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Ohio Highway Patrol Buckles Down on Move Over Law

April 9, 2019

The Ohio Highway Patrol is focusing on enforcement of the Move Over Law. Drivers should be alert and prepared to move over for first responders and road workers.

The law requires motorists to change lanes and allow safe clearance for vehicles with flashing or rotating li .... Read More

Shooting Causes the Closure of an Illegal Ohio Nightclub!

March 15, 2019

COLUMBUS, OH – Last Thursday, the city of Columbus received an emergency court order to shut down Club Wadinasi.
The police shut down this club because .... Read More

Man Steals Police Cruiser after Being Revived!

February 21, 2019

COLUMBUS, OH - On Friday morning, Police responded to a report of a man overdosing in a residential neighborhood. When the officers arrived to help the man, he was successfully revived. After the man recovered, it quickly turned into a police chase. Delusional and scared, the man stole and crashed a police cruiser.

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Marijuana Has Come to Ohio!

January 16, 2019

WINTERSVILLE, OH – Finally, the cries for relief have been heard. This morning, January 16, 2019, jubilant citizens completed their first legal purchases of medical marijuana.

A veteran with PTSD and a past government worker with multiple sclerosis were among the first .... Read More

Murder-Suicide in Marion

December 21, 2018

MARION, OH –  Two people are dead in what police believe could be a murder-suicide in Marion. Police are still investigating the incident to determine the facts.

Police released information about the event Friday morning, December 21. The event occ .... Read More

Columbus City Council to Vote on New Medical Marijuana Dispensary Location Rules

December 3, 2018

The Columbus City Council will vote today to regulate medical marijuana dispensary locations. Priscilla Tyson, a council member, said in a written statement that the protecting community safety is the goal of the new proposed requirements. At the same time, she stressed that those with conditions that require medical marijuana must continue to have .... Read More

A Bus With Students on Board Crashed into a Home in East Columbus

November 1, 2018

Columbus, Ohio – According to the Columbus Division of Police, a bus crashed into a home in east Columbus on Wednesday.  The emergency crews responded to the crash just before 7 a.m. They were called to the 400 block of N. Monroe Avenue on the report of a bus crash. The bus crashed into a home while the students were inside the bus, on board. .... Read More

“That’s a scary thing to know” Parents Are Concerned about Their Children

October 23, 2018

Four Cases of Acute Flaccid myelitis confirmed in Ohio by the Health Department. One of them is located in Pickaway County, which is about 30 minutes south of Columbus. The illness is a serious condition affecting the nervous system leading even to paralysis. Linda Diltz and her 3-year old granddaughter, Lillian was met at the park with the l .... Read More

Paying Extra for Tickets will Promote Columbus-area Students’ Education

October 12, 2018

Columbus, Ohio - The Greater Columbus Arts Council plans to charge extra for events at venues by adding a 7 percent ticket fee. The proposed fee will result in doubling the amount of money, which will be addressed to helping organizations such as Momentum. The main goal is to help with educational outreach programs. According to Elyse Dakin, .... Read More

New Limits on Scooters in Los Angeles

September 19, 2018

LOS ANGELES, CA — Complaints about haphazard parking and carefree riding of scooter drivers recently became the main reason for concern for LA City Council. The City Council approved the city’s rules for the companies that lease scooters in neighborhoods of Koreatown. According to the rule, within certain hours the companies need to remove a .... Read More

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