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More policymakers are coming out against an attempt to overhaul the state's energy efficiency and renewable policies.
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The U.S. government spends more than $1.5 billion each year on clothing made overseas.
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Police were working to find the man who robbed a southwest Columbus restaurant while armed with a knife.
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A man has pleaded guilty to kicking in the doors and looting more than two dozen central Ohio churches to help feed his drug habit.
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A Near East Side man surrendered at Columbus police headquarters this afternoon, days after he was charged with fatally shooting a man and dumping his body in woods near the E. 5th Avenue bridge by I-670.
The Downtown Commission has approved a dog day care and boarding business at 113 E. Main St. in Columbus, following a 75-minute-long hearing that included objections to the project from some neighbors.
The Democratic National Committee has asked Columbus to formally submit a bid to host the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
A home invasion and shooting in East Columbus is still under investigation. The shooting happened just before 8 p.m. Monday at a house in the 6700 block of Tussing Road.
Jill Miller Zimon, a small town city councilman who now wants to represent Ohio's 12th House District in Columbus, hopes to deliver an upset victory over current officeholder John Barnes Jr. on May 6, Ohio's primary election date.
The state of Ohio is investigating whether Ohio Mulch is selling bags of its product that weigh less than specified on the packaging.
A man found dead in a wooded area near Three Creeks Metro Park on Saturday evening was murdered, Columbus police say.
The New York-based alternative rock band We Are Scientists is aiming to bring a live experience unlike any other to the Columbus stage.
According to police on scene, the shooting happened just before 8 p.m. at a house in the 6700 block of Tussing Road.
From The Cincinnati EnquirerA former Enquirer employee made a pretty penny when he sold the same building in which he spent many evenings and nights rolling out the next day's newspaper.Al Bamberger, a 74-year-old Green Township resident who worked as a pressman in Cincinnati and Denver for 42 years, sold the 130,000-square-foot printing plant in ... (more)
The city engineer drives the street at least twice a day and has been working on plans for a future upgrade the roadway for months.