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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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Two arrested and one still sought in October homicide

Columbus police have arrested one man and are seeking another in connection to a fatal shooting on the city's Southeast Side in October. Brian Malik Woodson, 42, was found at the Commons on Waters Edge apartment complex in the 4500 block of Refugee Road on Oct. 31. He was shot multiple times after an argument just after 10:30 p.m., police said.

Columbus is 11th top U-Haul destination city

The company, whose rental vehicles are commonly used for moves, said the city saw a 9.2 percent increase in arrivals year-over-year, and rose four spots from its 2015 ranking of 15th.  U-Haul ranks cities according to the total number of arriving one-way U-Haul truck rentals to a city in a calendar year.

#BigBinkShowThe Dish: Sad News In Hip Hop, Le'Veon Bell...

I'm DJn his set so we bout to set Columbus on Y" Y" Y" Y" #DownWithTheKing 12. #rp @LILDonAIR: "I said "hey @djmrking we should dress alike!" He said "that's corny."

Wea re No. 14! Columbus tops Indianapolis in population

New Census figures show that Columbus became the 14th most populous city in these United States last year. Columbus  squeaked past sister I-70 and reputed flyover burg Indianapolis .

When Can a School Search a Student's Bag?

Last week the Ohio Supreme Court unanimously ruled that a school's intrusive search of an unattended bag did not violate a student's 4th Amendment right to be free from illegal search and seizures because the examination of the bag was a continuation of an earlier search. The Ohio Supreme Court reversed the Tenth District Court of Appeal's decision that held that the second search was unreasonable and the evidence discovered in the second search was suppressed.

Ohio candidate raises cash to uncapped fund

In this April 1, 2015, file photo, Dayton, Ohio, Mayor Nan Whaley discusses her objections to an Indiana law critics say could permit discrimination against gays and lesbians, during a news conference in Columbus, Ohio. Whaley, a Democrat, is using a mayoral re-election campaign fund, not subject to state contribution limits, to raise money for her 2018 bid for Ohio governor.

Closed Columbus charter school still owes $340K+

A North Side charter school that shut its doors in 2015, stranding about 300 students, has not repaid the $340,770 it owes the state, according to an audit released Thursday by Auditor Dave Yost. The FCI Academy was closed by its sponsor, the Toledo-based Educational Center of Lake Erie West, in August 2015, for mismanagement just prior to the start of classes.

Columbus woman found in Coshocton County died of overdose

A Columbus woman whose body was found dumped along a rural road near Frazeysburg in March died of an accidental overdose, according to the Coshocton County Coroner's Office. Coshocton County Coroner Robert Gwinn reported that Ayers died from an overdose of "fentanyl and methamphetamine" based on an autopsy.

Suburban growth remains strong in central Ohio

The number of people living in Grandview Heights grew by the largest percentage among all Franklin County cities last year, according to census estimates released Thursday. The suburb's population increased by about 5 percent and is now home to 7,628 people. Grandview Yard, the 125-acre mixed-use development on the city's east side, on the site of a former warehouse, is likely a major factor in the growth, Mayor Ray DeGraw said.

Justin Bieber Forgets Words To His Own Song?

The Biebz is currently topping the charts with DJ Khaled's 'I'm The One' and Luis + Daddy Yankee song 'Despacito'. Coming in #1 on the charts you would think he would know the words to the song.

#ColumbusStreetHeat: lilD Chops it with @DarrioLamont [WATCH]

If you're an artist and would like to be featured on Street Heat, click here to submit your radio-ready single. 3. The homie @djlukenastyy in the building tonight at #PowerFallFest.

One killed, one hospitalized after West Side crash

One man was killed and another hospitalized following a two-vehicle crash Wednesday on the West Side, Columbus police said. William Burks, 70, of Galloway, was driving a 2016 Ford Transit Connect van northbound on Grandview Avenue at 12:01 p.m. when he collided with a 1997 Honda Accord driven by Logan Kramer, 21, of Newark, that was turning left to enter the Interstate 670 westbound on-ramp, police said.

Ask Lisa: Arena t all pickles gluten-free?

Q: I saw a jar of dill pickles labeled "gluten free" at the grocery today. Help a senior citizen understand why this would be needed if there are no grains in the contents.

Study envisions Columbus convention center a district,a hotel expansions

The notion of a convention district Downtown, one that includes expansion of the Hyatt Regency or the Hilton Columbus Downtown, is under consideration, based on a new study done for Experience Columbus. That study, conducted in conjunction with architecture and planning firm NBBJ, has revived the idea of adding on to either of the two hotels connected to the Greater Columbus Convention Center.

Columbus lawyer, trapeze peformer will run for governor as Green Party candidate

Columbus lawyer Constance Gadell-Newton announced today she will run for Ohio governor in 2018 as the Green Party candidate. Vowing to stand up to the "corrupt two-party system," Gadell-Newton said in a statement she is "committed to promoting the well being of all Ohioans, no matter what happens in Washington, D.C." She also pledges to "stand up to keep families together in the face of recent changes in U.S. Immigration policy."

Jogger attacked on Antrim Park path

Columbus police are looking for a man they say shoved a jogger to the ground so violently that she broke her wrist. Alice Pressler told officers she was jogging on the path that surrounds the lake at Antrim Park, 5800 Olentangy River Road, at approximately 3:38 p.m. when she was approached by a man who told her "You don't belong here," and knocked her to the ground, assault unit Det.

Rea & Associates Outlines Business Tax Services for Growth and Protection for Clients

Rea & Associates, a CPA and business consulting firm with a Columbus-area location in Dublin and a host of other locations throughout the state of Ohio, has published information on its tax services for businesses. The accounting firm, which provides a range of financial services for both individuals and businesses, begins the description of its business tax services by acknowledging the difficulties faced by businesses when it comes to effective tax strategy preparation and execution.

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