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 spokesperson for Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam says he has no plans to sell the franchise despite legal troubles with the truck stop company he runs.
The State Highway Patrol says the inmate who escaped from the Mansfield Correctional Institution last week used three ladders to get out of three fenced areas.
The body of an Ohio man killed in Afghanistan last week has been returned to Preble County.
Chillicothe City Council tonight will consider new rules designating which streets trucks may use.
The Ohio Department of Transportation today began shifting Westbound I-70 traffic from the 18th Street bridge to west of the 70/71 interchange.
Cuayhoga County prosecutors and defense attorneys are asking the Ohio Parole Board today to spare a death row inmate convicted of stabbing and killing a Cleveland woman in 1986 during a burglary at her home.
Columbus police say a second man shot in a car on the South Side last night died early this morning.
Mount Vernon fire officials say one person was killed in an early morning house fire.
The Ohio Republican Party hails the new two year state budget as a win for taxpayers.
Springfield police have returned the ashes of a man's late wife.
Canton police plan to increase security for the Pro Football Hall of Fame parade on August 3rd.
Democratic State Representative and State Auditor candidate Connie Pillich wants income tax returns used to help locate veterans eligible for Ohio bonuses.
Columbus police say the driver of a car was killed and the passenger wounded in a shooting on the South Side last night. Names have not been released.
Franklin County Sheriff's deputies say one man was shot and wounded in a shootout at an East side apartment complex on Saturday.
Officials at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton will be conducting testing of readiness skills in an exercise scheduled to run through Thursday.
Police and sheriffs departments are fighting for greater access to a slice of Ohio casino tax revenue intended for law enforcement training that has gone mainly to the State Highway Patrol.
The Columbus School District is spending more than 500 thousand dollars for legal services related to the state's attendance-data rigging investigation.
The public is getting a chance to share input on the future of the new national monument in Wilberforce honoring the first African-American colonel in the U.S. Army.
Columbus Police are seeking the driver of a car who struck a bicyclist last week, leaving him brain dead.
Columbus police say a sump pump caused a suspicious package incident Sunday that shut down North High Street near Cooke Road.