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GPS foils theft

A couple of burglars were outwitted by 21st Century technology, according to Hilliard police.


Man convicted for 1975 double slaying

A man arrested in Cleveland last August has been convicted of the murders of two family members in the Steubenville area almost 40 years ago.

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Schools locked down after teen murdered

Four Columbus high schools were placed under precautionary lockdown Wednesday morning, reportedly as a precaution against gang violence after a teenage shooting victim died hours earlier.


Boss a bully? Research says fight back

If you’ve ever had a boss who yelled at employees, ridiculed or intimidate them, new research from Ohio State suggests a little payback might be good for you.

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Dublin salutes Meyer, Buckeyes

The City of Dublin is proud that Buckeye head football coach Urban Meyer calls the city home and it’s showing its appreciation for Meyer and the Buckeyes’ winning the national college football championship.

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Bridge collapse still under investigation

A tractor-trailer driver injured during the deadly collapse of an overpass onto I-75 in Cincinnati has been identified by police as a Michigan man.

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Breakup may have sparked Kostageorge suicide

Police records show an Ohio State University athlete who had just gone through a breakup texted suicidal messages to his ex-girlfriend before he was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

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Dublin Bridge Park plan OK’ed

Plans for a major facelift on the banks of the Scioto River in Dublin took a big step forward Tuesday when the City Council approved preliminary plans for the 30.9-acre Bridge Park development on the east side of the river, north of state Route 161.

Police officers try to disperse the crowd of Ohio State fans blocking High Street in Columbus, Ohio, as they celebrate the Buckeye's 42-20 National Championship football game win over Oregon outside of campus Monday, Jan. 12, 2015.

Police review celebration response

A Columbus police spokesman says an internal investigation continues into officers' use of tear gas and pepper spray to disperse crowds following Ohio State's football championship victory.

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State of the Union response

Ohio’s senators react to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address Tuesday.

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Help sought in solving homicide

Columbus homicide detectives are asking for help tracing the last movements of a 50-year-old man who was found shot to death inside his truck on the East Side early Tuesday.


Two inmate suicides at Licking Co. jail

Two inmates have died after separate suicides in a central Ohio jail with a recent history of prisoner suicides.

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Overpass collapse kills one

Fire and emergency medical officials say a construction worker was killed and a tractor trailer driver injured when an interstate overpass undergoing demolition collapsed in Cincinnati.


Westerville vet invited to State of Union

A wounded veteran from Westerville will be one of the guests in First Lady Michelle Obama’s box for the president’s State of the Union address to Congress Tuesday night.

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Shooting victim found in truck

Police are looking for whoever shot a man whose body was found slumped over the wheel of a truck at an East Side intersection early Tuesday.

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Meetings address police-citizen relations

A day after protesters tied up traffic in Cleveland, meetings are planned in Ohio to address police-community relations.

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Ohio drivers enjoying gas price drop

Gas prices in Columbus are higher to begin the work week, but remain lower than the national average as a whole.

Photo credit: Reuters/Butler Co. Jail

Capitol attack suspect moved to new jail

A southwest Ohio man charged with plotting an attack at the U.S. Capitol has been moved to a Kentucky jail while awaiting another court hearing.

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Police: Man shot by would-be robbery victim

The first homicide victim of the year in Columbus was a would-be holdup man shot by his intended victim, police say.

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Marysville’s lost past is found

A central Ohio community is celebrating the recovery of a century-old time capsule believed lost when a historic library was demolished nearly twenty years ago.

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