Last year, a concerned mother took her 3-month-old son to the doctor after he appeared to be ill. He was prescribed antibiotics but his health did not improve. His mother took him back to the doctor after noticing that his leg seemed to be sore.
Columbus is about invest more than $5 million in a series of new initiatives to make the city more bike-friendly. In the words of Mayor Coleman, Columbus is on its way to being "Bike City USA." Perhaps surprisingly, higher numbers of bikers actually improve bike safety-several studies confirm that accident rates decline with larger biker populations.
On Sunday, 16 students and three adults were riding in a bus when it crashed in Columbus. The bus was travelling from St. Louis to New York when the driver lost control while exiting Interstate 70 toward Interstate 270.
A 27-year-old man was killed Monday in a construction zone accident involving a tractor trailer.
A Columbus man recently put dozens of peoples' lives at risk when he attempted to flee the police. The chaos began soon after a minor fender-bender at Whittier and Parsons Avenues. Both vehicles stopped and the drivers got out. Police, who had observed the accident, asked if they needed help. That's when one of the drivers climbed back into his black SUV and sped off.
Ohio State University officials have decided to make the Oval a "walk only" zone. The decision comes after a wave of serious accidents occurring during the 2012-13 school year. In response, OSU formed a task force to study the collisions. After assessing the danger, the task force recommended changing the Oval to a pedestrian-only zone and university officials approved the measure.