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Study: More pastors preach about abuse in #MeToo age but training lags

If the Catholic priest sex-abuse scandal has taught Americans anything, it's that "abuse and harassment don't end at the front door of the church." At least that's how Jenna Barnett described the findings of a new survey done by her social-justice group Sojourners and others on the attitudes and practices of Protestant pastors in addressing domestic and sexual violence from the pulpit.

Man found fatally shot in his North Linden home

Keith A. Bosley, 56, was pronounced dead inside his home in the 1800 block of Robert Street shortly after Columbus police were called to the scene at 10:53 a.m. Bosley's girlfriend had sent him a text message at 6:30 a.m. Sunday.

Vision guides Planet Oasis developer David Glimcher

The eldest son of Herb Glimcher, the local developer who built and operated malls across the country, he spent years in the family business before heading west to Arizona to strike out on his own with Glimcher Ventures Southwest. Glimcher is now back in central Ohio with a bang, ready to break ground on Planet Oasis, a $2 billion venue in Delaware County located next to Tanger Outlets Columbus.

Can each of us really be trained to sing beautifully? Updated at

Since the turn of the millennium, vocal competitions such as "American Idol" and "The Voice" have drawn their share of loyal followers. For those watching at home, such shows offer the chance to dream, perhaps even leaving some TV viewers wondering how they might fare if given the chance to sing on national television.

Columbus program to teach leadership skills, civics to immigrants

The New Americans Leadership Academy will introduce 15 people to local experts and officials over 11 weeks. Those in the program also will complete service projects with Columbus' area commissions.

Two injured one in critical after shooting in Columbus

Two people were injured, one critically, in a shooting in the middle of a Near East Side intersection early this afternoon. The initial call came in at 12:35 p.m. of a shootout in the Milo-Grogan neighborhood in the intersection of St. Clair and E. Fifth avenues.

Easton's Legoland Discovery Center prepared for formal opening Sept. 28

Avery Avedikian, who will be 5 next month, could not have been more excited as she waited to slay trolls and rescue the princess in the Kingdom Quest ride at the new Legoland Discovery Center at Easton Town Center. Her enthusiasm was shared by gaggles of parents and small fry who were the first to see, touch and play in the $10 million entertainment center during the preview held Friday for First to Play Annual Pass holders.

CH-UH Superintendent Talisa Dixon hired by Columbus, starts next year

UH School Superintendent Talisa Dixon plans to finish out the current school year before taking over at the helm of the Columbus City Schools. The Columbus City Board of Education voted unanimously Thursday to hire Dixon, capping off a national search that actually began last year .

Infant-mortality rate dips, but disparities grow

While Franklin County's infant-mortality rate dipped in 2017, disparities worsened for African-American babies, who were nearly three times more likely to die than white babies. Babies also were at higher risk in eight Columbus neighborhoods - Hilltop, Franklinton, the Near South Side, the Near East Side, the Southeast Side, the Northeast Side, and one in the Northland area - prioritized by the countywide CelebrateOne infant-mortality initiative.

Podcast: Wil Haygood tells story close to home in new book Posted at

Wil Haygood's book "Tigerland: 1968-1969: A City Divided, a Nation Torn Apart and a Magical Season of Healing" released earlier this week, and he stopped by The Dispatch to discuss why the story about East High School's basketball and baseball state championship teams might be more relevant now politically than when he began writing it two years ago.

Former Franklin Township police officer indicted for kicking suspect

A former Franklin Township police officer who was recorded kicking a handcuffed suspect in the head was indicted in federal court in Columbus Thursday. Robert Wells faces counts of deprivation of rights and obstruction for the May 1 incident.

OPSB sets public hearing for proposed Timber Road IV Wind Farm

A map of the proposed Timber Road IV Wind Farm, showing anticipated wind turbine locations in five townships. About 36 wind turbines will be built, mostly northeast and southeast of Payne.

Man dies after jumping from Downtown parking garage

A man is dead after apparently jumping from the Franklin County Courthouse parking garage Downtown Thursday afternoon, the county Sheriff's Office said.

Festschrift dedicated to Mathilde Krim includes scientific research by Krim fellows

A special Festschrift dedicated to the memory of Dr. Mathilde Krim celebrates her life and medical and scientific career, including her leadership role as the Founder of the American Foundation of AIDS Research . Articles highlighting her life and legacy and a wide range of scientific articles contributed by the Krim Fellows are included in this issue of AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses , a peer-reviewed journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers.

Police: Teacher urged preschoolers to fight, posted video

A former preschool teacher is facing multiple counts of child endangering after Columbus police say she encouraged young children to fight at a Southeast Side preschool and posted a video of the brawls online. PRE-SCHOOL WORKER CHARGED W/21-COUNTS OF CHILD ENDANGERING: 6/14/18 30yo Chavay Williams permitted & encouraged 21 kids under her supervision at Playtime Pre-school to fight while on the playground.

Etihad Cargo Introduces New Freighter Network Adding Key Capacity on Select Global Trade Lanes

Etihad Cargo, the cargo and logistics arm of Etihad Airways, today announced a much-anticipated refresh of its global freighter network that will be implemented commencing 1 October, 2018, marking a key milestone in its strategy to simplify its route network and maximise freighter-to-bellyhold flows. This means redeploying freighter capacity on core trade lanes that connect its hub in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, and select global markets in Asia, Europe and the United States to meet growing customer demand.

Fisher Auditorium hosts A Night of Comedy

In a bid to bring affordable, high quality entertainment to the area, Matthew Scruggs, general manager of the Shisler Conference Center on the Wooster campus of The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, has been busy preparing for the opening show Friday night at Fisher Auditorium. When you go to a comedy club in a metropolitan city, you usually pay $20 to $30 per seat plus a two-drink minimum," said Scruggs.

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