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.
At their meeting today, Ohio State University trustees thanked and praised retiring President Gordon Gee.
The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis says Ohio's economy grew slightly last year for the third consecutive year.
Two Internal Revenue Service agents working in the Cincinnati office say higher-ups in Washington directed the targeting of conservative political groups when they applied for tax-exempt status.
Rocky River police have charged Cleveland Indians pitcher Chris Perez and his wife with misdemeanor drug possession in the shipment of just over one-third of a pound of marijuana to their home.
Cincinnati Public School officials have until Monday to close a five-million-dollar budget gap.
Columbus police say two people were shot and killed in an apparent murder-suicide Thursday at a Far West side apartment complex.
Columbus police officials say an officer shot and wounded a man during a robbery attempt last night on the North side.
Columbus police say officers discovered a body yesterday in a room at the Brookside Motel on East Main Street.
Central Ohio motorists are paying more for gasoline this week.
The Ohio Attorney General's office is working to close a Zanesville nursing home after an investigation found evidence of patient neglect.
The Ohio Department of Insurance says insurers planning to participate in the new health insurance exchange are projecting their costs will be higher.
The controversial demolition of the Poindexter Village housing complex is underway.
The Wayne National Forest is offering free camping and recreational activities today and Saturday.
A pilot and farmer from Amanda says he'll try again next year to unseat Ohio Republican Congressman Steve Stivers.
Democratic U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio is co-sponsoring legislation designed to to better protect businesses from foreign currency manipulation.
The Ohio Senate Thursday approved its verion of the 6.7 billion dollar two year state budget bill. The bill was passed along party lines.
Columbus police have now identified the man who apparently took his own life at a Far East side apartment complex on Tuesday.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure officials say they are canceling the 3-day charity races in Cleveland and six other cities next year because of a drop in participation.
Libertarian Cincinnati mayoral candidate Jim Berns is using tomato plants to promote the legalization of marijuana.
Federal drug agents are investigating a delivery of marijuana to the Rocky River home of Cleveland Indians reliever Chris Perez.