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.
All public schools in Steubenville were placed on lockdown this morning after district officials said they received a shooting threat via social media.
State lawmakers started their new two-year session Monday.
Republican Ohio Senate president Keith Faber says extended term limits, changes to the political map-drawing process, and tougher abortion restrictions are among issues that could arise in the next two-year legislative session.
Frontier Airlines says it's returning to Port Columbus, offering three weekly nonstop flights to the Trenton-Mercer Airport in New Jersey beginning on April 8th.
An investigation is underway into a deadly crash in Perry County.
Ohio's prisons department has agreed to pay 350-thousand dollars to settle a medical negligence claim made by a former inmate at the Belmont Correctional Institution.
The test Ohio high school students need to pass before they graduate will be replaced.
The Ohio Casino Control Commission says wagers at the Columbus casino fell by 10 percent, or 2-million dollars, from November to December as the novelty of slots and table games wore off.
Dozens of Columbus bus stops are off COTA's schedule in a route restructuring project.
Sentencing is scheduled April 1st for a Columbus man convicted Thursday of causing the traffic accident that killed a Bexley elementary school teacher.
Civilian workers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton are not yet safe from furloughs, despite the deal to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff.
A new, 4.5 million dollar rail loop linking the Port of Cleveland with main lines nearby is expected to enable faster, more efficient movement of cargo from the site.
Cincinnati city officials say the streetcar project has been delayed again, this time to the spring of 2016.
A bartender in Ada recently pleaded guilty to charges of furnishing liquor to an intoxicated person after he served at least 24 shots to a 21 year old customer who ended up with alcohol poisoning.
A gun rights group says the number of teachers who have signed up for a free training program is growing.
Port Columbus has completed the first round of terminal renovations.
A federal district judge has dismissed a Franklin County jail inmate's claims that guards used excessive force when shocking him with a taser at the jail and later at a hospital.
Columbus-based American Electric Power is asking the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio for permission to make customers pay nearly 62-million dollars in repairs for storm damage last summer.
Federal authorities say an Logan County man was arrested as part of a national child pornography sweep that rescued 123 victims of sexual exploitation.
Dublin police say they are stumped by the disappearance of a man who traveled from India to visit family members last month.