1. In 1802, the first permanent settlement in Cleveland, Ohio was established on April 25 by Lorenzo Carter and his family. They built a log cabin on the banks of the Cuyahoga River and named their settlement "Carter's Landing".
2. The Ohio state flag was adopted on April 25, 1902 by the Ohio General Assembly. The flag features a five-pointed red and white star within a blue triangle, representing Ohio's hilly landscape and rivers.
3. On April 25, 1916, the deadliest tornado in Ohio history struck the small town of Apple Creek, killing 20 people and causing extensive damage to buildings and farms in the area.
4. Ohio native and astronaut Judith Resnik was born on April 5, 1949. Resnik was the second American woman to travel to space and flew aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery in 1984. Sadly, she died in the Challenger disaster in 1986.
5. On April 25, 2017, the Cleveland Cavaliers scored a record-breaking 25 three-pointers in a single game during the playoffs. This feat helped them defeat the Indiana Pacers and set an NBA playoff record for most three-pointers made in a game.
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