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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.
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 Man Injured In Shooting On The West Side of Columbus
A man was shot in his stomach on the West Side of Columbus. Police arrived to the area of Sullivant Ave. and South Wheatland Ave, early Tuesday morning, to find the man who was transported to a local hospital.Man accused in death-penalty case refuses to attend court hearingRape ...
A man who faces the death penalty if he's convicted of raping and murdering a woman in her East Side apartment refused Tuesday to leave his holding cell and attend a hearing in his case. Anthony J. Pardon, 53, accused Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O'Brien of inviting the media and the victim's supporters to the hearing.Murder charges dropped against man in Upper Arlington stabbing
Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O'Brien on Tuesday dismissed a murder charge against a Columbus man arrested in connection with a fatal stabbing in Upper Arlington. A press release sent out Tuesday morning cited evidence presented by Jeffery Lamar Smith's attorney and a continuing investigation by Upper Arlington police as the reasons for the dismissal.Auditor: Spring Valley Twp. makes $35K error, undiscovered for 2 years
COLUMBUS, Ohio The Ohio Auditor of State's office said Tuesday a township in Greene County overpaid a contractor and the error wasn't discovered for two years. In a release, the Auditor's Office said Spring Valley Township issued a $35,124 check to Ray Hensley Inc. on Nov. 2, 2015, as what was supposed to be a partial payment for road repairs.The heat is on
The agency also recommends turning off your engine instead of idling your vehicle to cut down on emissions; avoid refueling your vehicle or wait until dusk when the daytime heat has diminished. Avoid topping off your tank since spilled gasoline pollutes the air when it evaporates and try not to mow your lawn; it reduces emissions and longer grass is good for the air.Man hospitalized in stable condition after being shot in Franklinton
A male was transported to Mount Carmel Hospital West on Monday night after he was shot in the chest at the corner of West Rich Street and Central Avenue in Franklinton, Columbus police said. The 911 call came into police at 8:27 p.m. The 18-year-old victim was taken to the hospital at 8:37 p.m. in critical condition, but was later upgraded to stable condition, police said.Tentative timeline set for Columbus schools superintendent search
The next superintendent of Columbus City Schools might be announced in mid-October and on the job by January, under a timeline the Columbus Board of Education set with its hired search firm on Monday night. During a special meeting, representatives from Chicago-based B.W.P. & Associates advised board members that they need to broaden who they would consider for the job.Protesters arrested blocking street outside Statehouse
A half-dozen protesters affiliated with the Ohio Poor People's Campaign were arrested Monday afternoon after they deliberately blocked State Street following a Statehouse march. The arrests were planned, an effort to gain attention for what was the group's sixth and final protest rally since May 14 as part of a national push for a "moral revival" and laws that benefit, rather than punish, the poor.Columbus, police still negotiating contract
It's been more than six months since the collective bargaining agreement between the Columbus police and the city expired. In the meantime, more than 1,800 sworn officers have operated under the terms of the old contract, which lapsed Dec. 8. "There's only one time we reached an agreement on a collective bargaining agreement prior to the contract expiring," said Pappas, who noted that's what he recalls from his 27-year career, which has spanned eight contracts.Columbus doesn't penalize three developers who fail job promises on tax-break agreements
Columbus is amending property tax abatements with three Short North developers who have not created as many qualifying jobs as they promised, but the city is not going to reduce the tax savings the developers are getting. The Columbus City Council voted Monday to approve changing the agreements with the three developers to merely reflect the number of jobs that those developments actually created. "Jobs and payroll aren't the only metrics we're looking at when we're providing abatements.Gas prices pushing prices higher
Although the price of gasoline has dropped by about 25 cents a gallon since Memorial Day, central Ohio drivers are still shelling out that much more than they were last year and the extra cost of fill-ups is beginning to impact the national economy. According to the auto club AAA, gasoline expenses are accounting, on average, for seven percent of Americans' 2018 annual income, a one and half percent increase since summer of 2017, a hike that has been driven by higher gas prices.Ohio Attorney General DeWine Announces Six Arrests Following Seizure of $3.4 Million in Cocaine
COLUMBUS, Ohio)- Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and members of the Central Ohio Organized Crime Investigations Commission/High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Task Force announced today the arrests of six people following the seizure of approximately 75 pounds of cocaine. Authorities with the task force, which is part of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's Ohio Organized Crime Investigations Commission, made the arrests after gathering evidence indicating that the drugs were being transported from Mexico to Columbus on a semi-truck.Smart Columbus offering electric-vehicle rebates to taxi companies
Smart Columbus said Monday that it is offering $30,000 in rebates to taxi services that buy an electric vehicle for their fleet. The goal is to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles, educate the public on electric vehicles and capture data on electric-vehicle usage.30-year-old global warming alerts have come true, and then some
On June 23, 1988, a sultry day in Washington, James Hansen told Congress and the world that global warming wasn't approaching - it had arrived. The testimony of the top NASA scientist, said Rice University historian Douglas Brinkley, was "the opening salvo of the age of climate change." Thirty years later, it's clear that Hansen and other doomsayers were right.Indians 6, Clippers 3
The Clippers picked up a game on second-place Indianapolis in the International League West by winning two games of a three-game series over the weekend before dropping the finale, 6-3, Sunday at Huntington Park.Vice President Mike Pence visits Columbus to talk tax reform
He said the President's tax reform has created thousands of jobs in Ohio, expanded manufacturing and grown businesses in the state. "Since the president signed these tax cuts into law companies across this state have announced bigger raises, better benefits, tax cut bonuses.Miss Ohio 2018 Has Been Crowned
After a week filled with fashion shows, parades, and two nights of preliminaries; Saturday night finally saw the crowning of this year's Miss Ohio. During the first night of preliminaries on Thursday, Miss Maple City, Matti-Lynn Chrisman, won the talent portion of the night's competition, with her show-stopping rendition of the Broadway musical number "Life of the Party," from the musical The Wild Party.
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