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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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Federal probe targets Ohio State over sex abuse allegations

Federal authorities have opened a civil rights investigation into how Ohio State University officials responded to allegations of sexual abuse by a now-deceased doctor who worked for its athletic department, the school said. The exterior of a building on The Ohio State University campus is seen in Columbus, Ohio, U.S., August 6, 2018.

Accomplice of man fatally shot during break-in is charged with murder

A Hilliard man has been charged with murder by Columbus police because his accomplice was fatally shot while they both were attempting to break into an East Side apartment in July, police say. Seth Phillip Arroyo-Hopper, 24, was charged on Aug. 7 with murder for the death of Larry Scott Knapp Jr., 30, Franklin County Municipal Court records show.

Generic drug-maker wants to boost production at Columbus plant

The Columbus generic drug-making plant and lab of Hikma Pharmaceuticals PLC still has capacity for greater volume even after absorbing work from a shuttered factory in New Jersey, executives said after better-than-expected financial performance companywide in the first half of 2018. Sales of generic drugs, about a third of the London, England, company's portfolio, were $338 million in the first six months, up 11 percent from the same time last year.

Trump stars at GOP dinner this month

President Donald Trump will be the featured guest at the Ohio Republican Party's annual state dinner later this month in Columbus. The Ohio Republican Party State Dinner - 6:00 p.m. Friday, August 24; Greater Columbus Convention Center, Battelle Grand Ballroom, 400 N. High Street.

CBUS 411 Report: City Ranked 23rd In Nation's Top Tech-Talent

Columbus is ranked 23rd in a recent study of the nation's top tech-talents. The study's senior economic advisor said this helps the city's growth include higher wages and better jobs.

Lawsuit accuses late St. Charles teacher of sexually abusing student in early 2000s

The principal of St. Charles Preparatory School sent an email to parents of current students last month informing them that a former teacher from more than a decade ago has been accused of sexual misconduct. In his July 30th email, Principal James Lower said he had been contacted by a former student who accused the late Monsignor Thomas Bennett of sexually abusing him in the early 2000s and said he had filed a lawsuit.

Greater Columbus Convention Center General Manager John Page Honored by Columbus Business First

John Page, general manager of the SMG-managed Greater Columbus Convention Center , was selected by his peers for his leadership, business and civic contributions and will be included among the 2018 Most Admired Chief Operating Officers by Columbus Business First. "Congratulations, your peers have selected you as a 2018 C-Suite Awards honoree in the COO category," said Nick Fortine, Columbus Business First president and publisher.

Surge in Japanese Beetles to dissipate

It's not unusual to spot Japanese beetles in June and July, but the number of them was much higher this summer with outbreaks in Cincinnati, Dayton Columbus as well as in northeast Ohio, said Joe Boggs, an entomologist with Ohio State University Extension. OSU Extension is the outreach arm of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University.

Theodore Decker: Woman learns of love and loyalty after her dog is attacked Updated at

Dorinda Calloway was forced to confront the ugly possibility that her Sheltie would not survive the mauling that occurred last month during one of their twice-daily walks through their Near East Side neighborhood. "I cried and prayed for three days because I didn't know if this dog was going to make it or not," the Wilson Avenue resident said.

More home sellers dropped prices this summer than last, Zillow says

More home sellers are dropping their asking price, in Columbus and across the country, according to Zillow, suggesting that the housing market may finally be softening. In a sign that the housing market may be softening, new Zillow figures show that more home sellers dropped their asking price this summer than last, both nationally and in Columbus.

Mark Wahlberg talks about Columbus and new dealership on Colbert show

Mark Wahlberg and Stephen Colbert haggled over a car sale Tuesday night on "The Late Show," but not before the host took a shot at Columbus. When Wahlberg made an appearance to promote his next film, "Mile 22," Colbert questioned the "Boogie Nights" star about his purchase of Bobby Layman Chevrolet on Broad Street last month.

US House rivals in Ohio deadlocked, but regrouping for fall

In this Aug. 7, 2018, file photo, Franklin County, Ohio, Recorder Danny O'Connor, center, the Democratic candidate running to succeed former Republican U.S. Rep. Pat Tiberi in Ohio's 12th District, speaks to volunteers and supporters at his campaign headquarters in Columbus, Ohio. It's rare two candidates for a coveted open congressional seat get a do-over, but after O'Connor and Ohio state Sen. Troy Balderson, the Republican candidate, fought to a razor-thin finish in the Aug. 7, 2018, special election to fill the final months of Tiberi's unexpired term, the two again face off in the Nov. 6, 2018, general election to win a full, two-year term.

Target aims to open on New Albany's doorstep in 2019

Target plans to open a new store in 2019 as part of the Hamilton Quarter mixed-use development near the intersection of Hamilton Road and state Route 161 in Columbus, according to an Aug. 15 press release on behalf of the company. "We currently operate 15 stores in the Columbus area, with Columbus-New Albany being our 16th store, and know there is still a compelling opportunity to reach additional guests living in the Columbus metro area ones who may not have easy access to our current locations," she said.

Man dead in East Side shooting

A man shot to death in an East Side apartment complex became the 67th homicide victim of the year in Columbus. Officers were called to the area of 1255 Brookway Road at approximately 6:03 p.m. Tuesday on a report that gunshots were heard and that someone had been shot, said Homicide Unit supervisor Sgt.

Donated backpacks free young minds to learn, fundraisers say Posted at

It was heartwarming enough to see the stacks of plastic totes loaded with donated school supplies filling her office from floor to ceiling. But as she watched volunteers stuff the crayon boxes, folders, notebooks, pencils and more into dozens of crisp, new backpacks, Dessaree Watters spoke excitedly about how the ordinary items could change the lives of more than 200 Columbus City Schools students at three South Side schools.

CBUS 411 Report: Zack Smith Meet With Investigators

It was another buzzworthy day in sports in Columbus after former OSU assistant football coach Zach Smith met with investigators today. Smith is in the center of the controversy of an alleged 2015 domestic violence incident with his ex-wife that has now dragged head coach Urban Meyers in the mix.

Man dead in East Side apartment complex shooting

The dinner hour was close at hand and children were playing outside at an East Side apartment complex when a man was fatally shot Tuesday evening. Columbus police and fire paramedics were called just after 6 p.m. to the Colonial Village Apartments in the 1200 block of Brookway Road, just north of East Livingston Avenue.

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