COLUMBUS (Ken Hines) — A series of explosions that began early Friday morning damaged surrounding roads and buildings, and closed several Downtown streets and businesses. The explosions were first reported at approximately 1:30 a.m. in the area of 136 E. Broad St., and led to power outages at several Downtown buildings, some of which were […]

No arrests have been made in connection with the murder of a 53-year-old Beachwood woman. Aliza Sherman was the mother of four and a nurse…

5 people are injured this morning after a car crashed into a downtown building. At 10 a.m., a cab driver lost control of the car and slammed through the window of L’appat patisserie & café. Columbus police is currently covering the scene, which is located on 100 Long Street. Those who were injured include three […]

Tonight in downtown Columbus the big fireworks display will officially kick off Independence day 2012.

Via ABC6 COLUMBUS — The Ohio State Highway Patrol and the bomb squad are on the scene of an apparent bomb threat in front of the Rhodes Tower and near the Ohio Statehouse. They are investigating duffel bags at the entrance of the Rhodes Tower.  The lobby is closed and the building has been evacuated.  Broad […]

A stabbing and a shooting have just occured this afternoon in downtown Columbus! We’re getting more details but here is what we’ve found so far Via Dispatch Columbus police shot a man on a Downtown street shortly before 1 p.m. today after responding to a call about multiple stabbings inside a building. Jim Gilbert, president […]

Columbus is undergoing some major changes, especially Downtown. On it’s way to being the next metropolis, city and state organizations are working hard to create some unique and useful changes to downtown. Check out some of the ideas that may place Columbus higher in the ranks of an “A” list city. VIA COLUMBUS UNDERGROUND The […]