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Ray Abou-Arab is now accused of trafficking in a controlled substance. He and his son, Omar Abou-Arab, have been indicted by a grand jury for trafficking "XLR-11," a form of synthetic marijuana.
A robber who was shot by police outside a North Side bank last summer was sentenced today to 11 years in prison.
The final steps are taken to bring closure to a family whose loved one was murdered, but not identified for 30 years.
A 5-star library, as rated in the 2013 edition of Library Journal's America's Star Libraries and for the sixth consecutive year, The Columbus Metropolitan Library serves the metro area of Columbus, Ohio.
Columbus made a bid and is now a finalist for the Republican National Convention in 2016 and has started efforts to gather a bid for the Democratic convention as well.
This might sound like an acquired taste. To Troy Allen, however, it's a part of fine-tuned branding strategy that will land in Lakewood in July.
State Auditor Dave Yost thanked two central Ohio government workers today for uncovering and reporting wrongdoing, calling them "taxpayer heroes."
Nathan Entingh, a fifth grader in Columbus, OH, was suspended three days for pointing his finger like a gun.
Columbus police are asking for the public's help in locating two children who left their south Columbus home after an argument Tuesday night.
Denison University Assistant Professor Mark Seamon is directing "Next to Normal," produced by The SRO Theatre Company in cooperation with Denison University.
Agency spokeswoman Eileen Corson says the three files were placed on the site by someone looking for storage space.
Revitalization in the south Columbus neighborhood off Parsons Avenue is hard to find.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Lawyers sparred Tuesday over whether a Libertarian gubernatorial candidate in Ohio is qualified for the May ballot, a dispute whose outcome could affect Republican Gov. John Kasich's re-election bid.
A man was rushed to the hospital Tuesday morning after being shot in west Columbus.
Columbus Children's Theatre announces the 4th annual Fairytale Ball & Royal Feast, Friday, April 4, 2014 6:30 p.m.-10:00 p.m. at The Westin downtown Columbus, presented by Altria Client Services.