Kevin Landers,

Kevin Landers

Columbus, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Kevin:

Ohio's general election to highlight major differences in candidates

Gov. Mike DeWine and Nan Whaley go face-to-face in the upcoming election. → Read More

Second primary election expected to bring few voters to polls

Instead of voting for all candidates and local issues in May, voters are going back to the polls in August due to protracted legal battles over redistricting maps. → Read More

'A hero in the community': Funeral held for Clark County deputy killed in standoff

Deputy Matthew Yates was fatally shot on July 24 responding to a break in and shots fired at the Harmony Estates Mobile Home Park. → Read More

What to know for Ohio's Aug. 2 primary

This election will only be for races in the Ohio Senate, Ohio House and state political central committee races along with local issues. → Read More

Passage of CHIPS Act allows Intel to 'build further out' in Ohio, Husted says

The passage of the $52 billion CHIPS and Science Act could invite a whole lot more fabrication plants at the New Albany site. → Read More

Defense rests in trial of Ohio man accused of running phony funeral business

Shawnte Hardin faces more than 40 charges involving impersonating a funeral director, identity theft, passing bad checks and abuse of a corpse. → Read More

'I love helping families': Ohio man accused of running fake funeral business testifies

Shawnte Hardin faces more than 40 charges including impersonating a funeral director and abuse of corpse. → Read More

Ohio deputy killed during shooting honored in procession from Dayton to Springfield

Deputy Matthew Yates, a 15-year veteran with the department, arrived on scene and investigators say he was shot inside a Clark County mobile home. → Read More

Columbus woman attacked by shark in Florida

Tasa Summers said she was about 50 to 100 yards from shore in waist-deep water when she felt a sharp pain in her left ankle. → Read More

'They were inches away from my sister's bedroom': Columbus man loses family to house fire

The fire on Bolenhill Avenue in Columbus took the lives of 61-year-old Mark Nibert, 61-year-old Linda Nibert and 19-year-old Sara Nibert. → Read More

AEP Ohio not expecting repeat of last month's widespread outages with Wednesday storms

Last month's storm coupled with extreme heat prompted AEP Ohio to shut off power to more than 170,000 customers in central Ohio. → Read More

'This has to stop today': Community pressures city leaders to stop gun violence in Columbus

On August 24, the city will bring in two people from out-of-state to explain how anti-violence solutions in their cities could work here. → Read More

'It's pretty realistic': Columbus teachers threaten strike over pay, other issues

The teacher's union and the district have been in talks since March. → Read More

Intel expansion in Ohio could be decided next week

According to the U.S. Commerce Secretary on Friday, a vote on the CHIPS Act could come Tuesday. → Read More

Internal email shows AEP Ohio didn't pre-position crews ahead of June storms

PUCO is investigating AEP's response to the storm and plans to issue a report in several weeks. → Read More

Coroner takes to task Ohio man accused of running a fake funeral business

Shawnte Hardin faces more than two dozen criminal charges involving impersonating a funeral director, passing bad checks and abuse of a corpse. → Read More

Trial of Ohio man accused of running illegal funeral business begins

Shawnte Hardin faces more than 30 criminal charges, including impersonating a funeral director. → Read More

Thanks to group of students, Hilliard becomes first Ohio school district to recognize Muslim holiday of Eid

The Muslim holiday of Eid was suggested by students who petitioned the school board. → Read More

'It was a bang': Worthington homeowner suspects lightning hit home, started fire

The suspected lightning struck just inches from the bedroom where his grandchild was sleeping. → Read More

Security top of mind for OSHP for county, state fairs

In the wake of the July 4 shooting in Highland Park, the Ohio State Highway Patrol is urging people to see something, say something. → Read More