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 Columbus police detective has been suspended for a week for using drugs.
A Delaware County man was sentenced to 29 years in prison today for killing a woman in an alcohol-fueled crash.
Columbus police have now released the name of the man who was shot and wounded by an officer early this morning on the West side.
The state is scrapping plans to require Ohioans to replace their vehicle license plates every seven years and replace the gold-lined and bicentennial red,white and blue plates.
Ohio's attorney general has announced an agreement with a Springfield bingo club to settle allegations of illegal gambling activity.
Alex Tanguay scored in overtime to lift visiting Calgary over the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-3 last night in a battle of Western Conference cellar-dwellers.
Future Ohio Unversity students could have their tuition rate frozen.
The Franklin County Clerk of Courts says foreclosure filings fell in January for the sixth time in the last seven months.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has permanently revoked the operating permits of two companies being investigated for the illegal dumping of up to 20-thousand gallons of fracking wastewater down a Youngstown municipal storm drain.
The State Highway Patrol today graduates the first of two overlapping classes of cadets in a move expected to increase the patrol's personnel.
Columbus Fire officials say a man died last night after trying to save a child from a pond at an apartment complex near Eastland Mall.
14 people have submitted the necessary paperwork to run for three Columbus School Board seats in November, setting up a possible primary election in May. Jim Letizia reports.
Ohio Governor John Kasich's plan to tax the services of attorneys, lobbyists and accountants faces a host of hurdles.
State health officials say a 71-year-old Hamilton County woman is Ohio's 20th confirmed case linked to a fungal meningitis outbreak caused by recalled steroid injections for back pain.
The American Civil Liberties Union and the Freedom From Religion Foundation are asking a federal judge to order the removal of a portrait of Jesus from the entranceway at Jackson Middle School.
State officials are looking to save money by privatizing prison food service.
Columbus drivers are seeing and reporting fewer potholes in the city.
Today marks the 14th anniversary of the disapperance of a Kettering girl.
The Labor Department says the number of weekly applications for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio fell by nearly 26-hundred last week due to fewer layoffs in manufacturing.
Columbus-based Limited Brands and Cincinnati-based Macy's are among the major retailers reporting strong January sales figures, as shoppers took advantage of clearance sales.