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Coroner Confirms OSU Students Died of Accidental Overdose

Jessica Lopez, of Greendale, died as a result of the incident in May. (Columbus, Oh.) – An autopsy has confirmed the cause of death in a drug related incident involving a Dearborn County woman. The Franklin County Coroner’s Office confirmed Tuesday that Jessica Lopez died from an accidental fentanyl...
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Ohio man sent to prison for threatening to kill patient who was seeking abortion

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - An Ohio man was sentenced on federal charges for making a bomb threat against a reproductive health services facility. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Ohio also said that Carlos Manuel Rodriguez Brime made threats against a patient, who he identified as his girlfriend, and against the Columbus-area Your Choice Healthcare clinic because he believed she was seeking an abortion.
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Upper Arlington Schools Superintendent Paul Imhoff to resign effective January 2023

Paul Imhoff, Upper Arlington Schools superintendent since January 2013, has announced he will step down in January 2023. According to a release from the district, Imhoff will become director of governmental relations for the Buckeye Association of School Administrators (BASA). In January 2013, Imhoff stepped down as superintendent of Mariemont...
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There's A New No. 1 Class In 2023 Recruiting Rankings

Ohio State has been on a recruiting roll of late, and the Buckeyes' string of commitments has placed them atop the team rankings. Following tonight's pledge from four-star cornerback Kayin Lee, Ohio State now has the No. 1 2023 recruiting class, according to 247Sports' Composite Rankings. The Buckeyes (256.79 total...
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Amazon announces 500 new jobs in the Columbus area

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — Amazon has announced 500 new jobs in the Columbus area as the company expands within Ohio. The open positions have a starting wage of $15 dollars an hour, comprehensive health benefits, paid time off, and more. According to officials, all hourly employees who have worked...
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Ohio zoo's 14-year-old tiger dies from COVID-19 complications

POWELL, Ohio — The Columbus Zoo is mourning the loss of its 14-year-old Amur tiger, Jupiter. The zoo said Jupiter died Sunday from pneumonia caused by COVID-19. Zoo officials said Jupiter had been on a long-term treatment for chronic underlying illnesses he had which made him more compromised to the virus.
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Tiger at Columbus Zoo dies from COVID-19 complications, zoo says

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Gray News) – A tiger at the Columbus Zoo died Sunday from pneumonia complications caused by COVID-19, the zoo announced Wednesday. Jupiter, a 14-year-old Amur tiger, is the first animal at the zoo to die from a COVID-19 related illness, the zoo said in a Facebook post.
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Tiger at Ohio zoo dies after contracting COVID-19

The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium has announced the death of its 14-year-old Amur tiger. Jupiter died Sunday at the zoo after he developed pneumonia caused by COVID-19, zoo officials said on social media. Jupiter was on long-term treatment for chronic illnesses that made him vulnerable to COVID-19. Zoo staff said...
COLUMBUS, OH
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According to Food & Wine Magazine, this Columbus restaurant has the best Filipino food in the state of Ohio

A Columbus restaurant recently received some pretty serious commendations, and from a pretty serious source. The modern Filipino restaurant Bonifacio, which is located at 1577 King Ave. in Grandview, was recently included in a story published by “Food & Wine” on June 28 that selected the best restaurants for Filipino food in every U.S. state.
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Tiger dies of COVID-19 at Columbus Zoo

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — An Amur tiger at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in Ohio died Sunday after developing pneumonia caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19). The 14-year-old, named Jupiter, suffered from chronic underlying illnesses that made him more vulnerable to the virus, the zoo said in a Facebook post.
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