Several more SWAT officers testified Thursday afternoon in the death penalty case of a man accused of killing a Columbus police officer.
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Columbus police SWAT officers testified about the night they carried on during a barricade situation, even after one of their fellow officer…
Monday was the first day of testimony in the trial of a man accused of killing a Columbus police officer.
Neighbors near Hoover Reservoir have seen teens dive into the water before Saturday’s deadly incident.
Heavily armed men and women, many in full combat gear, marched through downtown Columbus Friday morning.
Police officers from 35 states are training on bikes in the city of Delaware on large crowd management.
The man accused of with killing a Columbus police officer and setting fire to his and his ex wife’s homes in April of last year faced a Fran…
One person was arrested Friday after a high speed chase across Franklin County.
A crisis is brewing for 50 to 60 animal rescues and shelters as the source of their cheap food stopped.
Construction season is underway and that means more orange barrels, especially on county roads and bridges.
Green Lawn Cemetery held a Memorial Day service where thousands of military veterans from all branches of service dating as far back as the …
A local Gold Star family was honored last week during “All American Week” at Fort Bragg Army base in North Carolina.
The National Weather Service has confirmed three separate tornadoes touched down in Clark and Miami Counties Wednesday night.
On Wednesday the Licking County Trauma Informed Approaches Summit, planned nearly a year ago, is a poignant reminder of the lingering effect…
A local motel is being forced to close and will be boarded up by the city of Columbus as a public nuisance.