Leaders with the Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints on Coffman Road gave NBC4 a close look at what vandals left behind.
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Fans of the Columbus Crew SC are devastated, after learning their team might be moving to Austin, Texas.
Nick Ashill was released from the hospital Sunday evening, and his family is doing their best to make him feel comfortable
Columbus Police officers arrested a Walnut Ridge High School student after finding a gun and several magazines in his backpack Friday.
In a historic change, the Boy Scouts said they will let girls into the cub scouts starting next year.
Lawmakers will meet with parole officers this week as the Reagan Tokes Act has been officially assigned to the criminal justice committee an…
Reagan Tokes’ death has legislators and the Service Employees International Union wanting changes made to the way parolees are watched.
Religious leaders in the Columbus community came together to remember the victims of the victims of the Las Vegas Shooting. Rev. Richard Bur…
The Ohio Department of Public Safety sent NBC4 Investigates their report of their findings following the Fire Ball accident.
Reagan Tokes’ name brings back so many emotions for people in central Ohio.
Back in 1982, Hugh Hefner built the Playboy Club in east Columbus. The club was open until 1985.
Wednesday morning Kristin Boggs, state representative, officially introduced the “Reagan Tokes Act” at the state house.
Wednesday morning the “Reagan Tokes Act” will be formally introduced at the Ohio Statehouse.
It was a homicide that shocked and scared residents in Central Ohio. William Parker said he was deeply touched by it.
The death of Judy Malinowski has now been officially ruled a homicide, according to a coroner’s report.