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 man charged in a January slaying has been extradited from Scioto County.
The Ohio Historical Society says it's prepared to take legal action against individuals who vandalized the historic Serpent Mound.
The Labor Department says the number of applications for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio fell by 12-hundred last week due to fewer layoffs in manufacturing.
Honda of America says it will expand its plants in Anna and Russels Point Ohio, creating 200 new jobs.
Navistar International says it is closing a truck plant in Texas and transferring 300 jobs to its plant in Springfield.
Cedarville University President William Brown says he will resign in June.
The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati has temporarily halted an attempt by voter advocates to expand the conditions under which provisional ballots are counted.
The Ohio Association of Elections Officials says if the presidential race comes down to counting the state's votes, it could be a long wait to determine a winner.
The newly formed board created by Ohio's law on exotic animals has set temporary rules for cage sizes and caretaking.
Columbus police say they have arrested a woman for allegedly killing a man and wounding a woman at the suspect's South side apartment on Tuesday.
A proposal for 198-foot wind turbine near Lake Erie is worrying birders about the effects on bald eagles and migratory birds that gather in the marshes and woods in Ottawa County twice a year.
State health officials have confirmed a 14th case of fungal meningitis linked to recalled steroid injections for back pain.
A Marion couple says they were robbed at their home twice yesterday within five minutes.
A Franklin County judge has ruled a man who spent seven years on death row for committing two murders in 1984 was wrongfully imprisoned.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is in the Dayton area today, urging supporters to help victims of the stormy weather.
Schools, cities, counties, townships and libraries must make payments to the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation.
Vice President Joe Biden and former President Bill Clinton have criticized GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney for saying Chrysler is shifting Jeep production from Ohio to China.
The State Health Department says two more fungal meningitis cases have been reported, bring Ohio's total to 13 illnesses linked to recalled steroid injections for back pain.
Columbus firefighters are investigating the cause of a home explosion on the East side.
A 15-year-old Bellefontaine boy missing since Thursday has been found dead in an apparent hit-and run incident.