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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.

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Stage Right Theatrics Announces Second Annual Conservative Theatre Festival In January

Stage Right Theatrics, the country's only conservative theatre company, will present its second annual Conservative Theatre Festival from January 26-28, 2018 at the Shedd Theatre in Columbus, Ohio. "We had a very successful inaugural Festival in January, 2017," says Robert Cooperman, playwright and president of Stage Right Theatrics.

Animal care: Hospice veterinarians help owners anticipate pet's passing

She also didn't want to have to rush to the emergency room and return home without him, the way she did with the two other pets she lost earlier this year: 15-year-old Moose, another Lab mix, and 13-year-old Whitey, a long-haired white cat. Through a former co-worker, Jenkins and her husband, Todd, met Dr. Leslie Peltier, a Clintonville veterinarian who specializes in end-of-life care, including hospice and in-home euthanasia.

Autopsies of 2 slain men show possible connection to MS-13 gang

His killer - or killers - hacked the 17-year-old's body 69 times. There were blows to his head and neck.

Authorities identify woman killed in head-on collision on Northeast Side

With just over a month left in the year, the city has reached the same number of traffic fatalities for all of 2016 after a head-on collision Thursday night killed a woman on the Northeast Side. Amber Moses' death marks the 59th traffic fatality in Columbus to date this year.

Columbus City Council to consider tax incentives for former quarry project

The developer that plans to transform former quarry land outside Downtown into a mix of housing, retail and commercial office space and the county's 20th metro park will ask Columbus for tax incentives and other aid for the project. The Columbus City Council on Monday will consider an economic development agreement between the city and Wagenbrenner Development.

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: the Musical Live On The Palace Theatre Stage December 16 & 17

The "most famous reindeer of all" from the longest-running and highest-rated holiday television special of all time will make its Columbus debut in the critically acclaimed Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical. Rudolph and a holly jolly cast of iconic characters, including Hermey the Elf, Yukon Cornelius, and the Abominable Snow Monster, will help Santa save Christmas during a two-day-only engagement of the national tour.

Organization of Arab Student celebrates culture in bi-annual hafle

The Organization of Arab Students will celebrate Arab culture Friday evening with a night of dancing and other festivities at its Autumn Hafle at the Ohio Union. The hafle -- the Arabic word for party -- is intended to be a way for Arab and Middle Eastern to come together, as well as an invitation for other students to learn more about the Arab culture.

One killed in Northeast Side crash

One person was killed and another injured Thursday night in a multiple-vehicle crash at Cleveland and Minerva avenues on Columbus' Northeast Side, police said. Police and Columbus fire paramedics were dispatched at 6:38 p.m. to the scene of a reported three-vehicle crash.

Ashland LPN Arrested For Stealing Narcotic Medicine

She was arrested and booked into the Ashland County Jail after a two-count indictment. In a court hearing Thursday morning, Elliott seemed to be annoyed with the quality of call connections - which were apparently not working properly - and did not seem remorseful.

Fatal shooting of armed man in truck on South Side justified, panel says

A Columbus police officer has been cleared by an internal review board after he fatally shot an armed man four times on the South Side earlier this year. Officer Alex Mottinger, 27, and another responding officer, Nicholas Reaper, were called to Parsons and Southwood avenues just before 8 p.m. Feb. 23. A man called dispatchers saying 38-year-old Jimmie Patton was pointing a gun at him.

Erwin Redl's WHITEOUT Now on View in Madison Square Park

Madison Square Park Conservancy has announced the opening of its 35th exhibition, Whiteout by artist Erwin Redl. The project features a luminous white carpet of LED lights across Madison Square Park's central Oval Lawn, on view from today, November 16, 2017 through March 25, 2018.

Man gets 5 years community control for abduction

A two-year-old criminal case against a Columbus man accused of sexually assaulting a young girl came to an end Tuesday afternoon when he was sentenced to five years of community control for an abduction charge.

'Inappropriate behavior' with man in his office led to Ohio lawmaker's ouster

State Rep. Wes Goodman, who consistently touted his faith and conservative values, abruptly resigned late Tuesday after being confronted with evidence of inappropriate conduct with another man inside his Riffe Center office, the second Ohio lawmaker to fall within a month. House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger, R-Clarksville, met Tuesday afternoon with the Cardington Republican soon after the speaker became aware of an incident from weeks ago in the lawmaker's office that, sources said, involved a male in a consensual situation.

Fostering scientific curiosity: Ohio State's UResearch brings insects, fun to Columbus kids

Two Ohio State students stand in front of an elementary school classroom and hold the attention of - and even command enthusiasm from - 45 third-graders. The two are not accomplishing this feat by themselves, however.

Ibuprofen May Block Damage From Fetal-Alcohol Exposure

COLUMBUS, Ohio - An anti-inflammatory drug may have the potential to stall the damaging effects of alcohol on the fetal brain, a new study suggests. The study was the first to directly link alcohol-induced inflammation in the hippocampus to cognitive impairment later in the life, said Derick Lindquist , senior author and a professor of psychology at The Ohio State University.

Picture This: Life On Tour With Lo Moon

Phoenix's stage design is absolutely incredible. If you haven't seen "the mirror" in person it's something you need to see.

2 dead in shooting at Worthington bar

Police were called to Monkey's Bar and Grill, 6116 Huntley Rd. at 1:26 a.m., a Columbus police dispatcher said. Columbus police assisted Worthington police on the call.

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