Mayor Ginther lifts citywide curfew for Columbus

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Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther announced Saturday the order establishing the citywide curfew will be rescinded.Read more

Zoombezi Bay to open June 19 for members, June 22 for all guests

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The park was initially scheduled to open for the season on May 16 but the opening was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.Read more

Drew Brees tells Trump "we need to listen and learn" about racial injustice

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Fox News is apologizing for how it displayed a chart comparing the stock market to the aftermath of controversial black deaths. In a statement Saturday, Fox said context...Read more

DeWine delays 3 more executions amid drug shortage

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Gov. Mike DeWine has delayed three additional executions as the state struggles to find an adequate supply of drugs for lethal injection.Read more
'Enough': Cries for change at George Floyd's memorial service

'Enough': Cries for change at George Floyd's memorial service

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A memorial service for George Floyd was held Saturday in his birthplace of Raeford, North Carolina where family members, public officials and clergy spoke, while...Read more

U.S. Marine Corps to remove public displays of the Confederate battle flag

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The United States Marine Corps on Friday said it would remove public displays of the Confederate battle flag in installations within the entire force.Read more

Prosecutor: 2 Buffalo police officers charged with assault after pushing protester

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Prosecutors say two Buffalo police officers have been charged with assault after a video showed them shoving a 75-year-old protester.Read more

'She loved and cared about others': Annie Glenn remembered at virtual memorial service

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Married to American hero John Glenn for 73 years, the lifelong Ohioan was a dedicated advocate for people with disabilities.Read more

Indiana graduate facing terminal cancer finds love; hopes experimental treatments will extend life

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Chase Smith, 19, has been fighting Ewing's sarcoma for six years. He continues his fight with his high school sweetheart -- now his wife -- at his side.Read more


Watch: National Guard troops dance in the streets with Georgia protesters

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An organizer said through tears that it was a moment that helped turn some of the hurt into a bit of joy.Read more

Charlotte healthcare workers take a knee during ‘White Coats for Black Lives’ demonstration

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Doctors, nurses and staff took a knee for a moment of silence as a way to honor George Floyd and speak out against racial injustice...Read more

Plane crashes in rural Georgia; 2 children among the 5 killed

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Putnam County Sheriff Howard Sills says no one survived the crash about 100 miles southeast of Atlanta.Read more


Dublin couple is on a mission to create unity within families and communities

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As protests continue across the country in response to the death of George Floyd, a Dublin couple is reflecting on what brought their family together despite racial...Read more

Biden formally clinches Democratic presidential nomination

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The former vice president has effectively been his party's leader since his last challenger in the Democratic primary, Bernie Sanders, ended his campaign in April.Read more




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Video shows officers tackling protesters in the Short North, police say their actions were justified

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10TV reporter Brittany Bailey took the video to the agencies involved: Columbus Division of Police and the Franklin County Sheriff's Office.Read more

Columbus City Schools teachers join in protests at Ohio Statehouse

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The teachers say educators have a duty to stand up for their students.Read more

Black Ohio lawmakers urge colleagues to help address racism

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House Speaker Larry Householder said the House and its legislative process was the place to fix the issues raised by Howse and West.Read more

D.C. mayor has huge 'Black Lives Matter' name painted on street leading to White House

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A massive BLM mural was painted on the newly unveiled Black Lives Matter Plaza located in a section of 16th Street.Read more

CDC worried Americans aren't following public health guidelines

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Dr. Robert Redfield warned that the American people need to continue social distancing as we approach the fall and a potential second wave of the virus.Read more