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Columbus, OH, United States

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The show goes on: Centennial High School alumni return to perform musical canceled by pandemic in 2020

Some former students at Centennial High School had their musical canceled as the pandemic struck, but the students are returning to make sure the show goes on. → Read More

Free summer camp offered for children whose parents are serving in military

The summer camps provide military kids an opportunity to connect with other kids like them. → Read More

Mid-Ohio Food Collective, partner agencies work to end food insecurity

MOFC delivers hot meals to a number of Boys and Girls Club locations throughout the day and the families they feed couldn’t be more grateful. → Read More

Mid-Ohio Food Collective working to feed our community during challenging times

The cost of living is at an all-time high and those hit hardest are the families with the least ability to absorb the extra cost. → Read More

Summer feeding program will make sure no child goes hungry; how you can help

The Mid-Ohio Food Collective needs your help to make sure no child goes hungry this summer. → Read More

Daughter publishes book written by mother who died of breast cancer

Before dying of breast cancer, Stefanie Spielman wrote a book to inspire families who may be dealing with similar issues. Her daughter decided to get it published. → Read More

Teen with cerebral palsy writes, produces powerful song to inspire others

Because of his physical challenges, Grayson Morley was often the target of bullies. He decided to write a song to inspire others. → Read More

How mental health services can help veterans in a crisis

For many of the men and women who have served in the armed forces, access to mental health services can often be the difference between life and death. → Read More

Students at Gahanna-Lincoln High School produce award-winning newscasts

Television production is both an art and a science. Most high schools offer some variation of a TV program and these classes are inspiring future journalists. → Read More

'I’m just really proud of him': Worthington teen diagnosed with cancer uses Make-A-Wish to gift school a batting cage

Jameson Colley was diagnosed with leukemia in 2019. When Make-A-Wish told Jameson it was his turn to make a wish, he used it on his school. → Read More

Dare to be boundless: Columbus nonprofit helps people with developmental disabilities achieve potential

Boundless Community Pathways works toward building a world that realizes the potential of all people, including those in the developmental disability community. → Read More

Family of missing Gahanna teen not giving up hope

17-year-old Ali Shegow was last seen walking into Big Walnut Creek in Gahanna on the evening of Feb. 21. → Read More

Columbus woman's exoneration makes history

A Columbus woman’s wrongful conviction has made history in Ohio and nationwide, and now the National Registry of Exonerations is taking notice. → Read More

Buckeye Ranch celebrates 60 years of service on Friday

What started in 1961 as a small treatment center for 10 young men, now provides services for more than 23,000 youth. → Read More

‘The wait is torture’: Family of Casey Goodson Jr. still searching for answers, 9 months after his death

Casey Goodson Jr. was shot and killed by former Franklin County sheriff's deputy Jason Meade in December. → Read More

Columbus City Schools' superintendent discusses closing her first chapter on a challenging year

Dr. Talisa Dixon had no idea what she was stepping into when she became superintendent of the state's largest school district in 2019. → Read More

Trades of Hope: Empowering women out of poverty

It’s not a charity and it’s not a handout, but rather a lifetime opportunity to empower women out of poverty. → Read More

'He was my best friend': Black families grieve the loss of loved ones at the hands of law enforcement

Both Tamala Payne and Karissa Hill say they want justice for what they call the “murder” of their loved ones. → Read More

'This is his legacy': Man continues charity after twin brother dies in car accident

Dude Charity helps raise money for local nonprofits and to honor one of the founding Dude's legacy. → Read More

Kindness of a stranger helps Grove City boy recover lost birthday money

Masen Goings had saved up about $250 and he was ready to shop. → Read More