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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
White powder in package sent to Portman's Columbus office not hazardous

A hazardous materials unit was called to Sen. Rob Portman's office in downtown Columbus Friday afternoon after an employee opened a package containing a white powder. "As it stands, no one was ever in any danger," said Battalion Chief Steve Martin of the Columbus Division of Fire.

Columbus man killed in Grove City

David A. Wells, of Columbus, was fighting with man, who Grove City police have in custody but have not identified.

DNA tests of old rape kits identify up to 277 suspects locally

State testing of old rape kits that once languished at police agencies have identified up to 277 potential sexual-assault suspects in Franklin and surrounding counties. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine released the numbers Friday as the Bureau of Criminal Investigation completed an initiative to test the rape kits to see if any yield matches with DNA profiles of criminal in the state database and identify suspects for further investigation.

Newark auction house hopes to revive interest in early Columbus circus performer

In the early 1900s, Columbus native Conn Baker was thrilling circus audiences at home and abroad with his death-defying "loop-the-loop" bicycle act. As one poster from the time put it, Baker would "skirt the borderland of eternity" and shoot "dice with death."

Columbus is welcoming, but has gender pay and rising homeless issues, panelists say

That was the picture presented by panelists at Mayor Andrew J. Ginther's fourth State of Columbus Neighborhood Conversations Thursday evening at The Kings Arts Complex on the Near East Side. About 150 people attended the latest installment of his community meetings replacing the traditional annual state of the city address.  The topics Thursday were diversity and inclusion and the Columbus Women's Commission.

Killer who tossed toddler's body in creek sentenced to maximum

Kurt A. Flood had plenty to say during his trial for beating a 14-month-old boy to death and tossing the child's body in an East Side creek. Franklin County Common Pleas Judge Michael J. Holbrook then imposed the maximum sentence: life in prison with no chance of parole for 19 years.

New airport authority CEO attracted to Columbus' potential

Joe Nardone became the second CEO in the history of the Columbus Regional Airport Authority in January, succeeding Elaine Roberts, who became the first CEO after the city and county merged the operations of Port Columbus and Rickenbacker Airport in 2003. John Glenn airport is much smaller than Detroit Metropolitan Airport that Nardone previously oversaw.

Developer: Marina District lofts on target for spring groundbreaking

Rendering of Main Street intersecting Front Street presented by Frank Kass. At lower left is the McDonald's; across from it on Main street is where the gas station and car wash are.

Students protest gun violence in wake of Florida shooting

Students protesting gun violence in the wake of the shooting at a Florida high school that killed 17 people have staged walkouts at some Ohio schools. Several hundred students at Upper Arlington High School near Columbus walked out at noon Wednesday joining thousands of other students across the country protesting gun violence after last week's shooting in Parkland, Florida.

Suspects named in Hilltop slayings of pregnant woman, boyfriend

Columbus police have charged two men with murder in the New Year's Day slayings of a pregnant woman and her boyfriend. Christian Daequan Dillon, 19, and Mario Marshawn Wade, 18, are wanted by police in the shootings at a house in the Hilltop that resulted in the deaths of Marlazia Jones-Mattox, 21, and Keith Brian Williams III, 23. A 15-year-old boy, whose name police have not released, was also critically injured in the shooting at the house at 670 S. Hague Avenue around 11:45 p.m. on Jan. 1. Jones-Mattox was eight-months pregnant when she was fatally shot.

Columbus home to two AAA Four Diamond restaurants: M at Miranova, The Refectory

Two Columbus restaurants, M at Miranova and The Refectory, have received the AAA Four Diamond Award for 2018, the AAA announced Wednesday. M has received the award each year since 2006, while The Refectory has maintained the award continuously since 1995.

Iyanla Vanzant Set To Bring A Message Of Inspiration To Columbus

Iyanla Vanzant, the internationally acclaimed spiritual life coach, New York Times best-selling author, and Emmy-winning television personality, takes the stage in an exciting, interactive, and life-changing solo event for the first time in 18 years. With love, humor, and her signature straight talk, this beloved life coach to millions will demonstrate how to navigate life's challenges and overcome the negative thought patterns that hold us back from living our best lives.

Columbus taking steps to secure future Hyperloop route

Local leaders are spending $2.5 million on studies they hope will help enhance Columbus' hopes of landing the Hyperloop rapid-transit system. The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission is spending that money on feasibility and environmental studies, trying to show Virgin Hyperloop One that central Ohio is ready for rapid transit.

Gun violence sparks push for legislation; Gov. Kasich mum on his support

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Commonsense gun laws make sense," said Ohio Governor John Kasich in a cable network news interview this weekend. But don't expect him to come out and endorse any efforts anytime soon.

Bell eliminated as Columbus school board cuts superintendent finalists to two

The next Columbus City Schools superintendent will be chosen from two candidates, one who already holds the job temporarily and one from northeastern Ohio. Meeting at Marion-Franklin High School on the South Side, the Columbus Board of Education voted on Tuesday night to go forward with interviewing interim Superintendent John Stanford and Akron Superintendent David James for the job.

Central Ohioans enjoy temporary reprieve from winter

Central Ohio enjoyed a sunshiny, leave-the-coat-at-home Tuesday, with a temperature that broke records well before noon. "Our low this morning was above the normal high," said Brian Haines, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service's office in Wilmington.

Police: Body is that of missing teen

Columbus police have confirmed that a body pulled from the Scioto River on the Northwest Side Monday is that of a 17-year-old girl missing for nearly a month. Special Victims Bureau detectives and Columbus Police Dive Team personnel recovered the body of Payton Young at approximately 12:45 p.m. from the river just east of Hayden Run Falls Park and she was pronounced dead at the scene by Columbus Division of Fire personnel, Homicide Unit Sgt.

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