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.
Experts in urban education spoke at the Columbus Metropolitan Club yesterday on the challenges facing large public schools.
Representatives of the local taxicab industry told Columbus City Council last night proposed changes to the vehicle for hire codes are long overdue and can be beneficial to everyone involved.
Cleveland's historic West Side Market is closed until further notice after fire damaged some inside stalls on Wednesday.
The Franklin County Grand Jury has indicted a Columbus man in connection with last year's death of a tow-truck driver on the North Side.
Franklin County officials say a report calling for dozens of new hires in the sheriff's department is at best incomplete.
The Greater Columbus Sports Commission says the city has been awarded the 2015 Gay Softball World Series.
A Franklin County judge has ordered a psychological evaluation for one of two teenagers charged in the shooting death of a Linden-McKinley STEM Academy student on January 17th.
A former employee at the Jackson Hewitt Tax Service office in Columbus has pleaded guilty to her role in a tax-fraud conspiracy.
A former Morrow village police officer is being arraigned in Warren County today on charges of stealing 46-hundred dollars from a charity event for a fallen sheriff's deputy.
Dublin city officials say they have plans for some Scioto riverfront property.
The Delaware County community of Orange Township is cutting back on its police protection.
A state lawmaker is under investigation for his role in a shady investment deal.
Public Utilities Commission of Ohio chair Todd Snitchler (SNIHCH'-lur) has ties to a group behind model legislation that would repeal states' renewable energy requirements.
Ohio Department of Transportation crews are back working on the Columbus Crossroads project.
Marion police say they are investigating an apparent abduction as a domestic assault.
A Federal District Judge in Columbus has scheduled a May hearing on claims for damages against a former Somali military colonel who left the U.S. while facing civil allegations of torturing a human rights advocate.
London police are investigating the apparent suicide of an 11-year-old girl whose parents say she was bullied.
January is Stalking Awareness Month in Ohio.
Columbus City Council last night approved a tax break for a local company, and legislation removing the residential use restrictions on the old Ohio School For The Deaf on East Town Street.
The Ohio Business Roundtable is urging Governor John Kasich to push hard on education changes in his state budget plan.