CLEVELAND (AP) - The Ohio Lottery had record sales last year, even as the state faced a sluggish recovery from the worst recession since the Great Depression.
State officials said Monday the lottery pulled in its largest haul ever with $2.6 billion in sales during the budget year that ended June 30. The commission beat the previous year's sales by $108 million.
The boon marks the 10th year in a row that the lottery has seen sales increase.
CINCINNATI - Cincinnati has a shot of breaking a temperature record that has stood for 110 years. Yesterday was the city's 15th straight day of temperatures climbing to at least 90 degrees. The record is 17 consecutive days. The record will fall Wednesday if the hot spell continues.
SPRINGFIELD– A fire that broke out early this morning in a Springfield warehouse is now under control.
The blaze at the building owned by Kapp Construction began around 2:30 a.m. The intense fire could be seen for several blocks.
According to WHIO-TV, Mike Hamilton, a controller for Kapp Construction, said no one was near the building and there wasn't much of a material loss. The warehouse was primarily used for storage and is likely a total loss.
Investigators are working to determine the cause of the fire.