Come to Franklin County Children Services and Mayor Andrew J. Ginther’s FamJam on August 27 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at our new location —Genoa Park. It’s a free, family enrichment festival, in its eighth consecutive year. Parking is available at COSI for $5. You’ll enjoy entertainment, community resource booths and complimentary food (while supplies last). Local acts will appear on stage. Alissa Henry, feature reporter for Good Day Columbus on ABC 6 and Fox 28, CW Star on CW Columbus, and a lifestyle correspondent on Fox 28's Good Day Marketplace, will serve as emcee. Performers include Hosea’s State of Mind, Xclaim Dance, various youth groups and more.
Investigators for Child Protective Services thought the 2-year-old girl had swallowed sleeping pills, though the medical examiner concluded that she had died of sudden infant death syndrome. The father had left Precious alone when she died. When her mother found her, Supreme recalled, she panicked, leaving the girl’s body outside as she ran for help.