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 U.S. Chamber of Commerce is criticizing Democratic U.S. Senate incumbents in Ohio and Montana in a new round of tv ads designed to help Republicans gain control of the chamber.
Former Northland High School Athletic Director Ramani Hunter pleaded guilty yesterday to a theft in office charge
Columbus School District officials have closed Brookhaven High School today.
Columbus police are looking for the driver of a van involved in a crash with a COTA bus.
Ohio is getting a federal grant of up to 21.4 million dollars to create temporary jobs to help with cleanup and recovery from severe storms that hit the state in late June and early July.
Masslion police have arrested a woman on charges of with stealing her son's income tax refunds and his U.S. Army paychecks while he was serving in Afghanistan.
Cuayhoga County Prosecutor Bill Mason says he will leave office before his term ends to take a job with a Columbus law firm.
Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney sent Florida Senator Marco Rubio to Columbus yesterday to campaign on his behalf.
President Obama spoke with several supporters yesterday following a speech at Schiller Park in German Village. The supporters said they wanted to hear his position on U.S. trade policy with China.
Columbus Police have now identified the former Franklin County Sheriff's deputy arrested last night for firing multiple shots into the air while drunk.
Westerville Police say the man injured this morning when he was crushed by steel rolls at the Worthington Cylinders plant has died.
Hannibal-based aluminum manufacturer Ormet says it needs deeper discounts from Columbus-based American Electric Power to avoid laying off it's 1-thousand workers.
A judge in the fatal online robbery case is deciding whether to throw out taped statements made to investigators by a teen suspect.
Two former Cleveland politicians say ex-Browns owner Art Modell turned down the city's offer to build a new stadium before he moved the team to Baltimore.
Nearly 200 Ohio National Guard troops returned to Central Ohio yesterday after a year of service in Afghanistan.
State Transportation officials say the ramp from northbound I-71 to eastbound I-670 will close late next week instead of tonight as announced earlier.
A Scioto County man was sentenced Thursday to life in prison for killing a man during a drug deal.
Former University of Cincinnati President Greg Williams will receive nearly 1.3 million dollars from the school during the next two years.
The State Highway Patrol says a tractor-trailer carrying 40-thousand pounds of beer overturned on eastbound I-70 near Springfield yesterday, closing one lane of traffic for more than eight hours.
Columbus Police say a former Franklin County Sheriff's deputy has been arrested for firing multiple shots into the air last night while drunk.