CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - An estimated 1,000 people attended National Donut Day at Fountain Square Friday, raising over $3,000 for the Salvation Army.
Donut-based games were played at the event, such as Donut Hole Toss and Donut Stacking.
Local celebrities participated in the event. The "Grand Champion Donut Handler" prize went to Daniel Lang of the Cincinnati Fire Department, and other celebrities included Rocky Boiman of the Indianapolis Colts, Joseph Busken Jr. of Busken Bakery, US Representative Steve Driehaus, and FOX19's Meghan Mongillo.
National Donut Day is a Salvation Army tradition that dates back to WWI.
Copyright 2010 FOX19. All Rights Reserved.
Officials say nearly 20 other people rescued from the back of the rig early Sunday were hospitalized in dire condition, many with extreme dehydration and heatstroke.Full Story >
The president's son-in-law has attracted attention for a December meeting with a leading Russian diplomat.Full Story >
A South African girl born with the AIDS virus has kept her infection suppressed for 8 1/2 years after stopping anti-HIV medicines.Full Story >
Senate Republicans are now considering two versions of similar legislation, one that would repeal and replace, and another that would simply repeal "Obamacare" with a two-year delay for implementation to give the Senate more time to agree on a replacement.Full Story >