Columbus Public Health

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

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.

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.

Mike Foley

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

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

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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.


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

Columbus Public Health officials are warning local doctors the Zika virus is spreading rapidly, with potentially fatal effects for infants.

Recent inspections by Columbus Public Health found no evidence of rat problems in Franklinton.

The Ohio Department of Health says it has received accreditation through a national program that includes a rigorous peer-reviewed assessment process. 

So many people in Columbus are keeping chickens and other domestic farm animals on their property that the city is proposing new rules governing how they are kept.

Columbus city officials have launched an awareness campaign about a syphilis outbreak.

Environmental groups continue their push for stronger green energy policies.

Columbus Public Health says two Franklin County residents have tested positive for West Nile Virus.

Franklin County and Columbus health officials are launching mosquito spraying this week after mosquitos caught in a trap in Grandview Heights tested positive for the West Nile virus.