Last week, the Columbus Division of Police launched a new website with the hopes of receiving tips that will help conclude unsolved murders in central Ohio. Robert Strausbaugh is the Major Crimes Bureau Commander and is responsible for handling all Columbus homicide investigations. The new website was his idea after he realized that CPD had […]

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The Community Festival, better known as Comfest has been operating annually since that late 70’s in Columbus. The fest is a free celebration of community organizations, artists, performers and volunteers. Comfest is the largest volunteer led festival in the country and while it’s usually held in Goodale Park, it will be virtual for the first […]


  Unless you enjoy shopping online, COVID-19 has put a huge wrench in the plans of consumers. With everything being shut down or using a restricted schedule, business has not been booming for most. Today, shopping malls reopened in Ohio and many new practices have been set in place in efforts to keep us all […]

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The hockey season might be done but that won’t stop our Blue Jackets from stepping up and helping out the community. In the next three weeks, the Columbus Blue Jackets will hold online auctions that will include autographed team merchandise and memorabilia. These online auctions held by the Columbus Blue Jackets will be donated to […]


  Arkansas high school resource officer, Jake Perry has been “relieved of duty” after video evidence of him putting a student in a chokehold was posted online. In the video Perry is seen choking a student out so intensely that he lifts the child off the ground. The incident looks to have taken place in the […]


  Facebook isn’t only taking over the digital world but also city to city, Facebook is making its mark and adding to the economy along the way. Today, the 15th Facebook data center officially went online in New Albany, Ohio. Many citizens of the New Albany neighborhood had no idea the social media giant had […]


  The holidays are swiftly approaching. With the rise of the season, one must think of how to enjoy the holidays and how to give back to those in need. Many people suffer during this season of love and family, but most affected are innocent children. In efforts to make a change for kids all […]


  Columbus City Schools are kicking off another busy school year next week and this time around officials are planning to make things easier to register students online. They have initiated a new enrollment system to help save families time getting kids ready for school. Residents can now go to the school system’s website and […]

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So as everyone on the East Coast of the United States was recovering from the final “Scandal” episode of the year….that girl Beyonce (who is…


Whitney Houston’s funeral service will be streamed online this weekend. A single video camera will be placed in the New Hope Baptist Church in the singer’s hometown of Newark, New Jersey, and the footage will be made available to media outlets through the Associated Press. The funeral, which will be held on Saturday at noon, […]