Four people are dead in two separate accidents in Central Ohio. In Pataskala, investigators say a head-on collision on East Broad took three lives. One vehicle crossed the center line. Early this morning, the driver of a pick-up truck was killed when he slammed into a tree in a residential area south of Route 104 [...]
A review board has found that seven Columbus officers acted within police department policy during a shootout last year that left two suspects dead.
For 76 years neighbors have cooled off at the Olympic Swim Club. But now it’s closed for good. And generations of Clintonville residents are saddened by the shutdown.
Rats became quite a problem in Clintonville during the last year. But with a few easy changes, the issue appears to be under control. City inspectors discovered Clintonville is not the only area with a rodent problem. WOSU reports on some other Columbus neighborhoods where rats are rife.
The Clintonville neighborhood might be known for a somewhat Bohemian lifestyle. But thereâ€™s another facet worth noting. Clintonville has the largest population of seniors in Franklin County.
In Clintonville, rats are a topic of sidewalk conversation after city survey shows evidence of large presence of the rodents.
Rats moving into Clintonville force residents to change some of their habits. A recent study by the Columbus Public Health Department shows a widespread rat invasion.
Police say 24-year-old Emanuel Gatewood and 21-year-old Kourtney Hahn were shot to death by police outside a North High Street fire station.
Columbus police continue to investigate this morning’s dramatic shoot-out in Clintonville. A murder suspect and a woman were killed; two police officers were hurt. The shooting sprayed bullets around the normally quiet neighborhood.
Two homicide suspects are reported dead and a police officer is hospitalized after a predawn shootout in North Columbus.
In cities around the country, residents are planting crops on rooftops, on abandoned elevated train tracks, in vacant lots and, of course, backyards. On Columbusâ€™s north side, a new store has become a resource for urban farmers.