Indiana-based artist Tasha Lewis transforms the Conservatory’s gallery with thousands of magnetic cyanotype butterflies printed on cotton fabric. Her blue butterflies hover in mid-air and seem to swarm the space, blurring the connection between the natural and artificial worlds.
The 42 counts unveiled Monday include illegal manufacturing of drugs, trafficking heroin and cocaine, attempted murder, and tampering with evidence.
Tonight WOSU-TV presents the latest in the Columbus Neighborhoods documentary series with a look at the South Side. Once a booming manufacturing center, the South Side later fell on hard times. People moved away to the suburbs. Last year a group of residents got together to try and reverse the population decline.
The third suspect wanted in connection with a string of local shootings reportedly turned himself in at church Sunday morning.
The story of three Cleveland women and a child held captive for years in the middle of an active neighborhood has many asking why no one knew. Some neighbors say police overlooked problems because it was a poor, troubled area. WOSU visited a couple Columbus neighborhoods to see how residents there watch for unusual activity.
Nine people, including six teenagers, were injured in at least five weekend shooting around Columbus.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman will make his annual state of the city address this evening at South High School. The event’s location is not far from some substantial improvements being made to the city’s South Side neighborhood, a proposal made in last year’s address.
Police say two men were found fatally shot in a South side garage yesterday.
Police say a man went to the south Columbus home of his estranged wife and asked to be let in before he fatally shot her and then committed suicide.
Columbus Police say a van was stopped at the intersection of Lockbourne Rd. and Whittier St. last night when another vehicle drove up beside it and at least one person started shooting.
A Columbus woman has been charged with murder after a double shooting on the city’s south side this week.