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.
Some of Ohio's top attorneys and legal scholars are backing a redistricting amendment on the November ballot.
Ohio State University trustees are scheduled to vote today a plan to build new dormitories for sophomores.
Columbus Police have arrested a homeless man on charges of killing a woman who allowed him to live in her Victorian Village home.
Authorities have arrested a Northeast Ohio man on charges of attempting to abduct a Capital University co-ed from campus on Wednesday.
The Columbus Metropolitan Library board has voted to eliminate daily fines for overdue books.
Nearly four-dozen Ohio National Guard medics returned home Thursday after serving a year in Afghanistan.
A man has been sentenced to 92 years in prison for last year's shooting at a Youngstown State University fraternity house that left one man dead and 11 others wounded.
A Columbus police officer is recovering from injuries sustained last night in an incident on the south side.
A former Bowling Green State University football player is suing the school, head coach Dave Clawson and team trainers
Ashtabula County Sheriff's deputies say a requirement that people show identification when they buy an over-the-counter cold medication sparked a large raid of methamphetamine labs.
Many of the nation's retailers are reporting strong sales gains for August.
A state law passed in the spring takes effect on Friday, making Ohio the 39th state to ban texting while driving.
Capital University has issued an alert following a pair of crimes near campus.
A Hocking county judge has ordered a change of venue for the trial of the alleged mastermind of his daughter-in-law's murder.
The Ohio Department of Education's associate superintendent is resigning as officials investigate whether school districts improperly manipulated attendance and enrollment data.
Columbus police are investigating a murder in Victorian Village.
A ballot issue targeting a tax hike in Westerville is being challenged.
The Labor Department says the number of claims for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio fell last week by nearly 14-hundred.
Republican U.S. Senator Rob Portman of Ohio will be helping Mitt Romney prepare for his debates with President Obama this fall.
A Democratic super PAC supporting President Obama is releasing a new TV ad in Ohio and three other battleground states, aiming to undermine Republican Mitt Romney's appeals to middle-class workers.