Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman has appointed a man with over a quarter century of experience to lead the Columbus Division of Fire.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman says the city will consider outfitting police officers with body cameras. Coleman says the goal is to help improve police-community relations.
Columbus city and tourism officials want to take advantage of the corporate community's outrage over Indiana's so-called "religious freedom" law.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman's economic development task force has released a report with proposals aimed at making Port Columbus a centerpiece of future regional growth.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman shook things up a bit for his 16th and final State of the City event last night.
Columbus has lost its bid to host the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
A new report shows Columbus' downtown residential population continues to grow.
NHL All-Star Game festivities are underway.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman says bringing the 2016 Democratic National Convention to the city is priority one, two and three for his final year in office.
After voters in 2012 defeated the Columbus City Schools levy that Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman championed, Coleman proposed the creation of a cabinet-level Education Department to improve public and private education in the city.
In yesterday's installment of his annual end of the year interview with WCBE, Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman told Jim Letizia he knows what the city's issues are and and is trying to fix them.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman says the city's notable achievements in 2014 are helping change its national image.
Democratic Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman has endorsed Columbus City Council President Andy Ginther's Mayoral bid.
Columbus City Council last night voted to oppose renewing the annual liquor licenses of 26 bars and carryouts due to underage sales and criminal activity.
19 people have applied to fill a soon-to-be vacant seat on Columbus City Council.
Democratic Columbus City Council President Andy Ginther has formally announced he will run for Mayor next year.
Franklin County Sheriff Zach Scott has issued a statement saying he plans to run for mayor of Columbus.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman says today he will not run for election to a record fifth term next year.
Calling it a prudent and efficient budget, Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman today unveiled his 2015 spending proposal.
Under Coleman's proposal, the city would spend $546 million on public safety. Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs says she's pleased with the proposal.
Maintaining city services and spending levels seemed to be the theme of the entire proposal - with one exception.
Columbus safety director Mitch Brown is retiring in the wake of criticism of the way his office handled thousands of calls to the city's 311 complaint center.