Columbus Economic Development Director Steve Schoeny sent the company as part of the region's pitch, which was assembled by Columbus 2020.

Woman whose body was found in burned Columbus garage identified

The Franklin County Coroner's office has identified a woman whose body was found days after a fire heavily damaged a North Linden garage earlier this month. The body of Kimberly Davis Tucker, 30, was found on Oct. 6, four days after Columbus firefighters battled a fire at a detached rear garage at a home in the 1600 block of Arlington Avenue.

Teen boy in stable condition after East Side shooting

A fight involving a group of teenagers at an East Side corner ended with the shooting of a 16-year-old boy Thursday afternoon. Columbus police and fire were called at 2:42 p.m. on the report of a shooting at Shady Lane and East Livingston Avenue.

Mormon center in Dublin vandalized

When a group of children who attend religious classes before school each day entered the Dublin Stake Center of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Thursday morning they found spray paint covering sacred paintings, walls and door knobs. Overnight, church leaders believe someone entered the building at 7135 Coffman Road in Dublin through a door left ajar and vandalized the building, which provides a physical home for several groups of worshippers in the area.

Here's who's interested in running for Pat Tiberi's congressional seat

News of Columbus-area U.S. Rep. Pat Tiberi's plans to resign only came out late Wednesday night, but on Thursday morning there already were a number of lawmakers interested in filling his seat. Republican state Sens. Kevin Bacon of suburban Columbus and Jay Hottinger of Newark each told that they're interested in taking over Ohio's 12th Congressional District after Tiberi, a Republican, announced he will vacant the seat by next January.

MetroHealth will demo Outpatient Plaza and may replace it with a park along W. 25th St.

The $1.3 billion project to revamp the county health system's crowded, confusing and outmoded main campus on the city's West Side has always seemed like a very big deal. Yet it's even bigger than MetroHealth has previously let on .

Fairview Memorial Park owner rethinks change of plea

One of the owners of Fairview Memorial Park decided not to change her plea in Delaware County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday afternoon.Arminda Martin, 46, was scheduled to appear in court for a change of plea hearing, but before the hearing began, Martin's attorney, Kingston Malley Jr., told Delaware County Common Pleas Court Judge Everett Krueger ... (more)

Leetonia area home included in federal investigation of treatment center

The FBI, one of several agencies investigating Braking Point Recovery Center, is asking members of the public who have had interactions with the addiction treatment center to get in touch if they have any concerns or information. The FBI is not releasing the reason why nearly 100 agents from multiple agencies searched the recovery center's locations on Wednesday, said FBI special agent Vicki Anderson.

Columbus housing market named to pair of 'hot' lists

More confirmation arrived this week that Columbus real-estate is ablaze, as the city made two prominent lists of the nation's "hottest" housing markets. The real-estate listing service Ten-X named Columbus the nation's fourth-hottest market, behind the Texas cities of San Antonio, Fort Worth and Dallas.

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott wins another reprieve, will play Sunday

A federal judge in New York granted Elliott a temporary restraining order Tuesday night that placed his suspension on hold. Elliott will be able to play when the Cowboys face the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.

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