Nathaniel Shuda, The Columbus Dispatch

Nathaniel Shuda

The Columbus Dispatch

Columbus, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Nathaniel:

Franklin County OKs $5M to help minority, female developers create affordable housing

The Franklin County Board of Commissioners granted $5 million in COVID-19 funds to the Affordable Housing Trust to help emerging minority developers. → Read More

Franklin County to hold second town hall on new body cameras for sheriff's deputies

The event comes days after Casey Goodson Jr.'s family released a photo it says shows he was unaware deputy Jason Meade was approaching him. → Read More

Franklin County to address gun violence as 'scourge,' but not as 'public health crisis'

Franklin County Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday committing the county to addressing "the scourge of gun violence." → Read More

Franklin County gives Mid-Ohio Food Collective $2.5 million in federal COVID-19 relief funds

The Franklin County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a $2.5 million grant to the Mid-Ohio Food Collective using federal COVID-19 relief. → Read More

Many Franklin County voting locations have changed for Aug. 2 primary. Here's where to go

Franklin County consolidated 320 voting locations to 156 for Tuesday's primary elections. Here's what you need to know about where to cast your ballot. → Read More

Franklin County needs 829 poll workers for Tuesday's primary election

Franklin County needs more than 800 poll workers for Tuesday's primary elections, though voters likely won't notice a difference, an official said. → Read More

Franklin County's new jail has former Sheriff 'Big Jim' Karnes as inspiration

Franklin County's new James A. Karnes Corrections Center, named after the county's longest-serving sheriff, will use a direction supervision model. → Read More

Franklin County officials expect no tax, fee hikes in 2023 budget thanks to COVID relief funds

Franklin County commissioners have approved the preliminary fiscal 2023 budget, which anticipates voters renewing a Senior Services levy on Nov. 8. → Read More

Two teens die after shooting in West Albany neighborhood, on Columbus' Northeast Side

Two teens died after suffering gunshot wounds about 11 p.m. Friday on Columbus' Northeast Side, in what police say are the 55th and 56th homicides. → Read More

Going boating this weekend? Here's how Ohio officials say you can stay safe

ODNR officials share tips on staying safe this summer while boating on local waterways. National Safe Boating Week 2022 runs May 21-27. → Read More

Franklin County to host public demonstration Thursday of new sheriff's body cameras

Franklin County will hold a town hall from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday to demonstrate new Motorola body cameras and discuss usage and storage policies. → Read More

Otto Beatty Jr. Men's Shop expansion gets $330,000 boost from Franklin County's COVID funds

Otto Beatty Jr. Men's Shop will provide professional attire to 300 low-income men a year with help from $330,000 in Franklin County COVID funds. → Read More

Roundabouts, bridge work and more: Franklin County road work season begins

"Plan your trip before you're in the car, behind the wheel," a Franklin County spokeswoman said. → Read More

Four things you need to know from Franklin County's 2022 State of the County report

From COVID-19 relief and affordable housing to racial equity and new jail, Franklin County highlights efforts in its 2022 State of the County report. → Read More

Fond du Lac man flown to hospital, three others also injured in crash at State 23, Streblow Drive

A passenger car was turning east onto the highway when it collided with another passenger car that was traveling west, the sheriff's office said. → Read More

Waupun woman dies after two-vehicle crash on U.S. 151 in southwestern Fond du Lac County

A 40-year-old Waupun woman died after being thrown from her vehicle during a two-vehicle crash Tuesday on U.S. 151 in southwestern Fond du Lac County. → Read More

Winnebago County District Attorney Christian Gossett resigns, effective May 7; governor seeking applicants

Winnebago County District Attorney Christian Gossett has resigned, effective May 7, Gov. Tony Evers' office said Friday. Evers is seeking applicants. → Read More

Philly's Grocery & Deli, outside Fond du Lac's Miracle Mile, sells winning $1M scratch game ticket

Philly's Grocery & Deli on Fourth Street in Fond du Lac sold a $1 million Ultimate Millions scratch game ticket Nov. 19, owner Pat "Ma" Moses said. → Read More

In Fond du Lac, 42% of families struggle to put food on the table. Please donate to Stock the Shelves

In Fond du Lac, 42% of families can't afford basic needs. Fond du Lac Reporter editor Nathaniel Shuda asks readers to donate to Stock the Shelves. → Read More

In Oshkosh, 40% of families struggle to put food on the table. Please join me in donating to Stock the Shelves

In Oshkosh, 40% of families can't afford basic needs. Oshkosh Northwestern editor Nathaniel Shuda asks readers to donate to Stock the Shelves. → Read More