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Columbus Board of Health members have amended proposed regulations for keeping chickens in residential backyards.

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Columbus Public Health officials say the number of people who have contracted cryptosporidiosis this year is 966.

Columbus Public Health officials have reported the city's first case of West Nile Virus.

Columbus police say nine people were treated for heroin overdoses Tuesday in the Linden neighborhood, raising the possibility a new, more potent form of the drug is being sold in the city. 

Columbus Public Health officials are considering enacting new rules for people who raise chickens at their homes.

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Columbus Public Health officials say the number of cryptosporidiosis cases in Columbus and Franklin and Delaware Counties has exceeded 600.

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Columbus Public Health officials say the number of cryptosporidiosis cases in Columbus and Franklin and Delaware Counties has risen to 542, up from 423 reported last week.

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Columbus Public Health says there are now 423 cryptosporidiosis cases in Columbus and Franklin and Delaware Counties, up nearly 70 percent from last week.

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Columbus Public Health officials say there are now 202 cases of cryptosporidiosis in Columbus and Franklin and Delaware Counties, up from 107 last week.

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Columbus Public Health has declared a community outbreak of cryptosporidiosis,  a diarrheal disease caused by a parasite.

Columbus Public Health officials say two local women have been confirmed to have the Zika virus. 

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Columbus Public Health officials say for the first time this summer, a pool of mosquitos has tested positive for West Nile virus.

A Columbus woman is now the city's second case of Zika virus.

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The first class of trained outreach workers in the recently formed CelebrateOne Community Connector Corps has graduated. 

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Columbus Public health officials say crews today will start mosquito spraying in city parks over the next two days.

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Columbus Public Health says the Zika virus has been confirmed in a Columbus resident who recently returned from the Dominican Republic.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says 276 Americans died in drunken driving crashes on St. Patrick's Day from 2009 through 2013.

The Centers for Disease Control and the state say Ohio has six confirmed cases of the Zika Virus, all involving people who traveled outside of Ohio.

Columbus Public Health says test results are pending on seven people who have returned from countries hit hard by the Zika virus.

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The Columbus City Schools and Columbus Public Health have launched a campaign to get students vaccinations.

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