Firefighters spend their days serving the community, but on Saturday, many of them chose to give back in a different way.
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Tracie Pearson had a busy day planned for Thanksgiving, but she started the day by giving back.
Lawmakers in the Ohio House of Representatives voted a bill favorably out of committee that seeks to ban abortions in cases where an unborn …
Riding a skateboard is hard enough when you’re able to see what you’re doing.
Setting off fireworks in Ohio could be legal by 2020, if changes to the current law go into effect.
A man accused of shooting and killing a 26-year-old in north Columbus is now being held on $1 million bond.
A big change is here for drivers in north Columbus: new ramps on the north side of Interstate 270 are finally opening.
The first day of school for Columbus City Schools began dark and early Wednesday at the bus garage.
Hours from now, people across central Ohio and across the nation will be watching the solar eclipse.
Want to know what your kid will need before heading back to school? Find your local school district’s supply list here!
Following the rape, kidnapping and murder of an Ohio State student in early 2017, some service industry workers will be meeting on Thursday …
Two people have died after a vehicle crashed into a lake in southeast Columbus.
The man convicted of killing a Columbus Division of Police SWAT officer will spend his life in prison without the possibility of parole.
The morning after the Greenbriar Village mobile home park was flooded, neighbors returned to their homes to look at the damage and clean up.
A woman accused of hiding the body of an overdose victim in a closet and later brushing the victim’s teeth and wiping her body to conceal ev…