"Columbus Cares Kid Kits" aim to bring resources to families in need

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Several central Ohio groups have joined together to bring resources to families in need.Read more

Worthington woman offers free art tutorials online

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With the same ease and the same soothing presence as Bob Ross, Rebecca Burdock is offering a much-needed escape from COVID-19.Read more

Packed parks call into question social distancing requirements

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Police are keeping an eye on social distancing in parks.Read more

1 in serious condition after shooting in north Columbus

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Officials say the victim was taken to Grant Medical Center for treatment.Read more

Ohio, Oklahoma courts rule abortions can continue amid virus

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The decisions in Ohio and Oklahoma responded to challenges by abortion rights groups.Read more

Grocery stores limit customers, urge fewer family members per trip to prevent spread of COVID-19

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Changes come after Ohio's stricter stay-at-home order.Read more

WATCH: President Trump, White House coronavirus task force briefing | April 6

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There are faint glimmers of hope as deaths from the new coronavirus in New York appear to be leveling off.Read more

Patients express frustration over long wait times for COVID-19 testing results

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As of Monday, there were 4,450 positive cases of the coronavirus in Ohio with 1214 hospitalizations and 142 deaths.Read more

4,450 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ohio; 142 deaths and 1,214 hospitalizations

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A look at coronvavirus-related developments in Ohio.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

NFL going with virtual format for upcoming draft

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The NFL draft will be conducted in a virtual format, with team personnel working from their homes.Read more

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson moved to ICU after coronavirus symptoms 'worsened'

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to the intensive care unit of a London hospital after his coronavirus symptoms worsened.Read more


1-week-old baby tests positive for coronavirus in Cuyahoga County

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Health officials confirmed the news during a press conference Monday morning.Read more

Kroger announces plan to limit the number of shoppers in stores

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The plan will begin on April 7 and would limit the number of customers to one person to about 120 square feet.Read more




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Giant Eagle to limit total number of people in stores

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Giant Eagle announced it will limit the number of people in its stores at one time to half of the posted fire code occupancy.Read more

Schmidt’s reopens German Village restaurant for carryout and delivery

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In the past few weeks, the restaurant say staff members worked tirelessly to clean and sanitize the building for Monday’s reopening that will only include lunch carryout...Read more

British Open canceled, Masters to November in major rescheduling

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The British Open will not be played this year for the first time since 1945, with the R&A choosing to play golf's oldest championship next year at Royal St....Read more

Homeless shelters working to improve social distancing

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As the number of Ohioans infected with COVID-19 continues to grow, local advocates are working to ensure some of the most vulnerable are safe and healthy.Read more

As cases surge, 3 in 4 US hospitals already facing COVID-19

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Three out of four U.S. hospitals surveyed are already treating patients with confirmed or suspected COVID-19,...Read more