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.
Nearly 100 people will lose their jobs when a Fairfield County factory shuts its doors later this year.
Ohio Governor John Kasich has signed into law a bill that cracks down on puppy mills.
Electric cars make up 1 percent of the vehicles used in this country.
Honda says it will start building a new hybrid sedan at its plant in Marysville later this year.
State leaders are pointing to a new law as a sign of progress made in the fight against human trafficking.
Green County Health officials investigating the death of a Wright State University student hospitalized with the flu say the young woman appeared otherwise healthy.
Ohio's public schools are 12th in the country in the annual rankings by the publication Education Week.
Ohio has a long history of drilling in shallow, vertical oil and gas wells.
Former Cincinnati Reds great Pete Rose is weighing in on the decision by the baseball writers not to elect anyone to the Hall of Fame this year.
Silent auctions of unique items are underway at Goodwill stores in Columbus.
Job growth will continue this year in Central Ohio, potentially bringing the region's employment to a new high.
The state's declining unemployment rate has triggered a decrease in the amount of federal unemployment compensation available.
Columbus Police are investigating a fatal overnight shooting.
For 6 years, Ohio lawmakers debated but never approved a bill requiring insurance companies to pay for autism treatment for children.
National Hockey League owners yesterday ratified the tentative contract agreement reached with the players union last weekend.
Gahanna police are searching for four people who committed a home-invasion style robbery early Wednesday.
Columbus police have filed burglary and firearms charges against a Whitehall man shot by officers last Thursday after he allegedly fired his weapon into his girlfriend's home.
A Franklin County grand jury has indicted two local men on charges of hiring another man to kill his ex-wife.
Franklin County Commissioners are reviewing a management study that outlines potential changes to the sheriff's office.
A federal grand jury has indicted a Columbus man and woman on identity theft charges.