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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.

Population: 754885
Local Newspapers: The Columbus Dispatch The Columbus Citizen-Journal
Local Sports Teams: Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL) Columbus Crew (MLS)
Local Colleges: The Ohio State University Franklin University Ohio Dominican University

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Columbus News
New sentencing date for man who tried to help Islamic State

This undated file photo provided by the Franklin County Sheriff's Office in Columbus, Ohio, shows Aaron Travis Daniels. U.S. District Judge Edmund Sargus on Wednesday, April 18,2 018, rescheduled Daniels sentencing from April 26 to May 24. Daniels pleaded guilty last July to a charge accusing him of attempting to travel to Libya to join the Islamic State.

'One church' for one night in Columbus

Though many Christians worship the same God and follow the same Bible, Jack McClintock has seen divisions between many area churches. That's why he had the idea a few years ago to bring them together to worship and pray to Jesus for one night.

Columbus may force hookah bars to close earlier, restrict sales

Columbus is considering new regulations that would force hookah lounges to close earlier and more clearly link their business practices to the city's law prohibiting tobacco sales to people under the age of 21. At a public hearing Wednesday, hookah lounge owners said the proposed regulations that the Columbus City Council will vote on Monday would be unfair, pointing to gas stations and grocery stores that sell tobacco but are open into the early morning. The City Council started investigating regulations for hookah bars in 2017 after members of the local Somali community and others reached out to complain about the businesses, said city Attorney Zach Klein, who was the City Council president last year.

The big short: Districts lament funding cap

"If you don't have enough money to fund the formula, why do you even have the formula?" she said. Growing school districts -- rich, poor and anywhere in between -- often do not see the amount of funding the state's formula prescribes.

Popular video rental store callings it quits after losing lease

One of the few remaining independent movie-rental businesses in central Ohio will close for good at the end of April. Video Central, a familiar sight on Bethel Road for nearly 30 years, is pulling the plug and looking for good homes for the 18,000 DVD's and Blu-Ray discs in its collection.

Ohio Brewing Co. is coming to Italian Village Updated at

The Ohio Brewing Co., which was founded in Niles in 1997, is building a production brewery and taproom at 421 E. Second Ave., in an old warehouse near the new Rogue Fitness headquarters. Ohio Brewing is also building a brewpub in Cuyahoga Falls.

Police ID man shot to death driving car on Hilltop

Columbus police have identified the man killed when he was shot driving a car that crashed into a tree on the Hilltop on Sunday night. Jerome Anthony Grant, 30, was pronounced dead by Columbus Fire paramedics at the scene of the crash in the 500 block of South Terrace Avenue.

Los Guachos Taqueria to open third restaurant near Dublin

The restaurant known for its spit-roasted al pastor pork, burritos, tortas and other casual Mexican fare is replacing Hass Tacos, Burritos & Mas at 7370 Sawmill Road in Columbus near Dublin. His sister, Edith Nonato, said the new location is expected to open in about a month with a full liquor license.

Columbus official: Ohio House's gun bill would block 'common sense' local laws

Columbus City Attorney Zach Klein says a wide-ranging gun bill in the Ohio House would block the city from passing "common sense" ordinances, including one aimed at keeping guns away from those convicted of domestic violence. Much of the focus on House Bill 228 has been on "stand your ground" provisions that would eliminate the duty to retreat before using lethal force, and also shift the burden of proof in a self-defense claim to the prosecutor.

Justice Insider: Nameless lions guard old police headquarters Posted at

You probably know of two 9,000-pound stone lions named Patience and Perseverance guarding the Downtown Columbus police station. A year ago, the lions were moved to their rightful place at the police division on Marconi Boulevard from the old headquarters on Gay Street, which was turned into city offices.

House candidates uncomfortable with ads

Both Republican candidates for the 83rd District seat in the Ohio House said Monday they are uncomfortable with the tone of the race, after ad campaigns launched by opposing super PACs have negatively portrayed them both.

Tired of snow in mid-April? It could be worse, weather records show

It's mid-April - nearly a month after the start of spring - and yet snow flurries with short squall-like bursts came across central Ohio on Monday like wintry waves. Only a trace of snow was measured at John Glenn Columbus International Airport on Monday afternoon, said Kristen Cassady, meteorologist for the National Weather Service office in Wilmington, Ohio.

American Atheists terminates its president over sexual misconduct allegations

American Atheists , one of the most combative organizations dedicated to the promotion of secularism, has terminated its highly visible president, David Silverman, over allegations of financial and sexual misconduct. American Atheists' board announced the move on Friday hours before the website BuzzFeed News published a story detailing the allegations of two women who say Silverman, 51, had nonconsensual sexual contact with them.

Mary Taylor super PAC gets $850,000 gift

A super PAC supporting Mary Taylor's campaign for the Republican nomination for governor received $850,000 from a nonprofit while a super PAC supporting Mike DeWine has incurred nearly $1 million in debts. Onward Ohio, a political action committee originally formed by Lt.

Four dead in weekend homicides

A violent weekend in Columbus ended with four people dead in separate incidents, bringing the total number of homicides in the city so far in 2018 to 28. At approximately 9:50 p.m., Columbus police officers were called to the 900 block of Rarig Avenue on the East Side on a reported shooting found Brent Carr lying on the sidewalk, suffering from an apparent gunshot wound, Homicide Unit Sgt. Jeff Strayer said.

Special-needs kids learn to avoid harmful drugs

Dr. Maria Demosthenous was excited about the ornate round box she held in front of 11-year-old Xavier Desotelle. As the Columbus boy looked up at her from an examination table, she told him that the blue box with orange pompom fringe held something important.

Local Shelter Waives All Adoption Fees

If you've been considering getting yourself a dog or cat, this weekend would be the perfect time to do so. The Franklin County Dog Shelter is waiving all of their adoption fees this weekend, in hopes of adopting out their surplus of dogs.

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