CLEVELAND (AP) - The power is back on at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, but the status of flights scheduled for the rest of the day remains uncertain.
Power went out early Sunday morning, forcing numerous cancelations. But utility crews managed to make repairs faster than expected.
The airport says passengers should check with individual airlines to see if their flights are back on.
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