Buckeye Blitz, Andy Williams Dies, Bills Fan Arrested

The Obama and Romney campaigns remain focused on the battleground state of Ohio. Republicans Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan continue the "Romney Plan For A Stronger Middle Class" bus tour. He will hold a manufacturing roundtable with Mike Rowe and business leaders at American Spring Wire in Bedford Heights today. President Obama meantime will be in Kent today speaking at a grassroots event at the Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center (Mac Center).

Singer Andy Williams died Tuesday night after a year-long fight with bladder cancer according to a representative from the public relations firm, The Shefrin Company.  The smooth-voiced crooner died at his home in Branson, Mo, after a year-long fight with bladder cancer.  This year, 2012, marked the singer's 75th year in show business. Williams has been awarded 17 gold and three platinum records, and has won three Emmy Awards for his television work. Born in Wall Lake, IA, Williams began singing with his three brothers as the Williams Brothers. The quartet performed on the radio in all over the Midwest, becoming regulars on the Iowa's Barn Dance Show on WHO in Des Moines, IA. The quartet also performed on WLS in Chicago and WLW in Cincinnati, catching the attention of Bing Crosby. Thanks to Crosby, the Williams Brothers recorded their 1944 hit, Swinging on a Star.

Although the Buffalo Bills won against the Browns on Sunday, one Bills fan ended up a big loser before the game even started. Cleveland Police Sex Crimes Investigators have filed a charge against Richard Mis of Buffalo. They say early Sunday morning, Mis was arrested at the Holiday Inn Express downtown for groping the chest of a 64-year-old female hotel clerk. After a couple days in jail, cops have charged Mis with aggravated disorderly conduct. Mis tells 19 Action News he's fighting the charges, "I'll get the videotapes, and it'll come out that I didn't do it."

Julia Tullos, WOIO Assignment Manager