- 12:24 pm - Thursday, Apr 17, 2014
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A bronze statue unveiled this morning at Port Columbus will remind people — or tell them for the first time — of the amazing feat by “flying housewife” Jerrie Mock and the role the airport played in her around-the-world flight.
Read more about Mock’s historic flight at Dispatch.com.
Photo, by Dispatch photographer Tom Dodge: Jerrie Mock’s grandson Raul Mock, 42, stands with the statue in the Port Columbus International Airport ticket lobby.
- 4:29 pm - Friday, Apr 11, 2014
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- 11:36 am
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“Please, please, don’t let my child out the door,”Tasha Morgan thought. “In the open air, a bullet has no name.”
Morgan’s daughter and her classmates at Liberty Elementary School missed getting caught in the middle of gunfire by minutes. Teachers put the school on lockdown after a man and a teenager were shot at 3:35 p.m. — dismissal time — during a fight just outside the Columbus school at Whitlow Road and Paladim Place on the Far East Side.
Photos by Dispatch photographer Courtney Hergesheimer
- 2:49 pm
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With these rules, you couldn’t execute Timothy McVeigh.