More stories by Marcus Thorpe
In the fire service, it is a numbers game. Using the manpower you have, to try and get to the fire or EMS call as quickly as you can is alwa…
In just a few days, investigators have had the massacres in Pike County on their plate for a full three months.
At Family Missionary Baptist Church, they work hard on Sunday’s to get the message across to the congregation.
It’s all hands on deck as police make sure Red White & BOOM! is safe for everyone.
Later today, a local group is holding a class for anyone that wants to learn a few techniques that could help save a victim of violence from…
NBC4 Grill Masters Mike Jackson, Jerod Smalley, Olivia Fecteau and Marcus Thorpe are releasing, for the first time, their very own secret bu…
NBC4 has done many stories in the past few years on the drug problem in communities and the lives it is taking every single day.
The animals at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium are like rock stars, and they eat like it.
A food pantry serving the Gahanna community is devastated after someone stole food cards worth thousands of dollars.
The fight against prescription drug abuse takes another big step this weekend.
It’s prom season, and that often means the temptation for teens to party with alcohol.
We are all familiar with food banks in the area, but there is a special one serving a special group of men and women.
Thousands of people come to Columbus for the many events held in the city, and advocates against human trafficking are using soap to provide…
When there is a tragedy, especially one that involves a young person, there is so much grief that surrounds the community.
Hany Baransi was at home Thursday night when he got a message from one of his cooks that a man with a machete was in his restaurant.