Single parents "frustrated" by new Menards policy not allowing children under 16 inside the store

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The company posted the message on its website explaining anyone who appears to be under the age of 16 will be asked to show ID.Read more

Ohio joins states allowing restaurants to sell alcohol with takeout or delivery orders

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Under the rule, customers can purchase two prepackaged drinks per meal.Read more

1 hospitalized, 2 in custody after reported officer-involved shooting in southwest Columbus

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Police said one suspect was hospitalized and two others were taken into custody.Read more

Hilliard man shares his family's story of recovery from COVID-19

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A Hilliard man, his wife and son all tested positive for COVID-19 and are recovering well.Read more

Sen. Sherrod Brown endorses Joe Biden for president

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U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown said in a statement that Biden fights for Americans who are working hard but struggling to achieve better lives, supporting what Brown calls the...Read more

Columbus auto shop adds services to help customers during stay-at-home order

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A locally-owned shop is working to meet customers where they are.Read more

Ohioan creates DeWine and Acton theme song parody of 'Laverne & Shirley'

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Dave Stofka is a freelance web developer in northeast Ohio. It's not uncommon to have dry spells with work, but with all the news of the coronavirus, he knew he couldn't...Read more

Ohio mail carrier delivers supplies to elderly people on his route

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Kyle West, also known Mailman Kyle, works out of the Grosebeck Post Office in White Oak Meadows.Read more

4,782 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ohio; 167 deaths and 1,354 hospitalizations

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A look at coronvavirus-related developments in Ohio.Read more


Second COTA bus driver tests positive for COVID-19

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A second COTA bus driver has tested positive for the coronavirus, the agency announced Tuesday.Read more

Wuhan ends 76-day lockdown brought on by coronavirus pandemic

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The lockdown that served as a model for countries battling the coronavirus around the world has ended after 11 weeks.Read more

Police identify body found near Olentangy River in Delaware as missing man

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Police have identified the man found dead near the Olentangy River in Delaware on Saturday.Read more


What you need to know today about the coronavirus outbreak

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The United States is bracing for a painful week, with a wave of coronavirus deaths expected across the nation.Read more

White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham leaving job without ever briefing press

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White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham will be replaced by two women who are familiar names in Trump's campaign and administration, a senior official said.Read more




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Ohio State's Smith, Day & Holtmann families donate $175,000 to Mid-Ohio Foodbank

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The families of Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith, head football coach Ryan Day, and head basketball coach Chris Holtmann will donate a total of $175,000 to the...Read more

Expanded stay-at-home order for Ohio in effect until May 1

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Ohio's expanded stay-at-home order that takes effect Monday includes several new provisions.Read more

Sen. Rand Paul recovered from coronavirus; volunteering at hospital

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The Republican lawmaker tested positive for the virus in March, becoming the first case of COVID-19 in the Senate.Read more

Schumer proposes $25,000 'heroes' pay for frontline workers

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Schumer's proposal would provide up to $25,000 in hazard pay for the rest of the year for frontline health care and service industry workers.Read more

Local studios innovate virtual classes for dancers stuck at home

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Dancing isn't canceled. Find out how some local studios are adjusting to the stay-at-home order during the COVID-19 pandemic.Read more