A man prays on Legion Lane, the Southeast Columbus, street where witnesses say a 15-year-old girl was shot and killed by Columbus Police on Tuesday, April 20, 2021.
Columbus police shot and killed a teenage girl on the city's Southeast side. The shooting occurred Tuesday afternoon just as the verdict was being announced in the trial for the killing of George Floyd.
"George Floyd! Justice!" yelled the crowd gathered outside the Hennepin County Government Center after the jury convicted former police officer Derek Chauvin.
The 12 jurors, who have remained anonymous throughout the trial, will be fully sequestered each night at a nearby hotel until they reach a decision. Any verdict must be unanimous.
Politicians, religious leaders and community activists in Ohio's capital city are calling for protests to remain peaceful as a verdict nears in the trial in the death of George Floyd.
The state will be more than doubling the number of medical marijuana dispensaries soon. And it's changing the process for granting licenses for...
Fourteen Ohio House Republicans have signed onto a bill that could allow the state to reject federal gun laws and rulings that state lawmakers feel violate the Second Amendment.
For preschool education, the pluses of the pandemic are hard to find. Enrollment dropped, some schools closed for good, and measures of kindergarten preparedness tailed off. But Ohio fared better than some states and took steps that could make it easier not only to recover but to move ahead.
The nominating committee tasked with picking replacements for two retiring Columbus City Council members has submitted one new name for the May 4 primary ballot and endorsed another candidate.
Columbus City Council member Elizabeth Brown wants a new review of police use of helicopters after a weekend flight where the pilots performed what she called "sky art."
Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley says she will try to unseat Ohio’s Republican governor after her effort to work with him on gun reforms in the aftermath of a mass shooting in her city stalled.
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