Jim has been with WCBE since 1996. Before that he worked as a reporter at another Columbus radio station, and for three newspapers in Southwest Florida.
Seattle-based online retailer Zulily is getting a 12 year, 75 percent state income tax break to open a temporary call center in suburban Columbus.
Majority Republicans in the Ohio House are launching a push to repeal the Common Core learning standards by year's end, citing widespread discontent from parents, teachers and communities.
The Blendon Township man charged with shooting and killing his ex-wife and her friend in a Hocking Hills cabin earlier this month died yesterday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Newark City Council last night approved a three-year contract agreement with the union representing 110 employees, most of whom work in the water department.
Indiana conservation officers say a Galloway, Ohio man died Sunday after he apparently fell from a cliff at Cataract Falls State Recreation Area.
Federal prosecutors say a former Detroit police officer accused of leading a drug ring through central Ohio has waived extradition and will be moved from Georgia to Ohio in the next few days.
The law director in Chillicothe says Police Chief Roger Moore has been suspended, but is not saying why.
A group of mostly female OSU marching band alumni held a protest on campus yesterday calling for the reinstatement of band director Jon Waters.
Funeral services are pending for Dan Schoedinger, a former Columbus City Council member who died in a bicycle accident in Montana on Sunday.
Columbus police are searching for two people who shot and killed two other people last night in Franklinton.
Ohio State University is expected to announce today it will form a task force to help bring changes after the firing of marching band director Jon Waters amid allegations he ignored rampant sexual harassment.
A legislative committee is getting updates on complaints facing the private food vendor that won the contract to feed Ohio inmates.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has lifted a public health advisory issued last month for swimmers at East Fork Lake in Clermont County.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service say a search of three Ohio rivers found no invasive silver or bighead Asian carp.
The mortgage listing service RealtyTrac says 21 percent of central Ohio homeowners owe at least 25 percent more on their mortgages than the value of the homes.
Many economic indicators show Ohio's economy has recovered significantly since the Great Recession.
Plans to track Central Ohio Transit Authority buses online are on hold again.
Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to start the process of extraditing the former deputy state treasurer from Pakistan.
Licking County Sheriff Randy Thorp says four jail guards have resigned following an internal investigation into their performance.
Columbus police say the case of a couple found dead in their South Side home on Tuesday is a murder-suicide.