The 614

The 614

Reports said an 11-year-old girl caught Monday with a loaded gun on a school bus told police she had it because she is tired of “being picked on all the time.”

Five people are recovering after being shot outside a strip club in north Columbus following a large fist fight, according to police.

Food and soda bottles flew in a Westerville hibachi restaurant when a man attacked store employees before fighting another bystander near him, video from the restaurant security camera showed.

A recent survey found residents of Columbus, Ohio, swear the most out of America’s 30 biggest cities.

According to NBC4i, A case filed by Columbus City Attorney Zach Klein has handed down thousands of dollars in fines to an area mall after the owners failed to meet a deadline. Eastland Mall Holdings, LLC, which bought Eastland Mall in 2015 for $9.7 million, now faces a $3,500 fine, according to Franklin County Municipal […]

One of the most notorious serial killers Jeffrey Dahmer attended The Ohio State University and lived in Morrill Tower in 1978

A Cincinnati man accused of flying into the Bengals’ stadium mid-game is just one of two people facing prison time over illegal drone operations at sporting events.

A Dayton man is facing up to 20 years in prison for a fraud scheme in which he pretended to be a Ghanian prince to steal more than $800,000 from his victims.

A  Columbus science teacher has been suspended after being charged with allegedly creating and possessing child pornography.

Hundreds of public school students in central Ohio have the power to leave campus during the day – not for lunch or recess, but for Bible-based education.

At a status conference Monday, Hamilton County Common Pleas Court Judge Christian Jenkins said he is extending the temporary restraining order against Ohio’s heartbeat bill until at least Oct. 12

September is Ohio Sickle Cell Awareness Month   On Eye on the Community, I had another opportunity to speak with the Executive Director, Annie Ross-Womack. We talked about what events are planned throughout September Sickle Cell Awareness Month. We got an update on if there were any advances in helping people with Sickle Disease and/or […]