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.
Legislation covering road work and a tax abatement were approved by Columbus City Council on Monday.
Several Ohioans who ran in yesterday's Boston Marathon say they heard the explosions that killed or injured several people, but none of them have been reported injured.
Nick Foligno scored the game winner in overtime as the Columbus Blue Jackets kept their playoff hopes alive with a 4-3 win over host Colorado last night.
Former Democratic Hamilton County Commissioner David Pepper has filed the paperwork to challenge Republican Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine in 2014.
The Canal Winchester School Board voted last night to approve an open enrollment policy.
The Upper Arlington School Board voted last night to cut more than two-dozen of the district's youngest teachers this summer.
Franklin County sheriff's deputies are investigating an overnight death inside a Clinton Township home.
Columbus is one of 13 Ohio cities and villages that use cameras to catch speeders or motorists who run red lights.
A Franklin County judge has sentenced a man to life in prison for killing a man in a road rage incident in 2011.
The Ohio Department of Transportation is reminding drivers to use extra caution in work zones along highways and is introducing a new piece of equipment designed to improve safety.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says seven people have been charged in an alleged home repair scam that targeted mostly elderly Central Ohioans.
Two Republican state lawmakers say they want to make changes in the tax system used by cities.
A grand jury has been selected to investigate whether other laws were broken in the case of a 16-year-old girl raped by two Steubenville high school football players last year.
Mark Osiecki, who had a 46-50-16 record in three seasons as Ohio State University's men's hockey coach, was fired on Monday.
Some faith leaders in Ohio teamed up this week to fight gun violence.
Cleveland Metroparks officials say a brush fire at Bedford Reservation last night consumed 40 acres.
A report released this week shows at least some Asian carp probably have reached the Great Lakes, but there's still time to stop them from becoming established.
The University of Toledo Medical Center has canceled a medical transfer agreement with an area abortion provider after a state lawmaker and anti-abortion group claimed it was illegal.
It appears Cincinnati voters will be asked to approve the city's controversial parking system lease in November.
Contract talks resumed today in an effort to end the five week old strike by Strongsville school teachers.