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 Maryland woman charged for her role in the death of her 14-month-old son pleaded guilty today to charges of involuntary manslaughter and tampering with evidence.
Columbus city officials say they're starting to see results from the land bank program launched several years ago.
The Centerville house where the late humorist Erma Bombeck raised her family and launched her writing career is now a national landmark.
Funeral services have been scheduled for Democrat Jack Ford, a former state lawmaker, Toledo Mayor and city council member.
The city of Cleveland denies two officers did anything wrong before a handcuffed, mentally ill woman died in custody last year.
A Cuayhoga County judge has ordered new trials for three men convicted of a 1995 slaying because of what she calls malicious suppression of evidence by an assistant prosecutor.
A Prairie Township man will serve two years in prison in the death of his 16-month-old daughter.
A Delaware County Grand Jury today returned a 32-count indictment against a former elementary school teacher now charged with raping five of his students.
Delaware County is the best in Ohio when it comes to its residents' health.
Sentencing is pending for two central Ohio businessmen convicted of stealing investors money from a now defunct beverage company.
State and local officials say dozens of people have been indicted for their roles in a large-scale drug ring in Circleville.
Bond is set at 500 thousand dollars for the driver charged in a fatal wrong-way crash in Madison County.
Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller is under investigation for a possible NCAA violation.
The Ohio House and Senate have approved a measure aimed at reducing toxic algae blooms in Lake Erie and other waterways.
The Ohio Senate has approved the state transportation budget after a committee dropped a proposal raising the speed limit to 75 mph on certain rural freeways and the turnpike.
A bill cracking down on low-performing charter schools and imposing a host of new accountability standards on sponsors has cleared the Ohio House Education Committee.
Existing home sales rose on the local, state and national levels last month.
A new poll shows that Columbus continues to be one of the nation's most gay-friendly cities.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Serices says more than 234 thousand Ohioans signed up for health coverage or renewed health plans in the federally run insurance marketplace during the open enrollment period that ended last month.
Ohio Triple-A says it opposes the proposal to boost the speed limit to 75 mph on the Turnpike and rural interstate highways due to safety concerns.