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.
Columbus officials hope to save 3 million dollars in interest payments by refinancing up to 167 million dollars worth of municipal bond debt.
The dean of Ohio State University's College of Business says she will resign next year.
The Food and Drug Administration and the American Academy of Pediatrics say pregnant women and children should not consume raw milk and raw milk products.
A California judge has ordered Cleveland-based Sherwin Williams and two other paint companies to pay 10 California cities and counties 1.1 billion dollars to remove lead-based paint from millions of older homes.
Columbus City Council last night formally objected to state renewal of the liquor licenses of 14 local bars and carryouts that officials say drain public safety resources and harm neighborhoods.
Campaign finance reports show the group that pushed for passage of the Columbus City Schools levy raised more than 3 million dollars for the effort.
A new Kent State University study says college students who spend hours each day online, texting or talking on cell phones are more anxious, less happy and get lower grades.
Sentencing is pending for a Delaware County woman who has pleaded guilty to striking and killing a St. Francis DeSales High School teacher and coach while he was riding his bicycle.
Sentencing is scheduled January 15th for a Columbus teen who pleaded guilty Monday to adult charges in a fatal shooting on the Southeast side.
General Motors says it will invest more than a billion-dollars in five of its factories, including one in Toledo.
South Zanesville Mayor Terry Guss died on Sunday after falling from the running board of a firetruck on Friday.
The Ohio Court of Claims has rejected a negligence claim filed by the wife of a man crushed to death by an elevator in a closed hotel on Ohio State University's campus.
Ceremonies will be held Saturday at cemeteries in central Ohio and around the country to honor veterans.
A non-profit group established by a managed health care company says Ohio is one of the unhealthiest states in the nation.
The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids says Ohio is fourth worst in the nation in spending on smoking prevention efforts.
The Ohio House this week approved a Senate-passed bill requiring drivers approaching construction and maintenance vehicles to slow down and shift lanes if possible.
The Ohio Department of Education says today 26 percent of third-graders scored below a new literacy target on reading tests taken in the fall.
Sentencing is scheduled January 7th for a Columbus teen charged with assaulting a social worker and stealing her car last year.
A public memorial service is scheduled for December 22nd for former Ohio House majority leader William Mallory, who died Tuesday after a brief illness at the age of 82.
Delaware County prosecutors say the Pataskala woman raped and killed last year turned to prostitution to make ends meet and died after answering an online ad offering 200 dollars.