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Republican Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor is concerned about a constitutional amendment on the fall ballot. 

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Columbus Mayor Andy Ginther says he will soon submit legislation to City Council regarding the use of ride-sharing scooters and bicycles. 

The Franklin County Coroner is reporting five overdose deaths in the past 24 hours. The deaths are on top of at least 13 others in the past week.

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 Columbus City Schools were closed Wednesday because of continued high heat and humidity. 

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 30 million Americans live with diabetes, and the numbers continue to climb. 

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Franklin County officials are scheduled to break ground today on a new Forensic Science Center. 

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Clark County Sheriff's deputies have recaptured the inmate who escaped from the county jail Tuesday. 

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Charges are pending against an Ohio Highway Patrol trooper accused of recording nude minors in Ashland County.  

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The lawsuit to keep the Columbus Crew SC from moving to Texas went to court yesterday. 

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Columbus is one several Ohio school districts with buildings lacking air conditioning.  

 Columbus City Schools are closed today, due to continued high heat and humidity.  

Five months after the Columbus City Schools Facilities Task Force began to look at the future footprint of the district, the school board last night heard six preliminary suggestions on streamlining, realigning, and closing buildings

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Democratic Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, who is considering a 2020 presidential run, is planning a string of appearances in Ohio this week. 

The Veterans Free Clothing Store in Franklinton was robbed Sunday for the 14th time this year.  

Four Columbus recreation centers will stay open late Tuesday, and another six will offer programming for seniors, to help residents escape extreme heat and humidity.

Franklin County Commissioners are scheduled to vote Tuesday to hire a consulting firm that will examine local economic development programs.

Ohio has been gaining jobs over the last few years, and its unemployment rate hit its lowest level in 17 years a few months ago.

CCS To Dismiss Early Tuesday Because Of Heat

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The Columbus City Schools have announced they will close early Tuesday, due to high heat and humidity.

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The North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance has chosen Columbus to host the Gay Softball World Series in August of 2020. 

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The Chillicothe mill that produces carbonless paper is being sold to a private equity firm. 

Columbus police say a motorcyle rider was killed in a crash early Sunday. 

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A new Washington Post poll shows 60 percent of Americans disapprove of President Trump's job peformance, and 49 percent say impeachment proceedings should begin immediately. 

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FirstEnergy Solutions blames the current energy market for deciding to close its Ohio coal plant within the next four years. 

Columbus Public Health is reporting the city's first case of West Nile Virus this season. 

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Union County Sheriff's deputies have arrested a man following a situation inside the Honda plant in Marysville on Friday. 

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Columbus police officials say the officer involved in a fatal shooting on August 23 is also the subject of a criminal investigation. 

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Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer is pushing back on the reasons for his three-game suspension with claims that don't fully square with details laid out in the investigation that led to his punishment.

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The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati has upheld a lawsuit by the widow of former Ohio State football star Jim Stillwagon. 

Columbus police last night seized a kilo of fentanyl, four guns and 10 thousand dollars cash while arresting four people during a raid of a Hilltop drug house. 

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An updated lawsuit claims a Clark County Sheriff's deputy should not have been armed when he shot a Springfield News-Sun photographer last year.  

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