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Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther announced Saturday the order establishing the citywide curfew will be rescinded.Read more

Two-time cancer survivor beats coronavirus while self-quarantining at North Carolina home

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For Tammy Fulp, getting the coronavirus meant her life was at stake. However, she decided to steer clear of the hospital and fight the virus at home.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

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

Why the phrase ‘All Lives Matter’ is problematic

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There is one refrain that stands out from the protests across the country: Black Lives Matter. But one of the most common responses to that on social media: All Lives...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

Trump allows commercial fishing in marine conservation area

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President Trump said former President Barack Obama’s order establishing the area and banning fishing 'was deeply unfair to Maine lobstermen.'Read more

Woman evicted after allegedly throwing ice on Louisville protesters

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Protesters were walking near Omni Hotel when they said a woman in the apartments began throwing ice from her balcony.Read more

Teen makes hundreds of meals for Columbus police working protests

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A 17-year-old who wants to be a police officer has been delivering meals to Columbus police working the protests.Read more

Springfield man, drawing on past experiences, writes song to encourage sons to speak against racial discrimination

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What you have to understand is it was an unspoken way of life. Once you understand that you'll understand why it's wrong.Read more

South Dakota couple accused of using cattle prod on kids

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Sheriff’s Capt. Josh Phillips says the abuse had been going on for several years and involves boys ages 17, 13 and 11 as well as a 15-year-old girl.Read more