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More than 6 million registered voters in Ohio will be mailed an application for an absentee ballot today, but do you know when you can vote in the Nov. 4 election? It's easy to understand why Ohioans might be confused.
5 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch
Israeli soldiers from the Tzabar Battalion of the Givati Brigade raise their signs to say thank you to Rivka Cherney and all her donors for the gifts.
In November, there will be a lot more craft beer at Polaris Fashion Place. The Brass Tap expects to open its 80 taps late that month next to Barnes & Noble in the mall's outdoor section.
Grieving family members say the fact the home was full of children is evidence the person who killed Michael is a threat to all of us.
Columbus police were called just after 6:30 p.m. to the Wendy's restaurant at 1054 E. Broad St. on a report of a shooting.
A man running from a double-shooting scene on the South Side in July was captured on a neighbor's surveillance camera, Columbus police said.
The U.S. attorney's office asked a federal judge today to sentence fugitive Amer Ahmad in absentia because Ahmad fled to Pakistan in April while he was awaiting sentencing.
Police were investigating a break-in at a Radio Shack store in west Columbus. It happened around 6:00 Thursday morning along West Broad Street.
Be ready to sit in traffic while you're trying to wring those last few drops out of summer over the Labor Day weekend.
The low operating costs of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which carries about 200 passengers, has made nonstop flights from London to cities the size of Columbus economically feasible.
The Common Core Standard, in its first year in Ohio schools, is in danger of being repealed by lawmakers in Columbus.
Neighbors who ran to help Jayme West say the bullet struck the girl in the chest and shrapnel went clean through to her back.
Columbus Police are investigating after a child is accused of trying to bring a gun into an East Columbus charter school.
Columbus-based Continental Office Environments will be moving its Pittsburgh office to a new 13,000-square foot building located between Heinz Field and PNC Park on the North Shore.
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Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 06:40 am
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