A Flood Warning continues for the Vermilion River near Vermilion.
At 3 this morning, it was at 9.6 feet. Flood stage is 9 feet. The Vermilion River may fall below flood stage this afternoon. However, extensive ice coverage may slow the recession into tomorrow morning.
Some computer models now say we could get hit by heavy snow this Sunday.
Earlier models suggested Monday and Tuesday.
The Indians will open exhibition play this afternoon, against the Cincinnati Reds.
Tom Hamilton and Jim Rosenhaus will have the call at 3 o’clock, on 95.3, WLKR.
Ohio Bike Week will be featured on national TV tonight.
It’s part of a documentary series called ‘Road to Sturgis.’ The hour-long feature will air at 8 tonight, on the Destination America Channel.
Norwalk City Council may clarify the city’s bicycle laws.
Council members may consider allowing all bicycles to be ridden on sidewalks. Current city law says bike riders under 14 must ride only on sidewalks.
Union workers at AK Steel’s Mansfield Works have a new contract.
United Steel Workers Local 169 agreed to a three-year deal that runs through March of 2017. The agreement covers nearly 300 union employees.
The city of Cleveland has submitted a bid, to host the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Columbus and Cincinnati are expected to make similar bids. A decision could come this spring.
To kick off the competition season, EHOVE Career Center’s Robotics Team, Mavericks #2252 will host an Engineering Open House between 5 and 7pm tomorrow, at BGSU-Fireland’s EPIC Lab.
Students will unveil this year’s robot, named ‘Dark Horse’, along with a demonstration of the robot, and this year’s game. Last year, the Mavericks advanced to international competition.
Mother Nature has temporarily silenced sister station Kool Gold 1510 WLKR, along with online streaming of WLKR and K96, WKFM.
Station Manager Bill Forthofer also said Kool Gold 1510, and online streaming of WLKR and K96 will be up and running again as soon as possible.