Columbus Men Plead Guilty to Armed Robbery of Mail CarrierNik HatziefstathiouNewsBreak Contributor
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Franklin County deputies respond to North Linden shooting
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – A reported shooting sent Franklin County deputies to the North Linden neighborhood late Friday morning. According to Columbus police dispatchers, the shooting occurred in the 2000 block of Dunbar Drive, near Cleveland Avenue, just before 11 a.m. CPD was unable to provide additional information and said that the area of Dunbar […]
A new restaurant has opened in Columbus, Ohio
A new restaurant has come to Columbus. At the beginning of November, the new restaurant Tio's Diner celebrated its grand opening in Columbus, according to the restaurant's social media account. You can find Tio's Diner at 1881 S High St (where Dan's Drive-In used to be).
After nearly 75 years, this Columbus eatery has closed its doors
Since 1951, Dan’s Drive-in had served as a popular eatery with a backdrop of classic Americana. Almost three quarters of a century later, Dan’s Drive-in has closed. the restaurant was located at 1881 South High St. A landmark of the City’s far South Side, Dan’s boasted an iconic red and white marquee sign welcoming visitors.
Three hurt in Thursday night shooting on East Side of Columbus
Three people suffered gunshots during a late-Thursday altercation on the East Side, Columbus police said. Columbus police responded about 10 p.m. to the 1500 block of Elaine Road on a report of a shooting. Upon arriving, they found three adults all suffering from gunshot wounds. All three are expected to...
New Ohio bill would allow recreational marijuana to be banned locally
A bill introduced this week in the Ohio Statehouse would change the state's new recreational marijuana law, which voters approved in the November election and which takes effect next week.
New dosa-focused eatery from owner of Cumin & Curry coming to Columbus area
The owner of the popular Indian eatery Cumin & Curry is planning to bring a new concept to Gahanna. Dosa Kitchen, which is located at 1307 Stone Ridge Dr., will likely open its doors sometime in January, according to owner Govinda Gautam. “It’s a South Indian restaurant. We wanted to...
A 29-year-old father, inexplicably vanished in the early hours of February 24, 2019 in Ohio
In the heart of Columbus, Ohio, a mystifying event unfolded that still haunts the Easton Town Center area. Tyler Davis, a 29-year-old father, inexplicably vanished in the early hours of February 24, 2019, leaving behind a trail of unanswered questions and a family grappling with his absence.
Grandmother of teen involved in stolen Kia fatal crash says grandson is 'remorseful'
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — The grandmother of a 15-year-old who police say was behind the wheel of a stolen Kia when it crashed into a car and killed a father of two said her grandson is very remorseful and sorry the crash happened. Matthew Moshi, 36, died Monday, three...
Suspects accused of stealing from a north Columbus business
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — Columbus Police are calling on the community to help bring two suspects to justice. The suspects are accused of breaking into a business in the 900 block of North 22nd Avenue in north Columbus at around 8:05 a.m. on Nov. 25. Police said they stole...
Columbus Men Plead Guilty to Armed Robbery of Mail Carrier
In a recent hearing in federal court, two Columbus men, Da’mon May and Cody Beasley, admitted to their roles in the armed robbery of a mail carrier in Dublin, Ohio. Da’mon May (18): Pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting the aggravated robbery of U.S. property and to aiding and abetting the brandishing of a firearm during a crime of violence.
The ‘center’ of Ohio? It’s a barn, according to the US Census Bureau
When you think of the heart of Ohio, maybe you think of its capital, Columbus. Geographically speaking, maybe you think of an area slightly east of there. Utica, maybe? If your first thought is Columbus, you aren’t far off. But you’re also not exactly right. Since the first census in 1790, the U.S. Census Bureau has been […]
What did Columbus officials learn from Latitude Five25 mess to help with Colonial Village?
The mess at Latitude Five25 and the relocation efforts local officials undertook to find temporary, then permanent housing for its residents was more than a test run for what they now face in a similar undertaking for Colonial Village residents. When Columbus officials emptied the Latitude Five25 apartments on Christmas...
Dozens of cars vandalized in apparent smash-and-grab in Italian Village
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – Dozens of cars were broken into in an apparent smash-and-grab north of Downtown Columbus early Friday morning. Columbus police were called to the 300 block of East Second Avenue in the Italian Village neighborhood where several car windows were smashed out. A witness told police someone was breaking into cars at […]
Lawyer who delayed settlement payout to client suspended
Ruling on a complaint filed by the Columbus Bar Association, the Supreme Court of Ohio sanctioned a Columbus attorney for making his client wait nine years to receive a portion of her divorce settlement.
Shooter and accomplice sentenced to prison for $10,000 murder-for-hire plot in Columbus
A convicted contract killer and his accomplice are going to prison for a shooting that left two dead in Columbus while the man prosecutors allege paid $10,000 for the assassination remains on the run. Franklin County Common Pleas Judge Chris Brown sentenced the shooter, Tyrone Copeland, 31, and his accomplice,...
Columbus Woman Kidnapped and Assaulted Following Car Crash in Eastmoor
A woman in Columbus, Ohio faced a nightmarish situation on November 15th when, after a car accident in the Eastmoor neighborhood, she became the victim of a kidnapping and brutal assault. The incident began at the intersection of East Broad Street and North Weyant Avenue. In an attempt to evade her attackers, she sought sanctuary in a McDonald's bathroom, only to be pursued by Ronald Alexander, Annetta Boswell, and an unidentified third accomplice. Despite her efforts to hide, she was later spotted in a Lowes store where security cameras recorded Alexander dragging her out, marking the start of a harrowing abduction.
Ohio Man Beats Cancer, Credits Lifelong Passion for Hot Wheels
His toy car collection helped him pay for treatment. In an inspiring tale of resilience and passion, Steve Mason, a 69-year-old Columbus, OH native, has overcome his battle with cancer, fueled in part by his lifelong love for Hot Wheels toy cars. Mason's journey with these miniature vehicles goes beyond mere collection; it's a story of how a hobby can become a lifeline during life's toughest challenges.
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Cats Up for Adoption in columbus, OH
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around columbus.
Feds move to claim another $6.5 million from FirstEnergy over bribery scheme
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The federal government moved Monday to claim another $6.5 million of FirstEnergy Corporation’s money, another ripple in an ongoing, seismic public corruption case. The money comes from two accounts controlled by Partners for Progress, secretly used to fund the company’s bribery scheme between 2017 and...
Residents demand trustee resignation following racist comment; Bart Fannin refuses
Barton Fannin listened for two hours to his constituents' tearful, angry and threatening testimony. The Scioto Township trustee squirmed in his seat and held his hand over his mouth as they vowed to boycott the farmer's roadside market and seek his ouster. "You are a racist. You are a bigot. You have got...