Hundreds headed to the Columbus Metropolitan Library on Monday to get a pair of free solar eclipse glasses.
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This year, there is one attraction that had to be cut short after members of the community were outraged.
Police say a bank robbery turned into a bomb scare Thursday afternoon after a man left behind a suspicious box.
Deputies are searching for the driver of a vehicle after a bicyclist was killed in a crash along Agler Road.
The solar eclipse is only a week away.
You can expect to see even more orange barrels out in Columbus as The Ohio Department of Transportation announces their plans for the south …
Beautiful works of art are on display at the Cultural Arts Center in Downtown Columbus.
School lunch prices in some districts are on the rise.
Thousands will gather this Saturday at Livingston Park to kick off The National African American Male Wellness Walk, but it’s so much more t…
Jeffrey Holsinger faced a judge Tuesday afternoon and entered a not guilty plea by reason of insanity.
The oxycodone pills are still missing and not only has this led to an investigation, Prosecutor Ron O’Brien says this could change how juror…
Ticket counters are not as busy this year at the Ohio State Fair, as numbers show a drop in attendance.
It’s that time of the year–back to school shopping and the sales tax holiday August 4, 5, and 6.
As the month of August kicks off and Columbus City Schools begin class in 21 days, about one in five of Columbus third graders face repeatin…
A long-time staple in German Village, the original Max & Erma’s location on South Third Street will soon be closing its doors soon.