Baby giraffe, Ubumwe, dies at Columbus Zoo

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The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium announced that a baby female giraffe died early Saturday morning.Read more

Face the State with Scott Light | November 18, 2018

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This week: Women head to Capitol Hill and Kasich on the road.Read more

Disney celebrates 90 years of Mickey Mouse with the launch of The Mickey Classics Collection

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Shinola and Disney are pleased to announce the launch of the Mickey Classics Collection, a capsule collection that honors 90 years of Mickey Mouse.Read more

Police searching for man who stole box trailer from driveway

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Police are searching for a man who stole a box trailer from someone's driveway on Sunday, Nov. 11.Read more

Coroner to perform autopsy on inmate found unresponsive in Richland County Jail

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A Richland County Jail inmate is dead after being found unresponsive Saturday morning.Read more

Former Vice President Joe Biden adopts new dog

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Former Vice President Joe Biden has a new four-legged family member.Read more

5 people injured in north Columbus crash

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Five people were injured after a crash in north Columbus, according to police. Read more

Two dead after being hit by Christmas-themed train in Massachusetts, officials say

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Two people were hit and killed by a Christmas-themed train Saturday night in Wareham, CBS Boston reports.Read more

New Lewis Center Brewery adds to growing local industry

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What started as an idea between a few friends has contributed to a growing industry in central Ohio.Read more


76 people killed, nearly 1,300 unaccounted for in California wildfires

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Authorities also say they found five more bodies Saturday in Northern California's Camp Fire, bringing the death toll to 76.Read more

Ohio mother, child found in South Carolina after Amber Alert issued

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A northeast Ohio mother and her six-month-old daughter were found in South Carolina on Saturday after an Amber Alert was issued by the Cleveland Heights Police DepartmentRead more

Democrat Andrew Gillum officially ends bid for Florida governor

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Democrat Andrew Gillum says he is ending his hard-fought race for Florida governor and has congratulated Republican Ron DeSantis.Read more


Columbus woman arrested on Live PD Friday night

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The sheriff's office was featured on A&E's 'Live PD', a show that follows law enforcement agencies across the country during their shifts.Read more

Mother in migrant caravan makes appeal to Trump: "Open the doors for us, I beg you"

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With each passing day, more migrants make it to Mexico's side of the U.S.-Mexico border. But for those who make it across, another difficult journey through the American...Read more




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Vice Commander: “No specific complaint” against Sirens the night officers arrested Stormy Daniels

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Police records from July 11 show that four vice officers entered Sirens to investigate allegations of “alleged prostitution and drug activity.”Read more

Local Girl Scouts remember 'sisters' in Wisconsin killed in crash

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A lot can be said in 40 seconds of silence.Read more
Dog Walkers Weekly "Furr-cast" | November 17, 2018

Dog Walkers Weekly "Furr-cast" | November 17, 2018

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Chilly weather continues this weekend but you and your pets will love the weather for the upcoming week.Read more

Michelle Obama's memoir sells more than 725,000 copies

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First-day sales for Michelle Obama's "Becoming" topped 725,000 copies, making it one of the year's biggest debuts.Read more

Columbus City Schools new superintendent ready to lead district

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Dr. Talisa Dixon is months away from her first day as superintendent with Columbus Public Schools, but she's ready for the challenges ahead.Read more