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  Kicking off this week, restaurants in the Short North have partnered with the Children’s Hunger Alliance to aid in eliminating childhood hunger in our community. Over a dozen restaurants in the Short North Arts District are participating in the cause. Research shows that more than one in five children in Ohio live in households […]

The Arena Football League announced the 2019 schedule along with rule changes for the upcoming season. Last week the league announced they would be returning home to Columbus where the Columbus Destroyers played in the AFL from 2004-08. The games will be held at nationwide arena like they were before. The league features six teams and will […]

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  Six nurses and a contracted certified nurse practitioner have all been indicted on 34 charges, including involuntary manslaughter. Allegedly, the employees knowingly neglected two patients in which one of them subsequently died. According to Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, the investigation of Whetstone Gardens and Care Center discovered that one patient died as a direct […]

Kentucky State Police confirmed on Tuesday that Mansfield abduction victim Skylar Williams and suspect Ty’rell Pounds died following a shooting in Kentucky on Monday . A witness called the police stating they seen a distressed female at a gas station that was forced into a vehicle (dark colored Dodge Caravan) by a male. They also stated that the […]

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  Retail powerhouse, Kroger announced Monday, February 11, 2019 that it will be closing its doors indefinitely. This abrupt shut down will result in over 400 lost jobs for Kroger employees. The sweet and fresh smells that have intoxicated the Downtown area of Columbus for 91 years will no longer be available to appreciate. The […]

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  Last month, Ohio officially kicked off the sale of medicinal marijuana in the state. Dispensaries across the state opened their doors for business and thus far, it has been booming! Ohio officials report nearly 70 pounds of medical marijuana has been sold since retail dispensaires opened January 16th, 2019. Mark Hamlin of the Commerce […]

  The Pataskala Police Department and West Licking Joint Fire District responded to Licking Heights High School after two students reportedly overdosed Wednesday morning. It happened just before 8:15 a.m. at Licking Heights High School (4000 Mink Street Southwest). Both of the students were taken to Mount Carmel East. The 2 girls were 15 and 16 years […]

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  An 18 year old student at Worthington Kilbourne High School was taken into custody after being found with an unloaded gun and ammunition in his backpack. The student was taken to the Columbus Police headquarters for questioning. According to reports, a student notified staff members at the school after seeing a social media post […]

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  For the third day in a row, Columbus City Schools, will not open their doors. Overnight about 3-5″ of snow accumulated throughout the city of Columbus! Due to the conditions of the weather and the roads CCS, along with most other school districts have decided to close for yet another day. Weather reports show […]

Good news!  Ohio is about to have one of the largest increase in minimum wage in the last few years! Get Breaking News & Exclusive Contest in Your Inbox:   Minimum wage workers in the state are set to receive a 25 cent increase in 2019 taking it from $8.30 an hour to $8.55.  Now it […]

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Currently, four charged with murder, two charged with the cover-up. A bitter custody battle sadly turned into a murderous plot against a family of eight, which is being called the Pike County massacre.   Attorney General Mike DeWine announced Tuesday said the suspects include a father and his extended family members. “We always felt from […]

After a very ugly 26-6 escape from East Lansing, the Buckeyes despite beating the Spartans dropped to No. 9 in the the latest AP Poll. The Buckeyes, who amassed just 123 yards rushing on 43 total carries, have Maryland this week before preparing for No. 4 Michigan and their quest to crack the College Football […]