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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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Next Columbus police or fire chief could come from elsewhere

Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther wants the ability to hire the city's next police and fire chiefs from outside those divisions' existing ranks. Civil Service Commission Executive Director Amy DeLong said the changes were made as part of regular reviews of those positions and that the city has had a study since 2010 that recommended them.

2 homicides add to citya s death toll

A man killed during a vigil for a another murder victim and a 20-year-old man shot to death on an East Side street raised the total number of homicide victims in Columbus for 2017 to 133, 6 short of the record of 139 set 26 years ago. Police say Je'Juan Johnson was killed when suspects armed with assault rifles and handguns opened fire on the car he was riding in in the 2100 block of Alum Creek Drive just before 11:00 p.m., said Homicide Unit Sgt.

Researchers develop new way to survey people who don't answer the phone

Researchers at The Ohio State University are working on a new approach to solve a challenge created by the digital age. CHRR at The Ohio State University is developing the American Population Panel as a powerful new research tool to reach people in an era where getting real answers is more difficult than ever.

Joe Blundo: Jedi goes Buckeye in latest Star Wars sequel

In the entertainment scoop of the year, So To Speak has obtained the screenplay for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi." The movie opens in theaters on Friday, but you can amaze and confuse your friends by reciting lines of dialogue from it today. Rey, a resistance fighter battling the sinister First Order in an intergalactic struggle, finally locates the long-sought Jedi knight Luke Skywalker.

Waste Hauler Dumps Kentucky's Last Abortion Clinic, Planned Parenthood Centers

BREAKING NEWS Specific Waste stops disposing of fetal remains for abortion facilities Contact: Mark Harrington, Executive Director, Created Equal , 614-419-9000, COLUMBUS, Ohio, Dec. 12, 2017 / Christian Newswire / -- In 2016, Created Equal launched #ProjectWeakLink aimed at forcing Stericycle , America's largest medical waste hauler, to cease disposing of aborted fetuses for Planned Parenthood. In June of 2017, Created Equal confirmed that Stericycle had ceased disposing of aborted babies from abortion centers.

Beightler Armory hosts local children

For 14 consecutive years, Columbus' Beightler Armory has hosted Fairhaven School and other Madison County children with disabilities for their annual holiday spectacular. There were games, crafts, hand/face-painting, but what the students were looking forward to most was the visit from the jolly guy in the red suit.

Responses to GPS monitoring alerts vary across state

The technology exists in Ohio to track in real time the movements of former inmates equipped with ankle bracelet monitors, but what parole or probation officers do when alerted of a violation varies with every department, an industry expert said Wednesday. "There is widespread belief that some authority is continuously watching the whereabouts and movements of a defendant wearing a GPS ankle monitor," said William L. Parker, of American Court Services, a private GPS monitoring firm.

Amid calls for peace, more violence

Within an hour of a call for action and peace by city leaders, Columbus saw its 130th homicide of the year as an unusually violent period of a few days added to the toll of a year that has already been one of the deadliest in history on the city's streets. A person of interest is being questioned in the shooting death of a 29-year-old man at a home on the South Side.

Klein dismisses concern that Columbus council elections violate Voting Rights Act

Columbus has dismissed concerns that its method of electing city council members in an at-large system could violate the Voting Rights Act of 1965. In a letter to the New York-based NAACP Legal Defense Fund, city council President Zach Klein wrote that the city attorney's office had reviewed those concerns and determined that the cases a fund attorney cited were "based on facts totally dissimilar to Columbus' strong record of electing minority candidates." The nonprofit law firm wrote a letter to Klein and his aides last month at the urging of Everyday People for Positive Change, a local organization led by Jonathan Beard, who has pushed for changes to council's system.

Phony ride-share driver accused of sex assault

Police have several words of warning for users of ride-sharing services - especially women - after an assault near the OSU campus over the weekend by a man who claimed to be driving for one of the services. A female Ohio State students reported that she got into a vehicle she though had been sent by a ride-sharing service at approximately 1:30 a.m. Saturday near the intersection of W. Lane Avenue and N. High Street and was attacked by the driver, said Commander Ales Behnen of the Special Victims Bureau's Sexual Assault Unit.

Retailer Express creates pop-up shop at Downtown studio location

The 117-year-old brick building, at 235 N. 4th St., was long occupied by the Weisheimer's Sales & Service vacuum-cleaner business before Express moved in after a complete renovation. Open through Dec. 23, the pop-up shop features Express products plus a selection of gifts made in Columbus, including products from Igloo, Letterpress, Spoonful Records, Candle Lab, Under Aurora and Cliff Original.  • Stump Plants will show shoppers from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday how to create their own holiday centerpiece.

Two injured in Greyhound bus-SUV crash on I-71

Two people were transported to a hospital with injuries after a Greyhound bus and an SUV crashed on Interstate 71 north of the rest stop in Delaware County, the State Highway Patrol said. Two people with non-life threatening injuries were taken to OhioHealth Grady Memorial Hospital in Delaware.

Spurned medical marijuana applicant pushes new pot issue

Jimmy Gould, CEO of CannAscend, announces a push to place a new Ohio marijuana legalization effort on the ballot, on Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, in Columbus, Ohio. The 2018 "Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol" amendment would make growing, processing, possessing, selling and using marijuana legal, and legalize the growing of hemp.

Several Columbus educators apply for school superintendent

Among those who submitted applications by Friday's deadline are educators from Columbus City Schools, other Ohio districts and from as far away as Texas and California, according to the applicant list the district released Monday. Among the candidates is Keith Bell, who most recently served as superintendent for Euclid schools in northeast Ohio, but who is not new to Columbus and other central Ohio districts.

Franklinton tax breaks on Columbus City Council agenda

The Columbus City Council will vote Monday on a contract that would give property tax incentives to the company that is planning a $500 million mixed-use district in Franklinton. Indianapolis-based Buckingham Companies would be eligible for a 15-year, 100 percent property tax abatement on improvements made in the 21-acre mixed-use district, which will be built in phases over the course of a decade.

Take flight with us: Drone series provides different look at Columbus Updated at

Drone-mounted cameras have opened up a myriad of angles of central Ohio landmarks and cityscapes. Most people have seen the Columbus skyline from the Scioto Mile, but a drone can skim the gravel sandbars of the Scioto River from its confluence with the Olentangy and rise over the railroad bridges to reveal the skyline in a breathtakingly new way.

Columbus Unwraps Early Christmas Gift With the Opening of Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse

Christmas came early for Columbus residents as Jeff Ruby unveiled one of his premier restaurants, Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse, offering the finest in steaks and seafood, extensive wine list, exquisite atmosphere, and impeccable service. After nearly a year of renovations and $5 million, Jeff Ruby has put his stake in the ground at 89 E. Nationwide Boulevard, at a prime location near the Arena District between High and Third.

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