A crew from a national cable TV sports channel has spent a lot of time in Cincinnati during the past year. While a good portion of their time has been at the home of the Cincinnati Reds the team has not been their focus.ESPN has been following the story of Teddy Kremer, a 30-year-old with Down Syndrome who's been the team's honorary batboy 3 times and now has a job with the organization .
If you're working on your bowling game you might want to check the kind of surface you're playing on. Several bowling houses in Kentucky are switching from traditional wooden lanes to a synthetic alternative to save money, but the change is not a new trend. In fact, many young people today have grown up using synthetic lanes. So does the type of surface affect scores? WNKU's Sara Niccum went to Madison Bowl in Cincinnati to find out.
Dave Nestor of the United States Bowling Congress and Chuck Degaro are also featured in this story.