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Browns receiver protests shootings

Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins says he was moved to wear a T-shirt protesting shootings in Ohio out of fear something could one day happen to his son.


Gas prices below $2.50/gallon

Columbus drivers start the new work week with gas prices at their lowest levels since 2009.


Back-to-school tax holiday

Ohio back-to-school shoppers would get a three-day reprieve from Ohio's sales tax under a bill headed to Gov. John Kasich's desk.

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Bengals spoil Johnny Football’s debut

Johnny Manziel spent his first NFL start being chased and taunted by Cincinnati defenders as the Bengals rudely welcomed the hyped rookie quarterback to the league with a 30-0 demolition of the Browns on Sunday.

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Man shoots armed intruder

Police say an armed man was shot to death while trying to break into a Far West Side home late Friday night.

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Deadly shooting outside North Side bar

A bar fight turned deadly on the North Side early Saturday morning.

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Wrong-way driver killed in head-on crash

A 29-year-old man who was driving the wrong way on a freeway near downtown died when his car crashed into another vehicle early Sunday morning.


Manziel’s mojo

Browns offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan is going to send in a play from the sideline and then hold his breath. There's no telling what Johnny Manziel might do with it.

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Woman killed, four hurt in school bus crash

A 21-year-old woman walking along a busy downtown sidewalk was killed and four other people, including another pedestrian, were hurt Friday morning when a pickup slammed into the side of a school bus with enough force to drive it onto the sidewalk.


Moving weekend at The James

Building the hospital was a big job; moving the patients in is a big and delicate one and it’s what staffers at the James Cancer Hospital at OSU are doing this weekend.

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DeWine addresses police training

In the wake of police-involved shootings in Cleveland, Missouri, and New York that have prompted protests and calls for changes to police procedures and improved community relations, Ohio’s top law enforcement official wants to take a look at how police officers are trained.

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1 dead in pickup/bus crash

One person was killed and three others injured when a pickup collided with a Groveport-Madison Local Schools bus at the intersection of Broad and High streets in downtown Columbus Friday morning.

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Man found dead inside East Side apartment

Police were looking for clues after an out-of-state 911 caller alerted them to an apparent homicide inside an East apartment.


Statehouse all-nighter produces redistricting plan

A bipartisan agreement to overhaul the way Ohio draws its legislative districts has passed the state Senate after negotiations carried into Friday morning.

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Bargain booze

Year-end clearance! Rock-bottom prices!! They’re selling out to the bare walls!!! At the state liquor store.

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Bills curb tanning, traffic cams

Before adjourning for the year, the Ohio Senate approved measures restricting the use of red-light cameras and prohibiting the use of tanning beds by minors without their parents’ permission.


Execution bill clears Senate

An Ohio bill that supporters say is needed to restart executions in the state has passed the Senate.

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15-day sentence for school data czar

A former top data official for the Columbus City Schools has been sentenced to 15 days in jail for his role in the attendance scrubbing scandal at the state's largest district.

By 5:00 a.m. Friday, the ramp at Cleveland Ave. and I-270 will be open in its new configuration. -Image courtesy Ohio Dept. of Transportation

NE Side ramp changes

Construction crews are wrapping up work for the year on the ramp at I-270 and Cleveland Avenue on the Northeast Side and it should be completed by the Friday morning commute, weather permitting, according to the Ohio Department of Transportation.

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New approach to child abduction response

Ohio law enforcement officials revamped the state’s approach for responding to reports of child abduction.

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REVIEW: Surprising talent creates weird onscreen magic in ‘Foxcatcher’

This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Channing Tatum, left, and Mark Ruffalo in a scene from "Foxcatcher."

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REVIEW: ‘Wild’ is both unsettling and triumphant

This image released by Fox Searchlight Pictures shows Reese Witherspoon in a scene from the film, "Wild."

Reese Witherspoon leaves her comfort zone as real-life hiker Cheryl Strayed in "Wild."