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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.
Columbus schools would be required to place a levy on the ballot in the fall that would share cash with charter schools, under a bill two state lawmakers introduced today.
Columbus plans to seek voter approval for a bond package in the Nov. 5 election, an initiative that, if approved, will fund infrastructure improvements without raising taxes.
A school bus was involved in a crash in east Columbus, according to police. The crash was reported on Kenwick Road and Berwick Blvd.
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Records show that the mother of two teens found dead last week in northwest Ohio had discovered a gun and lots of blood inside the trailer home where they lived.
Columbus police say a man and woman are dead and two officers are injured following a shootout early Wednesday in Clintonville.
As Columbus City Council held their weekly meeting on Monday evening, a neighborhood coalition held a press conference on the steps of City Hall to ask Council to reject plans by the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority to redevelop Poindexter Village.
Columbus City Schools employees -- and perhaps others in schools throughout the state -- are accused of falsifying students' records to improve their schools' standing on state report cards.
Columbus plans to refinance about $369 million in federally subsidized Build America Bonds, a decision that will stick bondholders with losses but save the city millions in interest and fees.