City officials will interview its first group of nine candidates who have applied to be the next Columbus Police Chief. The group does not include anyone with ties to the Columbus police.
The parents of a 20-year-old fraternity pledge who died from alcohol poisoning after an alleged hazing ritual in March have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the fraternity and several of its members.
Gov. Mike DeWine has signed into law a $465 million bill meant to help lower-income Ohioans pay for rent and mortgages.
The batting average in Major League Baseball is currently the lowest in more than 50 years.
Around 500,000 Ohioans may be struggling with long COVID, and the health care system can't keep up.
State labor officials say people collecting unemployment benefits will soon have to once again prove they're looking for work to quality.
All Ohio students could be eligible for vouchers to go to any private school in the state under a bill being proposed by House Republicans.
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio is seeking an independent company to conduct an audit of two coal plants owned by the Ohio Valley Electric Corporation, or OVEC. The plants receive hundreds of millions of dollars in subsidies from Ohio ratepayers.
Local high schools are dusting off recordings of Pomp and Circumstance, preparing to graduate the Class of 2021. Even more so than the previous graduating class, these seniors are heading out into the world after an academic year completely overshadowed by COVID-19, impacting their choices for life after receiving their diploma.
The City of Columbus is stepping up its efforts to boost affordable housing. Mayor Andrew Ginther and other city and community leaders announced on Monday a $10 million city investment in a public/private partnership. It's part of the upcoming capital budget.
The Columbus Crew will now be known as Columbus SC, or Columbus soccer club, a rebranding that drew quick criticism from the team's biggest supporters Sunday.
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