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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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A dramatic look at how Ohio test scores fell with new tests, expectations

Here's how Ohio's average scores on state tests have changed since 2001. Note how scores rose steadily until 2015, when Ohio changed its tests and expectations of students.

Pedestrian dies in hit-and-run

A female pedestrian was killed Monday night when she was struck by a vehicle that drove off in South Linden. Columbus police and fire paramedics were called at 10:47 p.m. to Cleveland Avenue around the intersection of Duxberry Avenue.

Teenager killed in reported drive-by shooting is identified

The stunned Somali residents of a Far East Side subdivision gathered behind yellow crime tape Monday as a teenage boy lay dead underneath a white sheet on a driveway. Mohamed Abdulkadir, 15, had come home from Licking Heights High School and walked over to the house of someone he knew in the Waggoner Grove subdivision, possibly to play basketball, neighbors at the scene who know the youth and the family told The Dispatch.

911 call leads to Heather Campbell and Kyle Lafferty being found dead in Columbus

Heather Campbell and her mother on Jan. 28. Campbell was found dead from an apparent murder-suicide involving her boyfriend Sunday morning. Credit: Courtesy of the 'Remembering Heather Campbell' Facebook page An Ohio State floor mat marked the apartment where fourth-year psychology major Heather Campbell and her boyfriend, Kyle Lafferty, were found dead from an apparent murder-suicide Sunday morning.

Mother drives up on sidewalk and runs over daughter -- twice

An East Side mother is accused of purposely driving her vehicle on the sidewalk to strike and injure her daughter Monday morning, Columbus police said. Ebony Woody, 34, of the 200 block of South Ashburton Road, was charged with felonious assault, aggravated vehicular assault and endangering children.

Police investigating if man with Columbus ties killed in W.Va. shootout robbed bank

Police and the FBI are investigating whether a man with Columbus ties killed Sunday in a shootout with sheriff's deputies in West Virginia was involved in a bank robbery Thursday in northeastern Ohio.  Three Stark County residents who were with the dead man - whose identity has not yet been released by authorities - have been arrested. Authorities say all four were in a car stolen from Columbus.

Three fugitives arraigned in Harrison County following weekend manhunt

Magistrate Tammy Marple went through the arraignment process with Jada Nickole Hillton on Monday morning following her arrest for felony fleeing on Sunday. Magistrate Tammy Marple went through the arraignment process with Jada Nickole Hillton on Monday morning following her arrest for felony fleeing on Sunday.

Lawsuit: Columbus police use excessive force against blacks

This undated photo provided by the Franklin County Sheriff's Office shows Timothy Davis after he was arrested Sept. 1, 2017, inside a Columbus convenience store where officers tried to arrest him on a warrant alleging he assaulted an officer.

Columbus considers borrowing $2 million to convert street lights to LED

The Columbus City Council is expected to vote Monday night on whether the city should borrow $2 million from the state of Ohio to help pay for a plan that would convert more than 50,000 streetlights to energy-saving LED. The $40 million project will be done in phases over several years, with the first projected to cost between $3.5 million and $4.5 million.

AJ Capital Partners Announces Plans To Open Graduate Hotels' Newest Location In Columbus, OH

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As coal dies, Hocking Hills towns seek ecotourists

Not because she longs to restore Shawnee to its former glory, but because she sees it for what it could become. As her neighbors step up to the counter at her B&C Mini-Mart - sometimes three or four times in a single day - she hatches new ideas for what else she might offer the town of 643.

Heroin in the Heartland

The faces of heroin include the young, middle-to-upper class and suburban. What was once thought of as an inner-city problem is now a national epidemic Federal and local authorities nationwide now consider heroin to be the biggest drug epidemic in the country.

Suspects wanted in Ohio carjacking arrested in West Virginia

Police say three suspects wanted in an Ohio carjacking have been arrested in West Virginia after an hours-long manhunt. Harrison County Sheriff Robert Matheny tells The Exponent Telegram that the suspects were arrested Sunday after avoiding capture for about eight hours in a search involving more than 100 police officers.

Ohio State University student from Strongsville killed in apparent murder-suicide, reports...

An Ohio State University student from Strongsville was found dead early Sunday in a Columbus apartment following an apparent murder-suicide, according to multiple reports. Heather Campbell, 22, and Kyle Lafferty, 25, were found dead about 2:30 a.m. at an apartment in the Taylor House apartment complex near the intersection of Olentangy River and Bethel roads, 10TV.com reports .

Fatal Crash In Marion County

Troopers from the Marion Post are investigating a fatal crash that occurred on Saturday, September 16 at 4:25 PM on SR-4 at CR-106 in Marion County. The crash involved a blue 2005 Volkswagon Golf driven by Shane M. Deyo, age 26, of Rushylvania, Ohio and a blue Honda Odyssey driven by Jeremy W. Cox, age 33, of Richwood, Ohio.

Columbus man killed in Prairie Township crash

Michael E. Tanner, 47, was driving northbound on Hubbard Road just north of West Broad Street in the extreme western end of Franklin County around 12:50 a.m. when his car went off the road and struck a tree, the Franklin County Sheriff's Office said.

On the House: Sliding Ori system helps small homes reuse space Updated at

In a small Dublin apartment this month, Hasier Larrea demonstrated the future of furniture with the touch of a button. Larrea, a 29-year-old Spaniard, is the founder of Ori, a Boston startup that makes robotic movable furniture - in effect, a wall of furniture that slides.

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