Columbia Gas

State Fire Marshal's investigators say a gas leak contributed to the home explosion in Madison Township that killed a woman, but the cause of the leak is still unknown.

The German Village Society is asking the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio to stop Columbia Gas from moving gas meters from the inside to the outside of 16 hundred buildings.

Columbia Gas says it has been unable to find the source of a foul odor that spurred nearly 1 thousand complaint calls from central Ohio residents this week.

Columbus City Council last night approved a 37 thousand 500 dollar payment to an Upper Arlington couple whose home was damaged by a natural gas leak and house explosion in March of last year.

The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio has fined Columbia Gas 200 thousand dollars for failing to properly disconnect a service line into an Upper Arlington home that exploded last March.

Columbus fire investigators say the explosion that leveled a Lock Avenue home was accidental.

Columbus fire officials say a man and his great-granddaughter were injured in a house explosion and fire. 

Public Utilities Commission of Ohio investigators recommend Columbia Gas be fined 400 thousand dollars for a gas explosion that destroyed an Upper Arlington house and damaged others nearby.

Natural gas is suspected as the cause of a house explosion in  Upper Arlington that damaged seven to nine neighboring structures.

The American Red Cross and Columbia Gas have launched a new effort to get more Ohioans ready for fires, floods and other emergencies. 

Columbia Gas is warning its central Ohio customers of a telephone scam.

Bishop Ready High School is closed today after a gas leak sent students home early yesterday.

Columbia Gas will raise its winter budget rate to around 80-dollars a month, an increase of nearly 20 percent over last winter's rate.

Columbia Gas says Ohio customers in its budget payment plan will see their bills increase by an average of 20-dollars a month.

Columbia Gas officials say crews have repaired the mechanical failure that stopped the flow of natural gas yesterday to one-thousand Crooksville homes.

As the temperatures are expected to plummet in the next few days, Columbia Gas is asking customers to voluntarily conserve natural gas.

Columbia Gas says customer bills in Central Ohio will increase by an average of six dollars this month because of a spike in energy usage during the cold snap earlier this month.

Columbia Gas officials say they have yet to find the source of an odor reported across Franklin and Madison counties yesterday.

Construction is scheduled to begin this month on a major natural gas pipeline overhaul in Upper Arlington.

Columbia Gas customers in Central Ohio will no longer receive estimated bills.