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.
The woman accused of driving a Columbus City Schools bus while intoxicated has resigned.
Sentencing is scheduled next month for an Illinois truck driver convicted of causing a fatal crash earlier this year on I-70 near the Alton-Darby Creek overpass.
The U.S. Postal Service is investigating delivery delays in Bexley and Eastmoor.
Majority Republicans in the Ohio House have approved a bill to create a new oversight committee for Medicaid and take steps to limit the cost growth of the program for the poor and disabled.
Two Delaware police officers are under internal investigation for striking two Ohio Wesleyan University students in crosswalks with their cruisers within the last week.
Columbus police say the body of a man who was shot and killed was found last night in a car parked at a North side apartment complex.
Cincinnati City Council has voted to immediately halt spending on the 133 million streetcar project.
Cincinnati-based Fifth Third Bancorp is paying 6.5 million dollars to settle Securities and Exchange Commission charges of improper accounting during the wall street collapse of 2008.
The wife of Ashtabula County judge Charles Hague has been charged with attempting to poison him with antifreeze.
Debate is scheduled to begin soon in the Ohio House on a bill that could bring prayer back to public schools.
Ohio's oil and gas industry says it supports newly introduced severance tax changes that include a rate hike on wells in a compromise struck with the Ohio House.
Athens City Council is now the second public body to oppose hosting a proposed fracking injection well.
Democrats in the Ohio Senate have picked new leaders after two members stepped down to pursue statewide offices next year.
The Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor held a conference call with reporters yesterday to talk about about his tax problems.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has decided against destroying or moving the Ohio village of Zoar, where the aging levee protecting it from flooding is in serious need of repair.
Franklin County Commissioners today approved a deal to raze Veterans Memorial downtown, despite calls from local vets and the facility's board to renovate the structure.
The grandfather of a Medina County Amish girl with leukemia says she continues to receive natural treatments while hiding with her parents, amid a legal battle over whether she'll be forced to resume chemotherapy.
The state is trying to bring back the population of North America's largest amphibian. The hellbender salamander lives in streams hard hit by water pollution in the 1970s.
Columbus City Council last night voted unanimously against adopting a proposed ordinance that would limit spending in mayoral and council campaigns.
Columbus City Council last night approved a 35 thousand dollar legal settlement with a man whose constitutional rights were violated by Columbus police.