Columbus City Council is considering legislation to ban the use of so-called "conversion therapy" on LGBTQ youth. 

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Columbus Mayor Andy Ginther has a message for community activists who want the city to end it's summer safety initiative - too bad.


A Short North restaurant is the first in Ohio to declare itself a "sanctuary restaurant." 

Local and federal authorities are investigating a bomb threat called in to a Jewish Community Center in Beechwood. 


Some Ohio lawmakers are pushing a bill they say would save consumers, and in particular women, 4 million dollars a year.


Four Ohio cities are in the top five in the U.S. for the greatest number of seriously underwater home mortgages, according to a recent report by a real estate information service.


The Ohio Highway Patrol says the pilot was killed Sunday when his plane crashed into a field near I-70 in Harmony Township in Clark County.


Pennsylvania environmental regulators say there's a likely correlation between a natural gas company's fracking operation and a series of minor earthquakes in western Pennsylvania last year.

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Teachers unions are gearing up for a fight against a controversial provision in Governor John Kasich's state budget proposal requiring educators to shadow workers at local businesses in order to renew their licenses.


Ohio Governor John Kasich says he supports repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act but thinks a plan floated by Congressional Republicans to phase out the expanded Medicaid program is a "very bad idea."

Authorities say a 59-year-old Gahanna man was killed Friday in a skiing accident at the Snow Trails ski slopes near Mansfield. 

A group of U.S. Senators is backing a proposal to eliminate a tax penalty levied on student loans forgiven after the death or disability of the borrower.


State lawmakers have formally introduced a bill removing sales taxes from feminine hygiene products.

A federal appeals court has rejected a lawsuit by Republican Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine challenging what he called an unconstitutional health care tax levied on state and local governments.

Columbus police say a man shot and killed his former girlfriend Friday morning near a UPS distribution facility on Trabue Road, then shot and wounded himself nearby.


In the last two legislative sessions, at least one Republican state lawmaker has introduced a bill changing the rules for union dues and membership for public employees.


A group of Columbus health professionals and community activists say the city needs a new perspective on dealing with violence in neighborhoods. 

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Columbus police say a woman was shot and wounded this morning near a UPS distribution facility on Trabue Road.


The Violet Festival in Pickerington is ending after an 18 year run.