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Employee at Polaris Fashion Place being investigated for inducing panic

The preliminary police report says the 17-year-old caused the bottle to explode and lists him as a suspect. → Read More

Species of tick spreading in US doesn't need mate to reproduce

A tick species is spreading across the U.S. with an odd characteristic — the Asian longhorned tick doesn't need a mate to reproduce. → Read More

Columbus group hosting Mother's Day brunch for homeless women

Some mothers in central Ohio will get a Mother's Day meal and celebration Sunday, something they may not have had otherwise. → Read More

Columbus facility helping child victims of human trafficking plans to expand

Statistics show more than 1,000 children in Ohio are identified as having been a victim of sex trafficking, but there are only two residential facilities licensed to help them. → Read More

Ross County hospital changing approach to tackling substance abuse disorders

Adena Regional Medical Center is working to identify when abusers are most likely to seek treatment, then helping them do just that. → Read More

Upper Arlington discovers high school was built over former cemetery

Upper Arlington Schools may have a ghost story to tell as they build a new high school and bring down the old one. → Read More

Mount Carmel opens new hospital in Grove City

Mount Carmel Grove City opens April 28. → Read More

Art program used to help female jail inmates expands to men, LGBTQ community

A program aimed at using art to help female jail inmates address mental health issues and reduce recidivism is being expanded to help men and the LGBTQ community. → Read More

Northridge Local Schools try to pass levy a 6th time

The current primary school was built nearly 100 years ago. School leaders say the deterioration is beyond repair and it's affecting education. → Read More

Columbus State, Capital bring campuses together to help transfers

Columbus State Community College and Capital University are bringing the campuses together to make a seamless transition for transfer students. → Read More

Ohio church works to help women with unwanted pregancies

The Solid Rock Church in Monroe, Ohio — also at the Ohio Statehouse Wednesday during lawmakers' discussion over the heartbeat bill — is working on its own ways to give alternatives to women considering abortion. → Read More

District: Mold found at Columbus City school wasn't tested

The district says it isn't sure it was mold found in Fairwood Elementary because it wasn't tested and they are now addressing the problems. → Read More

Franklin County Sheriff issues alert after several stores targeted by robbery suspect

Three west side businesses, all robbed in the last week. Now detectives think they're looking for just one suspect. → Read More

School districts aim to take on teen vaping

Districts are finding different ways to let kids know the dangers of teen vaping. → Read More

2 Ohio State fraternities placed on probation over code of conduct violations

Two Ohio State fraternities — Sigma Phi Epsilon and Alpha Tau Omega — are on probation for violating the Student Code of Conduct. → Read More

Interactive art, entertainment destination set to open in Columbus

A destination called Otherworld is about to open in Columbus. It's 30,000 square feet filled with 40 rooms of artistic fun, mystery, discovery and exploration. → Read More

Wife of Lancaster soldier killed in Afghanistan reflects on his life, service

Plans are being made for the return of Army Specialist Joseph Collette to his hometown of Lancaster. → Read More

Lancaster honoring soldier killed in Afghanistan

A Lancaster soldier, killed in Afghanistan, will soon return home. → Read More

Local students press pause on their school day to explore

Taking a little break from the traditional school day, Upper Arlington chucked the curriculum and let students satisfy their curiosity. → Read More

Merion Village bartender reportedly robbed, pistol-whipped by police impersonator

A Merion Village bartender says he was held up at gunpoint and pistol-whipped by a man impersonating a police officer. → Read More