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.
This weekend marks the 100th anniversary of one of Ohio's worst natural disasters.
The 8th Ohio District Court of Appeals has upheld the gambling convictions of six people affiliated with three Internet cafes in Cleveland.
Realtors say national, state, and local sales of existing homes rose in February.
Ohio House Democrats failed yesterday in their attempt to force leaders of JobsOhio to appear before a state legislative panel amid questions over the nonprofit job creation entity's spending.
Ohio Governor John Kasich now says he supports civil unions for same-sex couples, but not gay marriage.
Republican Ohio House finance committee chair Ron Amstutz says major changes are planned to GOP Governor John Kasich's tax reform proposals, but he says the plan to cut income-taxes will remain.
The Defense Department is delaying until early April unpaid-leave notices for 800-thousand civilian workers, including those employed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton.
A Franklin County judge has ruled Dallas-based Capital Partners may purchase the Hampton Inn and Hilton Garden Inn hotels near Port Columbus for nearly 17 million dollars.
Construction is expected to begin in April on more than a dozen new tornado warning sirens in Franklin County.
The Columbus Police Firearms Review Board says three officers acted within division policy when they shot two suspects in separate confrontations last year.
A retired Jefferson County judge will oversee the grand jury investigating other potential suspects in the Steubenville rape case.
Columbus police say five of seven people suspected of assaulting a teenager on a Central Ohio Transit Authority bus have been arrested.
A federal judge has rejected a request by an Indiana man charged with setting fire to a Toledo mosque to withdraw his guilty plea so he could undergo a competency exam.
Members of Mayor Michael Coleman's Education Commission appear divided on how the Columbus City Schools should be run.
Two Columbus elementary school principals have been suspended for failing to immediately notify police and parents about alleged abuse of special-needs students.
A Mansfield man has been charged in the investigation of dozens of bomb threats made to courthouses and other public buildings in five states late last year.
The arrival of Spring also means the arrival of seasonal allergies.
Strongsville mayor Thomas Perciak is calling for an end to the teachers strike.
Dublin school officials have launched termination proceedings against a bus driver convicted of drunken driving.
The Dayton Daily News reports Ohio Department of Education records show the number of accusations of teacher misconduct have tripled since 2007.