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The Columbus Diocese was one of three in the country that had a priest working with survivors of priest sexual abuse to take their reports.... [Read More]
The central Ohio economy stands to lose around $13 million with the cancellation of the Nationwide Children's Hospital Columbus Marathon & 1/2 Marathon because of... [Read More]
In today's Good Day Good News, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in Ohio are introducing their newest animal babies, an unconventional animal rescue, and a little... [Read More]
Tucker Carlson rebuked two GOP senators who have been trying to get Juneteenth recognized as a federal holiday instead of Columbus Day. [Read More]
Two bridges over I-65 that were to be closed sequentially by the Indiana Department of Transportation for road work may now be closed for about... [Read More]
State Representative Susan Manchester today is renewing calls for passage of foster care reform legislation following reports kids were li... [Read More]
Yje Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation recently awarded $57,000 in scholarships to students across the state. The foundation annually recognizes... [Read More]
The city of Dayton will be the first major Ohio city to mandate masks in public spaces to address rising cases of the new coronavirus.... [Read More]
A petition that had gained nearly 90,000 signatures as of Thursday morning is calling for Elizabeth's Columbus statue to be replaced with a new one... [Read More]
Kroger will be providing at home COVID-19 tests, the store announced Wednesday.  The Kroger company says its customers will be able to purchase at home... [Read More]
We asked readers: Should Confederate and Columbus statues be removed? [Read More]
High temperatures in the low- to mid-90s are expected to hit Columbus over the Fourth of July weekend and into next week, with little chance... [Read More]
The Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services says more than 35,000 people filed for unemployment in the past week, but the amount of claims continue to... [Read More]
COLUMBUS, Ga (WRBL)- Feeding the Valley is serving up a pleasant surprise this morning! The food bank just announced it's hosting a pop-up produce market... [Read More]
While many sports have canceled their seasons but Little League Baseball in Columbus are still being played. Games at the Northside Little League and American... [Read More]
Art appreciators looking for something to do this summer will be able to take advantage of a new exhibit at the Columbus Area Arts Council... [Read More]
The Ohio State Highway Patrol will be highly visible and cracking down on impaired drivers during the Fourth of July holiday reporting per... [Read More]
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the economy, but business has been booming for one Columbus native's handmade crafts business. [Read More]
Two months ago, Ohio was mostly in the dark as to how many people within its borders had been infected with the coronavirus.The state... [Read More]
A new report on broadband access in Columbus found that too many households lack what has become "the fourth utility" for students and parents... [Read More]
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