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Columbus Police say an alert passerby notified authorities, and now, millions of dollars of marijuana is off of the streets.
Gilbert J. Liberatore, 91, of Midland passed away peacefully April 21, 2014 at Westminster Thurber Community in Columbus, Ohio.
A popular national retailer with several stores in Central Ohio faces hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines for refusing to people who've done time.
Teachers have not received an increase in their pay scale since before 2011, when the last contract was approved, although some have received "step" increases as they meet certain longevity targets.
The practice of undocumented withdrawals of high-school students in the Columbus City Schools continued at least through summer 2013, when former Superintendent Gene Harris retired, a new internal audit has found.
More policymakers are coming out against an attempt to overhaul the state's energy efficiency and renewable policies.
The U.S. government spends more than $1.5 billion each year on clothing made overseas.
Police were working to find the man who robbed a southwest Columbus restaurant while armed with a knife.
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.