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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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Russian hospital stay harrowing for central Ohio man Updated at

While attempting an ascent of Mount Elbrus in southern Russia, the president of the Columbus-based Buckeye Institute was stricken with high-altitude pulmonary edema, a potentially fatal illness. It took an international effort to secure his health and journey home.

Despite court ruling, Columbus won't re-install red-light cameras

The Ohio Supreme Court today ruled 5-2 that the state's restrictions on how cities use red-light cameras are unconstitutional. The law, Senate Bill 342, required, among other things, that cities, townships and counties that want to utilize red-light cameras must have an officer present at each camera - a provision that made it financially unfeasible for most local entities to use the cameras.

Man shot in fight over fianceea s daughter

Columbus police say a man was shot to death during an argument with a boyfriend of his fiancee's daughter Wednesday afternoon on the Southeast Side. Zhontel Angel was charged with murder in the shooting death of James Lundy outside Angel's home on Smith Road, near Millbrook Park, Homicide Unit Sgt.

Judge upset federal prisons won't send inmates to South Side halfway house

A federal judge in Columbus wants a prison official to explain why he and another official shouldn't be held in contempt for plans to keep federal prisoners out of Alvis House. Chief District Judge Edmund A. Sargus Jr. issued an order Monday directed at U.S. Bureau of Prison's acting director, Thomas R. Kane, and the bureau's residential reentry manager, Christopher Paul.

a Hillbilly Elegya CommunityREAD selection for 2018

By KATHRYNE RUBRIGHT Staff Writer "Hillbilly Elegy," a book that has been on the New York Times bestseller list since last July, has been selected as the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library's 2018 CommunityREAD.

Bigotry has no place in our courts

Last week, I took to the Senate Floor to shine a light on the president's nominee to join the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, John K. Bush. This man has a clear record of promoting bigotry and discrimination that has no place in our courts, and we cannot let this nomination slip through the cracks.

Man indicted for rape of armed security guard

An 18-year-old man is charged with raping an armed security guard after knocking her unconscious while she was on foot patrol outside a Southeast Side apartment complex. A Franklin County grand jury on Tuesday indicted Nehemiah I. Hunter, of North Champion Avenue on the Near East Side, for rape, aggravated robbery, felonious assault and sexual battery.

Sealy Acquires 652,195 SF Class A Distribution Facility To Re-Enter Columbus, OH Market

Creekside IX, a 652,195 SF Class A Distribution Facility, was recently acquired by Sealy & Company on behalf of SSEP. )--Sealy & Company, a fully-integrated commercial real estate investment and operating company and recognized leader in the industrial real estate market, announces the acquisition of Creekside IX, a 652,195 SF Class A distribution facility.

Franklin County adopts delayed inclusion and diversity plan

For the past week, the commissioners have been criticized by the Columbus branch of the NAACP and others for an inclusion and diversity plan those organizations believed was too broad. The plan was adopted Tuesday after commissioners consulted with county Prosecutor Ron O'Brien and after adding a committee to make sure the plan's intent is followed.

Meyer: Big 10 on par with SEC

With the start of the 2017 college football season a little over a month away, the Buckeyes will take the field for the first time this season with an early morning workout Thursday. Head coach Urban Meyer doesn't just believe the Big Ten has closed the gap with the more heralded Southeastern Conference.

Private geriatric-care managers assist elderly, their families

But after she had provided for her mom's every need for 14 months, a health-care worker warned her recently that if she didn't look after herself, she couldn't be her best for her mother. "I was starting to feel run down, frazzled, even quick to anger," said Fetsko, 65, of the Southeast Side. "I was told I needed to get out of the house."

Ohio medical marijuana program budget grows to $11 million

The Ohio Department of Commerce and Board of Pharmacy plan to request about $6 million more in state funding for the next two years of setting up the state's new medical marijuana program. The Ohio Department of Commerce and Board of Pharmacy plan to request about $6 million more in state funding for the next two years of setting up the state's new medical marijuana program.( COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio regulators say they'll need another $5.6 million this year for a medical marijuana tracking database, a toll-free help line and anticipated legal costs responding to lawsuits and complaints challenging the state's licensing process.

Columbus woman killed in Madison County crash

A young Columbus woman was killed when the car she was riding in Monday afternoon crashed with a pickup truck at an intersection in northeast Madison County. Alexa Howard, 18, of the Far West Side, was partially ejected from the car and pronounced dead at the scene of the crash, which occurred around 4:10 p.m. on Plain City-Georgesville Road at Lucas Road in Canaan Township, the State Highway Patrol said.

Fatal crash in Madison County -

Troopers of the West Jefferson Post of The Ohio State Highway Patrol are currently investigating a two vehicle fatal crash that occurred at approximately 4:11 p.m. on Monday, July 24. A 2007 Chevrolet Silverado was traveling southbound on Plain City-Georgesville Road driven by Nathan Kocher of Galloway. A 2005 Honda Accord driven by 17-year-old Sarah Munford of Hilliard was traveling eastbound on Lucas Road and failed to yield from the stop sign.

Markets Live: Investors hold fire

Skip to navigation Skip to content Skip to footer View text version of this page Help using this website - Accessibility statement Join today and you can easily save your favourite articles, join in the conversation and comment, plus select which news your want direct to your inbox. Shares are set for a more positive start despite a mixed night in global markets, as oil and iron ore prices stage a recovery.

Markets Live: Investors hold fire

Shares are set for a more positive start despite a mixed night in global markets, as oil and iron ore prices stage a recovery. And back to the local corporate scene and Coca-Cola Amatil has had more bad news from the aisles of Woolworths with the revelation that the supermarket giant will ditch much of the drinks maker's Mount Franklin water product from its shelves.

Fire ripping through home on Picard Road

Columbus firefighters are on the scene of a multiple-alarm house fire on Picard Road in the Linden neighborhood on the East Side. The fire is at a home on Picard between Seabrook Avenue and Scottwood Road.

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