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.
State officials say safety has increased under tighter restrictions for owning exotic animals.
A Pennsylvania man will spend more than four years in prison for setting fire to a Marysville church.
Columbus Police say a second suspect has been arrested in the 2005 burning death of a man at a Franklinton home.
A report by the Project on Student Debt shows Ohio students who borrowed for college and earned a bachelor's degree last year graduated with an average of nearly 29-thousand dollars in debt.
State Issue 2 on the November ballot has strong coaltions of supporters and opponents.
Three Franklin County Residents have been charged with voting or attempting to vote twice.
An analysis of absentee ballot requests by a University of Dayton history professor shows a significant shift in Republican enthusiasm since 2008.
More than a million of Ohio's nearly 8 million registered voters have taken steps to cast a ballot.
President Obama held a campaign rally at Ohio University last night, saying he has two daughters and doesn't want them to be paid less for the same job as a man.
Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan says the idea that Mitt Romney would raise taxes on the middle-class is a misperception being spread by negative ads from the Obama campaign.
Bruce Springsteen will join former President Bill Clinton at a rally today in Parma for President Obama's campaign, two days after the second presidential debate.
Two-dozen local school districts received the state's highest honors on this year's report card.
Plans are in the works for a multi-million-dollar facelift at Port Columbus.
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio is allowing Hannibal-based aluminum manufacturer Ormet Corporation to defer electric bill payments for the remainder of the year.
One of the nation's first public housing complexes is being turned to rubble.
Columbus police are investigating a deadly home invasion style robbery attempt on the East side.
State health officials say two more Ohioans have been made ill from fungal meningitis through injections of tainted steroids that were sold by a Massachusetts company.
A New York appeals court has ruled a former high school athlete shot in 2003 in Buffalo may sue the companies that made and distributed the handgun used in the crime.
A Columbus man has been charged with two counts of felonious assault following a weekend shooting.
Ohio's largest casino opened yesterday, nearly three years after voters approved the construction of four casinos in the state.