Some high school students in Manhattan are using their math lessons to lend a literal helping hand. They've created and built a prosthetic using a 3-D printer. It's not your traditional high school math class. Instead, it's a brilliant blend of math, engineering and problem solving, all with a purpose.
With more than ten thousand people packing Black River Landing in Lorain Saturday. We got a sneak peak of RoverFest's set up. "It's still a big party and it's the biggest party of the summer," said WMMS radio host Shane "Rover" French. "You never know who you're going to see at RoverFest."