Police investigate 2 teens shot at separate locations in Columbus overnight

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Columbus police are investigating two shootings that took place at separate locations overnight.Read more

WHO warns that 1st wave of pandemic not over; dampens hopes

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As Brazil and India struggle with surging coronavirus cases, a top health expert is warning that the world is still smack in the middle of the pandemic, dampening hopes...Read more

Authorities searching for 5-year-old boy reported missing from campground in Adams County

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The sheriff said teams are searching the area including in the water around the campground.Read more

World Redhead Day is May 26! Here are 10 fun facts about red hair

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While National Love Your Red Hair Day pops up every November, redheads also get another unofficial holiday each May. Read more

Viral video shows woman calling cops on black man in Central Park

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A video has gone viral of a white woman calling the cops on a black man who simply asked her to leash her dog.Read more

Emotional toll of COVID-19 hard to measure inside Ohio’s long-term care facilities

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The state has yet to publicly release guidance on if or when visitations could resume at long-term care facilities.Read more

Federal coronavirus plan for testing lays burden on states

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The plan, delivered Sunday to members of Congress, has drawn harsh criticism from top congressional Democrats.Read more

Study: Nearly half of Twitter accounts discussing 'Reopening America' might be bots

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Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University also found that of the top 50 most influential COVID-19 re-tweeters, 82% are believed to be bots.Read more

Time to be vigilant: Vehicle thefts spike during coronavirus pandemic

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Despite silent streets and nearly nonexistent traffic, vehicle larcenies have increased.Read more


Police say 17-year-old boy wanted in deadly south Columbus shooting

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The shooting happened in the 1100 block of Smith Road in south Columbus.Read more

Groveport veteran continues to grow memorial garden with help from the community

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David Kemmerling said people continue to stop by and help him add onto it with their loved ones who have served or are serving.Read more

'Please remember me': Poem from Marine killed in Vietnam part of Licking County Library's database honoring veterans

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Licking County Library honors service members with on-line database for those who served.Read more


Trump tweets schools should open 'ASAP,' but some fear it won't be safe

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While President Trump is urging schools to reopen, two recent polls show not everyone agrees with that plan.Read more

Biden makes 1st in-person appearance in more than 2 months

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Biden and his wife, Jill, laid a wreath of white flowers tied with a white bow, and bowed their heads in silence at the park.Read more




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Gov. Mike DeWine on reopening Cedar Point: 'We're certainly not there yet'

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Cedar Point, which was supposed to kick off its 2020 season on May 9, hasn't been able to open their gates just yet due to coronavirus concerns.Read more

White House imposes coronavirus travel ban on Brazil

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The White House on Sunday broadened its travel ban against countries hard-hit by the coronavirus by denying admission to foreigners who have been in Brazil during the...Read more

Man, 20, charged in Detroit nursing home assault recorded on video

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A 20-year-old Detroit nursing home patient has been charged with assault for allegedly beating his 75-year-old roommate and recording it on video.Read more

DeWine lays wreath in honor of those who died serving U.S.

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Ohio Governor Mike DeWine laid a wreath at Veterans Plaza in downtown Columbus to honor the men and women who died serving the United States.Read more

Thousands wait to take U.S. citizenship oath amid virus delays

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Immigrants and their advocates say the U.S. citizenship process has stalled during the coronavirus crisis.Read more