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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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Mormon missionaries from Utah learn Nepali to help Columbus refugees
Tulasi Bisda is a 74-year-old Bhutanese-Nepali refugee who loves to joke with the four young men who have come to Columbus to help her and others learn English. When asked if she likes working with them, she exclaims "No!" then smiles up at them to signal that she's teasing.Cousins Maine Lobster food truck bringing lobster delicacies to central Ohio
Offering an "affordable luxury" to central Ohioans, a Cousins Maine Lobster has clawed its way onto the local food-truck scene. Part of an Los Angeles-based company, the souped-up truck will begin dishing out its signature lobster rolls and other dishes from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday at Pins Mechanical, 141 N. Fourth St. Downtown.Columbus Democrat fights with Black Caucus, House leader
After calling for the Columbus police chief to be punished for a "disturbing" pattern of behavior, state Rep. Bernadine Kennedy Kent is now embroiled in a nasty fight with the House minority leader and the Ohio Legislative Black Caucus. The issue surrounds Kennedy Kent, D-Columbus, and her ongoing dispute with the Columbus Police Department, against which she has filed numerous complaints over the years.Table Talk: 1400 Food Lab prepping 'next big wave' of chefs Updated at
The food-service incubator has added Sunday suppers, additional cooking classes and ticketed events -- both pop-ups and formal dinners -- at the 16,000-square-foot facility, 1400 Dublin Road in Columbus near Marble Cliff. Recent events at the facility include a tutorial on how to make Chinese soup dumplings with Helen Jiao of Helen's Asian Kitchen in Northland and the Odd Bits & Offal dinner that showcased nine dishes prepared by present and former clients of the Food Lab using mostly Ohio ingredients and a mixologist who paired crafted cocktails with every dish.Program helps at-risk children learn, discover their creative side Updated at
As a child in a single-parent home on the Near East Side, Katerina "Kat" Harris dreamed of dancing and entertaining others, but didn't know how or have the courage to try. She rarely saw or attended arts events because she was too busy, as the oldest of four, caring for her siblings while their mom worked.$26 million allocated to combat drug epidemic
The Department of Health and Human Services has awarded $485 million in grants to help states fight the heroin and prescription drug epidemic, including $26 million for the state of Ohio. This is the second year in a row Ohio has received funding through the CURES legislation that U.S. Senator Rob Portman helped enact in 2016.Smart City Vendor For Columbus, Ohio Has Been Picked
Columbus City Council has approved a $2.5 million contract with Pillar Technology Group to develop an operating system for the Smart Columbus project that will analyze and share data on innovative transportation projects. The Columbus-based information technology company will develop a computer operating system that will support the long-term Smart Cities strategy, said Brandi Braun, Columbus' deputy innovation officer.Crime Stoppers: Parents, police ask for help solving South Linden fatal shooting
More than a year after it took place, Columbus police are asking for help solving a fatal South Linden shooting. About 1:42 a.m. on Dec. 17, 2016, officers found an unresponsive Darrin Mitchell inside his home at 1561 Duxberry Ave. Medics transported Mitchell, who was in critical condition from gunshot wounds, to Grant Medical Center.Investigation continues into 2 North Linden shooting deaths
At approximately 7:38 p.m., Columbus police were called to the alley behind a home on the 1100 block of Aberdeen Avenue on the report of multiple gunshots, according to police. Upon arrival, officers found two men with gunshot wounds inside a crashed vehicle.Program teaches special-needs kids to avoid harmful drugs
Dr. Maria Demosthenous was excited about the ornate round box she held in front of 11-year-old Xavier Desotelle. As the Columbus boy looked up at her from an examination table, she told him that the blue box with orange pompom fringe held something important.Homeowners in Columbus 'commercial' zones face trouble financing, rehabbing
Barbara Lubberger wanted to build an addition to her Indianola Avenue house in Clintonville last year. No big deal, she thought.Questions raised about campaign contributions and influence at Columbus City Hall
Real-estate developers, unions and some wealthy luminaries who do business with the city contributed millions of dollars to the campaigns of Columbus elected officials. City officials raised about $8.4 million from nearly 5,000 contributors disclosed on reports filed from mid-2014 through 2017, but more than 60 percent of that money came from less than 4 percent of the contributors, according to a Dispatch analysis of more than 12,000 campaign contributions.Officials, telecom representatives compromise on wireless equipment regulations
A year after dozens of cities and villages sued the state and won, stakeholders say they've reached a compromise on how to regulate wireless equipment in Ohio communities. Municipal leaders and telecommunications-industry representatives worked together to craft a bill that is headed to Gov. John Kasich for his signature.Tattoo festival aims to take the edge off getting body art
It was just after lunch on Saturday when Genie Coon stood barefoot on top of a table inside the Hyatt Regency in Downtown Columbus. Coon is one of hundreds of people expected to get inked this weekend at the Hell City Tattoo Festival inside the hotel.3rd Ave. closing Monday for 3 weeks
The closure of Third Avenue west of Olentangy River Road due to the widening of the CSX railroad bridge is scheduled to begin on Monday and last for three weeks. Motorists should follow this detour during the full closure of 3rd Ave. at Olentangy River Rd. starting Monday.Piketon investigation focuses on family in Alaska
The investigation into the unsolved killings of eight Ohio family members nearly two years ago remains focused on a family of four that left the state for Alaska, according to a prosecutor. Pike County Prosecutor Rob Junk also told the Cincinnati Enquirer for a story on Friday that two agents from the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and a member of the Pike County sheriff's office work full-time on the case.Review | Opera Columbus: Newfangled production of French opera a surprising success
At first glance, Opera Columbus' new production of "Orphee et Eurydice" contains enough unlikely elements to give some viewers pause: Can a synthesizer and virtual chorus do justice to the sublime music of Christoph Gluck's 1762 opera? This reviewer is pleased to report that the show is a smashing success - an ideal instance of the old being made marvelously, yet thoughtfully, new. The production opened Friday and will continue Sunday in the Southern Theatre.
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