Programming note: GOP presidential candidates next face off at 8 p.m. ET Tuesday, October 18, in the CNN Western Republican Presidential Debate in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Hanover, New Hampshire (CNN) — Republican presidential rivals debated economic issues on Tuesday night and Herman Cain, the latest of the 2012 candidates to surge to the top of polls, found the bulls-eye painted on him.
Cain’s “9-9-9” plan to restructure the tax code was the target Tuesday with rivals saying the plan was unrealistic and had little chance of being adopted. Cain’s economic credentials were also questioned.
For the lessons from the debate visit www.cnn.com
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The eastbound lanes of Interstate 270 are closed at I-71 and the northbound lanes of I-270 are closed at I-670 on the northeast side because of a fatal crash that occurred Monday night.
The road is expected to be closed through Tuesday evening’s rush, according to the Columbus Division of Fire.
The crash closed numerous ramps and caused problems for thousands of drivers, 10TV News reported.
According to the Ohio Department of Transportation, the westbound lanes of state Route 161 are closed at Hamilton Road; S.R. 161 east is closed at Westerville Road; and S.R. 161 east or west cannot access I-270.
Ramps that are closed are Cleveland Avenue to I-270 east, S.R. 3 to I-270 east and Sunbury Road to S.R. 161 west and I-270 south.
Drivers are allowed to access I-270 west from Cleveland Avenue and S.R. 3, according to ODOT.
Motorists are asked to use S.R. 3 to Morse Road; Cleveland Avenue to Morse Road; S.R. 315; I-71 to I-71; and U.S. Route 62 as alternatives, according to ODOT.
A tractor-trailer that was carrying fuel crashed on Monday at about 10:20 p.m. on the ramp from I-270 north to state Route 161 east, killing the driver.
According to the Ohio Department of Transportation, 141,530 vehicles travel the stretch between I-270 and S.R. 161.
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COLUMBUS, Ohio – A man was shot and killed after he allegedly broke into several vehicles in an east side neighborhood early Sunday.
Police said that a resident in the neighborhood confronted the accused thief and then shot the man, 10TV’s Ashleigh Barry reported.
The man accused of breaking into the vehicles along Bollingen was later identified by police as Sean Stiffler.
When the alleged shooter approached Stiffler, 28, police said the man felt threatened when Stiffler reached into his pocket. At that point, the resident shot and killed Stiffler, Barry reported.
10TV News discovered that Stiffler had a long history of petty theft.
Police found several items, believed to be stolen from the vehicles in the neighborhood, inside the car Stiffler was driving which was also stolen.
Police said that they would turn the results of the investigation over to the Franklin County Prosecutor’s Office to determine whether charges should be filed.
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As Occupy Wall Street demonstrations enter their 24th day, the Rev. Al Sharpton will bring his radio show to lower Manhattan while school children have been invited to see the protests. http://www.cnn.com/2011/10/10/us/occupy-wall-street/index.html?hpt=hp_c1