Business in Southside - Columbus, OH

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This is the first time that active duty service members have not been paid due to a shutdown

A teen arrested in North Carolina is being charged in connection to a Columbia homicide earlier this month.

Over 1,700 migrants crossed the country's border with 325 being children or youth under the age of 18.

The Wltx Street Squad has been on the ground in Orangeburg learning about the stories that matter most to residents in the community including a concern about a lack of foot traffic in the downtown area.

Three police departments are working to solve a rash of thefts that could easily be avoided if people would just lock their cars.

Take a closer look at the Democratic presidential candidate.

Now with medical marijuana legal, businesses are taking another look at their policies and employment.

YouTube's updated policies no longer allow challenges that present "an apparent risk of death."

Firefighters found a woman in a back bedroom and were able to get her out of the house.

Despite a record-breaking year for organ donations in Ohio, thousands, like 31-year-old Tyler Cummins, are still on the waiting list.

Two cats are living large at a $1,500-a-month studio apartment their owner rents for them in Silicon Valley, where a housing shortage has sent rents skyrocketing.

Brian Marshall played collegiately at Northwestern, and he said his first offer came from Purdue when he was a sophomore in high school.