Updated: 07/18/19 03:33 pm EDT

Predictive Analysis: Ohio BCI uses tool to help determine when and where a future crime could occur

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BCI has a tool that can help predict the next crime.Read more

Family-friendly places in central Ohio to help stay cool from the heat this summer

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With the mercury climbing towards 100 degrees, people are looking for ways to stay cool outside the house.Read more

AEP Ohio offers tips to keep power usage down during summer heat

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When you think of working outside in 90 plus degree weather, you normally want to dress as light as possible. Not these guys.Read more

5 Columbus rec centers to remain open this week to help people "beat the heat"

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Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther has ordered five community centers to remain open this weekend to give residents a place to cool off during the extreme heat.Read more

Ohio State head coach Ryan Day, players discuss upcoming season at Big Ten Media Days

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Day was joined by defensive end Jonathon Cooper, safety Jordan Fuller and wide receiver K.J. Hill.Read more

April 2020 trial date set for former Mount Carmel doctor charged in fatal overdoses

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Husel is accused of ordering excessive painkiller doses given to dozens of patients who later died.Read more

Excessive Heat Warning issued for central Ohio; will feel like 105+ degrees

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Heat index values on Friday and Saturday have the potential to hit 105 degrees, if not higher.Read more

Ohio State places 2 on Big Ten preseason list

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A media panel selected the 10-member list, which included six defensive players.Read more


DeWine signs next 2-year, $69 billion Ohio budget, with 25 vetoes

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Republican Gov. Mike DeWine has signed Ohio's next state budget but vetoed 25 provisions, including elements affecting health care and education.Read more

Ohio raises smoking age from 18 to 21

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The legal age to purchase and use tobacco products in Ohio has been raised to 21 after Governor Mike DeWine signed the state’s next budget on Thursday.Read more

House approves $15 minimum wage, Senate prospects are dim

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A hike in the $7.25 hourly wage has been a top Democratic campaign promise, intended to address income inequality that's driving the 2020 political debate.Read more


Two hospitalized, dog treated for carbon monoxide at west Columbus apartment

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When firefighters arrived on scene they determined a carbon monoxide issue and several people were evacuated from the building.Read more

Long-term changes coming to the East Side Split

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ODOT is working on several changes to the East Side Split with the long-term goal of improving traffic flow in the area.Read more




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Trump slams congresswomen at ‘MAGA’ rally; crowd roars, 'Send her back!'

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Going after four Democratic congresswomen one by one, a combative President Donald Trump turned his campaign rally Wednesday into an extended dissection of the liberal...Read more

US Air Force warns against joke event to 'storm Area 51'

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The U.S. Air Force has warned people against participating in an internet joke suggesting a large crowd of people "storm Area 51," the top-secret Cold War test site in...Read more

Circleville mayor worries about making payroll for police officers & firefighters

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Circleville City Council members are debating an income tax levy to pay for police and firefighters.Read more

Worthington man recalls experience climbing Mount Everest

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If you close your eyes and listen to Matt Brennan speak, it's almost like you, yourself, are standing on the trails of Mount Everest. Almost.Read more

Number of US overdose deaths appears to be falling

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U.S. overdose deaths last year likely fell for the first time in nearly three decades, preliminary numbers suggest.Read more