Father thankful for those who tried to help his family after they were struck by vehicle

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Mark Ashbrook is grateful. His 4-year-old daughter Elizabeth is home.Read more

Police: 2 injured after shootout at Holton Park in Hilltop

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Police said 911 dispatchers started receiving calls about the shots being fired around 8:40 p.m.Read more

1 in critical condition after being hit by vehicle in northwest Columbus

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The westbound lanes of West Henderson Road near Reed Road in northwest Columbus have reopened after a person was hit by a vehicle, according to Columbus police.Read more

Mother says her children found syringe in Gahanna

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A Gahanna mother is trying to start a conversation about the importance of educating children about syringes.Read more

Man in critical condition after stabbing in east Columbus

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A man is in critical condition after being stabbed near the intersection of East Livingston Avenue and Beechwood Road in east Columbus.Read more

Smoking to be prohibited in all Delaware city parks

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The vote is for a complete ban of smoking, including electronic cigarettes, in all city parks.Read more

Police searching for missing 12-year-old boy last seen in east Columbus

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John Goins, 12, was last seen near Manns Mobile Park on the east side of Columbus.Read more

Upper Arlington votes unanimously to ban smoking in city parks

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The vote bans cigarettes, cigars, e-cigarettes and vaping devices.Read more

Northridge Local Schools try to pass levy a 6th time

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The current primary school was built nearly 100 years ago. School leaders say the deterioration is beyond repair and it's affecting education.Read more


Sheriff: Human remains found in Pike County

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Authorities in Pike County say human remains were found Monday by a local mushroom hunter in a wooded area.Read more

2 dead in south Columbus; police believe scenes are connected

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Police are not looking for any other suspects.Read more

Police looking for driver accused of killing three; victims' family asks for justice

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Twenty-year-old Amal Mohamed, her sister Aniza Abdi Karim and their 15-year-old sister were in a car hit by Johnson on December 2, 2018.Read more


Columbus fire says administration of Narcan on the decline

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The Columbus Division of Fire said the numbers suggest one less person is experiencing a life or death crisis every single day.Read more

Police respond to bomb threat in Perry Township

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Police found two grenades and a mortar round at the home.Read more




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HUD grants Ohio $6.2M to be spent on affordable housing

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Ohio is set to receive nearly $6.2 million in affordable housing grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.Read more

Mount Carmel settles 3 wrongful death lawsuits

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Twenty-seven wrongful death lawsuits have been filed against Mount Carmel Health System and its former doctor, William Husel.Read more

Medicare, Social Security face shaky fiscal futures

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The financial condition of the government's bedrock retirement programs for middle- and working-class Americans remains shaky, with Medicare pointed toward insolvency by...Read more

Wrestling coach accused of ignoring hazing pleads not guilty

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Bart Freidenberg, 58, is a coach and tournament organizer from Pickerington. He and his lawyer aren't commenting on the case.Read more

Police release new details, suspect image in Indiana girls' deaths

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Indiana State Police released a new sketch and audio of the man suspected of killing 14-year-old Liberty German and 13-year-old Abigail Williams.Read more