Scioto River Coroner: Cause Of LaBute's Death Undetermined By Jim Letizia • May 3, 2016 Columbus Division of Police Autopsy results are inconclusive on the body of the man found dead in the Scioto River in late March, several weeks after he was reported missing. Police ID Second Body Found In Scioto River By Jim Letizia • Apr 21, 2016 Columbus police have released the identity of the homeless woman whose body was found in the Scioto River early Tuesday. Police ID One Of Two Bodies Found In Scioto River, Arrest One Suspect By Jim Letizia • Apr 20, 2016 Columbus Division of Police Columbus police have arrested a suspect in the slaying of a homeless woman. Police ID Body Found In Scioto River By Jim Letizia • Apr 1, 2016 Columbus Division of Police The Franklin County coroner has identified the body found earlier this week in the Scioto River downtown. Body Found In Scioto River By Jim Letizia • Mar 30, 2016 Columbus Police are working to identify the body found in the Scioto River yesterday in the downtown area. Man Dies Attempting To Flee Columbus Police By Jim Letizia • Nov 20, 2015 Columbus Division of Police Columbus police say a homeless man who attempted to flee arrest by jumping into the Scioto River yesterday drowned after being underwater for 40 minutes. City: Algae Treatments Source Of Foul-Smelling Tap Water In Westwind By Jim Letizia • Aug 28, 2015 columbus.gov Columbus city officials say treatments for algae blooms in the Scioto River have caused foul-smelling drinking water in the Hilliard area. Future Of Santa Maria Remains Unclear By Jim Letizia • Aug 14, 2014 Work is underway to remove the Santa Maria from its dock on the Scioto River in downtown Columbus, but its future remains unclear. Commission Approves Two Downtown Projects By Jim Letizia • Aug 29, 2013 The Columbus Downtown Commission has approved plans to remove the Main Street dam on the Scioto River to create more green space. Coleman Year In Review - Part 3 By Jim Letizia • Dec 27, 2012 Earlier this year, Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman pledged 18-million city dollars toward removing the Main Street dam and developing the acres of land along the Scioto river downtown that would be created by the structure's removal.