Get Down: Ohio Gas Drops To Average $3.35

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - With oil prices in a downward spiral, the cost of gasoline in Ohio has dropped to levels not seen since the spring.

According to AAA and the Oil Price Information Service, the Ohio average for a gallon of regular has dropped 28 cents in the last week, to about $3.35 on Monday.

That's still a bit higher than a year ago, when regular-grade gas was averaging $2.75 in the state.

Gas prices have been coming down in the shadow of tumbling oil prices, now down nearly 40 percent since peaking in July. On Monday, crude fell to an 8-month low below $90 a barrel.