Cedar Point posted on its social media accounts that the park would remain closed Monday and expects to reopen on Tuesday. That includes the Soak City water park.
The products were made using a flour that has now also been recalled and, as a result, these products may contain low levels of undeclared peanut residue.
More than a hundred women will hit the links Monday for the 24th annual Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer Classic.
It happened at the Marathon gas station at the intersection of E. State Blvd. and Crescent Ave. in Fort Wayne.
While Puerto Rican residents cannot vote in the general election, the island’s politics could reverberate into the fall campaign.
This week we learn more about one of the TinCaps power-hitters, Brad Zunica on TinCaps on the Clock.
Cleveland lost Kevin Love in the third quarter to a concussion, putting his status for Game 3 on Wednesday in Cleveland in serious doubt.
4-year-old Jaylee Marks, who suffers from epilepsy, cerebral palsy and quadriplegia, is getting her wish to swim with dolphins, thanks to the Make-A-Wish foundation.
The TinCaps used a three-run eighth inning to claim a 4-1 win and a series victory against the Dayton Dragons on Sunday afternoon at Parkview Field.
This week’s edition of the Bicentennial Minute takes a look at the short lived gas boom in central Indiana.
Germanfest at Headwaters Park starts Wednesday.
One of the main questions is whether people charged by Toledo police under state law then become the responsibility of the Lucas County sheriff and should have the county paying for their jail stays while their cases are pending.
The $1 billion Harmony of the Seas is taller than the Eiffel Tower and is the widest cruise ship ever built. It can carry 6,360 passengers.
Swift agreed to attend after getting a letter in April from the groom’s sister.
Cadet Mitchell Alexander Winey, a 21-year-old Valparaiso native, died after an Army transport truck he was riding in was washed away in a rain-swollen creek Thursday.
The state strategy outlined recently by Ohio’s Environmental Protection Agency centers on new regulations and programs put in place within the past year.
Even in his final months, Muhammad Ali was speaking out on behalf of Islam, the religion he so famously embraced in the 1960s by changing his name and refusing to fight in the Vietnam War.
Violent crimes — from homicides and rapes to robberies — have been on the rise in many major U.S. cities, yet experts can’t point to a single reason why and the jump isn’t enough to suggest there’s a trend.
The city is hosting the 5th Annual Sculpture Tour. 31 featured pieces of art will be on display throughout the year.
The event is a premier homecoming event, when New Haven officials welcome all current and former residents and guests from all over the tri-state area for a week filled with camaraderie and family-friendly fun.
A fast-moving brush fire swept through hills in Southern California on Saturday, threatening 3,000 homes, damaging a few and forcing hundreds of people to flee, some with pets and livestock.
The boy took a loaded handgun off a kitchen counter in December of 2013 and shot himself in the head.
An Associated Press investigation finds that more than 2,700 city police and county sheriff’s departments have not filed a single hate crime report with the FBI over the last six years.