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Topic - Columbus Dispatch
The Columbus Dispatch is a daily newspaper based in Columbus, Ohio. Its first issue was published on July 1, 1871, and has been the only mainstream daily newspaper in the city since The Columbus Citizen-Journal stopped printing in 1985. - Source: Wikipedia
American Electric Power is planning to cut rates for most residential customers by more than 12 percent.
A judge has set bond at $250,000 for a 26-year-old man accused of threatening a Megabus driver with a pellet gun in an alleged hijacking attempt in central Ohio.
An Ohio House committee has approved legislation that would create enhanced driver's licenses that could be used in place of passports when traveling to Canada or Mexico.
Authorities say a body found inside a car submerged in the Hoover Reservoir belongs to a 51-year-old Dublin man.
Ormet Corp. has told the state it will lay off the remaining 42 employees at its aluminum smelter in eastern Ohio.
An Ohio Supreme Court justice says he's considering amending his financial disclosure statements to address some unreported debts.
Some Ohio lawmakers are trying to close a gun law loophole they say allows municipalities to get around a provision permitting concealed weapons in parks.
Ohio's largest school district plans to cut about 200 positions under nearly $23 million in planned budget cuts.
The senior class president at a central Ohio college who was stabbed while he slept at his fraternity house is out of the hospital and will speak at the school's commencement ceremony this weekend.
A central Ohio man who had been smoking marijuana before he hit a police officer and another person standing on a highway ramp at an accident scene has been sentenced to more than three years behind bars.
A federal judge has ruled that a central Ohio suburb didn't discriminate in blocking a Christian school that is trying to move to a large office complex in the city.
No charges have been filed in the fatal shootings of two men during what police said was an attempted robbery at a central Ohio apartment.
A southeast Ohio grand jury has indicted two former village police chiefs on charges that they sold two used police cruisers for their own profit.
Ohio's first thoroughbred racetrack is squeezing in a few more events before horse racing there comes to an end next weekend after 91 years.
A judge has sentenced a 23-year-old central Ohio man to 20 years in prison for strangling his mother during an argument over money last year.