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 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.
An automotive test track in Central Ohio has new pavement, thanks in part to taxpayers.
The 445th Airlift Wing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton leaves today to deliver meals from a nonprofit group to residents of Haiti.
Columbus police say a crime victim helped recover his stolen bicycle and put four people behind bars last night.
A Whitehall girl is recovering from injuries sustained yesterday after being hit by a police cruiser.
The National Weather Service says the predawn storms on Thursday spawned five tornado touchdowns in Auglaize, Wood and Van Wert counties.
The Ohio House Transportation, Public Safety and Homeland Security committee is reviewing a bill that would allow drivers to show proof of insurance via a wireless device.
Delaware police say two people found dead inside of two homes on Bernard Avenue died of heroin overdoses.
A federal judge has rescheduled sentencing for a former Columbus police school resource officer convicted of coercing sexual behavior from students.
State lawmakers have introduced a bipartisan proposal aimed at curbing Medicaid costs.
A lawsuit has been filed in the 2011 death of a handcuffed burglary suspect who Dayton police say jumped from a bridge after escaping custody by breaking a cruiser window with his head.
Worthington Library officials say they will put a 2.2-mill operating levy on the November ballot.
Rock-and-Roll Hall-of-Famer Lou Reed has revealed that he underwent a successful liver transplant at the Cleveland Clinic last month.
A new trial is underway for a man convicted in the drowning deaths of his 3-year-old stepson and the boy's 2-year-old brother during a camping trip along the Muskingum River.
A Kettering man is scheduled to appearin federal court today on charges of breaching security at the White House.
The foreclosure listing service RealtyTrac says Ohio foreclosure filings fell sharply in May, but the state had one of the highest rates in the country.
A documentary film produced in Cleveland makes its world premiere tonight.
Supporters of a teacher fired from Bishop Watterson High School because she is gay are asking for a meeting with the Columbus Catholic Diocese.
An Ohio House and Senate Conference Committee meets today to begin sorting out differences between the two chambers' versions of the state budget bill.