Columbus Police say no officers were injured in a shooting on S. 17th Street. 10TV has a crew at the scene.
Marc Thomas remembers Sept.11, 2001, by doing pushups.
Exactly 2,987 of them.
He did one for each of the victims in New York City, Washington, D.C. and Pennsylvania.
"It's a good way to commemorate what happened but also use exercise to show our support," said Thomas. "We never forget 9/11."
Thomas attracted attention on the streets of Columbus, and other Ohioans decided to do some pushups, too.
At the Ohio Fallen Firefighter Memorial in Reynoldsburg, a wreath remembers the first responders of 9/11.
There are nearly 3,000 flags at the Statehouse, one in honor of each victim of 9/11.
At a Columbus remembrance ceremony, Democratic Mayor Michael Coleman and Republican Gov. John Kasich spoke of political unity.
"We have to unite," said Kasich. "Republicans and Democrats and Liberals and Conservatives, and we have to unite to build a stronger America. The Lord wants it."
Brigadier General John Harris, Jr., reminded everyone on Wednesday of the heroism of many following the terrorism attack.
"On that day, we saw the best of our nation," said Harris. "What was noble, what was true, what was truly honorable and great."
Kasich called for flags to fly half-staff Wednesday to remember 9/11.
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