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City offering tax breaks in Columbus neighborhood

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This is happening in the Milo Grogan area near downtown. New homes are now coming to Milo by developer Homeport. Read more

Pickaway County's first bomb dog patrols schools

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This year, all four districts in the county, along with Ohio Christian University and the sheriff’s office, partnered together to purchase a bomb and search K9.Read more

Serial groper soon back on the street; prosecutor pushes for change

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After being sentenced in his most recent case, Sturdivant will be back on the streets in mere weeks.Read more

Controversy over Confederate monuments hits Columbus

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Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery was a prisoner of war camp for those loyal to the Confederacy.Read more

Second graders learn about solar eclipse and eye safety

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Second graders at Unioto Elementary School learned about the importance of protecting your eyes while watching the solar eclipse on Monday.Read more

Tested: Ohio State stacked with quality 5th-year players

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The old guys club at Ohio State this year is exclusive.Read more

First-year Ohio State students move in ahead of fall semester

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A big day for some college freshman. The first wave of students is moving into the dorms at Ohio State.Read more

Man accused of exposing himself, propositioning two 10-year-old girls in Columbus

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A convicted sex offender who was accused of child enticement in Worthington has been charged in a separate incident.Read more

Records: Columbus Police officer who shot Tyre King feared a "gun fight"

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Columbus Police Officer Bryan Mason fired when he saw a laser sight on the weapon, which turned out to be a BB gun.Read more

Escaped inmate apprehended in Canal Winchester

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The inmate was found in a residential neighborhood in Canal Winchester.Read more

Overdoses on the road: Drugged driving rises as a menace

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Ohio saw 4,615 drug-related crashes last year, an increase of more than 21 percent since 2013, according to the state Department of Transportation.Read more