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UCSO Reports – December 7, 2022

As a result of a traffic stop on US Route 33 near US Route 42, a deputy recovered drugs and drug paraphernalia from a 2013 Hyundai Elantra. A report was taken, #22- 0995. A Union County Deputy met with a Marion County Deputy to take custody of Michael T. Hinebaugh, age 50 of Marion for an outstanding arrest warrant. He was transported to the Tri County Regional Jail.
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The Top 10 Fine Dining Restaurants in Columbus

A birthday. An anniversary. A fancy dinner date night. Regardless of the special occasion, you’ll want to go out somewhere nice to eat, and Columbus has a lot of great fine dining locations to pick from. Each year (although we skipped 2020, for obvious reasons) we ask our readers...

Ohio State Basketball Starter Out Dealing With Family Matter

The Ohio State Buckeyes will be without a key player for tonight's home game against Rutgers. Starting guard Isaac Likekele has “gone home to Texas to attend to a family matter,” the team announced on Thursday. Likekele, a graduate transfer from Oklahoma State, is averaging 4.5 points, 6.3...

Columbus City Schools head Dixon to retire at school year's end

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Dr. Talisa Dixon is retiring from her post as superintendent and CEO of Columbus City Schools at the end of the school year. Dr. Talisa Dixon is retiring as CEO and Superintendent of Columbus City Schools. Dixon was hired for the position in March 2019. ​Dixon...

Two people shot on Noe Bixby Rd.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – Two people have been hospitalized after reports of a shooting on the southeast side of Columbus Wednesday night. According to Columbus Police dispatch, police responded to reports of a shooting just before 11 p.m. Wednesday at the 2900 block of Noe Bixby Road in the Blacklick Estates neighborhood. One person was […]

Indiana doctor drops lawsuit against attorney general

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indiana doctor has dropped a lawsuit that aimed to halt the state’s attorney general from investigating her after she provided an abortion to a 10-year-old Ohio child who was raped. Lawyers for Dr. Caitlin Bernard of Indianapolis voluntarily nixed the lawsuit filed last month against Indiana Republican Attorney General Todd Rokita, according to court filings Thursday. The lawsuit argued Rokita’s office was wrongly justifying the investigation with “frivolous” consumer complaints submitted by people with no personal knowledge about the girl’s treatment. Marion County Judge Heather Welch ruled that Rokita could continue investigating Bernard, a decision that...

Two non-stop flights added to John Glenn International Airport

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — John Glenn International Airport is the destination and departure choice for thousands more people — and airlines are hopping on that trend. Breeze Airways announced Wednesday it will add two non-stop flight routes from CMH, making the airport’s destination list bigger than ever before. So far this year, Breeze Airways has […]

Powell man killed in head-on Delaware County crash

DELAWARE COUNTY, Ohio — A Powell man is dead after crashing head-on with another vehicle in Delaware County Tuesday night, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol. The crash happened just before 8:30 p.m. on US 23 in Orange Township. According to OSHP, 32-year-old Ryan Salvator was driving north...

The Red Coat Suspects: Who’s Responsible for the Umbrella Girl’s Holiday Wardrobe Change?

It’s one of German Village’s most beloved traditions. When the weather gets colder in December, someone puts a festive red and white coat on the Umbrella Girl statue in Schiller Park. There’s no precise routine to it. It just happens one day early in the month. But when the outfit arrives, it provides a jolt of joy to the neighborhood—a playful, charming and quintessential German Village moment.

Heisman hopeful C.J. Stroud making his mom proud on and off the field

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — What is it like to be the mother of a college football star and Heisman hopeful?. Kim Stroud always believed her son was special. She went one-on-one with The Football Fever's Kellyanne Stitts giving insight into who C.J. is not just as a player, but as a person and breaking down his hopes for the future and her hopes for the college football playoff.

Free holiday drone light show in Columbus

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — Thursday night 200 drones will take flight over Columbus for a free holiday light show. The show will begin at 7 p.m., and Columbus residents can get the best view at Geno Park. PHOTOS | Homemade holiday displays light up 2022. The free drone light...

Driver does not survive head-on collision on U.S. 23

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – A man died after a head-on collision Tuesday morning on U.S. Route 23 in Orange Township. According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the accident occurred near mile post 0, close to the Franklin County and Delaware County border. At around 8:30 a.m. Ryan Salvator, 32 of Powell, was heading northbound […]

Shot fired near Meijer in Dublin

Dublin, Ohio (WSYX) — Dublin police said officers were in the area Tuesday night when at least one shot was fired near the Meijer on Sawmill Road. Police said the officers heard at least one shot and responded to the area. The officers saw a vehicle driving away, but...

Studio Session: Armchair Boogie perform blazing bluegrass—with a twist

Madison, Wisconsin band Armchair Boogie visited WYSO studios on December 8 for a live studio performance and interview with Midday Music host Evan Miller. The band features Augie Dougherty (banjo, vocals), Ben Majeska (guitar, vocals), Eli Frieders (bass), and Denzel Connor (drums)—not traditional instruments for a bluegrass ensemble. The group describes their sound as "new grass," blending guitar and banjo with a heavier, funkier rhythm section than is found is traditional bluegrass bands. The band performed three original songs, including material from their forthcoming album. In the interview, they talk with Evan about the stories behind the songs, and about running their own music festival.