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Wearing spandex leggings, a headband and working out a class of exercising women as if he were Richard Simmons. No, we've never seen Johnny Football like this.
A Gahanna woman is recovering from injuries suffered in a one-vehicle accident that shut down part of the Outerbelt on the East Side for much of the Thursday afternoon rush.
Ohio's elections chief says applications for absentee ballots will be mailed Friday to all registered voters in the state.
Ohio State has rejected the latest appeal for reconsideration by fired marching band director Jonathan Waters.
There will be a heightened law enforcement presence in the Pickerington Local School District today when classes resume after students spent much of Wednesday afternoon under lockdown following a threat.
A lightning strike is being blamed for a power outage that left thousands of people in the Gahanna area sweating in the dark overnight.
Time Warner Cable says a problem that occurred during routine maintenance caused a nationwide outage of its Internet service for hours on Wednesday morning.
If you thought Columbus drivers were the worst in the country, you were mistaken. Theyâ€™re not even the worst in Ohio.
An attorney for the family of a man fatally shot by police at a southwestern Ohio Wal-Mart is calling for the U.S. Justice Department to open a civil rights investigation.
Braxton Millerâ€™s shoulder surgery was a success, according to the doc, the coach and the patient.
One was all they needed and that was what the Clippers got Tuesday night: A 3-1 victory over the Mud Hens at Fifth Third Field that clinched the International League West Division title for Columbus.
With fall semester classes at OSU beginning Wednesday, the university has welcomed the Class of 201 to campus and the city has made a pitch it hopes will succeed in convincing a lot of them to stay in town after they graduate.
Efforts are being made at the local and federal level to combat the problem of infant mortality in Columbus and the rest of Ohio.
Buckeye quarterback Braxton Miller will have season-ending shoulder surgery Tuesday and, though he was elected co-captain by his teammates, will be recovering when the team travels to Baltimore for the season opener.
Authorities are trying to figure out why a plane crashed just after takeoff from a regional airport outside of Cleveland, killing the four people aboard.
In an effort to reduce waste transported to the county landfill, the Franklin County Commissioners and Sheriff are embarking on a new textile recycling partnership with Goodwill Columbus.
A tightening of the supply of gasoline sent retail prices up sharply in central Ohio late this week, though they remain below what motorists were paying a year ago.
Already tepid, the Columbus real estate market cooled off a few degrees in July, according to data released Thursday by the Columbus Board of realtors.
New federal nutritional guidelines for school cafeterias has meant the end of a favorite â€” and locally famous â€” treat in one northeast Ohio school district.
The mastermind of a $3.5 tax fraud scheme that unraveled because the conspirators misspelled the names of common cities on forms has been sentenced to more than eight years in prison.