The latest ranking by Forbes Magazine of the world's 400 wealthiest people shows local billionaire Les Wexner remains the richest Ohioan. 

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Officials at Columbus State Community College are announcing a new partnership with Amazon to offer cloud-computing courses beginning next month.  

Alaska Airlines says it will offer daily nonstop flights between Columbus and Seattle, starting in March.

The Ohio Department of Health says a 73-year-old Hancock County woman is the first state resident to contract salmonella from pre-cut melons.

Federal health officials say a salmonella outbreak linked to pre-cut melon has sickened 60 people in Ohio and four other Midwestern states. 

Internet retailer Amazon plans to build a distribution center in West Jefferson. 

Amazon has been one of President Trump's favorite targets on Twitter.

He has accused the company of not collecting taxes (which it does), charged it with putting retailers out of business — and focused his attacks on the tech company's relationship with the Postal Service.

So the president might be surprised to learn that one of Amazon's biggest customers is, in fact, the federal government. Amazon's relationship with the government goes well beyond delivering packages — to playing a vital role in protecting America's national security secrets.

Cincinnati made a wide-ranging pitch to land Amazon's second headquarters by using urban cool and culture along with tax breaks.

New Albany billionaire Les Wexner is again the richest man in Ohio, according to this year's list by Forbes Magazine of the wealthiest people in the world. 

Ohio economic development officials say Cincinnati lost its bid to host Amazon's second headquarters because the city lacks enough tech workers.

Ohio's Congressional delegation has sent a letter to online retailer Amazon pitching Columbus as the location for a second headquarters.  

Columbus is the only Ohio city to make Amazon's list of 20 finalists for a second company headquarters. 

A new study by the progressive-leaning think tank Policy Matters Ohio shows one in ten Amazon employees or family members in the state received food stamp benefits in August of last year. 

Online retailer Amazon plans to hire 14 hundred additional workers for its distribution centers in Obetz and Etna Township.

Amazon plans to open a store in the OSU campus area to allow students can pick up the items they've ordered online.

Retail giant Amazon says it plans to build a wind farm near Kenton.

Amazon is expanding its central Ohio delivery service. The retailer says it'll build two distribution hubs in Obetz and Etna to handle demand.

Online retailer Amazon says it will operate an air cargo network out of the Wilmington Air Park in Clinton County.

Online retailer Amazon has confirmed plans to open two new fulfillment centers in Obetz and Etna.

Amazon is now collecting state sales tax thanks to a new agreement that means the company will put three data and cloud computing facilities in central Ohio. 

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Amazon has announced a Midwest expansion in central Ohio that will include one thousand well-paying jobs over the next several years. 

Dublin Officials Mulling Tax Breaks For Amazon

Sep 11, 2014

The city of Dublin is considering offering Amazon 500 thousand dollars in tax breaks to build a data center there.