A local developer says he wants to bring an iconic skyscraper that was torn down in 1988 back to Columbus.

The state auditor is investigating the alleged theft of more than 17 thousand dollars from a Worthington City Schools owned vending machine over the course of six years. 

A federal judge has declined to compel Michigan-based Trinity Health Corporation to pay for a doctor's defense against murder charges in the deaths of 25 patients. 

New Albany-based L Brands is reporting a decline in holiday sales.  

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Gahanna police have identified the vehicle passenger killed Wednesday after a pursuit. 

Ohio Public Radio

Ohio's Secretary of State has ordered county election officials  to be on guard for the possibility of a cyber attack from Iran, citing a spike in suspicious activity around the  country. 

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Ohio Attorney General David Yost wants state and community leaders to send a message that there's help available for victims of human trafficking.

President Trump used his first campaign election rally of 2020 to argue that he served up "American justice" by ordering a drone strike to take out a top Iranian commander:

A federal magistrate judge has ordered a man be extradited from California to Ohio to face charges of threatening to shoot up Ohio State University and hurt football players. 

Gahanna police say a passenger in a car fleeing officers was killed last night when the vehicle crashed at Clark State and Headley Roads. 

An urgent statewide call is out for blood donors. 

Smart Columbus

An automated shuttle service is about to launch in a Columbus neighborhood.

Thousands of dollars are being spent on President Trump's campaign stop in Toledo today. 


U.S. Housing and Urban Development officials were in Columbus Wednesday for a trio of announcements regarding the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority. 

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President Trump is scheduled to appear in Toledo Thursday for the first campaign visit of this election year.

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Republican U.S. Senator Rob Portman of Ohio says he is opposed to American attacks on Iranian cultural sites as a response to that country's retaliation for the drone strike that killed a top general. 

An Ohio Highway Patrol trooper has been indicted in Richland County on charges of mishandling seized prescription drugs.

A judge has rejected a request by several Ohio cities to delay part of the state's new gun law. 

Columbus-based Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams is issuing a mandatory recall of a non-dairy frozen dessert due to concerns over an undeclared milk allergen.  

Westerville City Council Tuesday approved a resolution saying  the city will officially allow refugees to resettle in the community. 

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Republican Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose says candidates for the March presidential primary ballot have been certified.  

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The Columbus Board of Education swore in new members and elected a new president and vice president Tuesday night.


Ohio wildlife officials say a pair of bald eagles who lost their nest have relocated.

A Dublin restaurant has closed permanently after operating for more than 20 years. 

Dublin City Council Monday tabled indefinitely an ordinance restricting short-term rentals. 

Columbus police have charged a man with felonious assault following a domestic violence incident. 

A former Ohio State University swimmer has added his name to the list of atheletes who have accused the late former team doctor Richard Strauss of sexual assault, abuse and inappropriate behavior.

The Chinese auto glass maker Fuyao has announced a 46 million dollar expansion of its plant in Moraine, adding 100 jobs.  

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Ohio’s Medicaid program has unveiled a new tool designed to help cut down on confusion when it comes to prescription drugs.

Franklin County officials today released preliminary overdose death statistics for the first nine months of 2019.