Man in Washington state first in US to die from coronavirus; governor declares state of emergency

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The governor of Washington state declared a state of emergency Saturday after a man died there of COVID-19, the first such reported death in the United States.Read more

McDonald's giving away free Egg McMuffins on their first-ever National Egg McMuffin Day

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The Egg McMuffin was first introduced in 1971 being the first-ever quick service restaurant breakfast sandwich.Read more

Facts Not Fear: who is most at risk for the coronavirus?

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With health officials in the state of Washington announcing the nation’s first COVID-19 death, many are now taking a closer look at who is most susceptible to having...Read more

Billionaire Tom Steyer ends Democratic presidential campaign

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Billionaire activist Tom Steyer is ending his Democratic presidential campaign after pouring millions of dollars into his bid.Read more

Trump says new coronavirus cases likely, cautions 'there’s no reason to panic at all'

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The U.S. is banning travel to Iran in response to the outbreak of the new coronavirus and elevating travel warnings to regions of Italy and South Korea.Read more

Seven Greek organizations under investigation at OSU

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The investigation into some groups can go faster for chapters that accept responsibility, according to university officials.Read more

US, Taliban sign deal aimed at ending war in Afghanistan

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America's longest war may finally be nearing an end. President Donald Trump congratulated the president of Afghanistan on the deal Saturday during a scheduled press...Read more

Seven people displaced after south Columbus house fire

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The fire happened in the 1000 block of South Ohio Avenue.Read more

Joe Coulombe, founder of popular Trader Joe’s markets, dies

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Founder Joe Coulombe eschewed promotional gimmicks like loyalty clubs or loss-leader sales, getting the word out with brief radio spots and the Trader Joe’s “Fearless...Read more


One person dead after single-vehicle crash in northeast Columbus

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According to Columbus police, a female driver was traveling westbound on Broadview Road and approaching the intersection of Cherry Bottom Road in a Lexus when she failed...Read more

Pataskala police hoping for retention, salvation with March's final vote

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Pataskala Police have been facing an ongoing staffing issue the last few years.Read more

Police search for suspect after robbery at High Street business near Ohio State’s campus

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The Ohio State University has issued a public safety notice following a robbery near campus.Read more


Death of 2-year-old boy in Columbus ruled a homicide

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Clifford "Jace" Stark III died at Nationwide Children's Hospital in October 2019. New documents reveal his death was ruled a homicide and that there is evidence of a...Read more

Tony Romo staying on CBS in record $17M deal for sports analyst

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The New York Post reports ESPN was set to pursue Romo before the...Read more




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Trump accuses Democrats of 'hoax' for criticizing virus plan

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President Donald Trump lashed out Friday at Democrats who have questioned his handling of the coronavirus threat, calling their criticism a new “hoax” intended to...Read more

Minnesota Wild rout Blue Jackets 5-0

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Alex Stalock stopped 24 shots for his fourth shutout of the season and the Minnesota Wild beat the Columbus Blue Jackets for the second time this week, 5-0 on Friday...Read more

Arnold Sports Festival to screen all athletes due to coronavirus concerns

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The Arnold Medical Team, directed by Mount Carmel Health System, will screen all athletes at check-in during the 2020 Arnold Sports Festival.Read more

Attorney for former Dayton Children's Hospital doctor says images were not pornographic

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Defense attorney Jon Paul Rion says the images are of clothed individuals.Read more

Stocks fall again amid coronavirus concern in Wall Street's worst week since 2008

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The weeklong rout was being driven by fears that the spreading coronavirus will derail the global economy.Read more