Franklin Park

The Ohio Development Services Agency has rejected a request from a developer for historic tax credits to rehab a trolley barn complex on Oak Street.

An estimated crowd of between 300 and 400 people gathered Saturday at Franklin Park to protest local police shootings and call for social justice.

Columbus police are searching for a motive and suspects in the death of a man found early Saturday in Franklin Park.

The owner of six dilapidated trolley barns near Franklin Park has sold them for 337 thousand dollars to a local real estate broker.

The organizer of the annual Juneteenth Festival is taking the city to federal court, claiming officials discriminated against the African-American community by stopping the festival last year after a child was shot.

Columbus police say they had no choice but to shut down the annual Juneteenth Festival early.

Columbus police are seeking any video that may have been taken of a shooting at a weekend festival that wounded an 11-year-old boy.