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Ohio Restaurant Now Named Highest Rated Breakfast Spot In America
While chain restaurants may be more well-known throughout Ohio, the Buckeye State has plenty of quaint restaurants that wow you with their tasty dishes. And give you a hometown feel that some chain restaurants sometimes lack in our dining experiences. One Ohio cafe is serving awesome food and giving great service and it's now the highest-rated breakfast spot in America.
Foster mother accused of murdering Ohio boy at center of Amber Alert formally charged
A woman involved in a statewide Amber Alert earlier this month has been formally charged.
Popular Columbus bar broken into back to back
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — A popular Columbus bar on Harrison West Bar was broken into twice this week. The owner shared a video of the thieves to help police catch who did it. Zeno's Pub was hit back to back. First Sunday, and then again Monday. But the owners...
Tornado watch issued for western Ohio, storms expected to hit Columbus early Wednesday
The National Weather Service in Wilmington issued a tornado watch late Tuesday for parts of western Ohio as a strong storm system began to enter the region. The watch remains in effect until 6 a.m. and includes Ohio counties of Brown, Clark, Darke, Highland, Montgomery, Warren, Butler, Clermont, Greene, Logan Preble, Champaign, Clinton, Hamilton, Miami and Shelby. ...
Ohio Has Two of the Worst Grocery Stores in the U.S.
A recent report calls out 2 Ohio grocery stores as being among the 10 worst in the United States of America. Solitaired crunched tons of Google review data to find the best and worst grocery stores in America,. To find these answers and more, we analyzed Google reviews from 3,000...
A Week of Community and Culture: Exploring Columbus Events from March 1st to 7th, 2024
1. Solshine Reverie: On The Road Tour - Columbus, Ohio. Solshine Reverie: On The Road Tour is an event where local artists compete for a spot on the Solshine Reverie lineup, with attendees getting a chance to win a 3-Day GA Pass to the festival.
A look at prominent strangulation murders in Franklin County, Columbus
Strangulation is a leading sign of escalating violence in a relationship, researchers and law enforcement say. Strangulation also increases the victim's chances of facing a violent death. In fact, those who have survived a strangulation are 750% more likely to be subsequently killed by their attacker, according to the Training...
Police: 2 residents pistol-whipped, suspect stabbed in southeast Columbus home invasion
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Two residents in southeast Columbus were injured during a reported home invasion early Tuesday, according to a sergeant with the Columbus Division of Police. Officers were called to the 3000 block of Gurtis Drive around 1:50 a.m. for a report of a home invasion. When they...
Ohioana Library punished for honoree's words, prosecutor fight and a school funding duel.
Word are powerful things. Lancaster native Brian Alexander, an award-winning journalist and author, says the words he used about J.D. Vance, now a U.S. senator, Gov. Mike DeWine and former President Donald Trump while accepting an award were twisted to hurt the Ohioana Library. In a guest column published Tuesday,...
Severe weather Columbus, OH | High winds, large hail possible as strong storms move through area
Central Ohio braces for overnight severe storms with potential for high winds, large hail, and tornadoes. Stay alert with the 10TV mobile app for updates during critical hours. Southernly winds usher in moisture, escalating threats. Columbus faces temperature shifts and possible flash flooding amidst turbulent weather conditions.
Preliminary report details deadly Florida crash of flight that took off from Columbus
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — The plane that took off from Columbus and crashed in Florida recorded three engine warnings shortly before pilots radioed that they had lost both engines, a new report says. The preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board gives insight into the sequence of events...
Tornados? In February? They're more common in central Ohio than you might think
Despite an unseasonably warm few weeks and an early spring forecast from Buckeye Chuck, Columbus still finds itself technically in the middle of winter. You might have been shocked to see, then, that the National Weather Service forecasted thunderstorms, high winds, hail and even tornadoes for Tuesday and Wednesday. In just a few days, the weather has gone from winter wonderland to wind tunnel. ...
Three things to know
Rape defendant returned for trial. A Columbus man charged with raping a Logan resident in May of last year has been returned to face trial in Hocking County. Virgil Eugene Johnson, 43, is facing multiple charges including one count of rape with a repeat violent offender specification. Learn more on page A3. Music, art and literature on tap at Bowen House. The Bowen House in Logan has a number of events scheduled for March and April, including the 22nd annual Logan-Hocking Middle School art show, a songwriter showcase, and a reading by two local authors from their collaborative book. Learn more on page A5. WIC funding in jeopardy? Ohio Capital Journal reports that Congressional conflict is spelling uncertainty for 176,513 women, infants and children who are enrolled in an Ohio program that receives federal funds to help feed pregnant people and children. See story on page B6.
Man scammed out of $6,000 on Facebook
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — A Westerville man learned firsthand that selling something to strangers online comes with a risk. Every five years, Darren Macron replaces his wife’s wedding ring with a well-deserved upgrade. Knowing her current set was still in good condition, he had it appraised, then listed it for sale on Facebook Marketplace for […]
Man stood over victim and shot him several times, police say
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – A man accused of standing over a victim and shooting him several times in the middle of a south Columbus street was arrested and faced a judge over the weekend. On Saturday, police arrested 46-year-old Shawn Higgs, who is accused of shooting another man several times near the intersection of East […]
Columbus, Ohio House Sells for $1.6M: French Country Manor Charm and Modern Elegance
A charming 2.5-story house near Columbus, Ohio recently changed hands for $1,600,000 on February 26th. Located at 1373 Fountaine Dr, Columbus, OH, 43221, this exquisite property boasts 6 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms, spread across a vast 6,750 square feet on a generous lot size of 11,761 square feet. The real estate listing describes the house as a "Remarkable Estate inspired by French Country Manor architecture," showcasing a seamless blend of old-world charm and modern elegance.
Columbus woman who claimed boyfriend accidentally shot himself sentenced for his murder
Creshella Jarju testified at her murder trial that her boyfriend accidentally shot himself. Now, the 46-year-old from Columbus' East Side is facing life in prison for the 2020 death of 54-year-old Roger Prophet. Jarju went to trial in early February in Franklin County Common Pleas Court, where the jury found Jarju guilty of one...
Local donut shop abruptly closes a location
A popular shop for funky, miniature donuts in over 70 flavors, and fresh coffee has officially said goodbye. The Upper Arlington location of Peace, Love, and Little Donuts announced via Facebook that they’d officially be closing up shop on Monday, February 26, after being located at 2110 W. Henderson Rd. since 2019.
First Warning Weather Team explains what goes into calling a Weather Alert Day
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — With the rising threat of severe thunderstorms on Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning across Central Ohio, our First Warning Weather Team is tracking developments hour by hour to keep you up to date to ensure you and your family are safe if and when storms roll in.