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1 dead following shooting in North Linden

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One person is dead following a double shooting in the North Linden neighborhood of Columbus, according to Columbus Police.Read more

5-year-old boy with autism reported missing from northwest Ohio

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Isaac Schroeder was last seen around 3 p.m. on Wednesday wearing only underwear.Read more

Bexley will not open pool in 2020 amid COVID-19 pandemic

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The city announce the closure at a city council meeting on May 26. Read more

53-year-old tortoise left homeless by COVID-19 gets new home

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The tortoise, known as Ms. Jennifer, was put up for adoption last week by MSPCA-Angell, a Boston animal welfare organization.Read more

COTA using innovative sensitization process on 400 transit vehicles

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Starting this month, all transit vehicles will have Aegis Microbe Shield applied to every surface that could be touched by customers and operators.Read more

Georgia woman, brother OK after turtle strikes car window

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Chatham County Police officers called for the car to be towed from the scene and the turtle was taken to an animal hospital where it later died.Read more

Mayor Ginther appoints new interim chief for the Columbus Division of Fire

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Assistant Chief Jeffrey Happ succeeds Chief Kevin O'Connor who will retired on May 28.Read more

Lake of the Ozarks business owner defends actions

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Political leaders in St. Louis, St. Louis County and Kansas City, along with Kansas’ health secretary, encouraged 14-day self-quarantines for anyone involved in the...Read more

Couple celebrates 24th anniversary after husband beats COVID-19

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Robert Grant spent 30 days in the Intensive Care Unit last month.Read more

Reports: Kayleigh McEnany, defender of Trump opposition to absentee voting, voted by mail 11 times

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The White House press secretary -- a Florida resident like Trump -- defended the choice to vote by mail, but criticized voting absentee.Read more

Louisiana officer fired for saying 'unfortunate' more black people didn't die from COVID-19

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Kaplan Chief of Police Joshua Hardy said Officer Steven Aucoin commented under a live feed of the governor's news conference last Friday.Read more

Ohio wildlife researchers discover new species of crayfish after 45-year search

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The blue crayfish may not only be Ohio's most colorful, but its rarest as well.Read more

'I just worked hard' | Texas student born with one arm, graduates with nursing degree

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Hannah Gerald faced her share of obstacles, but says she continued to work hard and earned her bachelor's degree this springRead more

U.S. deaths from coronavirus surpass 100,000

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The U.S. surpassed 100,000 deaths from the coronavirus on Wednesday.Read more

Mike Davis to be sentenced in child porn case Thursday

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Davis pleaded guilty in January to four counts of pandering sexually-oriented matter involving a minor.Read more

Columbus hospitals receive $150 million in government relief funds to help with COVID-19 losses

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10 Investigates found some providers – like pharmacies, chiropractors and eye doctors - got as little as $3.Read more