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OSU's 'Blood Battle' against TTUN kicks off COLUMBUS (WCMH) -- We are a month away from the game andWednesdaymarks the beginning of the annual Blood Battle between Ohio State University and TTUN. Over the next four weeks, community members of both universities will donate blood patients in need, at
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Gray, chilly weather returns, light rain for trick-or-treaters Clouds moved in after a chilly start that brought our first frost in the colder rural areas Wednesday morning. An area of high pressure will push against clouds arriving from the east, surrounding a large coastal storm, with more sunshine in southwest Ohi
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Here's why Columbus' trick or treat isn't on Halloween in 2021 When it comes to trick or treat in central Ohio, there's no one date that all communities agree on. This year, for instance, Beggars' Night dates range from Oct. 25 to 31. There is a unified suggested date for the region, however.
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There cannot be two Cleveland Guardians teams in Cleveland: Roller derby team sues baseball franchise CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) Two sports teams in the same city cannot have identical names. That line is in the first few sentences of a lawsuit surrounding the name Cleveland Guardians. It is the crux of a complaint filed by the Cleveland Guardians Roller Derby
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Columbus police searching for missing man COLUMBUS (WCMH) -- Police are asking for help locating a man who was last seen neardowntown Columbus. According to Columbus police, James Willis, 87, was last seen Tuesday, driving a cream-colored Chevy Malibu, Ohio tag GRS1089, in the area of Grant Medic
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Chilly morning, seasonable afternoon and rain on the way COLUMBUS QUICK FORECAST Today: Partly sunny, seasonable. High 57Tonight: Mostly cloudy, cool. Low 47Thursday: Afternoon showers. High 65Friday: On/Off Rain showers. High 59 (53)Saturday: Mostly cloudy, few light showers. High 57 (47) FORECAST DISCUSSION I
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Ohio school board leaves national organization over heated local meetings COLUMBUS (WCMH) After 66 years of partnership, the Ohio School Board Association is breaking ties with a national organization following a letter to President Joe Biden. It was predicated on the recent letter that the leadership of NSBA sent to President
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Columbus councilman: Issue 7 'a lot of buzz words' COLUMBUS (WCMH) Columbus voters will decide on just one ballot issue in next weeks election, but officials say its a big one. Issue 7 states it would direct tens of millions of taxpayer dollars to clean energy and energy efficiency funds. The big thing Im
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Suicide prevention group teams up with Bengals to Kick the Stigma CINCINNATI (WCMH) The Cincinnati Bengals and Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation (OSPF) are partnering to promote a new campaign focused on mental health and suicide prevention called Kicking the Stigma. This campaign will focus on the important role that
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Downtown Commission signs off on office, residential buildings near Lower.com Field COLUMBUS (COLUMBUS BUSINESS FIRST) -- The first two buildings in Astor Park, the mixed-use development planned near the Columbus Crew's new home, are ready to start construction soon. After getting a certification of appropriateness from the Downtown Comm
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