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.
There are calls to fire the Steubenville High School football coach in the aftermath of the rape convictions of two players.
Health care experts are meeting in Columbus this week to discuss the impact of the federal health care law on Ohio children.
A Johnstown man has pleaded guilty to charges of defrauding the federal economic stimulus program by collecting 66-thousand dollars for phantom jobs for displaced workers.
Cincinnati City Council yesterday approved a prevailing wage law.
The Ohio State Racing Commission has voted to delay construction on two "racinos," requiring developer Penn National Gaming to provide more enclosed seating for horse racing spectators.
Over the pleas of the local Amish community, the Kenton-Hardin County Board of Health is proceeding with plans to condemn two newly constructed Amish homes because they lack the required septic systems for their outhouses.
Ohio State University President Gordon Gee says it's not possible to freeze tuition for out-of-state students, but the school can help those students with scholarships.
Cincinnati Reds third base coach Mark Berry says he will begin treatment next month for cancer found in his tonsils and lymph nodes in his neck.
Two caucasian Columbus City Schools teachers are suing the district, claiming they are victims of reverse racism.
18 Somali workers who are of the Muslim faith have filed federal complaints against Westerville-based logistics company Excel, claiming they were fired for praying at work.
Franklin County Commissioners have approved plans to demolish 900 abandoned homes.
Circleville police are looking for the suspects in an attack that left a woman with critical injuries.
The man shot by a Coshocton County Sheriff's deputy following a traffic stop on Tuesday died on Wednesday.
Columbus police say no one was injured when the front of a Victorian Village home under renovation collapsed this morning.
Butler County Prosecutor Mike Gmoser says he has dropped his light-hearted indictment against the famous Pennsylvania groundhog who fraudulently "predicted" an early spring.
Forbes Magazine has named Cincinnati and Cleveland as two of the 15 U.S. cities with emerging downtowns.
President Obama has designated the Western Ohio home of Colonel Charles Young as a national monument.
This year's Cleveland National Air Show has been canceled because of federal sequester cuts.
Republican Ohio House Finance Committee Chair Ron Amstutz says a proposal from GOP Governor John Kasich to expand the state sales tax is dead.
Akron-based FirstEnergy says it will spend more than 150-million-dollars this year to upgrade portions of Ohio's power grid.