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 Ohio House has approved a bill designed to give school districts more flexibility in making up calamity days.
The President of the Ohio Senate has taken an unusual step to make sure the so-called "Heartbeat" abortion bill does not come up for a vote during the lame duck session.
A Pickaway County man will serve ten days in jail and two years of probation for decapitating a puppy and neglecting seven other animals.
Two Developers are teaming up to build an outlet mall off I-71 in Delaware County.
Ohio Governor John Kasich is scheduled to meet today with college leaders to unveil new higher education funding recommendations.
Lorain County Prosecutor Dennis Will says a death row inmate trying to delay his execution because he's obese is now raising an innocence claim.
Arena District business owners could get some help from the federal government to offset losses from the ongoing NHL lockout.
Pickaway County Sheriff's Deputies are looking for a person of interest in Thursday's shaken-baby syndrome death of a ten-month-old boy.
Lancaster fire officials are searching for the cause of a blaze that destroyed three cottages at the Lancaster Camp Ground last night and damaged two others.
A candlelight vigil was held last night to remember the 3-year-old Cleveland boy allegedly killed by his mother.
Franklin County elections officials have upheld passage of the New Albany-Plain Local Schools levy on election night.
Columbus police are searching for suspects after a man suspected of stealing tires was beaten with a tire iron and shot early this morning.
A Franklin County Sheriff's special deputy is charged with drunken driving.
The Labor Department says the number of applications for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio fell last week by 1-thousand.
Major retailers are reporting weak sales in November as a strong Thanksgiving weekend failed to to fully offset the slow start to the month caused by Superstorm Sandy.
The Ohio Senate Rules Committee today shut down an effort to force a vote on legislation that would impose the most stringent abortion restrictions in the nation.
Mason Plumlee had 21 points and a career-high-tying 17 rebounds, to rally second ranked Duke from a first half deficit and beat the fourth ranked OSU men's basketball team 73-68 last night in North Carolina.
Ohio Senate President Tom Niehaus says there will not be a vote during the lame-duck session on an abortion bill.
The Sunland peanut butter plant in New Mexico has laid off a third of its 150 workers
The Columbus Downtown Commission has approved plans for a low-rise apartment building at Rich and High streets.