Earlier this week, we told you about a cat hoarding situation where 160 felines were removed from a Gahanna home.
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Workers in downtown Columbus are rallying behind an injured hawk that has a broken leg.
It was a cold and mostly calm day on the roadways during Wednesday evening’s commute, but ODOT said its always watching and ready for the ne…
Columbus City Council is considering proposed legislation to regulate hookah lounges.
Local families who will be receiving these gifts said Firefighters for Kids saved their Christmas.
The attempt to repeal net neutrality is triggering protests across the country, including here in Columbus.
Since 2011, babies born dependent on drugs has doubled at the Adena Regional Medical Center.
Did you know that one female dog and her offspring can produce 67,000 dogs in six years?
Judge Reece set a tentative trial date for July 6th, 2018.
Weeks after a child brought a gun to an elementary school, Marion City Schools is inviting parents to share their input on student safety.
The FDA is warning pet owners against giving dogs “bone treats” after dozens of reports of illness and at least 15 deaths.
A big opportunity for an Ohio State assistant coach is now gone after protests at the University of Tennessee.
He hasn’t missed seeing the big game in-person for 61 years and he hasn’t missed a single Ohio State home game in 43 years.
A favorite local diner is continuing its annual tradition of offering a free Thanksgiving dinner to the community on Tuesday.
Mayor Andrew Ginther announced his $890.6 million budget proposal yesterday afternoon. Two-thirds or $601.7 million is being allocated for p…