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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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Ohio Farm Bureau turns 100, celebrates past and looks to its future

In its first 100 years the Farm Bureau founded Nationwide Insurance, led the rural electrification effort and worked to pass a state constitutional amendment. When its members needed affordable insurance, it founded what became Nationwide Insurance.

Grand jury declines to indict officers in fatal shooting

COLUMBUS, Ohio An Ohio grand jury declined to indict three police officers who fatally shot a driver during an attempted traffic stop in May. Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O'Brien says a grand jury this week heard evidence in the death of 55-year-old Darrell Bruffy and determined the Franklin Township officers involved did not act unlawfully.

Struggling Ohio cities searching for ways to reinvent themselves

Mike Hess said that when he and his wife moved to Ohio from Trinidad and Tobago two years ago, they first rented an apartment in Delaware. But they didn't know whether they wanted to stay there.

Joe Blundo: Columbus' new 'driverless' shuttle can't escape human touch

I took a few rides in the sort-of-autonomous vehicles that began picking up passengers in Columbus last week. The six-passenger electric shuttles, which look like baby stretch limousines, run a clockwise, 1.4-mile loop Downtown on Civic Center Drive, West.

Seeking nominations for Family Physician of the Year AwardNominate...

The power of giving can do more for the giver than the receiver, and this holiday season the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians is calling for nominations for one of its most prestigious awards: the 2019 Family Physician of the Year. This award recognizes an Ohio family physician who has exhibited extraordinary, beyond-the-call-of-duty merit, and encourages OAFP members and medical students to pursue the ideals of family medicine, and convey these ideals to the public.

Blue Christmas services offer comfort and hope to people who are grieving Posted at

The soft lighting, calming worship music and numerous candles set on a table before the podium were a welcome sight for some entering the chapel at Vineyard Columbus on Thursday night. While many Christians are beaming, wrapping gifts and singing holiday songs this time of year, others may be mourning a loss, battling illness or loneliness, struggling with addiction or dealing with other problems.

Year in Review: Plans show how four high-rises would change downtown's skyline

The last addition to downtown's high-rise profile came after the completion of the 20-story Condominiums at North Bank Park a decade ago, and before that, it was the 26-floor Miranova Condominiums. Developers had wondered aloud if Central Ohio would ever see another skyscraper again .

Girl charged in robbery that led to fatal police shooting

Police have charged a 16-year-old girl with murder in connection to a police shooting that killed a 16-year-old boy. Authorities arrested Masonique Saunders on the East Side Thursday and also charged her with robbery, saying she played a role in the robbery that lead to Julius Tate Jr.'s death last Friday.

Heartbeat bill, Tokes act clear legislature

Lawmakers at the Statehouse worked into the early hours of Friday, passing legislation before the end of the year and the current session of the General Assembly. The House voted to concur with Senate changes to the so-called "heartbeat bill," which would ban abortions following the detection of a fetal heartbeat.

Columbus locations among dozens targeted by bomb hoax

Authorities say bomb threats sent to dozens of schools, universities and other locations in central Ohio and across the U.S. appear to be a hoax. A building at Capital University was evacuated Thursday and The Columbus Dispatch reports at least 10 Columbus businesses received threats similar to others that occurred nationwide, meant to cause disruption and compel recipients into sending money via Bitcoin.

Foodservice distributor What Chefs Want buys Mid/West Fresh

Foodservice distributor What Chefs Want, Louisville, Ky., is expanding its network with the purchase of Mid/West Fresh Produce, Columbus, Ohio. The purchase is the fifth acquisition by What Chefs Want in the past 16 months, according to a news release, including Ohio companies Joe Lasita and Sons Produce, Cincinnati, and Coe Catanzaro and Sons Produce, Springfield, in the past year.

Chillicothe native, singer Nancy Wilson dies at 81 Posted at

Entertainer Nancy Wilson grew up in Columbus, graduating from West High School in 1954. She has been described as a jazz singer, a blues singer, a pop singer, and a cabaret singer, but says on her website that she prefers the term "song stylist."

Dr. Avirup Guha joins UH Samaritan

Avirup Guha, M.D., F.A.C.C.,R.P.V.I. recently joined University Hospitals Medical Center's Medical Staff. He joins Dr. Jun Li, M.D., F.A.C.C. and Dr. Khaled Sleik, M.D. at UH Samaritan Cardiology, located at 350 Hillcrest Drive.

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Hannah Wenrick Photography recently opened a storefront located at 116 W. Water St. in Piqua. Hannah Wenrick of Piqua said that providing a storefront location is the next big step for her photography business, providing a natural light studio while also relocating the business from her home.

Woman sought in fatal DUI in Ohio may be in Florida, officials say

Authorities think a woman accused of driving drunk and killing another woman in Ohio earlier this year may be on the run here in Florida. James Tapia, who lives in North Port, knows police are looking for his 47-year-old daughter, but says there's "nothing I can do to help."

Ohio lawmakers vote to give themselves a pay raise

The Ohio House and Senate on Thursday approved legislation to give lawmakers and other elected officials a boost in pay. ( COLUMBUS, Ohio-Just before the clock struck midnight during a marathon legislative session Thursday, Ohio lawmakers approved a pay raise for themselves and other elected officials, tacking it onto a bill to increase benefits for the widows and children of fallen first responders.

Capital University among those receiving hoax bomb threats

An administrative building at Capital University was evacuated Thursday and at least 10 Columbus businesses received hoax bomb threats similar to others authorities say occurred nationwide. Yochum Hall, located on the Mound Street plaza on Capital University's Bexley campus, was evacuated shortly before 2 p.m. following a bomb threat, according to information on the university's social media accounts.

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