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.
Ohio State University president Gordon Gee says he'll ask the school's trustees to freeze undergraduate tuition for in-state students at just over ten-thousand-dollars a year.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta says the Defense Supply Center in Whitehall and other facilities in Ohio could see nearly 166 million dollars in civilian payroll cuts if automatic government spending reductions kick in on March 1st.
Columbus police have arrested a man in connection with the stabbing death of his mother at her North side town home on Wednesday.
Columbus police are investigating a wrong-way crash on I-670 overnight in the eastbound lanes near the Fifth Avenue exit.
A Montgomery County woman says she was fired three days after the presidential election because of her vote for President Obama.
The Ohio Supreme Court has refused to hear a Warren County man's bid for a fourth trial in the 2008 bathtub drowning of his wife.
The Ohio Supreme Court has rejected a prosecutor's request to set an execution date for an inmate sentenced to die for slitting a man's throat during a 1985 burglary
A report by three federal agencies shows live Asian carp do not have to be present for their DNA to turn up in the environment.
Construction is underway on the first-in-Ohio neuroscience hospital.
The ringleader of 16 Amish people found guilty in beard- and hair-cutting hate-crime attacks on fellow members of their faith is appealing his conviction.
The Director of President Obama's election campaign in Ohio has joined the group seeking to overturn the state's 2004 ban on same-sex marriage.
The "Dayton Daily News" reports State Senator Chris Widener slipped an amendment into the state budget bill that sends money to a nonprofit group he co-founded.
Some state officials think Internet cafes may be one reason why casinos are not generating as much tax-revenue as predicted.
A group of Wilberforce University students say they will hold a protest today to call for the resignation of school President Patricia Hardaway and the dissolution of the board of trustees.
The Upper Arlington Schools have a new Superintendent.
Trial begins today for a second defendant charged in the shooting deaths of three men and the wounding of a fourth lured to Eastern Ohio with phony on-line job offers.
Jury deliberations begin today in the trial of a former high school football player accused of rape.
A memorial service will be held on campus Friday for the first director of Ohio State University's Black Studies program.
A woman is expected to appear in court today to face arson charges connected with a fire last week at a Mount Vernon apartment where a man was found dead.
Charter school operators in Columbus want to share local funding with public schools.