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Facts Not Fear: who is most at risk for the coronavirus?

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With health officials in the state of Washington announcing the nation’s first COVID-19 death, many are now taking a closer look at who is most susceptible to having...Read more

Seven Greek organizations under investigation at OSU

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The investigation into some groups can go faster for chapters that accept responsibility, according to university officials.Read more

Seven people displaced after south Columbus house fire

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The fire happened in the 1000 block of South Ohio Avenue.Read more

One person dead after single-vehicle crash in northeast Columbus

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According to Columbus police, a female driver was traveling westbound on Broadview Road and approaching the intersection of Cherry Bottom Road in a Lexus when she failed...Read more

Police search for suspect after robbery at High Street business near Ohio State’s campus

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The Ohio State University has issued a public safety notice following a robbery near campus.Read more

Pataskala police hoping for retention, salvation with March's final vote

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Pataskala Police have been facing an ongoing staffing issue the last few years.Read more

UFC returning to Columbus at Nationwide Arena in March 2020

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The company will host "UFC Fight Night" on Saturday, March 28.Read more

Arnold Sports Festival to screen all athletes due to coronavirus concerns

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The Arnold Medical Team, directed by Mount Carmel Health System, will screen all athletes at check-in during the 2020 Arnold Sports Festival.Read more

Athlete of the Week: Ellie Andrews

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Ellie Andrews just won a pair of individual state swimming championships in the 100-breast stroke and the 200-individual medley.Read more

Death of 2-year-old boy in Columbus ruled a homicide

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Clifford "Jace" Stark III died at Nationwide Children's Hospital in October 2019. New documents reveal his death was ruled a homicide and that there is evidence of a...Read more

Gov. DeWine, state groups announce plan for suicide prevention efforts in Ohio

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DeWine says the Suicide Prevention Plan for Ohio is meant to guide discussions and strategies among advocates, health partners and state agencies in the ongoing effort...Read more