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Cheryl Byrd, of Berwick, signs a guest wall at the opening of the Driving Park branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library.
One man was killed and a second man injured in a shooting this morning near the Driving Park neighborhood, Columbus police said.
This week's Crime of the Week involves an Aggravated Robbery that took place on the East side of Columbus.
Recruits from the 101st class of the Columbus Fire Division work together during water-supply training at the division's headquarters.
"Sometimes I think we get in our own way on High Street," COTA CEO Curtis Stitt said.
Mandy Bates still keeps her son Noah's cowboy boots in her kitchen where he always used to kick them off after walking in the door.
An 8,000-pound limestone sculpture of a sofa has been removed from its spot in a trendy Columbus neighborhood, after becoming a favored perch for homeless nappers.
Columbus plans to temporarily shut off water to homes and businesses around the intersection of E. 17th and Joyce avenues at 7 p.m. Sunday.
Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman and other local celebrities led cyclists on a 15-mile evening tour showcasing various city attractions.
Genia Wright works at the Brentnell Recreation Center. Employees usually know the neighborhoods well and can spot something out of the ordinary, officials say.
Cathie Floch hardly took her eyes off her gleaming blue drag racer. The 7,500-horsepower engine, hoses, belts, pipes and giant rear tires draw observers.
Monique Mapp, left, and her mother, Gwendolyn Macon-Beck, look at the 240-foot mural on the new Long Street bridge.
Of the 54 homicides in Columbus this year, 14 percent of the victims are under 30 years old.
A top children's oncologist from Columbus was sentenced this morning to one year in federal prison for viewing child pornography.
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Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 01:02 am
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