Video: George Leach, the painting attorneyBy day, George W. Leach is a criminal-defense attorney, representing juvenile and adult clients charged with everything from truancy to murder.At night, he retreats to the solitude of a studio around the corner from his Downtown law office, rolls out an easel and paints in oils until midnight.Leach's worlds intersect when he handles cases in Franklin County Domestic Relations and Juvenile Court, where his paintings hang in three courtrooms and fill the outer lobby.
Video: Heroin AddictsFollow two Columbus heroin addicts as they dumpster-dive to get cash, then go to their dealer's house to buy drugs.
Video: HighBall Halloween 2016HighBall Halloween has become one of the nation's largest and most elaborate Halloween parties.
Video: Pelotonia, Moments from the rideFirst time out with the new Canon C 100 Mark II video camera!
30 seconds into his workday at Beulah Park racetrack, the Rev. Vincent Harris (left) spotted a jockey in need of prayer.
Saved by an angelElizabeth Blythe of Junction City looks at the bedroom of her mobile home, which was demolished by an oak tree during a recent storm. Blythe credits divine help with waking her and getting her out of the bedroom a few seconds before the tree fell. No one in the village of 800 was injured by the storm.
A girl looks out the window of her south side home as her mother tries to work out the details of where to send the rent payment. Their rental home has been sold and resold so many times they don't know who actually owns it.
HabakukiWhen HIV-AIDS strikes a family, it sets off a backlash that can reverberate for generations to come. Habakuki got caught in the counter-blast.His mother was 13 when she was orphaned; her parents both had succumbed to AIDS. She and her young brother stayed for months in their home, going to school, trying to maintain their routine. But even a resourceful child is a vulnerable child. Within a few months, the girl was pregnant and consequently got kicked out of school.Her aunt took her in, but after Habakuki was born, the aunt’s husband was verbally and physically abusive to the baby. Habakuki became very fearful of men. The aunt fled with him to LOHADA when he was 6 months old.Because he was still an infant, Habakuki was placed in the home of a foster family, where he thrived. He now lives at Camp Joshua, where he is in Standard 4. He visits his foster family frequently. He calls his surrogate father “Babu,” or grandfather.
Video: New Life - Just Another SundayNew Life United Methodist Church performs many good deeds every Sunday --- starting at 4 AM and wrapping up around noon.
Train derailment causes thousands to evacuate in Columbus, Ohio.
A father, who is also a schoolteacher, gives an afternoon ride home to his son along a dusty road outside Moi's Bridge, Kenya.A father, who is also a schoolteacher, gives an afternoon ride home to his son along a dusty road outside Moi's Bridge, Kenya.
Happiness Wambura is the founder of the LOHADA childrens centers in Arusha, Tanzania.