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Voters Send Ginther, Scott To November Ballot

Fewer than 10 percent of eligible Columbus voters cast ballots in Tuesday Mayoral primary. But the results count just the same. A sheriff and a council president are headed for a November face-off.
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Federal prosecutors say a court hearing is needed to discuss dealing with classified information in the case of an Ohio man accused of plotting a U.S. terror attack.

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Franklin County election officials describe voter turnout so far today in Franklin County as light to steady.

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The Columbus recycling facility where a massive fire broke out last week had earlier been determined unsafe by city inspectors.

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A 77-year-old Logan county woman has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after admitting she caused her 100-year-old mother's death by severe neglect.

Statehouse Democrat Pushes Court To Abolish Secret Grand Juries

May 5, 2015
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Questions about how recent police-involved shootings have been handled have prompted a Democratic State Senator to ask for a big change in the way indictments are handed down.

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 It's been more than a week since Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams voluntarily recalled all of its products after Listeria was found in some of it. But the love for Jeni's hasn't waned. Many people have left "love notes" on the Short North's scoop shop door. 

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The attorney for an Ohio terrorism plot suspect is asking a federal judge to allow the man a private review of federal video and audio files in the case against him.

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Columbus faces potentially big leadership changes beginning next year at city hall and at the city schools. A crowded field of candidates will be pared beginning tomorrow when voters cast primary ballots for school board, city council, and for mayor. In the mayor's race, four candidates are asking voters to give them a chance to lead.

Aging Population, Heroin Epidemic Bring More Cases Of Elderly Abuse

May 4, 2015
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The population of people over 60 is rising, and so are the numbers of cases of elderly abuse, a problem the state has been struggling to deal with and try to prevent.

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Investigators say a forklift’s overheated brakes are among the suspected causes of a massive fire at a South Columbus recycling center. 

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