Mary Tucker, right, pleaded her case with Judge Chris Monroe during the annual March of Dimes Jail and Bail held in 1992. Tucker, who was charged with shattering the speed limit during a daily jog, raised $327. From The Republic archives


A lack of donations of food caused Eastside Community Center leaders to consider canceling its annual Thanksgiving dinner.


About 400 downtown Columbus PSI Energy customers coped without electricity for 68 minutes, the result of a utility pole being hit by a car a week earlier.


Copies of Life magazine, with a 13-page photo story about Columbus and its architecture, were snapped so up quickly that more copies had to ordered.