The capital of Ohio is the 16th largest city in the United States. The NFL housed its head offices in Columbus from 1921 to 1941. Cable television got its start in Columbus in the late 70s with the QUBE, a TV system that featured specialty channels that developed into Nickelodeon, MTV and the Movie Channel.
Local Newspapers: The Columbus Dispatch, The Columbus Citizen-Journal Courier
Local Sports Teams: Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL), Columbus Crew (MLS)
Local Colleges: State UniversityThe Ohio State University, Franklin University, Ohio Dominican University
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Authorities in central Ohio say a man has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter for a fatal shooting 24 years ago and has been sentenced to 10 to 25 years in prison. Columbus police and court records say 43-year-old Anthony M. Taylor of Columbus entered the plea Monday in the Aug. 27, 1991, shooting of 39-year-old Jerry Watts.Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act May Help Columbus Lure Business From Hoosier State
But in the wake of a controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act signed into law by Indiana's Governor, could Gen Con call Columbus home in the future? "We do want Gen Con in Columbus," said Brian Ross CEO of Experience Columbus. "We would love to have them here."Man charged in death of toddler found in backpack in creek
A man suspected in the death of a 1-year-old Maryland boy found inside a backpack in a central Ohio creek has been charged with murder after the toddler's mother agreed to cooperate with prosecutors. Twenty-four-year-old Kurt Flood, of Columbus, also was charged Monday with felonious assault, endangering children, evidence tampering and abuse of a corpse.Columbus Collaboratory picks Central Ohio IT veteran as CEO
The year-old data analytics and cybersecurity joint venture of seven large Central Ohio corporations has hired its first permanent CEO. Columbus Collaboratory LLC named Matt Wald to run the organization.Columbus Workers Smooth Streets With 'Intensified' Pothole Repair Effort
The city of Columbus says 11,426 potholes were fixed over the last seven days as part of an 'intensified' effort by the Public Service Department. City crews were on the job 24 hours a day over the last week.Monday: Climate scientists to speak on fracking and earthquakes at First UU
After two years of research, scientists have determined fracking was the cause of over one hundred earthquakes in Ohio back in 2011. The expansion of fracking activity has already caused health hazards and other hardships in Ohio communities.Wife Accused of Stabbing and Killing Husband In North Columbus
Police said Young had gotten into an argument with his wife, Sabrina Green, and she she stabbed him multiple times.Getting a lift: Elevators on the rise in central Ohio homes
Driven by a desire to stay in their homes as they age, a rise in multigenerational lifestyles and a decline in equipment cost, more people are installing elevators in their residences. "It's becoming more and more of a sought-after appliance for homes," said John Festa, a senior estimator with Gable Elevator, a Twinsburg, Ohio, company with a Columbus office.Tournament helps returning veterans become whole again
U.S. Marshals, Guernsey County sheriff's deputies and Cambridge police officers searched a Steubenville Avenue residence early March 26 but failed to locate Hermys D. Leyba, 32. Originally from New York, Leyba is a Hispanic male, 5 feet 9 inches tall with black hair and brown eyes and a tattoo on his chest. He is known to use the name Mike or nickname Prince.Experience Columbus president passionate about city
The E-Edition includes all of the news, comics, classifieds and advertisements of the newspaper. And it's available to subscribers before 6 a.m. every day.Bakken oil trains roll across Columbus
Almost 1.4 million Ohioans live within a half-mile of railroad lines where some of the most-volatile crude oil in North America rolls by each week, a Dispatch analysis has found. Those people, about 12 percent of the state's population, are at risk of being forced from their homes should a train hauling crude oil from the Bakken shale fields of North Dakota run off the tracks.Stabbing victim dies; suspect in custody
A stabbing victim died Saturday night and Columbus police have a suspect in custody, a dispatcher said. Police responded to 3356 Maize Rd. at about 10:15 p.m. The victim was taken to OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital in critical condition, and was later pronounced dead.Meet the bands of Rock on the Range
Here we are, part three of the "Meet the Bands of Rock on the Range " series. We are starting to inch closer and closer towards the top of the bill.US Senate rivals Strickland, Sittenfeld note differences
Two Democrats seeking Ohio's U.S. Senate seat in 2016 didn't mention each other by name, but they did point out their differences at party's annual legacy dinner in Columbus. Former Ohio governor Ted Strickland and 30-year-old Cincinnati councilman P.G. Sittenfeld were among the featured speakers at the sold-out event Friday night.Photo Tour: Preferred Living debuting 3 upscale apartment complexes this summer
The pool area at Berkley House. The project will have a rooftop deck atop the main building along with two courtyards and other amenities.Conceptual plans approved to replace city's busiest fire station
Conceptual plans for the new Fire Station No. 2 downtown at 150 E. Fulton St. were approved this week by the Columbus Downtown Commission, putting the aged building one step closer to demolition.
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