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 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.
The Ohio Tax Credit Authority has approved tax breaks for a handful of companies who say they plan to create jobs and invest 51 million dollars in the state.
The Ohio Department of Commerce has returned millions of dollars in unclaimed funds to a northeast Ohio city in what it says is the largest such payment in state history.
State and Columbus city snow plows are working today to try and keep the streets clear.
The Pickaway County Sheriff's Office says a 1-year-old girl was killed Thursday morning near Circleville when her grandmother's SUV struck a guardrail and rolled over several times.
Columbus police say the death of a man whose body was found late Monday night in a Sullivant Avenue parking lot is no longer considered a homicide.
Former Democratic State Representative Clayton Luckie sought nearly 15-hundred dollars in mileage reimbursement from the state while under criminal investigation.
The Groveport-Madison school board has approved placing a five year, 5.5 million dollar emergency levy on the May ballot.
Columbus police are expected to attend the funeral of a murdered Linden-McKinley STEM Academy student.
Officials at Columbus-based Huntington Bank are investigating problems with their online banking system.
Columbus State Community College trustees voted yesterday to shave 17-million-dollars from the school budget.