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The Columbus International Auto Show returns to the Greater Columbus Convention Center Thursday through Sunday, showcasing the latest and ho…
More than 60 cats have been removed from a Reynoldsburg home and are in need of adoption.
School districts across central Ohio are putting out their plans for students and faculty in anticipation of national school walkout day.
The Ohio University Police Department issued a safety notice after multiple thefts in Morrill Tower.
Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther appointed 17 people to the city’s newly formed Community Safety Advisory Commission Thursday.
Education professionals are responding to President Trump’s suggestion that arming teachers would help prevent more school shootings.
Marion City School officials are responding after parents chose not to send their child to school following a rumored threat.
A middle school aged student is facing a felony charge after allegedly making threats towards Groveport-Madison Schools.
An 18-year-old Beechcroft High School student appeared in court Monday morning on charges after police say he made a threat against the scho…
Students across the nation are joining their peers in solidarity, saying they no longer feel safe in their classrooms.
Many thought of Reverend Billy Graham as “America’s Pastor,” a “World Changer.” His ministry touched many lives, including pastors and spiri…
The opiate crisis is affecting thousands of people across Ohio, including many in Franklin County.
A big change is coming to the Lutheran Social Services food pantries across Ohio.
The loss of the two fallen Westerville officers stretches beyond Westerville.
A rainy and sunless day Wednesday seemed a direct reflection of the mood of the people in Westerville.
Siemens Energy is announcing plans to close its plant in Mount Vernon.
When snow creeps into the forecast, a team of school personnel checks through a list that will help them make the decision to have a snow da…
A Columbus fire station had to make due with space heaters after its heating system broke down over the weekend.
Doctors too are not taking this flu season lightly.