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.
Plans to honor Ohio Players frontman Leroy "Sugarfoot" Bonner with a tribute concert are being scrapped.
Columbus Public Health officials say 100 cases of a new strain of norovirus have been reported since November, and there are likely more undiagnosed cases.
The Cleveland police union wants police chief Michael McGrath to resign in the wake of a critical state report blaming a lack of leadership for a fatal chase.
The National Hockey League has fined Columbus Blue Jackets forward Brandon Dubinsky the maximum 10-thousand dollars for boarding Los Angeles defenseman Rob Scuderi in Tuesday's game.
Voters on Tuesday approved two fire levies in Delaware County.
The Marysville-based Scotts company reports a first quarter loss of nearly 68 million dollars compared with a loss of nearly 74 million during the same period a year ago.
Officials at the Columbus casino say they'll remove 500 slot machines this month and replace them with six poker tables.
More surveillance cameras will be installed around the Ohio State University campus.
A Delaware County man is awaiting sentencing for killing a woman in an alcohol-fueled crash.
State officials have completed their investigation of a Cleveland police chase that ended with 1 latino and 12 white officers firing 137 rounds, killing two African-Americans -- Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams.
The Ohio Travel Association says Springfield will host the annual Conference on Tourism in 2014, beating out Cincinnati and other cities.
Troy fire officials say a Westerville man died Saturday in a fire that started while he was working on a car with his step-brother.
Wyandot County Sheriff's deputies say three people were killed and one was injured in an overnight fire in apartments above an antique store in the town of Harpster.
Columbus Police say a 14-year-old boy faces delinquency charges for allegedly shooting and killing a man at a Southeast side apartment complex late last night.
Governor John Kasich's two year state budget plan proposes expanding Medicaid services, a move that would give 365-thousand poor people access to health care.
Columbus City Council last night approved the new city budget.
A three judge panel of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati has reversed a judge's decision to dismiss a civil rights lawsuit involving the city of Columbus and two police officers.
Bond is set at 10-thousand dollars for the Columbus landlord jailed last week for failing to follow a judge's order to sell his rental properties.
A Franklin County judge has ordered a Whitehall School Board member to pay a 3-hundred dollar fine for carrying a concealed handgun without a permit in a city park last August.
Columbus police have released the name of the officer who shot and wounded a man after a traffic stop on the North Side last Saturday.