Eleven percent of the electorate was still undecided ahead of today's Peru election, a fact that could swing the vote away from leading candidate Ollanta Humala.
Jim Tressel has been suspended from Ohio State after the university learned that Tressel, the football team's head coach, had withheld information about players violating NCAA rules and continuing to let them play. Jim Tressel issued an apology.
Winter storm knocks out power for thousands in Ohio, closes schools in two states, and forces residents to dig out from under yet another winter storm.
Milan, Rome, and Naples have recently dismantled Roma Gypsy camps, but Italy may avoid EU sanctions since the expulsions are being carried out at the municipal level.
Pumpkin shortage is over nearly a year later as the US top producer says cans are arriving in stores. A canned pumpkin shortage occurred when heavy rain ruined last year's harvest, causing a shortfall.
The party that controls the Ohio governor's mansion can have an impact on presidential elections, so the race is seeing a jolt of high-profile endorsements as the candidates try to place blame over the state's job losses.
It's no accident President Obama is delivering a major speech on economic recovery in Ohio, a struggling state that makes or breaks presidencies.
Criminologists say the serial stabber may be a hybrid criminal: someone who is motivated by the grievances of a mass killer but uses the tactics of a serial killer. Police arrested Elias Abuelazam in Atlanta Wednesday.
Maurice Clarett, the former Ohio State football star, has been released from prison and is back at school. Maurice Clarett served 3 1/2 years in prison.
Tornadoes hammered parts of Ohio Sunday.