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.
The Columbus Board of Realtors says existing home sale rose by nearly 25 percent last month as compared with October 2011.
A University of Cincinnati Economics Center forecast projects a 4.2 percent increase in retail sales for November and December, as compared with the same period a year ago.
Thirty new parking meters opened for service today along High Street between Goodale and Mound Streets downtown.
Morrow County Prosecutors say they will not file charges against two Highland Elementary School Principals and a teacher accused of failing to report allegations of child sexual abuse.
Fairfield County Sheriff's deputies are searching for a man who escaped from a county jail facility this morning.
Next year, Columbus residents will pay $5 more on average for their water and sewer service.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman's proposed 2013 municipal budget boosts spending by 3.7 percent and adds 10 million dollars to the city's rainy day fund. Jim Letizia reports.
Two principals at Highland Elementary School in Morrow County have been suspended for not reporting sexual misconduct allegations involving a student.
Another major pharmaceutical company has agreed to a monetary settlement of accusations it unlawfully promoted a drug.
Whitehall police say woman was killed and three people were injured this morning in a three-car crash on Hamilton Road at East Mound Street.
A Delaware County Grand Jury has indicted the man accused of causing a four-vehicle crash last week that killed a woman and injured her infant.
Drivers should expect delays on Olentangy River Road over the next two days.
Former Columbus Utilities Director Cheryl Roberto says today
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman released his 2013 budget proposal today.
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services says it will investigate
Ohio State university says apparel partnerships
Columbus safety officials say crews will begin installing 33
The Ohio Department of Education plans to spread a new study
The United Way is cutting funding for education programs
New Albany-based retailer Abercrombie & Fitch says third quarter