Cedar Point is removing one of its coasters.
According to park officials, the Wildcat is coming down. The Wildcat has been at Cedar Point since 1970.
The National Weather Service has confirmed that two small tornadoes touched down in southwestern Ohio this week.
Both twisters touched down Tuesday night in Warren County.
A trucker from Michigan suffered minor injuries yesterday, when his rig crashed on State Route 2, near Berlin Road.
According to the highway patrol, Michael Lubbruzzo went off the road, through a fence and into several small trees. He was taken by ambulance to Firelands Regional Medical Center. He was later charged with failure to control. Crews were called into clean up 60 gallons of diesel fuel that spilled after the crash.
If all goes as planned Perry’s Monument on South Bass Island will re-open July 20th.
It’s been closed for repairs since 2009.
Ohio’s first casino will open May 14th.
It became official yesterday, when the state approved a gaming license for The Horseshoe Casino Cleveland.
Ohio vodka prices are coming down.
The Division of Liquor Control says more than 60 vodka items will be sold at discounts starting at 15 percent. Officials said prices are being reduced, to make room for new inventory.
With six months to go until the November Election, the race between President Obama and Mitt Romney is too close to call in Ohio.
With a margin error of plus or minus three points, a new Quinnipiac University Poll shows Obama leads Romney by two points, 44 to 42 percent. The poll also shows Obama’s trouble spots. Independent voters and men prefer Romney.
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