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.
The Ohio House has unanimously approved a bill making more teachers eligible to participate in meeting Ohio's new third-grade reading guarantee.
Some neighbors say Charles Ramsey's story of how he helped rescue the Cleveland kidnapping victims is false.
Honda of America says it will build a new type of sports car inside its former plant in Marysville.
Youngstown State University says Randy Dunn will become the school's next president.
Two Chillicothe women are facing animal cruelty charges.
Columbus City Council last night approved spending 2 million dollars to demolish an old municipal building at 109 North Front Street in order to construct new offices that will consolidate zoning and building services.
A gay Columbus teacher challenging her firing by Bishop Watterson High School says the local union for Catholic educators has decided not to support her complaint.
The Lawrence County man accused of stealing and crashing a fire truck on Friday died on Monday.
Honda of America is finalizing plans for a new plant in Central Ohio.
Cincinnati Police Chief James Craig is expected to announce today that he's stepping down to become police chief in his hometown of Detroit.
Researchers at an Ohio State University greenhouse in Columbus are awaiting a rare second bloom by a rainforest plant known as a "corpse flower" because of its unpleasant odor.
A Grove City woman is facing animal abuse charges after starved dogs were found at her home.
A Pickerington man says he is planning to jump again after being convicted of parachuting off a radio tower at Ohio State University last week.
Columbus police say one of two suspects in the shooting of a woman on a COTA bus last month has turned himself in.
The Cleveland Teachers Union and the School District have reached a tentative agreement on a new 3- year contract.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says no DNA evidence links the man accused of imprisoning three women in a Cleveland house for a decade to other crimes through a national database.
Republican Ohio Senate President Keith Faber told a Cleveland City Club audience Monday lawmakers are open to pursuing a Medicaid bill before the end of the year.
Advocates for expanding Medicaid used the Mother's Day holiday to ask state lawmakers what their mothers would do about the issue.
An Associated Press review of records shows a favorite witness on Ohio tax and economic issues who's relied upon for his objectivity draws a hefty stipend from a conservative trust fund.
A Franklin County judge today ordered the owners of a closed East side motel to sell the blighted property or tear it down.