Police warn of "highly potent and dangerous" heroin in central Ohio after nine overdoses in Columbus

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Columbus Police are advising anyone who has heroin to destroy it immediately. No deaths have been reported.Read more

Staggering numbers released on drug overdoses in Franklin County

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Columbus Public Health is calling it an unprecedented epidemic of drug addiction.Read more

Shimon Peres, ex-Israeli president and PM, dies at 93

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Shimon Peres, Nobel Peace Prize winner and a politician with a seven-decade long career, has died following a stroke.Read more

Columbus Police Chief: Change will only happen in discussion

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The last few days in Columbus as featured both a chaotic scene by protestors inside Columbus City council chambers and a more serene emotional plea for answers.Read more

Councilmember: Columbus leaders “committed to action” on police-community relations

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Protesters disrupted the Columbus City Council meeting Monday, shouting down city leaders and seizing the council stage.Read more

Columbus City Schools launch new program to help kids prepare for Pre-K

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Parents across central Ohio are being invited to refine the way they prepare kids for school and families are receiving free resources to help.Read more

Families in Columbus police shootings seek outside review

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The families of 13-year-old Tyre King and 23-year-old Henry Green held a news conference Tuesday to address what they see as discrepancies between what authorities and witnesses have said.Read more

Official: Teen football player died from lacerated intestine

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A medical examiner says a high school football player from suburban Cleveland who was hit in the abdomen during a game died two days later of a problem caused by a lacerated small intestine.Read more

President Bill Clinton visits Toledo on National Voter Registration Day

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President Bill Clinton made two stops in Ohio on Tuesday, National Voter Registration Day to campaign for his wife and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. He was greeted by a large, cheering crowd of several hundred at Waite High School in East Toledo.Read more

Ohio officer gives speeding motorist a 100-mile ride after hearing sad story

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A driver who was pulled over for speeding after finding out his sister was killed, said he is grateful for the police officer who stopped him, after the officer drove him 100 miles to be with his family. Read more

Tyson recalls 130,000 pounds of chicken nuggets; product may contain hard plastic

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Tyson Food has announced Tuesday a recall of 5-pound bags of Tyson Fully Cooked Panko Nuggets sold at Costco locations nationwide.Read more

Columbus rapper gets 15 years for producing child porn

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Eric D. Chavis was sentenced in U.S. District Court to 15 years in prison for directing and distributing music videos depicting child pornography.Read more

Baby born with DNA from 3 people, first from new technique

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Scientists say the first baby has been born from a controversial new technique that combines DNA from three people - the mother, the father and an egg donor.Read more



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