Cedar Point’s new record-breaking dive coaster didn’t fail to disappoint.
The park’s newest ride was unveiled during today’s Media Day festivities, and reviews have been positive. At its tallest point, Valravn is more than 20 stories high, with a 214-foot, 90 degree drop. It also features loops, turns and much more. All told, Valravn has shattered ten records, including longest, fastest and tallest dive coaster.
Ted Cruz has bowed out of the presidential race, meaning GOP voters have just two Republicans to choose from: Billionaire Donald Trump, and Ohio Governor John Kasich.
And even though he trails by a wide margin, Kasich campaign officials say he’s staying in the race, at least for now. According to a statement issued by the ‘Kasich for America Team’, Governor Kasich will remain in the race, unless Trump reaches the required 1,237 delegates before the Republican National Convention.
Campaign officials noted Kasich is the best person to win a contested convention, and win in November. They also noted Trump’s brash style and “…disrespectful ramblings”, and said Kasich has a “…positive and inclusive approach.”
Investigators are seeking the cause of yesterday’s gas station explosion in Ashland.
The blast at Mobil Mart on East Main occurred shortly before 3:30am. It destroyed much of the building. One employee was there, but wasn’t harmed. The State Highway Patrol’s Norwalk Post has announced plans to operate a DUI checkpoint later this week. More information will be released closer to the time.
A freshman at Bowling Green State University is in big trouble, for allegedly stealing a catering truck while drunk.
19-year-old Monique Vanderhulst is charged with underage consumption, DUI, giving false information and receiving stolen property. She’s free on bond. Vanderhulst was arrested over the weekend, a short time after Bowling Green police received a stolen vehicle complaint. During the arrest, she told officers she thought she was in her own car.