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.
A report issued this week shows more than 110 thousand clean energy jobs were generated in the US last year.
The State Highway Patrol says troopers made 3 percent more arrests for drunken driving last year than they did in 2011.
Parents, students, and teachers in the Medina school district are upset about an 83-thousand dollar bonus approved this week for Superintendent Randy Stepp.
The Strongsville teachers' strike is in its fourth day today, after contract talks last night failed to produce an agreement.
Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O'Brien says today his office recently sought grand jury indictments for more than 60 people accused of violating state gun laws.
State records show the Ohio government payroll fell to less than 3 billion dollars in 2012 - a 3 percent drop from the previous year.
A Hamilton County judge yesterday blocked the city of Cincinnati's plan to lease its parking operations.
Evidence is mounting that brain injuries in football players go beyond concussions.
The Ohio Senate has passed a bill restricting the time citizen groups have to collect extra petition signatures needed to ensure their issues get before the voters.
Funeral services are scheduled March 17th for 52-year-old Lori McCargish Erp, the former director of the ACME Art Gallery in the Short North.
State lawmakers want to see a new fleet of planes stationed at the Rickenbacker Air Force Base.
The Ohio National Guard plans to cut 47 jobs at the the Springfield Air National Guard Base.
Reynoldsburg city officials say they will hold their annual Fourth of July fireworks display on July 3rd, the same evening Columbus holds its annual display.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman’s Education Commission later this month will explore whether an elected school board is the best way to run the Columbus City Schools.
Cleveland city council member Zach Reed has pleaded not guilty to his third drunken driving charge.
The alleged triggerman in the killings of three men lured to their deaths in Eastern Ohio by bogus on-line job offers told a jury Wednesday he is not guilty.
Residents of Ohio State University's family apartments will have to pay for their parking spaces.
The fugitive last seen taunting authorities from the Ohio State University campus is behind bars in Iowa.
Seven people are recovering from injuries sustained in a crash following a concert last night at the Schottenstein Center.
Cleveland police say they arrested a city council member early this morning for driving drunk. It's the third time Zach Reed has been charged with driving while impaired.