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.
Warren County prosecutor David Fornshell says Franklin City Schools Superintendent Arnol Elam is under investigation for possible misuse of public resources for political campaigning.
Early results of a study being conducted on building a new Brent Spence Bridge over the Ohio River in Cincinnati show passenger vehicles could be charged 1 dollar to cross.
Ohio will get nearly 2 million dollars out of a multi-state settlement with Toyota related to its safety recalls.
Columbus-base Nationwide Insurance reports a major decline in fourth quarter profit.
In order to stay in business, many small Ohio growers are turning away from the corporate model of farming and joining co-ops.
The FAA has given the Medina County sheriff's office permission to use drones to search for missing people or fugitives.
The Mid Ohio Regional Planning Commission has approved 18 new road projects worth 77-million dollars.
An Ohio House committee Thursday heard more details of Governor John Kasich's plan to expand Medicaid under the federal health care law.
State officials are confirming their intentions to have the federal government run a health insurance exchange mandated by the federal health care law.
Franklin County sheriff's deputies are investigating the cause of a fatal two vehicle crash on the far west side Thursday.
State and Mount Vernon fire officials are searching for the cause of last night's fatal apartment fire.
The parents of 100 Columbus charter school students are scrambling to find new schools for their children.
Groveport Madison High School is closed for a second-straight day today.
Columbus police provided a funeral escort yesterday for a man who died trying to save a child from an icy pond on the far east side last week.
Ohio's prison agency says it wants doctors or other medical professionals to assist with executions, saying it will help promote humane procedures.
African-American state lawmakers have compiled a list of what they want the legislature to accomplish to improve the lives of black Ohioans.
Construction bids for the Cincinnati streetcar project have come in 26 to 43 million dollars over budget.
The mortgage research firm RealtyTrac says foreclosure filings in Ohio fell by 23 percent in January from December's figures.
Dublin-based Cardinal Health is spending 2 billion dollars to acquire the medical supplier AssuraMed.
Toledo's emergency homeless shelter is out of money.