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.
Former Ohio State football star Jim Stillwagon has pleaded not guilty in the shooting of another driver during a road rage incident last year.
A jury in Chillicothe has convicted a man in the slaying of his daughter-in-law in March of 2011.
A group of Kent State University computer science students may have the answer to embarrassing Facebook posts.
An Ohio man says he is suing a gallery in New York City's Central Park after he was sold fake Faberge antiques.
Mayfield Heights Mayor Greg Costabile is stepping down today with an ethics conviction on his record.
Three organizations will hold a free event in Columbus on Saturday to help moderate- and low-income Ohioans file their federal, state and local income tax returns.
Cleveland city officials say it could take weeks to clean the interior of the 100-year-old West Side Market following a fire earlier this week.
Public memorial services have been scheduled for the front man and co-founder of the funk group The Ohio Players.
Franklin County prosecutors say employees of a pet store in Canal Winchester were secretly videotaped by a co-worker who placed a hidden camera inside of a restroom.
Delaware city and police officials are testing a plan that would put radar guns in residents' hands.
Ohio State University is launching a campaign today to raise 100 million dollars from the community to pay for scholarships for needy and high-achieving students.
Columbus-based builder M/I Homes reports a fourth quarter profit of 5-million dollars, as compared with a loss of 3-million during the same period a year ago.
Columbus police say a man was shot and killed inside of a West Broad Street building last night.
Ohio Governor John Kasich will be in Cincinnati today to talk about his new school-funding plan.
Dublin-based Cardinal Health says it will cut 20 jobs at its local headquarters as it restructures its multi-billion dollar medical segment.
The Labor Department says the number of weekly claims for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio fell last week by more than 13-hundred, due to fewer layoffs in manufacturing.
Experts in urban education spoke at the Columbus Metropolitan Club yesterday on the challenges facing large public schools.
Representatives of the local taxicab industry told Columbus City Council last night proposed changes to the vehicle for hire codes are long overdue and can be beneficial to everyone involved.
Cleveland's historic West Side Market is closed until further notice after fire damaged some inside stalls on Wednesday.
The Franklin County Grand Jury has indicted a Columbus man in connection with last year's death of a tow-truck driver on the North Side.