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Topic - The Columbus Dispatch
The Columbus Dispatch is a daily newspaper based in Columbus, Ohio that serves the central portion of the state. 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
A horrendous Friday morning car crash between a police officer and a vehicle at a section of road in Ohio has left six dead, including a 2-year-old toddler.
Aaron Hernandez's troubles have become Urban Meyer's problem.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer said it is "wrong and irresponsible" to connect him or his former Florida staff to the murder charge facing Aaron Hernandez.
Police say an Ohio day care worker laced pancake batter with medicine to make the children sleepy.
Ohio State University Gordon Gee is retiring following the revelation of recorded remarks in which he criticized Notre Dame, Roman Catholics and the Southeastern Conference.
Four gunmen fatally shot a man who was selling alcohol in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula Sunday, and security officials are pointing the finger at Islamist militants.
When Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio, a Republican, announced earlier this month that he has evolved into a supporter of same-sex marriage after years of faithfully defending actual marriage, it seemed more a matter of shifting convenience than a blinding conversion of conscience.
New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter hasn't been making footprints during the off season, but he's now apparently concerned about his carbon footprint.
Pawing through the ashes of Mitt Romney defeat, it's clear that if the Republican Party wants to compete nationally, it has to do several things, such as re-message timeless traditional values, attract more young and minority voters -- particularly Hispanics -- and do a better job of getting out the vote.
House Speaker John A. Boehner, Republican, bought stock in two health care companies this year, while third-ranking House Republican Kevin McCarthy bought and sold Apple stock within a few days. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Democrat, bought two government bonds and sold two others.
An Ohio newspaper reports that Americans are virtually powerless to correct damaging mistakes in their credit reports owing to a failure of federal law to regulate credit-reporting agencies.
Despite numerous reports saying he's all but set to become Ohio State's next football coach, Urban Meyer said Wednesday that is not the case.
Forward R.J. Umberger will be a Columbus Blue Jacket for a while longer.
A booster says he's responsible for envelopes containing $200 in cash given to three Ohio State football players that led the NCAA to suspend them for two games apiece, a newspaper is reporting.
The NCAA has told Ohio State that it won't face the most severe charges possible in the memorabilia-for-cash and tattoos scandal that cost football coach Jim Tressel his job.