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.
Both major party presidential candidates say they have legal experts at the ready in case of problems on election night in the swing states.
President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney spoke this morning about the latest job figures.
The National Transportation Safety Board says shoddy welding on propeller shafts is to blame for the fatal crash of a Wright Flyer replica last year.
Northeast Ohio governments are being forced to take a wait-and-see approach when calculating their share of casino tax revenue.
Dublin police say Jerome High School has been evacuated after a threat was emailed to the school this morning.
A former U.S. President was in Ohio Thursday, stumping for the current leader of the free world. Jim Letizia Reports.
Mitt Romney's wife, Ann, headlined a "Women for Mitt" rally yesterday at the Aladdin Shrine center in Columbus,
As the major party presidential candidates have come through Ohio, their paths have crossed with the candidates in the US Senate race.
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka says 128-thousand volunteers will knock on doors, make phone calls, and mail fliers for President Obama and other union-friendly candidates during the final days before the election.
A Hamilton County jury has found a man not guilty of disorderly conduct after he asked people in a Cincinnati park if they wanted to laugh at a "crippled girl."
Denison University has chosen a new president.
Two people, including a teenager, have been arrested for their roles in last night's fatal East side shooting.
Four people have been arrested in connection with the death of a Marion man.
42 people are facing charges after a roundup of drug suspects in Franklin County.
A Columbus man charged in a January slaying has been extradited from Scioto County.
The Ohio Historical Society says it's prepared to take legal action against individuals who vandalized the historic Serpent Mound.
The Labor Department says the number of applications for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio fell by 12-hundred last week due to fewer layoffs in manufacturing.
Honda of America says it will expand its plants in Anna and Russels Point Ohio, creating 200 new jobs.
Navistar International says it is closing a truck plant in Texas and transferring 300 jobs to its plant in Springfield.
Cedarville University President William Brown says he will resign in June.