CINCINNATI (AP) - Big crowds mean big frustration for wireless users at and around the Cincinnati Reds' Great American Ball Park.
The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that fans and nearby residents are fuming about trouble accessing the Internet and sending text messages and email as the Reds draw sellout crowds for this week's playoff games with the San Francisco Giants.
The area around the stadium has developed rapidly in the past couple years, adding restaurants and hundreds of apartments. Hamilton County's stadium director says some wireless providers aren't ready to accommodate large numbers of users at the same time there. Joseph Feldkamp says it's not the first time he's heard complaints.
Providers say they are working on improvements.
Fans gripe that they might miss emergency messages while attending games, besides battery drain.
Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
"Eugene Gall needs to spend every single day of the rest of his natural life in the penitentiary," said Prosecutor Mat Heck.
We're looking into what it takes to become a security guard in Ohio.
The U.S. government ended up losing $10.5 billion on its bailout of General Motors, but still says the alternative would have been much worse.
A 29-year-old Farmersville man is dead after he was attacked Friday at the downtown RTA bus hub.
Huber Heights Police are turning to the public for help identifying two men who they say used a stolen credit card at the Target store in their city.