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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.
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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Rental aid set up for pregnant women
A program that will offer rental assistance to pregnant central Ohio women is among a number of new efforts to attack Franklin County's stubbornly high infant-mortality rate by helping families get stable housing. The initiative, set to begin in April, joins the forces of the Community Shelter Board, which works to end homelessness, with those of the Moms2B program, which seeks to reduce preterm birth and infant mortality.Construction disrupting Short North businesses
Valentine's Day week should have been a busy one for Kate Stevens. She owns the Red Giraffe, a jewelry store on North High Street in the Short North.Officers justified in 2016 South Linden shooting death, review finds
Two Columbus Police officers acted within policy when they shot and killed 23-year-old Henry Green in June 2016 South Linden, according to a police review released Friday. Officer Jason Bare and former Officer Zachary Rosen, who were working an assignment in plainclothes, were cleared of any wrongdoing by the police division in a report on the shooting written by Deputy Chief Thomas Quinlan.Man charged with killing his wife
A man who held police at bay at his East Side home for several hours has been arrested and charged with the murder of his wife. Columbus homicide investigators say 39-year-old Keith McCauley II killed his wife, Lucille, who was found badly injured in front of her home Thursday afternoon and died later at the hospital.Latest indictment against MS-13 gang members in central Ohio involves murders and racketeering
A teen in Columbus was chopped up 69 times and dumped in a shallow grave in a Northeast Side park - one of four Columbus homicides and one Perry County homicide documented in a 62-page indictment announced Thursday by the U.S. Attorney's office in Columbus against members of the MS-13 gang. The latest of three indictments details crimes dating back to 2006 in central Ohio involving MS-13, one of the most violent international gangs.Funeral procession, services for Ohio officers fatally shot
Lindsay Evans, right, holds friend Rachel Kaczmarek, left, as the the bodies of Westerville Police officers Morelli and Joering pass by from Franklin County Coroners Monday, Feb. 12, 2018. Evans and Kaczmarek has officer Morelli as a resource officer in middle school.Woman killed in reported stabbing at Far East Side home
A woman was fatally stabbed Thursday afternoon at a Far East Side home and a man police wanted for questioning was subdued with a stun gun along with his bull mastiff to end a nearly three-hour standoff, Columbus police said. Police and Columbus fire medics were called to the home on the 6200 block of Chinaberry Drive at about 4:27 p.m. on a report of stabbing. A female victim was transported by medics in critical condition to Mount Carmel East hospital, where she was later pronounced dead, police said. There is a possibility the victim also may have been shot, police said.Columbus murder suspect faces death penalty for slaying of Warren native
A man with a violent history of rape and murder convictions has been indicted on allegations that he killed a Warren native living in Columbus. Fifty-three-year-old Anthony Pardon was indicted by a Franklin County Grand Jury on Thursday on charges of aggravated murder, aggravated burglary, kidnapping, and rape.Jury convicts man of beating toddler to death and tossing body in creek
A Franklin County jury struggled through about 16 hours of deliberations over parts of four days before deciding Thursday that Kurt A. Flood is guilty in the beating death of a 14-month old boy whose body was tossed in an East Side creek. Flood, 27, faces a mandatory life sentence, with no chance of parole for as many as 19 years, when he is sentenced Feb. 22 by Common Pleas Judge Michael J. Holbrook.Topgolf will open third Ohio location in Independence
Independence scores Topgolf's third Ohio location with a new golf entertainment complex scheduled to open in 2019, the company announced today. Topgolf plans to start construction on the 65,000-square-foot venue this fall.TV | 'The Trade': Bexley clan familiar with horrors of opioid crisis
The second episode of a new documentary series on the opioid epidemic opens with a shot of the Columbus skyline and, moments later, the sound of an anguished father. Just more than a year ago - on Jan. 25, 2017 - 26-year-old Ashley Staub died of a heroin overdose.Thomas Lab LGB SB JB GM v. Nationwide Children Hospital
Daniel THOMAS; Anna Thomas; Chad Burley, individually and as a father and legal guardian of LAB, LGB, SB, and JB, minors; Russell Moore; Lori Burley; Jessica Rose, individually and as a mother and legal guardian of GM, a minor, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. NATIONWIDE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL; The Center for Family Safety and Healing; The Center for Child and Family Advocacy; Dr. Farah Wadia Brink; Dr. Jonathan Thackeray; Franklin County Children Services; Dr. Corey J. Rood, Defendants-Appellees.Our Own @LILDonAIR 'Mended Hearts' on Valentine's Day! [PHOTOS]
On Valentine's Day, lilD and her You Go G.I.R.L. held their Mending Hearts Project, where volunteers delivered treat baskets and bags to the women at Choices, Inc, the domestic violence shelter in Columbus, Ohio. If anyone needs love on Love Day, we believe they do.Detention for man accused of selling gun used to kill police
Benjamin Glassman, right, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio, speak with the media as Ronald Herndon, assistant Special Agent in Charge for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, listens Monday, Feb. 12, 2018, in Columbus, Ohio, as they discusses the arrest of and charges against a man accused of providing the gun used to kill two suburban Columbus police officers. Glassman said Gerald Lawson is accused of providing the gun to shooting suspect Quentin Smith, who was prohibited as a felon from possessing a weapon.New focus on where heart disease and breast cancer treatment meet
Cardiologist Dr. Laxmi Mehta examines a patient at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. She worked with the American Heart Association to author the first scientific statement about breast cancer and heart disease.Columbus lawmaker Kristin Boggs must run as write-in candidate
State Rep. Kristin Boggs, a Columbus Democrat, has withdrawn her re-election candidacy after she failed to properly sign some of her petition forms and was not going to be certified for the 2018 ballot. The move, at least for a brief moment, leaves Democrats without a candidate in the solidly Democratic 18th District that includes Bexley, Franklinton, German Village, Grandview Heights and Ohio State University.Ash Wednesday, Valentine's Day aren't at odds
If you're planning to take your date out for a steak dinner on Valentine's Day and either you or your beloved is Catholic, you'll have to rethink your plans. For the first time in 73 years, Valentine's Day falls on the same day as Ash Wednesday, the beginning of the Lenten season for Christians.
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