Second lawsuit filed against Mount Carmel, Dr. Husel over alleged fentanyl prescription death

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A second lawsuit has been filed against a Mount Carmel doctor who has been accused of prescribing “grossly inappropriate” lethal doses of fentanyl to 27 patients.Read more

Sen. Sherrod Brown to tour early states before 2020 decision

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Sen. Sherrod Brown is launching a tour of three states that cast pivotal early votes in the 2020 presidential primary.Read more
New member appointed to Columbus Board of Education

New member appointed to Columbus Board of Education

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The district said the decision to appoint Jennifer Adair was unanimous and will officially be sworn in on Wednesday.Read more

Community leaders urge pardon for Columbus father, 30 years after his crimes

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They describe him as "an asset to the community," and an "exemplary citizen."Read more

DeWine tackles unemployment for Ohioians with disabilities

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Newly sworn-in Governor, Mike DeWine, makes employment for individuals with disabilities top priority.Read more

Medical marijuana sales to begin Wednesday in Ohio

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Cresco Labs CY+ Dispensary and Ohio Valley Natural Relief both located in Wintersville and The Forest in Sandusky will be opening at 9 a.m.Read more

Internal memos show Mount Carmel alerted staff and authorities about patient care concerns a month ago

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Dr. William Husel, who worked with patients in intensive care, is alleged in a civil lawsuit to have ordered “grossly excessive” and “inappropriate” amounts of fentanyl...Read more

Columbus cashier celebrates her 100th birthday

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Millie Feasel has worked at Zettler Hardware for 60 years.Read more

“Cool it”: OHSAA tells parents to calm down at their kid's games

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The Ohio High School Athletic Association is passing on a message to parents and it is not mincing words.Read more


The IRS is recalling 46,000 workers to handle tax returns

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Last week, the administration said customary shutdown policies will be reversed to make the money available and refund payments on time possible.Read more

VIDEO: Toddler OK after tumbling from moving vehicle

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Police say the child was properly strapped into the car seat, but that the car seat wasn't fastened to the seat in the vehicle.Read more

Cleveland Clinic reviewing work of former doctor accused of administering lethal doses of fentanyl

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A statement from the Cleveland Clinic says the doctor was a supervised resident there from 2008 to 2013.Read more


Ohio moves up distribution of food stamp benefits for February

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No SNAP benefits will be issued in the month of February due to the government shutdown.Read more

Man killed at north Columbus car wash identified

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The employee has been identified as 35-year-old Daniel Boucher.Read more




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Former Chillicothe High School principal convicted of sex charges sentenced to 2 years

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Prosecutors have said the sexual relationships with the two students happened during the 2009-10 and 2011-12 school years.Read more

Judge bars citizenship question from 2020 census

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Judge Jesse M. Furman ruled that while such a question would be constitutional, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross had added it arbitrarily and not followed proper...Read more

Ohio State University unveils new pizza vending machine

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The vending machine can be found on campus in the North Dining Room in Morrill Tower.Read more

Another round of significant snow possible this weekend in central Ohio

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After a winter blast this past weekend, we could potentially get another shot of it this upcoming weekend.Read more

Columbus Zoo to offer free admission on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

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The zoo says standard parking fees will still apply.Read more