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Columbus Police Release Body Cam Footage From Franklinton Shooting

Columbus Police on Thursday released video of the department’s first officer-involved shooting to be captured by police body cameras.

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Esther Honig

Like many fire stations across Columbus, Station 18 in the Linden neighborhood has seen an uptick in the number of overdose runs.

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"Oh my God!" "Why why why why why?" "Keep them back." "Get back, get back, get back."

That's how the audio starts, after two Columbus Police officers shot Kareem Ali Nadir Jones. Taken from the body camera of Samuel James, one of two officers involved, the audio only captures the aftermath of the July 7 shooting.

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For the third year, Nationwide Arena will not be able to pay back any of its loans from a complex deal to use casino-tax money to finance the arena.  

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Senate Republicans on Thursday released a revised version of the Better Care Reconciliation Act, their plan to replace the Affordable Care Act.

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Columbus Police on Thursday released video of the department’s first officer-involved shooting to be captured by police body cameras.

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All Republican Senators have been called to a meeting Thursday to talk about the GOP’s newest plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act. But some are also meeting with Democrats about an alternative. Democratic Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown says he’d be willing to be part of such talks

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Brain injuries are among the conditions for which Ohio has approved the use of medical marijuana. And a group of investors with strong ties to high school, college and pro football in the state is among those applying for a license to dispense the drug.

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The state Department of Education can start collecting $60 million from Ohio’s largest online charter school. This comes after the Ohio Supreme Court decided not to grant an injunction. However, the fight is far from over.

The participants protested the planned execution of Ronald Phillips on July 26.
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Ohio is set to execute an Akron man inmate later this month. If it happens, it will be the first execution in the state in three-and-a half years. And death penalty opponents are trying to stop it.

Erin Gottsacker

Though America's coal industry continues to shrink, it's left its mark on earth: Abandoned strip mines, flattened by explosions and the desperate search for fuel.

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