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 Dayton Daily News reports Ohio Department of Education records show the number of accusations of teacher misconduct have tripled since 2007.
An investigation is underway into sexual misconduct with a student by a Delaware County teacher.
Four Barberton High School students are facing multiple charges for allegedly plotting violence in the building.
The North Ridgeville man convicted of carrying a loaded gun, ammunition and knives into a Westlake movie theater was sentenced today to six months in prison.
Bexley is the first U.S. city to be accredited as an arboretum by the Illinois-based Morton Register of Arboreta.
Ohio Governor John Kasich is actively defending his state budget plan, which includes some provisions Democrats like and his fellow Republicans oppose.
Four of the six villages whose mayor’s courts would be dissolved Friday under a new state law have filed a lawsuit in Franklin County seeking to keep them operating.
A Cuyahoga County judge has ruled the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation must pay hundreds of millions of dollars in restitution to more than 270 thousand businesses.
A Fairfield County man has pleaded not guilty to more than 70 counts of abusing animals.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says he'll provide grant money for new regional sexual assault coordinators to oversee direct and comprehensive services for survivors.
A coalition of businesses, Republican party activists, and others are collecting petition signatures to try to make Ohio a so-called "right to work" state.
Two bills that make election law changes are headed to the governor's desk.
The Ohio Senate has approved a proposal to increase the speed limit on rural interstate highways to 70 mph.
State officials say samples taken from the deer herd last year show no evidence of chronic wasting disease, a degenerative brain disease that affects elk, mule deer and white-tailed deer.
Columbus city officials say a growing number of residents are using the free curbside recycling program.
The Columbus Catholic Diocese says Marion Catholic High School will close for good in June due to declining enrollment and increasing costs.
The city of Columbus collected 2.1 million dollars in fines from its red light camera program last year.
The Community Shelter Board says its winter-overflow shelter on Industrial Mile Road in Franklin Township is staying open past its scheduled closing date of last Friday because of the unusually cold weather.
A Summit County jury has recommended the death penalty for a triple killer convicted of luring his victims to Eastern Ohio with bogus on-line job offers.
Cleveland City Council member Zack Reed has been removed from his committee assignments following his arrest on drunken driving charges earlier this month.