The Upper Arlington Police Department is trying to educate students and parents about a growing concern of drugs being bought and sold on In…
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The US House of Representatives passed a bill that would allow qualified concealed carry permit owners to carry or possess their concealed w…
Ohio State’s Office Student Life stepped up to provide 15 buses that will take about 800 students to Indianapolis which is nearly three hour…
City leaders in Powell lead a roundtable discussion involving parents with children enrolled in Olentangy City Schools.
One local marine wants to provide a solution to homeless and at-risk veterans he sees on the streets every day.
Ultra Megs Incorporated, for the first time, decided to hand out free meals, a free hygiene kit, even prayed to those who need it the most.
A Special Wish Foundation, an organization who grants wishes to children who are under the age of 21 and are diagnosed with a life-threateni…
There are small reminders throughout Kirkersville of the tragedy that happened six months ago.
It’s been nearly six months since three people were shot and killed by Thomas Hartless who killed him self after.
Some homeowners here in Central Ohio are getting official-looking notices in their mailboxes.
The Ohio House of Representatives has passed a bill to require photo identification on food stamp cards.
President Trump’s declared Thursday that the opioid epidemic is a national health emergency.
The Syringe Access at Safe Point is aimed to keep clients alive and as healthy as possible until they want to go into treatment.
Motorcyclists and people with the Lima Company Memorial gathered at the Scioto Downs parking lot to escort the Eyes of Freedom pairings to C…
Amber Duffield said her son, Tyler Jarrell, was humbled, determined, and ready to change the world.