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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.

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Man killed in officer-involved shooting on the Hilltop

Franklin County Sheriff's Office deputies were not harmed during the incident, which happened around 11:40 a.m. at a home at 420 S. Wayne Ave. Family and friends, who gathered just beyond the police tape throughout the chilly and rainy afternoon, identified the dead man as Antonio Davila, 53. Davila lived in half of the two-story, Wayne Avenue duplex. Franklin County Sheriff Dallas Baldwin, in a brief news conference at the scene, said officers came to the house as part of an undercover narcotics investigation.

Columbus lands nonstop United Airlines flight to San Francisco

Columbus will get a long-sought nonstop flight to San Francisco in June. United Airlines has put up tickets for sale on its website, with a roundtrip economy ticket from John Glenn Columbus International Airport to San Francisco International starting at about $400.

John Bowers dies at age 87

Born in Belle Center, Ohio, Mr. Bowers graduated from Lodi High School and then served in the Air Force prior to graduating from The Ohio State University. He was a partner at Kingswood Lumber and Tri Village Investment Company.

Police: Body found under suspicious circumstances in park

Police say a body has been found in a park in Ohio under what authorities believe to be suspicious circumstances.

Harlem Renaissance celebrated at Columbus Musuem of Art Updated at

For Wil Haygood, the title of an upcoming exhibit on the Harlem Renaissance serves as a reminder that the hopes of the 20th century have yet to be fully realized in the 21st. The author, a Columbus native, is the creative force behind "I, Too, Sing America: The Harlem Renaissance at 100," which will open Sunday at the Columbus Museum of Art.

Alan Miller: News organizations driving conversation around economic vitality

The Dispatch is among 50 Ohio news organizations involved with a group conducting meetings across the state to get a clearer picture of the economic conditions here. The Dispatch is among 50 Ohio news organizations involved with a group conducting meetings across the state to get a clearer picture of the economic conditions here.

Photo Exhibit winners announced

Winner of Best of Show in black and white in the 41st annual Wassenberg Photography Exhibit: "The Rookery Staircase" by Brenda Fishbaugh Awards were presented during the awards ceremony at the 41st annual Wassenberg Photo Exhibit this past Friday evening at the exhibit's opening party. Approximately $1,300 in awards were presented to 27 photographers from around the Van Wert region.

Monks making mandala as part of Dublin festival Updated Oct 12 at

Bent over a table, their shaved heads nearly touching, three Buddhist monks painstakingly arranged colored sand into lines and shapes at the Coffman Park pavilion in Dublin. They worked diligently and silently, the only sound coming from the locust-like rasping of the chak-pur, a two-piece tool through which sand trickles out when a stick is rubbed over the ridged side of a metal funnel.

Custodian under investigation for sexual assault engaged in past misconduct, records indicate

An elementary school custodian who is accused of sexually assaulting a 10-year-old girl frequently hugged students, gave select girls snacks for helping clean the lunchroom and sometimes called girls into his private office where the door closed automatically, Columbus City Schools files show. "He was taking female student helpers to his back office and a side storage room to give them a snack for being a lunch helper" this past school year, according to an employee misconduct form that was among heavily redacted records obtained by The Dispatch through an Ohio Public Records request.

Columbus' homicide rate down in 2018

Columbus police have handled 17 percent fewer homicide cases thus far in 2018, but the number is immaterial to the detectives charged with finding the people responsible for deaths. As of Wednesday, there had been 83 homicides in the city this year, off the record-breaking pace of 2017, when the city totaled 143 homicides.

The Lincoln's Community Conversations Series Explores Renaissance Magic November 1

The Harlem Renaissance was an intellectual, social, and artistic explosion that took place in Harlem, New York, from approximately 1918 until the mid-1930s. Also known as the "New Negro Movement" at the time, this glorious rebirth of the African-American arts cast a cultural spell over the nation and the world.

Metro Parks would use 10-year replacement levy to add new parks, trails

Franklin County voters will decide on a 10-year, 0.95-mill replacement levy on the general election ballot that would give Metro Parks the money to build new parks and expand its trails. If approved, the tax would cost the owner of a $100,000 house $33.25 a year beginning in 2020.

Two Baldwin Wallace students face charges for racial slurs; intoxicated woman arrested...

Disorderly conduct, Beech Street: Two Baldwin Wallace University students - a Louisville, Kentucky man and a Columbus woman, both 18 - face misdemeanor criminal charges after yelling a racial slur outside the room of a black student in Findley Hall, 265 Beech. Here's what happened, according to police: The black student, a 19-year-old Cleveland woman, was in her dorm room with two friends on the evening of Oct. 6. A male and female, later identified as the Louisville man and Columbus woman, shouted, "What's up?" followed by a racial slur, in the hallway outside the Cleveland woman's room.

Ohio liquor control to open clearance store in Columbus

Last call, a clearance outlet will open at a Giant Eagle in Columbus for two weekends later this month and feature closeouts on a wide assortment of booze. Last call might be a nightly event at local watering holes, but the state wants to test it as a liquor store concept.

24-Hour horror movie marathon returns to Columbus

Line of horror movie fans waiting outside Drexel Theatre at "Shock Around the Clock" in Columbus in 2016. Photo courtesy of Joe Neff.

AdHoc Productions Presents Heartless Conduct, a World Premiere One-Act Play

AdHoc Productions Presents Heartless Conduct at the Historic Kelton House. A talkback and Kelton House Tour Accompany Each Performance November 3 - 11, 2018 Set in 1876, Heartless Conduct is an imagined encounter between Mary Todd Lincoln and her only surviving son, Robert Lincoln.

Ohio GOP House candidate criticizes his own party over attack ad

In an unusual move, a Columbus-area Republican nominee for the state legislature has asked the chair of his own state party to stop sending out attack ads against his Democratic opponent. Erik Yassenoff, the GOP nominee for House District 24, wrote a letter to Ohio Republican Party Chair Jane Timken on Wednesday stating that an ad mailed to voters in his district made "an inaccurate connection" between Democratic rival Allison Russo and what Democrats did the last time they controlled the Ohio House, in 2010.

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