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 Nor'easter hitting the East Coast is forcing the cancellation of flights into and out of Port Columbus from New York and Philadelphia.
Columbus Police have identified the man who died Monday night when he drove his sport-utility vehicle through an East Side duplex.
Columbus Police say a man was killed Wednesday in South Linden in a suspected drug related robbery.
Columbus Police say the driver of an SUV was killed and three passengers sustained non-life-threatening injuries when the vehicle crashed through an East Side duplex last night.
State elections officials say so far, there are no problems with voting today.
Some utility workers dispatched to help repair communities damaged by the remnants of Hurricane Sandy may miss their chance to vote.
An attorney for owners who are suing over Ohio's new law regulating exotic animals says they've reached an agreement with state officials.
A Cleveland woman caught on camera driving on a sidewalk to avoid a school bus will have to stand at an intersection wearing a sign next Tuesday and Wednesday.
Columbus City officials say a bike sharing program should be operating in the downtown area by the middle of next year.
The Canal Winchester School district has hired a new superintendent.
Former Clinton Township fiscal officer Rebecca Christian is now formally charged with stealing more than 100 thousand dollars in township funds.
U.S. Military prosecutors say the soldier accused of killing 16 villagers in Afghanistan returned to his base with the blood of his victims on his rifle, belt, shirt and pants.
The in-person absentee voting period ended yesterday, with nearly 70-thousand people voting early in Franklin County.
Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted is defending an order that places the responsibility of explaining what kind of identification voters use on provisional ballots on the voters themselves.
A federal judge is scheduled to hear a complaint today alleging electronic voting equipment used in some Ohio counties raises the possibility of ballots being altered after they are cast.
Ohio voters go to the polls today.
Both major party presidential candidates say they have legal experts at the ready in case of problems on election night in the swing states.
President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney spoke this morning about the latest job figures.
The National Transportation Safety Board says shoddy welding on propeller shafts is to blame for the fatal crash of a Wright Flyer replica last year.
Northeast Ohio governments are being forced to take a wait-and-see approach when calculating their share of casino tax revenue.