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 jury says a Delaware County church must pay more than three-million-dollars to a sexual assault victim.
A Columbus man has pleaded guilty to killing a Licking County man during a robbery.
The State Highway Patrol is investigating last night's crash of a paraglider in Madison county.
Columbus police say they had no choice but to shut down the annual Juneteenth Festival early.
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio says there were 71 train-vehicle crashes last year, down from 112 in 2003.
An internal investigation shows several Columbus fire officials hit speeds over 100 miles per hour going to emergencies this year, raising questions about public safety.
Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation statistics show methampehtamine lab busts are increasing partly because meth is now being made in spaces as small as a large soda bottle.
Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus is meeting with African-American leaders in Cleveland today as part of an effort to expand party membership among minority groups that have been voting Democratic.
Parents of special-needs children are upset with a new policy at Kings Island amusement park in Mason.
An Ohioan who wore a bracelet engraved with the name of a prisoner of war from Vietnam is returning it today, on the 48th anniversary of his capture.
New U.S. Census Bureau figures show Ohio’s population continues to hold steady.
A former Ohio Supreme Court justice who mostly sided with the majority in death penalty cases says she now opposes capital punishment.
A jury has found the last of five suspects in a failed plot to bomb a bridge over the Cuayhoga Valley National Park guilty on all counts.
With the federal health insurance plan taking effect soon, there are a lot of cost projections being tossed around by state officials.
Cuayhoga County is following the lead of officials in Franklin and other counties by offering veterans identification cards to help them claim benefits.
Columbus police say they have arrested the teenager who allegedly attacked a social worker and stole her car.
Ohio police officers are scheduled to attend a briefing at the Columbus Police Academy today on ways to fight organized retail crime such as large-scale shoplifting rings.
A Columbus man will serve an additional seven years in prison for the death of a woman he assaulted in 1998.
A Franklin County judge has sentenced a Michigan man to five years in prison for causing a crash that killed one person and injured another in Franklinton last August.
Construction is scheduled to start later this year on downtown Cincinnati's first grocery store.