Mayor Andrew Ginther

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Columbus has unveiled a new website to act as a kind of clearing house for important regional data, as part of a larger effort to improve mobility around the city.

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The city of Columbus won a small victory in its lawsuit against the Columbus Crew this week. A Franklin County judge granted their request for a 90-day pause, allowing the city more time to potentially buy the Major League Soccer team.

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Bike patrols are coming to new neighborhoods as part of the city's ongoing effort to enact its new Comprehensive Neighborhood Safety Strategy. 

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Potential buyers of Columbus Crew will have the chance to see the team's financial records, according to emails filed with the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas.

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The Columbus City Attorney's office has made another move in its attempt to keep Columbus Crew in the city. 

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Mayor Andrew Ginther wants to spend more than a billion dollars on infrastructure projects in 2018. 

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Appearing with Mayor Andrew Ginther in Columbus on Monday, Richard Cordray announced his plan to combat the opioid epidemic in Ohio.

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Columbus officials are all excited about the expansion of the Hilton Columbus Downtown into the city's first 1,000-room convention hotel.

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Mayor Andrew Ginther announced he will appoint 17 people to a newly-formed Community Safety Advisory Commission.

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Richard Cordray continues getting endorsements from some of Ohio's most well-known Democrats. The latest endorsement comes from Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther.

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