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    CPD: Suspect Fires Shots, Forcing Officers To Take Cover

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    Columbus police detectives are investigating after a suspect allegedly fire in the area of officers at an east side business early Friday morning.

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    Attempted Robbery At Gunpoint Prompts Campus Alert

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    Police are searching for three male suspects accused of attempting to rob a female student at gunpoint Thursday night.
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    CPD: 89-Year-Old Woman Stabbed, Killed During Possible Robbery Attempt

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    Columbus police believe a fatal stabbing stemmed from an attempted robbery Thursday evening.

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    Mumps Outbreak Spreads To Columbus State Community College

    The Central Ohio mumps outbreak now includes 234 cases in Franklin and Delaware counties, and has spread to Columbus State Community College. The Central Ohio mumps outbreak now includes 234 cases in Franklin and Delaware counties, and has spread to Columbus State Community College.
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    The Central Ohio mumps outbreak now includes 234 cases in Franklin and Delaware counties, and has spread to Columbus State Community College. More>>

    Man Allegedly Admits To Harming Mother On 911 Call Video included

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    A Madison Township man allegedly admitted to harming his mother to a 911 dispatcher. More>>

    New York Family Robbed At East Columbus Gas Station

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    A man traveling through Columbus with his family was robbed of his wallet at a gas station on the east side of Columbus. More>>

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      Clock ticking for states to adopt health exchanges

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