Columbus News

The Ohio State Buckeyes had a ton of success this past season on the football field and they want to make sure they do everything in their power to keep the general in command in place. Head coach Ryan Day received a three-year contract extension that will keep him in Columbus through the 2026 football […]

Nationwide Children’s Hospital is world renown for the life saving skills and innovative thinking. They have managed to add on that advancement with a new pavilion dedicated to helping the growing number of children with mental health issues. According to reports, the Chief of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, Dr. David Axelson, said, “Last year, we […]

Following a big win over No. 7 Maryland Sunday, the Buckeyes have moved up two spots in the latest USA Today Coaches Poll. The Buckeyes beat Maryland 79-72 despite starting the week over with a tough road loss to Iowa. Ohio State is the only team in the Coaches Poll this season to have been […]

A 27-year-old man was shot by police responding to a burglary call only to discover a domestic violence situation near Karl Rd in northeast Columbus Monday. Police said the caller stated that the suspect threatened to shoot her and may be armed with a gun. Officers arrived on the scene and determined the situation was […]

Although this rule is needed because parents and fans sometimes get a little too touchy-feely with refs some even go as far as full-blown assault and I do believe that this bill will help prevent this from happening as frequently as it does. Here’s where I have a problem these refs out here sometimes bait […]

Beginning today, the ParkColumbus mobile payment app and parking meter rate recommendations will go into effect in the downtown area. This also includes a new meter structure and time limits at more than 2,800 downtown meters. The ParkColumbus app will be used at all metered parking spaces in downtown Columbus. Some of the changes parkers will […]

The No. 25 Ohio State Buckeyes grabbed a signature win against No. 7 Maryland Sunday afternoon 79-72 at Value City Arena. The Buckeyes, who were in desperate need of another quality win as the season nears an end, knocked off a team ranked in the top 10 for the fourth time this season. The others […]

A Columbus teen was hit and killed by a vehicle early Saturday morning in Jackson Township. According to the sheriff’s office a 2019 Dodge Challenger was traveling east on I-270  near I-71 in the fast lane, when the victim, who appeared to be walking on the road, was hit just after 3:40am Authorities say the […]

Just in time for black history month. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine honored Col. Guion Bluford Thursday with the Ohio Distinguished Service Medal. This is the highest honor non-combat decoration for service in Ohio. Bluford, who lives Westlake, Ohio is well-known for being the first black man to travel into space in 1983. Before he made history, […]

Two former Ohio State University football players are facing serious charges. On Friday Amir Riep and Jahsen Wint were both indicted on two counts of rape and one count of kidnapping. Both are also facing the maximum sentencing of 33 years in prison and register as sex offenders. According to court papers, the victim said […]