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Wendy's agreed Thursday to sell its stake in Inspire Brands, the holding company of Arby's and Buffalo Wild Wings, for $450 million. [Read More]
Columbus police detectives are treating the recent death of a Franklinton woman as a homicide.Trena D. Ott, 47, died on Aug. 1, a day after... [Read More]
A Dublin lawyer accused of raiding a trust account and stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars was disbarred Thursday by the Ohio Supreme Court.Neal "Bud"... [Read More]
Weeks after a Taylor Swifts record-setting concert at Ohio Stadium, singer Beyoncé and her husband Jay-Z are looking to top that nearly sold-out crowd at... [Read More]
Students and teachers in the state's largest school district head back to class next week. [Read More]
A veteran department head in Orange Township is leaving her post, alleging a hostile workplace. It's the latest in a string of accusations to plague the growing Delaware County... [Read More]
Tony Nye is a man on a mission. A serious heart-related illness in late 2017 shook him to his core. It also convinced him... [Read More]
The State of Ohio contracts with Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBM's) to negotiate the best price on drugs for Medicaid recipients. [Read More]
A family is torn after police say a man shot and killed his granddaughter, Jordan Williams, thinking she was a burglar. [Read More]
Sen. Rob Portman expressed astonishment Thursday with Trump administration officials who seemed unable to say for certain the whereabouts of as many as 1,500 immigrant... [Read More]
Ohio State acting head coach Ryan Day put kicker Sean Nuernberger on the spot in the rain at the end of practice about 11:45 a.m.... [Read More]
Ohio State men's basketball beat writer Adam Jardy talks about recruiting and what we could potentially expect to see in the upcoming weeks. Next we... [Read More]
All of Westerville's city parks are now smoke-free. [Read More]
Imagine planning a trip Downtown. You want to ride a COTA bus, but it won't take you directly to your destination. You might need to... [Read More]
Delaware General Health District reported this morning that stool samples sent to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control contained the toxin that Clostridium perfringens produces. [Read More]
John Minor, top executive of JobsOhio, has begun discussions with the board of the state's privatized economic-development organization about who will one day succeed him.Minor,... [Read More]