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1 critically injured in east Columbus shooting

COLUMBUS, Ohio — One person is in critical condition following a shooting in east Columbus early Sunday morning, according to the Columbus Division of Police. Officers responded to the 3100 block of Sterling Lane shortly before 1 a.m. Once on scene, police said they found one person suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was taken to Grant Medical Center to be treated.
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Man, 32, killed in east Columbus shooting

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — A 32-year-old man is dead after a shooting overnight Sunday in east Columbus, according to police. CPD state that officers went to the 3100 block of Sterling Lane just before 12:30 a.m. where they found Henry B. Moore Jr. suffering from a gunshot wound. Moore Jr. was taken to Grant Medical […]
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Police look for information on road rage shooting suspect

See an earlier report on this shooting in the video player above. COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — The Central Ohio Crime Stoppers are looking for information on a road rage shooting suspect who shot at a woman Monday while both of them were driving on I-670. Police went to the 2800 block of Fred Taylor Drive […]

Public Records: Restaurant Inspections

The following are restaurant inspections with critical violations, as conducted by the Zanesville-Muskingum County Health Department, between May 2 and June 27 May 5 Hometown Eatz-n-Sweetz, 34 Potters Ave., Roseville, Food not properly protected from contamination by separation, packaging, and segregation. ...

When wife screamed, husband thought it was a bug. It was only a $542,000 winning ticket in Mississippi Lottery

A Columbus woman, still in shock, claimed $542,292.73 in prize money from the Tuesday, June 21, Mississippi Match 5 drawing. The player loves Mississippi Match 5 and plays every week, always choosing the Quick Pick option. Typically, she purchases five tickets each time. Something made her up that number and purchase 10 for Tuesday’s drawing. As she checked her numbers Tuesday night, it was the seventh ticket yielding her big win.

New restaurant now open in the former home of DeArini’s

Even though the long-standing Columbus eatery DeArini’s has closed after more than 50 year, a new concept has already opened in the space. Kelley’s Pub & Patio, which was created by owner Ben Skinner after he purchased the restaurant earlier this year, will hold a party to celebrate its opening on July 8 at 7:30 p.m. Kelley’s opened to the public last month.

Graeter's reveals new limited edition Churro bonus flavor

Ice Cream Month is almost here and to kick off the celebration, Graeter's stopped by Good Day Columbus to share their new limited edition Churro flavor. The delicious flavor features cinnamon ice cream with crunchy churro pieces. Greater's is celebrating over 150 years of business and is most known for...

After a flurry of openings, here’s our list of some of the most exciting new taco restaurants in the city

Even though the city of Columbus already boasted a multitude of high-quality taco spots, the first half of this year has seen an explosion of new eateries open. Because we love tacos just as much as you, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite recently-opened spots to try. Whether it be national taco chains opening, or small mom-and-pop shops, there’s plenty of variety. And we’re ready to dig in.

Meet the Gay Goat Guys, a Modern Couple Committed to Putting Animals First

While they are known as the “Gay Goat Guys,” neither Chad Snelling nor Jeff Wince had any plans to market themselves that way—or to raise goats, for that matter. Neither man grew up on a farm, and Wince had only a passing knowledge of farming. But living in Columbus, Ohio, the pair had a dream to move to the country, just like the stars of The Fabulous Beekman Boys. The reality show followed another married couple, Brent and Josh, as they moved to a farm in upstate New York. Wince was enamored with the idea, but Snelling wasn’t so sure. And then, one day about 12 years ago, Snelling got a text from his husband.

Former White Sox player becomes healthy eating restaurateur

After four years in professional baseball, Casey Schroeder settled in to Grandview to pursue a new career endeavor: restaurant owner. Following his career as a catcher for Chicago White Sox minor league teams, he wanted a new opportunity to step up to the plate. This time, he’s promoting healthy foods as a Clean Eatz franchisee.