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Columbus plans to consolidate its police and fire 911 call centers and replace uniformed dispatchers with civilians, a move that drew a threat of a political "bloodbath" from the firefighters' union president.
Roughly 40,000 runners and walkers swarmed the streets downtown Saturday morning to stand together in the battle against breast cancer.
Two people were transported to hospitals Saturday morning after a rollover crash near downtown Columbus.
The Voice of Pentecost, 106 Mendenhall St., Weirton, will host a special Pentecost Sunday service on May 19 beginning at 5 p.m. with guest speaker, the Rev.
Columbus Police were investigating a homicide after a man was shot dead in Northeast Columbus Friday evening.
Medics transported a man to Mount Carmel West Hospital after being stabbed early Saturday morning.
A man and a woman are rushed to the hospital after a double shooting in Southeast Columbus.
A proposed state law singles out Columbus City Schools taxpayers to shoulder part of the tax burden for charter schools even though thousands of Franklin County's charter-school students live in suburban school districts.
Allergies to tree pollen are in full bloom in the Midwest-and when spring allergy season begins, it comes on fast, according to local allergists.
By RYAN DUNN staff writer OTTAWA -- Prosecutors on Friday accused 17-year-old Michael A. Fay of killing two teenage brothers he lived with in an Ottawa trailer and will seek to try him for murder as an adult.
Joseph M. Fultz, 26, was jailed on charges of felonious assault and endangering a child after police say he beat 17-month-old Leah L. Sowards on Monday.
Columbus Fire Department Lt. Ken Peters talks about the police shootout in the parking lot of the Clintonville fire station where he works.
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Columbus police have released the names of the seven officers that opened fire during a shootout Wednesday morning in Clintonville.
Columbus attorney Jeffrey Lee Terbeek was ordered permanently disbarred by the Ohio Supreme Court today for misappropriating a client's funds.