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 former caretaker of the Muskingum County estate of Longaberger basket company owner Tami Longaberger will serve six years in prison for stealing 1.5 million dollars from the facility.
Columbus police say they are unable to determine what caused the crash that killed a woman whose car swerved into a Far East Side pond last October.
A popular workout destination in Canton may soon become off-limits to personal trainers.
The Columbus Blue Jackets and former player Tyler Wright, most recently a director of amateur scouting, are parting ways.
The State Highway Patrol says a teenage driver was killed Monday in a crash in Fairfield County.
Pickerington police are investigating the drowning death of a two-year-old boy last night at a condominium complex on Brookview Circle.
Columbus City Council tonight is expected to approve legislation placing an 842 million dollar capital improvements bond package before the voters this fall.
A former Columbus police school resource officer was sentenced to seven years in prison this morning for coercing sexual behavior from female students.
Columbus police have now identified the man shot and killed in front of his home in North Linden Thursday.
Cincinnati's 40th annual Gay Pride Festival takes place this weekend. It celebrates the queen city's lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgendered community.
A 91-year-old veteran of World War II has received his medals.
Ohio State University's medical center has settled a negligence lawsuit involving a brain-damaged newborn.
The Ohio Attorney General's Office says local law enforcement agencies reported 30 human-trafficking cases in the past year.
A State Highway Patrol analysis of wrong-way crashes since 2011 concludes they occur less frequently than other types of wrecks, but tend to be more severe and almost always involve multiple vehicles.
The Whitehall City Schools are pulling out of the federal Race to the Top program.
Columbus' curbside recycling program saved the city 1.2 million dollars in landfill tipping fees through the end of May.
A food storage company is getting a second tax break from the city of Columbus.
Security will be increased on the Antioch College campus in Yellow Springs this weekend after authorities yesterday searched for but failed to find a gunman.
Franklin County Sheriff's deputies have identified the man whose body was found at the entrance to Green Lawn Cemetery this week.
The Cincinnati School board has approved the district's 474-million-dollar budget plan for the upcoming school year.