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 United Way of Greater Cleveland is yanking its support from the local Boy Scout council.
The Ohio Supreme Court says juvenile courts may issue temporary visitation rights to parents who have no blood relation to a child.
State child welfare officials are launching a one million dollar study to determine whether anti-psychotic drugs are being over-prescribed for kids on Medicaid, especially those in foster care.
A physician and advocate for clean air is in Cleveland today to talk with college students about the adverse health effects of emissions from coal-fired power plants.
A Columbus man is facing charges for his alleged role in a murder.
Work is underway to eliminate sewer gas odors in downtown Columbus.
Governor John Kasich has signed a package of bills that supporters say shore up Ohio's five public pension funds.
Two Delaware County sheriff's deputies and a State Highway Patrol trooper have pleaded not guilty to charges that they improperly dealt with an intoxicated man who was later hit and killed by a car.
Franklin County Sheriff's deputies say a county jail inmate is hospitalized after hanging himself in his cell last week.
A woman has pleaded guilty in Muskingum County to charges of killing another woman who was found raped and covered in burns with a rope around her neck along side a rural road.
The owner of Victoria's Secret is under fire for some Asian-inspired lingerie that some have deemed offensive.
During his Ohio Campaign swing on Wednesday, GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney told NBC his Massachusetts health care law is evidence that he has empathy for ordinary Americans.
Westerville South High School and a Bedford Heights manufacturing plant were two of the three stops GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney made in Ohio yesterday.
President Obama courted the student vote yesterday during campaign stops at Bowling Green State and Kent State universities.
President Obama begins airing a two-minute television appeal in Ohio and six other states today.
Ohio State University President Gordon Gee has spent 7.7 million dollars on top of his record-setting compensation to travel, entertain, and maintain his 96-hundred square-foot mansion.
Bond is set at 100-thousand dollars for the man Columbus Police have dubbed "The Hilltop Creeper."
Conservative lobbyist Ralph Reed says his Faith and Freedom Coalition is sending out over 51-million copies of its voters guide to people in Ohio and three other Presidential battleground states.
The deadline for Ohioans to register to vote in the November election is October 9th.
A memorial service is expected later this week for a former Ohio State football player who died suddenly at his Westerville home.