Glenn McEntyre,

Glenn McEntyre

Columbus, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Glenn:

Cold case reward: $5,000 offered for information on 1995 killing of mother and baby

Kimberly Fulton and 17-month-old Daniel Fulton were found in burned-out home in March 1995. → Read More

Westerville passes resolution to accept refugees

A Trump administration requires state and local governments to consent to receiving refugees. → Read More

Westerville joins Columbus, other cities, voting on whether to accept refugees

A Trump administration requires state, local governments to consent to receiving refugees. → Read More

Injured student describes chaos, panic after crash that overturned Perry County school bus

Police: driver who caused crash hasn't had valid license since 2000. → Read More

Church pastor's home targeted with anti-LGBTQ message of hate

The leader of a west Columbus church believes his support of the LGBTQ community made his family a target. → Read More

Former Crestline teacher seen on video dragging student with autism faces loss of license

Officer says teacher "no longer belongs in a classroom." → Read More

7th student sentenced in case of teachers' food being tainted with bodily fluids

Assault happened during student cooking contest judged by teachers. → Read More

Investigators increase reward to $15,000 for info on 5-year-old girl's death in fire

Prosecutor says cocaine was found in little girl's system. → Read More

Deputy in pursuit that ended in crash also disciplined for chase that killed pedestrian

The Franklin County Sheriff's Office says high-speed pursuit may have violated policy. → Read More

Apprenticeship programs helping Columbus State students land in-demand tech jobs

New survey shows need for more apprenticeship programs in Columbus. → Read More

"Justice was not served": Quentin Smith jurors express frustration, disgust over verdict

Jury decided Smith would get life in prison, not death, for murders of two Westerville Police Officers. → Read More

Widows of Westerville officers testify during sentencing phase of killer's trial

Based on the jury’s findings, Quentin Smith is eligible for the death penalty. → Read More

Wife of man charged in murders of Westerville officers details day of killings

Day one of testimony was dominated by emotionally wrenching stories of officers arriving at the scene of their fellow officers' killing. → Read More

Trial begins for man accused of killing two Westerville police officers

Quentin Smith is accused of killing Westerville officers Eric Joering and Anthony Morelli. → Read More

Graduates of Marion County Drug Court celebrate new chapters of hope and health

The intensive court program graduated its new class Friday. → Read More

Letters from women detail alleged sexual harassment by top Columbus Fire official

Battalion Chief Joe Richard is on leave and under internal and criminal investigation. → Read More

Man who helped rescue trooper from burning cruiser honored as 'Citizen of the Year'

Trooper Jason Phillips was unconscious in his burning cruiser after the collision with the wrong-way driver. → Read More

At least 6 women accuse Columbus Battalion Chief of sexual harassment

Columbus police are also conducting a criminal investigation. → Read More

Former Franklin County judge indefinitely suspended from practicing law

Horton had already resigned from the Ohio Court of Appeals, to which he was elected in 2015. → Read More

Community rallies around bicyclist after hit-and-run; witnesses lead police to suspect

Police say a driver crossed into the bike lane and hit the cyclist. → Read More