A sculpture designed to honor the memory of Breonna Taylor in Oakland, California has been vandalized. Taylor is the woman wrongfully murdered by police earlier this year in Louisville, Kentucky. The sculpture of Taylor was just recently installed in Oakland two weeks ago. Police are on the search for those responsible for destroying the art. […]

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  Tensions have flared in Downtown Columbus over the last few days in response to the murder of George Floyd. Locals have come together to express their frustrations surrounding police brutality. While some protests remain peaceful, others unfortunately escalate out of control. This has caused the Columbus Police Department to announce a state of emergency […]

Government and health officials from Ohio said Tuesday evening that this year’s Arnold Sports Festival will go on as scheduled, but because of the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, the trade show will be canceled and spectators will not be allowed. Gov. Mike DeWine and Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther held a joint press conference where […]

Beginning today, the ParkColumbus mobile payment app and parking meter rate recommendations will go into effect in the downtown area. This also includes a new meter structure and time limits at more than 2,800 downtown meters. The ParkColumbus app will be used at all metered parking spaces in downtown Columbus. Some of the changes parkers will […]

Downtowners and others will notice a big change in parkin come February. In hopes of making the meters in the downtown area run smoother, the Columbus Department of Public Service says it will be adding more accessible parking options and help make parking more predictable. The city will be utilizing no time limit meters with rates […]


At least three people have been found injured following a partial building collapse in downtown Cincinnati. The incident occurred around 1 p.m. at 151 West 4th St. near Vine Street. The building has been under construction recently and was still in progress at the time. According to officials on scene, construction crews were in the […]

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  The City of Columbus is looking to ease downtown traffic congestion and improve safety with a 12-month pilot program that began Monday. The city is partnering with curbFlow, a mobility company that will allow delivery and rideshare drivers to reserve and pay for parking, using the curbFlow app. City leaders selected nine locations, primarily […]


  A man led police on a pretty wild ride last night! Authorities have arrested the man who led officers on a multi-city chase before taking things a step further by stealing a police cruiser. The incident began at about 1 o’clock in the morning in Reynoldsburg, where police tried to stop the suspect, who […]


A three car crash occurred in downtown Columbus yesterday leaving one child injured. The incident also sent one vehicle into the side of a newly opened coffee shop. Columbus Police were on the scene in the area of North Sixth and East Long streets in downtown Columbus interviewing witnesses to find out exactly what happened. […]

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It’s FINALLY gonna happen , the downtown commission has approved knocking down 9 buildings downtown to make way for the new Crew SC stadium the building includes a couple of garages , a boat launch station and a salt barn. The Crew SC wants to host games in the new stadium in 2021 after announcing […]

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Save The Ta-Ta’s!! Today was the official 2019 Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure! The event was held in downtown Columbus and more than 21,000 people took to the city streets wearing pink to show their support for the movement, making it the largest in the country! The event began at 7 a.m. with […]

Commuters in Columbus can now take a free ride on the self-driving vehicle throughout Downtown now as apart of the city’s Smart Circuit. Three vehicles that loop around downtown Columbus made its debut Monday morning. The route includes stops at COSI, the National Veterans Memorial and Museum, the Smart Columbus Experience Center and Bicentennial Park. […]