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A guide for first-time and experienced voters. Many Ohioans are excited to vote for the first time or again but we wanted to make sure you understood what to expect on your ballot before casting your vote. It is always good to do research on senators, judges, proposes and more to make sure you a […]

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The threat of salmonella has caused grocery stores to pull beef from the shelves. An Arizona based company, JBS Tolleson, Inc., is recalling 6.5 million pounds of beef that may contain salmonella. Packaged meat is from July 26 to September 7 and distributed nationwide. At least 57 people in 16 states reported getting sick after […]

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Attention all gamers! Soon you will be able to earn a degree from Ohio State University in competitive gaming. 10TV reports that the university created a “eSports” program that will involve classes teaching students gaming, production, business and the impact of health. The program will debut sometime in 2019. “We’re always looking for ways we […]

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You had one job buddy! Drivers in Columbus are asking what the hell is a “Cinicinnati?” The road sign directing drivers to an I-71 ramp on 17th Avenue is supposed to be “Cincinnati,” but somebody misspelled the name of the city.   A spokesperson with the Ohio Department of Transportation said the error is a contractor or […]

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Get your dollars ready! If you live in Gahanna and felt a need for a Dollar Tree well you are getting one. The company announced that their new location will be open to the public this Thursday. The new store is located at 445 Agler Road, Gahanna, OH 43230. And you know what that means? Job […]

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Millenials and women were in the forefront of the tech world. Columbus is ranked 23rd in a recent study of the nation’s top tech-talents. The study’s senior economic advisor said this helps the city’s growth include higher wages and better jobs. “We came out with our annual tech talent survey which looks at the top […]

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Will we finally have to say goodbye to our beloved team? That is the question after the Austin City Council voted in favor to bring the Crew to their city. The vote was 7-4 to move the team to Texas. “It’s been a long, emotional process,” Columbus Crew SC owner, Anthony Precourt, said. “We’re thrilled […]

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  A Columbus man, Charles Lovett, posted a video on his Facebook page showing an unnamed white man actually followed him to his home to call him the n-word and harass him about a disagreement on the road. Get Breaking News & Exclusive Contest in Your Inbox:   The racist man who was driving a Uriah’s Heating, […]

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Really? Many neighbors over the weekend woke up in fury in Clintonville after seeing their cars being vandalized. Reports of cars being spray painted and key according to 10TV. Columbus Police say they have gather reports from those who had their car vandalized but at this time there are no suspects. “It looks like somebody […]

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The bill is explained to “protect parents rights.” The Dayton Daily News reports that a bill was introduced to the Ohio House that would require schools to identify transgender students and “out” students to their parents This bill was introduced by two Republicans which the party nationally have been pushing for these types of bills […]

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Hide your kids… Zoombezi Bay is one of our favorite places to have some summer fun in Ohio. However, families need to be alert as a man was arrested for suspectingly approaching little girls. According to 10TV, a man was arrested for “violating a young girl,” at the park. The man, Phillip Lohbauer, is accused […]

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Hit them books, kids. You may know by now that CeCe love the kids! So I love to spread any exciting news that the kiddies will love. The Columbus Metropolitan Libraries are set to kick off this year’s reading challenge. It’s a nine-week program that will track the kid’s reading progress. It is free to […]