Report: Fauci says US should have 100 million coronavirus vaccine doses by year's end

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The White House task force member said one vaccine should enter the final stage of volunteer trials early next month.Read more

Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina

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Several other states have volunteered to host the convention instead.Read more

Man recovering after being shot by passing motorist on I-71 North

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At around 4:15 p.m, officers went to The Ohio State University Hospital after receiving a report that the victim had shown up at the hospital with a gunshot wound.Read more

George W. Bush: 'It is time for America to examine our tragic failures'

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The Bushes said they didn't feel like it was their time to speak out, but rather it was time for them to listen.Read more

Viral video shows 9-year-old girl speaking out at downtown Columbus protest

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Misty Johnston recorded her 9-year-old daughter, Aubrey Johnson, speaking up at the protest on Sunday.Read more

Dr. Acton becomes emotional discussing health disparities faced by minorities

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She also made a direct appeal to Ohioans to fight both disparities in health care and racism.Read more

DeWine says police training needs to be a focus

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Ohio Governor Mike DeWine held a press briefing Tuesday to discuss policing and racism.Read more

Minnesota files civil rights charge against Minneapolis police in George Floyd death

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The Department will also investigate the past 10 years of MPD policies.Read more

COTA rerouting several bus lines due to downtown protests through Friday night

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COTA says passengers who need to transfer buses can do that at East Broad Street and South Champion Avenue.Read more


Condado closes Columbus locations Tuesday after employees did not fill order for troopers

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The spokesperson said the decision to close for the day came after employees did not fill a catering order at the Polaris location that was placed by the Ohio State...Read more

Looted Short North business owner: 'Don't lock your doors tighter, open your arms wider'

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A surprising message of hope from owner of store trashed by vandals, looters.Read more

Muirfield Village to host back-to-back PGA Tour events

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The course Jack Nicklaus built is getting golf's version of a doubleheader.Read more


WATCH: Gov. DeWine holds briefing on coronavirus and state's response

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Gov. Mike DeWine, Health Director Dr. Amy Acton and Lt. Jon Husted are providing an update on the coronavirus and the state's response.Read more

Ohio coronavirus updates: 33,892 confirmed cases in the state, 2,041 deaths

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




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Trump calls on Supreme Court, governors to ban flag burning

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In a call with governors Monday, Trump said that 'flag burning is a disgrace' and wants lawmakers to pass anti-flag burning statutes.Read more

Biden: Trump 'consumed' by ego, not leading during crisis

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In a speech addressing the civil unrest across America, Joe Biden said 'the moment has come' to deal with systemic racism and deeply ingrained economic inequality.Read more

DeWine seeks pay freezes, cuts for state employees as pandemic slams revenue

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's budget director said she's seeking pay freezes and cuts for state employees as the coronavirus pandemic continues to depress tax revenue.Read more

Morse Road closed at I-270 due to water main break

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Morse Road is closed in both directions at I-270 due to a water main break on Tuesday.Read more

WATCH: Mayor Ginther, Chief Quinlan hold briefing to discuss Columbus protests

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Mayor Andrew J. Ginther and Columbus Police Chief Thomas Quinlan held a news conference to discuss the recent protests in Columbus.Read more