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Columbus hospitals, health officials agree on plan to manage Ebola patients

Central Ohio hospitals have agreed on a plan to manage Ebola patients should the virus begin to spread in and around Columbus. On Tuesday, leaders of each hospital system agreed on a collaborative approach to treat the deadly disease, designating one adult hospital in each system as its Ebola “cohort” hospital, said Jeff Klingler, the Central Ohio Hospital Council’s president and CEO. Mayor Michael B. Coleman is meeting this afternoon with city and county public health officials and hospital representatives to discuss this and other matters related to Ebola.

Details released in GOP campaign operative's indictment

A former executive at a leading Republican political advertising company recruited an ex-employee to illegally search the firm’s computers for emails, files and other information, prosecutors said in a court filing today. Nicholas P. Everhart, former president of Strategy Group for Media, was indicted Friday in Delaware County on two counts of unauthorized use of cable or telecommunication property.

Dead woman was beaten and strangled, police say

A Far West Side man charged today with killing his pregnant girlfriend beat her with a baseball bat and strangled her before burying her in a Groveport field, Columbus police said. Police found the body of Samantha Greenlee, 22, after the boyfriend, Jacob Ferrero, 22, confessed to killing her and led detectives to a shallow grave about 100 yards east of Madison Christian Church at 3565 Bixby Rd., Sgt. Rich Weiner said.

Ohio man convicted in sledgehammer slayings

AKRON, Ohio — A jury has convicted a 20-year-old northeast Ohio man of killing his girlfriend’s parents with a sledgehammer and will consider whether to recommend the death penalty or life in prison.

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