Mayor Michael B. Coleman, City Council members and City Auditor Hugh J. Dorrian today proposed an $842 million voted bond package to be placed on the Nov. 5 ballot.
Authorities say an Ohio woman who buried her mother in her yard and cashed the dead woman's Social Security checks for 14 years has been sentenced to 30 days in prison.
A west Columbus man is facing charges Tuesday night in connection to gunfire that sent a 3-year-old girl to the hospital on Friday.
Columbus police say the man was allegedly caught videotaping people from his vehicle in the parking lot of the pool, which is located at 240 Oakland Avenue.
Columbus police detectives say a shooting victim was found more than a half mile from the scene of the shooting Tuesday evening.
Police are investigating a pizza delivery driver robbed at gunpoint in south Columbus.
Two-year-old Patrick Bibbee of Columbus doesn't say much, but he delivered a powerful message yesterday to members of Ohio's congressional delegation: Children's hospitals deserve support.
A FedEx truck struck a house in which a person was sleeping Tuesday morning. According to fire officials, the driver sideswiped two vehicles and then hit the front of a house, located at Maize Road and North Broadway.
Police say one person was taken into custody on Tuesday afternoon after a reported shooting.
Troopers arrested a Columbus man after allegedly finding him in possession of four pounds of hydroponic marijuana and a gun during a traffic stop on Friday.
When it came time to look at cities doing economic development the right way, Fort Worth officials fixed their gaze on Columbus.
A jury in central Ohio has ruled that a church should pay $3.6 million to a woman who was sexually assaulted by a former pastor when she was a teenager.
Thieves broke into a south Columbus business by busting a hole in the side of the building.
This Columbus hotel is 10 minutes' drive to Central Columbus and Ohio State University.
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Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says a man who solicited money he falsely claimed would go to help veterans has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison.