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Man arrested in Gahanna after manhunt

GAHANNA, Ohio — A man was arrested in Gahanna after a manhunt late Tuesday evening, according to Gahanna police. The incident happened just before 11 p.m. when Gahanna police were searching for a man. Franklin County sheriff deputies joined the hunt as police set up a perimeter after a crash...
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Columbus man dies after crash on I-270 in Franklin County

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ohio — A Columbus man has died after crashing his truck on Interstate 270 in Sharon Township Tuesday afternoon, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol. OSHP says 50-year-old Gary Wheeler was traveling east on I-270 around 4:15 p.m. when his truck went off the left side of the road and sideswiped a barrier wall.
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Death of woman whose remains were burned in Urbancrest is ruled a homicide

COLUMBUS (AP) — Authorities say the death of a woman whose burning body was found last week in a wooded area of southwestern Franklin County has been ruled a homicide. Firefighters responding to reports of a possible brush fire in Urbancrest found the remains of Jenay Crawley on June 14, according to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office.
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ODOT: What improvements can be made on US-23 between Waldo and I-270?

DELAWARE, Ohio — U.S. 23 is busy across the State of Ohio but drivers in Delaware County and the surrounding areas are especially frustrated by bottlenecks, congestion and unreliable travel times, according to the Ohio Department of Transportation. It’s why ODOT is hosting virtual public meetings to gauge options for...
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Eviction moratorium ends this month; agencies brace for filings

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Centers for Disease Control put in a place an eviction moratorium during the pandemic to prevent landlords from evicting tenants for non-payment. The national moratorium protected certain renters, including those who earned less than $99,000 a year, whose income took a substantial financial hit because of COVID or who were laid off, or if an eviction would have caused a renter to be homeless.