COLUMBUS, Ohio () — A long-time Columbus anti-violence group already meeting with neighborhoods after being tapped by city hall to be part of Columbus's latest safety plan to end gun crimes.
Last fall’s overwhelming approval of a ballot measure to allow Columbus residents to receive electricity generated only by so-called renewable sources may result in a boon for an AEPOhio retail subsidiary.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH)– The Christopher Columbus statue at Columbus City Hall has been removed.Crews and a crane arrived overnight Wednesday for the removal process on the south plaza of the building in downtown Columbus.
COLUMBUS (WCMH) — The Columbus Art Commission is beginning the process of deciding what should become of the Christopher Columbus statue that once stood at city hall.Using a crane, work crews removed the statue from the south plaza in downtown Columbus last summer.
COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Ohio’s controversial “Stand Your Ground” self-defense law officially takes effect Tuesday.Even though it’s official, it remains a heated topic on both sides.
The police killing of 47-year-old Black man Andre Hill sparked outrage, and now, the officer responsible faces criminal charges.Written by Tommy G. Meade Jr.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — On Wednesday, March 31, Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther announced nine appointments to the city's first-ever Civilian Police Review Board.
The police killing of 47-year-old Black man Andre Hill sparked outrage, and now, the officer responsible faces criminal charges.Here's a guide to understand who's who as the case progresses.
COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Friday afternoon, marked the first day of spring break for Columbus City Schools.But over the next ten days, students are being encouraged to engage in safe, educational activities both inside and outside the house.
COSI and Children’s Hunger Alliance gave hundreds of science-learning kits and free meals to 125 students on Thursday, as part of an effort to keep kids engaged and fed during spring break.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — As Columbus confronts a years-in-the-making reckoning over claims of police brutality and racism, its next police chief will be able to hire their own leadership team, a first for the department in Ohio's capital and largest city.
Mayor Andrew Ginther has announced his appointments to the city’s new Civilian Review Board, who will be charged with oversight of Columbus Police.In a gymnasium at the Scioto Southland Recreation Center, Ginther emphasized the significance of the moment.
Photo via Wikimedia Commons Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther has announced his appointments to the city’s first Civilian Police Review Board.In November, residents overwhelmingly approved the creation of a Civilian Police Review Board and Inspector General for the Division of Police.