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Greater Columbus NAACP calls for action as protests continue

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As protests continue nationwide, some say there is still a long way to go to solve racial tensions in U.S. cities. 10TV talked to both Columbus Police and the local...Read more

Ohio State issues alert after police respond to reports of large crowds, damage near campus

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Ohio State student reporters say they were pepper-sprayed while covering police clearing the street of protesters near High Street and Lane Avenue.Read more

Columbus police chief, officers march with protesters through downtown

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On the fifth consecutive day of demonstrations in downtown Columbus, police officers marched with protesters.Read more

27-year-old woman killed in east Columbus shooting

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Police said the shooting happened in the 1900 block of Maryland Avenue around 7:30 p.m. Monday.Read more

Police conducting homicide investigation after man found dead inside east Columbus home

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According to police, 22-year-old Erick Peeples was found dead inside his home in the 1700 block of Kent Street.Read more

Columbus firefighter indicted for attempted sexual conduct with teen

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According to court documents, 54-year-old Walter Lash attempted to have sexual conduct with a 15-year-old girl on Feb. 26.Read more

Cleanup underway in downtown Columbus as protests continue

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Crews were out Monday morning cleaning up the outside of businesses and in front of buildings downtown following several days of protests.Read more

Artists paint mural at Ohio Theatre in hopes of bringing people together

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In the middle of many people protesting and people cleaning up downtown, local artists were painting a mural at the Ohio Theatre.Read more

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

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All buses are scheduled to stop picking up passengers at 9 p.m.Read more

Protests go beyond downtown Columbus and into Dublin

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Hundreds of students marched across the new pedestrian bridge into downtown DublinRead more

Ginther asks people to submit reports of excessive force by Columbus police for civilian review

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Ginther said information will be reviewed by a civilian from the Department of Public Safety's Equal Employment Opportunity Compliance Office.Read more