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.
Columbus police have filed charges against a man who was shot after he allegedly robbed a father on the Hilltop last week.
School board members in the Northeast Ohio town of Poland have agreed to spend up to 80-thousand dollars to bolster security at school buildings.
An Urbana teenager is facing a felony charge for allegedly making a threat against her school on Monday.
The Cleveland Browns are selling the naming rights for their taxpayer funded stadium to Akron-based FirstEnergy.
The Cleveland chapter of the NAACP has a new leader for the first time in two decades.
Two former Central Ohio educators are being disciplined for having inappropriate contact with students.
A Licking County firefighter is in the hospital after a blaze at a heating and cooling business.
There appears to be no end in sight to the parking shortage in Italian Village.
A trucking company is creating new jobs in downtown Columbus.
Central Ohio could be home to the next generation of U.S. Air Force aircraft.
Construction is scheduled to begin this month on a major natural gas pipeline overhaul in Upper Arlington.
A Texas-based company wants to use river barges to move its potentially toxic wastewater in Ohio, but federal officials must first decide whether it's safe.
Ohio State University says new rule requiring sophomore students to live on campus will improve graduation and retention rates.
Public Utilities Commission of Ohio chair Todd Snitchler has used his Twitter account to steadily criticize solar, wind and renewable energy and to question global climate change.
Lifecare Alliance is holding a flu shot clinic today from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the agency's event center on Harmon Avenue.
The Ohio Supreme Court today ordered the Delaware County Board of Elections to place the Orange Township fire levy on the February ballot.
Officials in Marion have issued a boil water advisory after a water main break forced the closing of several schools today.
The American Petroleum Institute estimates Ohio's natural gas boom could bring over four billion dollars in revenue to the state over the next several years.
Among those nominated for an Academy Award is a 1970 graduate of Urbana High School.
The Columbus Division of Fire says there will be more paramedics on duty when the community needs them most.