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 has announced a 5.8 million dollar retirement package for former president Gordon Gee, following his departure for his comments against Notre Dame, Roman Catholics and Southeastern Conference schools.
A Jackson County man is accused of kidnapping a six-year-old girl.
A 16-year-old Columbus boy will be tried as an adult for his alleged role in a robbery and shooting.
A Cuayhoga County judge says the Cleveland man accused of holding three women captive in his home for about a decade has pleaded guilty in a deal with prosecutors.
A 63-year-old Lucas County woman is among at least 285 people sickened in an outbreak of Cyclospora in Ohio, Georgia and nine other states.
A Clark County golf course is now offering a new type of cart for its players.
Forbes Magazine has named Oberlin College as the best in Ohio.
The Ashville Water Department has issued a boil alert for residents and businesses until 9 p.m. Saturday.
Columbus police have identified the man shot and killed in South Linden on Wednesday night.
A Kettering man has pleaded not guilty to federal charges of crashing his SUV into steel barriers near the White House last month.
Newark police say they have broken up a violent gang.
Columbus-based builder M/I Homes says second quarter profit rose as compared with the same period last year.
The death toll from a Legionnaires' Disease outbreak at a Reynoldsburg nursing home is rising.
Morgan County sheriff's deputies are awaiting autopsy results on the body of a man found burning along a rural road yesterday.
A homeless, wheelchair bound man was convicted yesterday of assaulting a Columbus police officer.
Fire officials are investigating the cause of last night's blaze at a Delaware County recreational vehicle business.
The Ohio House Policy and Legislative Oversight Committee met in Cincinnati Thursday to hear from conservative and progressive groups who claim they were targeted by the IRS.
Lake and Cuayhoga counties are assessing damage from last week's heavy rains and flooding, in the hope of seeking state and federal disaster aid.
Findlay officials who are pushing for the completion of a flood control study got less money than they wanted from the federal government.
Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs says she will ask the safety director to fire a narcotics lieutenant who falsified overtime slips.