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.
Ohio foreclosure filings rose in February as lenders continued working through a backlog of cases.
Columbus Metropolitan Library trustees have voted to sell the old Ohio School for the Deaf on Town Street to a local Catholic school.
The Ohio Senate has approved a proposal increasing car and truck speed limits to 70 mph on rural interstate highways.
The Ohio House has approved a bill designed to shut down the state's 800 internet cafes as illegal gambling operations.
The Obama administration is making plans to continue the billion-dollar Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, although decisions about funding it will be made on a year-by-year basis.
Testimony resumes today in the trial of two Steubenville High School football players accused of raping a 16-year-old girl last August.
Baldwin Wallace University junior softball pitcher Tabitha Murray tossed consecutive perfect games in a double-header on Wednesday.
The dispute over the State Auditor's authority to audit the financial records of the governor's public-private job creation entity JobsOhio continues, as the deadline to meet a subpoena looms.
An Ohio prison guard who was fired after he allegedly posted threats about Governor John Kasich on-line is getting his job back.
A former caretaker of the Longaberger mansion has pleaded guilty to stealing 1.5 million dollars from his employer.
The head of the Ohio Department of Commerce will soon become the head of the state's Development Services Agency.
A Sunbury man will serve 14 years in prison for kidnapping and raping an Indiana teenager last October.
Funeral services are pending for 58-year-old state Board of Education member Jeff Hardin, who passed away Wednesday morning following a heart attack.
Columbus police say a man held officers at bay at his South side home last night for the second time in the last five months.
The American Transit Association says local bus ridership fell 1.8 percent last year.
More than 250 Ohio insurance companies and the state are launching a campaign to encourage students and others to work in the industry.
A Nelsonville police officer caught on video aggressively grabbing a seated and unarmed 15-year-old boy by the face and pushing him into a desk has been indicted on multiple charges.
The Ohio House will soon open debate on a bill that would ban traffic enforcement cameras statewide.
Parents and children in Ohio and 43 other states are urged to take precautions after a study linked a salmonella outbreak in kids to a frog commonly kept as a pet.
The teachers' strike in the Strongsville City Schools will continue through at least a second week.