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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
Person found dead in Northland area

Columbus police homicide detectives are investigating the death of a person who was found Sunday morning in the Northland area.

Man found shot to death in South Linden

A deceased man with gunshot wounds was discovered in the back lot of an abandoned home early Saturday morning in South Linden. The call came in at 8:21 a.m. and officers were on scene in the 900 block of 15th Avenue by 8:23 a.m., according to Columbus police.

Man killed in motorcycle crash on East Side

John R. Wharton, 29, was riding northbound on Stelzer Road between East 7th Avenue and East 11th Avenue, just south of John Glenn Columbus International Airport, shortly before 12:30 a.m. when he lost control of the motorcycle, Columbus police said.

Demonstrators rally at City Hall to bring down Christopher Columbus statue

Christopher Columbus was a villain of history and his statue should be removed, according to demonstrators who gathered today before one of several statues of the man in this city that bears his name. The hastily scheduled event at City Hall - drawing more than 100 people and no apparent counterprotestors - was in response to the clashes last weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, that resulted in the death of one woman.

Hospital expansions create jobs, economic benefits but also problems for neighborhoods

Hospital growth in Columbus creates thousands of new jobs, millions of dollars in construction and investment, and sometimes headaches for nearby residents who have to deal with more congestion and fears of the hospitals taking over their communities. Take Schumacher Place just southwest of burgeoning Nationwide Children's Hospital.

Late demand overshadows supply of eclipse glasses

The six-year survivor of melanoma ensured her eyes would be protected by solar eclipse glasses for Monday's event and also bought about two dozen pairs for friends and family. The 56-year-old Clintonville resident bought the Reynoldsburg Pearle Vision store's last five pairs Friday at $7.99 each plus tax.

Judge postpones sentencing of convicted terrorist to get more answers

In an unexpected decision, a judge postponed the sentencing of a terrorist saying he needed answers to many questions before he could arrive at a just penalty that would protect the public and be fair to the defendant. While Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud and his attorneys stood waiting at a podium, U.S. District Judge James L. Graham spent about 45 minutes outlining a litany of concerns Friday.

Serial rapist gets 22 years for 1996 attack on Near East Side

Anthony Smith will be locked up until he's at least 85 years old before he can begin serving a prison term for his latest rape conviction. The victim of that attack appeared relieved Friday when 22 years was added to the time Smith already is serving for two other rapes.

City of Columbus and Franklin University partner

Franklin University, one of the leading educators of working adults, and the City of Columbus are pleased to announce an expansion of their educational partnership. "We are committed to developing and maintaining a well-trained workforce to better serve the residents of Columbus," said Mayor Andrew J. Ginther.

Ex-treasure hunter to present request to end Ohio jail time

This undated file photo provided by the Delaware County Sheriff's Office in Delaware, Ohio, shows Tommy Thompson, jailed on contempt-of-court charges since December 2015 for violating terms of a plea deal by refusing to respond to questions about the location of 500 missing gold coins. The ex-treasure hunter is ready to argue before an Ohio judge why his imprisonment should be ended.

Katy Perry's Columbus show rescheduled

Production delays have forced the delay of the start of Katy Perry's "Witness" tour, including the rescheduling of a show in Columbus. The date of the singer's Sept.

2 Columbus council members endorse Nan Whaley for governor

Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley picked up the endorsement of two Columbus City Council members in her quest to become governor. Liz Brown and Jaiza Page say they are backing their fellow Democrat because Ohio's top job needs someone with experience at the local level.

APNewsBreak: Officer who shot 13-year-old feared gunfight

This June 22, 2015, file photo provided by the Columbus, Ohio, Division of Police shows the division's official portrait of Columbus, Ohio, police officer Bryan Mason. Mason, who fatally shot Tyre King, a black 13-year-old boy after a suspected robbery last year feared a gunfight with the teen, who the officer said pulled a gun from his pants, records show.

APNewsBreak: Officer who shot 13-year-old feared gunfight

Researchers at one of the nation's top federal laboratories have used neutron beams and high-energy X-rays to produce the highest resolution scan ever done of the inner workings of a fossilized tyrannosaur skull. Researchers at one of the nation's top federal laboratories have used neutron beams and high-energy X-rays to produce the highest resolution scan ever done of the inner workings of a fossilized tyrannosaur skull.

APNewsBreak: Officer who shot 13-year-old feared gunfight

The white Ohio police officer who fatally shot a black 13-year-old boy after a suspected robbery last year feared a "gun fight" with the teen, who the officer said pulled a gun from his pants, records show. Columbus police Officer Bryan Mason fired when he saw a laser sight on the weapon, which turned out to be a BB gun, Mason said in a formal statement and interview with detectives obtained by The Associated Press through a records request.

Did Democratic Party strong-arm black group on Columbus endorsements?

Four members of the Central Ohio Young Black Democrats have resigned from the organization's executive committee after they say the Franklin County Democratic Party tried to strong-arm the group's endorsements. Franklin County Democratic Party Chairman Mike Sexton said he supported his party's endorsed candidates, but denied that he used "intimidation" to try to sway the group.

Summer ends with 'sizzle & sounds' in Sunbury

The village of Sunbury will celebrate the end of summer on Saturday.The Sunbury Sizzle & Sounds festival returns for its eighth year from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. in the village square, according to its website.

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