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Some of the biggest players in the fight against Ohio's opioid epidemic told business leaders Wednesday it might be closer than they think, and warned them to be prepared. 


A federal appeals court in Hawaii has issued a temporary stay of President Trump's revised travel ban, which affects the majority-muslim nations of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

A new report shows housing construction and occupancy downtown is growing.

In a recent study, marketing and research firm J.D. Power ranked Columbus as "Highest in Visitor Satisfaction in the Midwest."


Economist and Regionomics founder Bill LaFayette delivered his annual Blue Chip Economic Forecast at the Columbus Metropolitan Club yesterday.


Less than a week before Election Day, the candidates for Franklin County prosecutor engaged in a spirited debate at the Columbus Metropolitan Club.

Columbus' Smart City Challenge grant victory was the topic at Wednesday's Columbus Metropolitan Club forum.

Alison Holm

Supporters and opponents of a ballot issue that would change the structure of Columbus City Council continue to debate the issue for the public, with a forum Wednesday at the Columbus Metropolitan Club. 

City of Columbus

Not all Columbus police officers would be required to wear body cameras, under rules the city is in the process of drafting.

Mike Foley

Wednesday’s Columbus Metropolitan Club forum offered a glimpse at how the central Ohio economy will fare in 2016. 

Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted has expressed interest in becoming governor.

A new study finds wide differences in life expectancies among Franklin County residents.


A local economist says the outlook for central Ohio in 2015 is unusually bright. 

Drake: Waters Likely Won't Be Reinstated

Aug 14, 2014
Ohio State University

Ohio State University's evaluation of fired marching band director Jon Waters lauded him for "courageous" efforts to address attitudes surrounding the band's traditions seven weeks before he was dismissed.

The Federal Election Commission has dismissed a complaint that claimed the Ohio Republican and Democratic parties illegally accepted corporate donations from the Columbus Metropolitan Club because their leaders debated each other last May.

Experts Talk Food Insecurity At CMC

Feb 21, 2013

Food scarcity and insecurity are global problems.


Feb 7, 2013

The Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio's plan for a first of its kind total recycling operation, including energy generation and a business park, was the topic of Wednesday's discussion at the Columbus Metropolitan Club.

Experts Talk Urban Education In Columbus

Jan 31, 2013

Experts in urban education spoke at the Columbus Metropolitan Club yesterday on the challenges facing large public schools.

DeWine Talks Human Trafficking At CMC

Jan 24, 2013

Human Trafficking is gaining attention as a global human rights problem that demands local action.

State Issue 2 on the November ballot has strong coaltions of supporters and opponents.