Ohio’s superintendent says the state won’t withhold funding to penalize schools for students opting out of standardized tests this year.
A federal grand jury has indicted the three men accused of cutting their way into a Brinks fault in Columbus two years ago. WOSU’s Steve Brown reports on what prosecutors call a multi-state plan to rob the facility.
The FBI says burglaries at a Massachusetts jewelry maker that included Super Bowl rings, and at a Brinks Inc. armored car facility in Columbus, Ohio, bear remarkable similarities and may be connected.
Six people face felony charges in a $1 million jewelry robbery in Westerville over the weekend. The accused are in custody in New Jersey where they were arrested.
Columbus police say they’re still looking for former Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett, who’s suspected of robbing a man and a woman early Sunday morning in an alley behind the Opium Lounge at 346 South High Street.
The Columbus Division of Police is heading up its second strike force since the summer. After a significant increase in robberies over the past year the Mayor’s Office has approved funding for police overtime to help combat the problem through the rest of the year.