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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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.Our long years have been bittersweet with love and loss
This morning in Columbus, Ohio, my lifelong friend Harley's mother, Noami, will be buried near her husband, Bernie. Harley and I, who met 46 years ago during a regional synagogue conclave, are now both without parents.In ads, Zach Scott says Andrew Ginther allowed schools' data rigging
With a little more than a week before early voting begins, Franklin County Sheriff Zach Scott has begun running campaign advertisements blasting Columbus City Council President Andrew J. Ginther. Scott put up more than a dozen billboards across Columbus this week that read: "Ginther failed and fraud prevailed."Three charged with assault; victim was robbed in January
Powell police arrested three Columbus residents early Friday, March 27, following the assault of a Powell man who had previously been robbed in January. According to a news release, the victim was walking his dog about 1 a.m. near his home in the 4200 block of Landhigh Lakes Drive when he was confronted by two masked men, one of whom had a gun.Columbus craft beer week set for May 1-9
Columbus craft beer aficionados no longer need to trek to the far corners of Ohio to celebrate the miracle of water, hops, yeast and barley. Columbus Craft Beer Week, the inaugural version, will take place at various locations starting May 1, culminating with an event called Six One Pour, to be held May 9 at Brewmaster's Gate, appropriately located in the Brewery District.Mother pleads guilty in death of toddler found in East Side creek
The mother of a toddler whose body was found in an East Side creek in December pleaded guilty this morning to charges of involuntary manslaughter and tampering with evidence. Dainesha Stevens, 25, will be sentenced on July 23 by Franklin County Common Pleas Judge Pat Sheeran.Central Ohio's population boom isn't stopping
The Jewish Daily Forward has named Rabbi Eric Woodward of Congregation Tifereth Israel as one of America's Most Inspiring Rabbis 2015. Woodward, 34, who joined the Near East Side congregation in 2013, was nominated by Susie Seletz, Tifereth Israel's secretary.Hyatt Regency reluctant to expand
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Drinking is a social event for college students. With nothing to do, nowhere to go and nothing to talk about, students are thirsty - thirsty for entertainment and adventure.Delaware County Teacher Accused Of Sexually Abusing At Least Five Juveniles
A Delaware County Grand Jury has returned a 32-count indictment against 39-year-old Matthew D. Rausenberg of Columbus. The Grand Jury also announced there were five juvenile victims, up from the two originally reported.Columbus Metropolitan Library commissions sculpture project for renovated Main Library
New York sculptor Virginia Overton has been commissioned to create an installation for the renovated Main Library of the Columbus Metropolitan Library system. Her proposal, chosen by a committee headed by library art consultant Lisa Kurzner, is expected to be installed by December 2016.Ohio woman pleads not guilty to brutally killing her infant
A woman accused of decapitating her 3-month-old daughter pleaded not guilty today to a charge of aggravated murder. Deasia Watkins, 20, was arraigned on the charge in Hamilton County Common Pleas Court, a court official said.
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