Ohio motorists are seeing lower gas prices than a week ago.
A gallon of regular gas in Ohio was listed at an average of $3.56 in Monday's survey from auto club AAA, the Oil Price Information Service and Wright Express. That's 14 cents less than last Monday's average of $3.70.
The national average for regular gas is about $3.63 per gallon, down about 4 cents from a week ago.
The Ohio average is 21 cents lower than at the same time last month, and 28 cents lower than the same time in 2012.
An annual report that looks at Ohio's capital punishment system says 128 inmates sentenced to death over the past three decades have avoided their sentence through court action, commutations or dying of natural causes.
The report by Attorney General Mike DeWine says the state sentenced a total of 316 inmates to death from 1981, when Ohio's current death penalty law was enacted, through 2012.
Eighteen inmates have been spared by Ohio governors, 24 died in prison and eight were found ineligible for execution because they are mentally disabled.