The man accused of ambushing and shooting to death two New York City police officers before killing himself was arrested twice in Springfield.
Columbus is a finalist for the 2016 Democratic National Convention along with New York and Philadelphia.
A Columbus Public Safety Department official said red light cameras will be gone if legislation is passed that requires a police officer be stationed at the cameras.
A review by former Ohio Attorney General Betty Montgomery found additional examples of of inappropriate behavior and poor university oversight of the band.
Columbus snow plow crews are on city streets to “dry run” routes to prep for winter. If this were the real deal, their work could be seen on a new city website which shows exactly which streets are plowed. “Warrior Watch” launched Thursday.
The Columbus Zoo has sent emergency funds to help a struggling chimpanzee sanctuary in the Ebola ravaged country of Sierre Leone.
Cheap beer has long been associated with the aluminum can and upscale brews with bottles. But some craft brewers are trying to break that stereo-type. As WOSU reports, a number of Columbus’ small craft breweries have switched from glass bottles to cans.
HIV used to be a death sentence. But, today, it’s a manageable, chronic disease. A Columbus nurse says there’s an HIV preventive pill that’s almost as effective as a vaccine.
Infertility treatments, like in vitro fertilization, have long been considered elective procedures largely not covered by health insurance. But that’s changing as more employers and insurers offer coverage. Ohio State University, though, will reduce its package in 2015.
People looking to get seasonal work often turn to the internet or the old-fashioned “want ads” for job postings. But this year, some retailers are taking a more proactive approach: social media ads.