COLUMBUS — Two Mansfield women have been identified as among the three people killed in a wrong-way crash on Interstate 71 near Polaris Fashion Place on Nov. 26. Columbus police reported that 19-year-old T'naya Douglas, of Mansfield, was driving a 2005 Ford Escape in the left lane of I-71 northbound, south of the Polaris Parkway exit, around 3 a.m. on Nov. 26.
‘Time to fund the police’: Gov. DeWine announces proposal to give millions in grant funding to Ohio law enforcement
Ohioans should look for a big announcement coming from the governor's office Monday afternoon.
COLUMBUS – A 17-year-old has been arrested in connection with a homicide on the Northeast Side Friday morning. Detectives say Deshajuan Carpenter has been charged with murder in the shooting death of a man in his 20’s whose was found inside a vehicle in the 1800 block of Oakgrove Court at 10:12 a.m. by officers responding to a reported shooting.
COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI)- 23- year – old Shad Reese was shot and killed in his vehicle on November 1, 2021. The suspected shooter, 19- year- old Kingduron Pyle, was tracked down in Shoshoni Wyoming later that month after police responded to a disturbance call. “They alerted us saying hey we...
Navigating the salary cap is one of the more important tasks for any GM. Teams that can avoid total cap chaos by walking the tightrope of inking players to deals that match their value (or compensate for future value without breaking the bank) remain successful. Those that don’t see struggles and front office changes.
COLUMBUS — Eleven area football players in Division VI and VII can officially call themselves All-Ohioans today. The Ohio Prep Sports Writers Association released its All-Ohio teams for those divisions Monday afternoon with Divisions IV and V slated to be released today. Barnesville, River and Shadyside all had multiple kids...
COLUMBUS — A Delphos student was one of the big winners in Ohio Vax-2-School scholarship contest. Widnelson Miller, of Delphos, was one of five $100,000 scholarship winners, the Ohio Lottery announced Friday. The program also awarded 150 scholarships worth $10,000 each. Among those winners were Mariel Augsburger and Charles Sutton,...
COLUMBUS — The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife has reported that Ohio’s annual deer gun hunting week finished Sunday with 70,413 deer harvested. This number marks an 8% increase in deer checked during the same season over the past three years. This number reflects 25,263 bucks...
Columbus businessman John Anker, owner of Ankerpak, held a rally Dec. 6, 2021 to officially announce his campaign to become the next mayor of Columbus, Georgia. The election is set for May 24. Incumbent Skip Henderson has said he will run again.
COLUMBUS,— Ohio hunters harvested 70,413 deer during the 2021 deer gun week that concluded on Sunday, Dec. 5, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. Over the past three years, hunters checked an average of 65,280 deer during the same weeklong period, which marks an...
COLUMBUS – Malvern's Noah Ball was named to the First Team Defense as a defensive back in Division VII as the Division VI and VII football All-Ohio teams were announced Monday by the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association. Ball, a 6-foot-4, 180-pound senior, broke the single season record with eight interceptions...
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COLUMBUS – It takes more than a health-care provider’s referral to get a person experiencing food insecurity to use a food bank for the first time, according to a new study from the Ohio State University College of Medicine published in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine.
COLUMBUS–State Representative Jon Cross (R-Kenton) has announced today new legislation, named the GROW (Graduating and Retaining Ohio’s Workforce) Ohio Act, that will help Ohio rebuild its population and future workforce with the creation of state incentives in partnership with Ohio’s institutions of higher education and business. “I’m excited to be...
COLUMBUS, Ga. (WRBL) — A Columbus businessman drew more than 125 people to the Government Center steps Monday afternoon as he announced his bid for mayor. John Anker owns a Columbus manufacturing and packaging business, Ankerpac, and he says he wants to bring that business mindset to the city. In his announcement, Anker said he wanted to work with citizens […]
COLUMBUS — The Ohio Department of Health on Monday reported 4,922 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours. That includes 349 new cases in the Mahoning Valley: 133 new cases in Mahoning County (for a total of 36,168), 152 in Trumbull (27,766) and 64 in Columbiana (17,078). Among Ohio's...
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – The deadline has passed for Columbus city employees to qualify for a COVID-19 vaccine incentive. The incentive, announced in October, came with a Dec. 1 deadline for employees to be fully vaccinated, with the city reporting mixed success. Columbus’ director or human resources said of the employees who qualified for the […]
COLUMBUS, OH (WCMH) – An ambitious bill promises an investment in higher education to help tackle population decline and workforce shortages in Ohio. Monday, flanked by nine presidents from many of the state’s largest colleges and universities State Rep. Jon Cross (R-Kenton) announced the Graduate and Retain Ohio’s Workforce (GROW) Act. He called it an […]
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Ohio State University nursing innovation for diabetic patients with COVID-19 wins international award
COLUMBUS – At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, when the nation went into lockdown, medical intensive care nurses and diabetes nurse practitioners partnered with a multi-disciplinary team at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center to develop a new way to care for COVID-19 patients with high blood sugar.
COLUMBUS — United sophomore Luke Courtney’s talent jumps out at you. Courtney, on his way to becoming one of the top kickers in the state, was named to the Division VI All-Ohio high school football Monday as selected by the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association. He received second-team honors after going...
COLUMBUS — After a remarkable season as a first-year starter for Ohio State, C.J. Stroud is a finalist for one of the top awards in all of sports. Stroud was named a finalist for the Heisman Trophy on Monday night. He and three other elite college football players are the final four in the running for the ultimate individual prize in college football.