Doppler 10: Sunny, warmer Wednesday

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Lots of sun and warmer on Wednesday.Read more

Judy Malinowski, attack survivor who fought to change Ohio law, dies at 33

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A New Albany woman who, from her hospital bed, became a champion for change in Ohio law, has died.Read more

LIST: Independence Day celebrations across central Ohio

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Central Ohio is preparing to celebrate Independence Day, with area fireworks beginning on Saturday, July 1st.Read more

Attorney: Family investigated in Rhoden murders has cooperated

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The Wagner family lived in Ohio at the time of the killings but moved to Alaska this year.Read more

US to seek more security on international flights

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The Homeland Security Department is set to announce new security for international flights bound to the United States.Read more

Psychologist tells jury Lincoln Rutledge was delusional

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A psychologist who testified in the trial of a man convicted of the murder of a Columbus police SWAT officer said Lincoln Rutledge was delusional and believed people...Read more

Report: Columbus ranks among top 10 worst driving cities in the country

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An online insurance comparison marketplace called QuoteWizard says Columbus is the 7th worst driving city in America.Read more

Paddington bear creator Michael Bond dies at 91

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The furry adventurer first appeared in "A Bear Called Paddington" in 1958 — a stowaway from "Darkest Peru" who arrived at London's Paddington train station wearing a...Read more

Indians manager Francona returning Wednesday after brief trip to the hospital

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Doctors say they have ruled out major health issues. Read more


More Americans are living paycheck to paycheck

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Nearly half of Americans are living with almost no financial cushion.Read more

American pets are getting a little too plump

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Study: 1 in 3 cats and dogs are overweight.Read more

Lawsuit says woman injured knee during mechanical bull ride

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A Long Island woman is suing a Manhattan restaurant after tearing a knee ligament, claiming she was too drunk to ride the eatery's mechanical bull ride.Read more



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