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Ohio Prepares For Rock And Politics

As Ohio prepares to host a national political convention in 2016, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is getting ready too. The Hall will get some guidance on the new project from some high profile Columbus leaders recently appointed to the Hall of Fame board. Among those offering suggestions is Ohio State University President Michael Drake.
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A 28 year old man shot Monday night outside of a north Columbus motel is recovering at Riverside Hospital as police search for his shooter.

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Raising sheep in Ohio is on the increase.  Sheep production is increasingly popular as growers enjoy expanding – and profitable – markets for meat and wool. 

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Ohio Gov. John Kasich is expected to sign a roughly $71 billion spending blueprint that continues his expansion of the Medicaid health program and provides an income tax cut.

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The Scottish brewery Brew Dog will build its North American headquarters in Canal Winchester.

June could go down in the record books as one of the wettest in Columbus.  NBC4 Meteorologist Ben Gelber monitors weather patterns.

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Authorities say nine people were hurt after a fireworks box fell over and fired into a crowd in northeast Ohio.

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Extensive flooding and heavy rains have affected corn fields across Ohio and left growers contending with the possibility of lost or damaged crops.

Kasich To Enter Presidential Race On July 21

Jun 29, 2015
John Kasich
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Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who's spent the year testing his scrappy political style and pragmatic policy positions around the country, plans to formally enter the 2016 presidential race July 21 using an announcement set for Ohio State University, according to senior advisers.

Debbie Holmes

The original Port Columbus terminal building – which opened 86 years ago – could get a new lease on life this summer. 

 Jimmie Beall (left) and Mindy Ross were the first Franklin County same-sex couple to receive a marriage license
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In a five to four ruling, U.S. Supreme Court Justices paved the way for all same-sex couples to be able to marry…anywhere in the country. In Columbus, same-gender couples received marriage licenses for the first time.


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