Columbus police officers carrying naloxone in some higher-risk areas

Columbus police have joined firefighters in using naloxone, a drug that has been shown to prevent deaths of those who overdose on opioids and heroin.

Westerville man faces tax charges

A Westerville man has been indicted on federal tax charges, a news release from the U.S. Department of Justice announced.
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City seeks to renew levy for pensions

Local voters can expect at least two levy items on the Nov. 8, but both are renewals.

Staiger named UAPD Officer of the Year

An officer who led his division in arrests of impaired drivers last year has been named the Upper Arlington Police Division's Officer of the Year.

Chief fires back, asks court to let him work

Liberty Township's fire chief last week asked a court to void disciplinary charges against him and allow him to return to work.

Woman indicted in thefts from senior citizens

A Columbus woman awaits arraignment on 101 charges related to alleged thefts from senior citizens after turning herself in last week.

Some streets will close for torch run

The Ohio Law Enforcement Torch Run will pass through Hilliard on Friday, June 24, requiring the closure of several roads for a short period of time, according to Hilliard police.

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Officer Richard Quigley leads kindergartners across Britton Farms Drive on June 16 as part of the weeklong Hilliard Division of Police's Safety Town classes at Norwich Elementary School.

Bexley girl killed by fallen tree at Indiana camp

An 11-year-old Bexley girl was killed early this morning after a tree fell on her summer camp cabin in southeastern Indiana.
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