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Top Columbus news: Seniors displaced after 2-alarm fire; redevelopment proposed for King and High

Top Columbus news: Seniors displaced after 2-alarm fire; redevelopment proposed for King and High
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By Hoodline - Published on April 03, 2019.

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Columbus, from the city council's $2.2 million contract approval to fix cascades to a man whom has died following a shooting in southeast Columbus. 

Police: Man dies from injuries following shooting in southeast Columbus

Columbus Police say a 26-year-old man has died several days after a shooting in southeast Columbus.

Read the full story on WBNS 10. 

Several displaced after two-alarm fire at east Columbus senior living community

A two-alarm fire at an east Columbus senior living community has displaced several people.  

Read the full story on NBC 4. 

Columbus council approves $2.2 million contract to fix cascades built for Ameriflora

The Franklin Park Cascades will be dry again for part of this year, but city officials expect the water feature to return this fall with an improved long-term outlook when the second phase of a restoration project is finished.

Read the full story on the Columbus Dispatch. 

Man dies one week after being shot multiple times in southeast Columbus

A man who was shot multiple times in late March passed away from his injuries and now police are investigating the shooting as a homicide.

Read the full story on NBC 4. 

Redevelopment Concepts Floated for King and High

A St. Louis-based developer who wants to redevelop the southwest corner of King Avenue and North High Street presented several concepts for the site to the zoning committee of the University Area Commission last night.

Read the full story on the Columbus Underground.