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.
A Columbus company accused of selling bags of mulch that were not full will offer consumers a free bag this spring under a settlement with the Ohio Attorney General's office.
The city of Columbus has adopted a new one thousand dollar per day fine to try and deter residential and commercial building owners from allowing their properties to become a public nuisance.
Just as state lawmakers pass a bill that will likely end most traffic camera programs in Ohio, the state’s highest court has ruled cities have the authority to use them.
Republican Ohio Governor John Kasich says he plans to push against political adversaries during his second term, as he tries to enact restrictions on charter schools and reach a satisfactory compromise on renewable-energy mandates.
Police officers and ministers joined mental health, probation and prosecutor's office representatives Thursday on a new panel to study possible updates to police training.
The Republican-dominated Ohio Supreme Court took up several important cases this year, rendering opinions that surprised some observers.
Billy Milligan, believed to be the first person to use multiple personality disorder in an insanity defense, has died at a Columbus hospital at the age of 59.
Bus service in and around Columbus will be getting a boost next year.
A former Westerville school PTA president will serve ten days in jail for stealing thousands of dollars from the organization.
People with packages at the fire-gutted Whitehall post office will be able to pick them up soon.
Luxembourg-based cargo carrier Cargolux will begin shipping Ohio-made goods from Rickenbacker Airport today.
State schools superintendent Richard Ross added a religious element to a state-supported mentoring program in schools.
A bipartisan redistricting bill will go to the voters next year after the measure cleared the Ohio Legislature on Wednesday.
The Ohio House has approved a Senate-passed bill shielding the names of companies that provide the state with lethal injection drugs.
The Ohio Turnpike Commission says a former board member will take over as the agency's new director on December 22nd.
An effort to legalize consumer grade fireworks in Ohio has hit a procedural snag in the legislature.
A judge has sentenced an Ashland, Ohio man to nearly 39 years in prison in the strangling and stabbing death of his ex-girlfriend while vacationing on the North Carolina Outer Banks two years ago.
The CEO of New Albany-based Bob Evans Farms is stepping down after more than eight years on the job, as part of an agreement with the company.
Mount Vernon police have identified the man killed by officers over the weekend.
Licking County prosecutor Ken Oswalt says he will not present to a grand jury the case of a Newark police officer who ran down a suspect with an SUV after another officer was shot on November 5.