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Man dies after a crash in Dublin

Around 4 AM on Tuesday, a man from Dublin died after a crash on I- 270 in North Columbus, according to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office. 38- year old David Robers lost control of his jeep and hit the middle barrier. I-270 eastbound at SR- 315 after the accident was closed for hours but was reopened. The ramps from SR-515 and US-23 to I-270 eastbound remain closed. Although no indication of drugs or alcohol consumption were considered as the factor of the crash investigations are still going.

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Here's The Weather Forecast For Columbus Area In The Week Ahead

Sunday, January 26

Overcast throughout the day.

High 36, low 32

Chance of snow: 19%

Visibility: 9 miles

7 mph winds, with gusts up to 20 mph

Monday, January 27

Overcast throughout the day.

High 38, low 30

Chance of rain: 19%

Visibility: 9 miles

6 mph winds, with gusts up to 15 mph

Tuesday, January 28

Overcast throughout the day.

High 40, low 30

Chance of snow: 14%

Visibility: 10 miles

6 mph winds, with gusts up to 13 mph

Wednesday, January 29

Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

High 40, low 27

Chance of snow: 11%

Visibility: 10 miles

5 mph winds, with gusts up to 11 mph

Thursday, January 30

Clear throughout the day.

High 39, low 25

5 mph winds, with gusts up to 11 mph

Friday, January 31

Foggy overnight.

High 42, low 25

Chance of snow: 15%

Visibility: 9 miles

5 mph winds, with gusts up to 11 mph

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Money raised by "Columbus Cats" team to provide relief in Australia bushfire

People from all over the world are supporting Australia to get relief in bushfires. An Australian-rules football team called "Columbus Cats" is also helping Australia. On Saturday, fundraising was held by them at Woodland's Backyard in Grandview. The event was full of raffles, T-shirts, and sweets to help raise money for the relief of Australia bushfire. A special guest, six-month-old Kangaroo joey named "Scooby" was brought to the event by Jungle Island Zoo. Katrina Scherer stated that we want to show them that we are here to support them and do as much as possible to help them out.

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After shooting in northeast Columbus, 1 person in critical condition

After the shooting that occured on Monday in northeast Columbus, one person is in critical condition. As per the police, the shooting occured in the 3800 block of Julia Court. This came into light after a call was made at 10:42 p.m. The injured was taken to Mt. Carmel East for treatment. No info has been provided by the police regarding the suspect.

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Officer bitten by coyote; animal shot and killed

A Columbus official was transported to the emergency clinic in the wake of being chomped by a coyote on Thursday evening. As indicated by Columbus Police, the official was assisting a driver who was stranded in the region of I-70 eastward and Hamilton Road, when the creature drew closer. Police said the coyote attempted to assault a state street specialist who was likewise helping the driver. At the point when the cop endeavoured to intercede, that is the point at which he was nibbled by the coyote. The creature ran after being hit by the official, yet returned when more officials showed up. The state street labourer at that point attempted ineffectively to mace the coyote before the cops attempted to utilize a taser on the creature. Police said endeavours to utilize a taser on the creature didn't work, and it ran toward a lush territory. The officials at that point encompassed the creature to attempt to catch it. Police said the coyote got forceful and one of the officials shot and slaughtered the creature. The official taken to the medical clinic is in stable condition and expected to be alright. The incident is being investigated by the police.

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1,800+ are living without power in downtown Columbus

1,800+ clients are without power around in the midtown Columbus territory, as indicated by AEP Ohio. As indicated by AEP's Outage Map, the evaluated rebuilding time is 1:30 a.m. A purpose behind the blackout has not been accounted for right now.


For Sale: 5 New Homes In Columbus Area

On the chase for another house, and need to show signs of improvement comprehension of what's close to you? Maybe you could utilize some help finding the ideal spot for you and your friends and family? Not to stress! To help disentangle your pursuit, we've ordered a crisp clump of five new postings close by.

Here's a rundown of the five most recent properties to go available to be purchased in the Columbus region —, for example, one in the Reynoldsburg region with 3 beds and 2 showers for $155,000, and another with 2 beds and 1 shower for $288,500.

1. 1478 Sargas St, Columbus, Ohio 43240

Price: $210,000

Size: 1,332 sq. ft, 2 beds, and 3 baths

2. 683 Kerr St, Columbus, Ohio 43215

Price: $288,500

Size: 1,040 sq. ft., 2 beds, and 1 bath

3. 6821 Gormsley Dr, Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068

Price: $155,000

Size: 1,472 sq. ft., 3 beds, and 2 baths

4. 3581 Stockholm Rd, Westerville, Ohio 43081

Price: $158,900

Size: 1,404 sq. ft., 3 beds, and 1 bath

5. 107 S Warren Ave, Columbus, Ohio 43204

Price: $180,000

Size: 2,200 sq. ft., 5 beds, and 2 baths

Happy house hunting!

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Linden shooting: 1 in critical condition

After a shooting that happened in Linden on Saturday night, a man is in critical condition as of now. As per the Columbus Police, the incident happened shortly before 9:30 p.m. in the 1500 block of Republic Avenue. The victim who was in critical condition was taken to Grant Medical Center. There is no info on the suspect, the police said.

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Riverbend tour date announced by Jimmy Buffett

On July 14, it is going to be fins to the right, fins to the left in Cincinnati. This is the date when Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band will be playing in Riverbend. The tour date falls in the schedule of Slack Tide Tour 2020. Further, Jimmy will also playing the Ruoff Music Center on July 11 in Noblesville. You can purchase the tickets from Friday, January 17 starting from 10 a.m. One person can only buy six tickets.

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A 10-year-old girl who went missing found safe

Columbus police say a missing 10-year-old young girl has been securely found.

Lamya Bentley was most recently seen around 6:15 p.m. close to the crossing point of East Second Avenue and Summit Street, Columbus police said in a discharge. Police said she was securely found Wednesday night and no unfairness is suspected.

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