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. Census Bureau says two central Ohio counties led the state in births last year.
Columbus fire officials say one firefighter sustained minor injuries early this morning when the ceiling of a North side home that was on on fire fell on top of him.
Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs says the division is reviewing 3 thousand DNA test results from mid-2009 through last September because reporting procedures were not always followed.
The State Highway Patrol says three teenagers were killed Wednesday when their car ran off Ridge Road in Clark County's Springfield Township and struck a tree.
The alleged leader of the Short North Posse gang has pleaded guilty to multiple charges.
The Ohio House has approved a bill requiring business and individual taxpayers to be notified of overpayments.
Athens County Commissioners today plan to appoint a temporary replacement for suspended Sheriff Pat Kelly, who has been indicted in a corruption case.
Columbus Public Health officials say a dozen more Ohio State University students and one staffer have been added to the list of people infected with mumps, bringing the total number of cases to 82.
Some landlords in Chillicothe are protesting the city's plan to make them pay to clean up their tenants' drug labs.
Hocking County Sheriff's deputies have ruled the weekend deaths of two people in their home a murder-suicide.
The State Highway Patrol trooper charged with causing a crash in the Short North while driving drunk last month is out of work.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency now says more than 20 thousand gallons of crude oil leaked from a pipeline into the Glen Oak Nature Preserve near Colerain on March 18th.
A former Youngstown wastewater-company executive has pleaded guilty to federal Clean Water Act violations in the dumping of thousands of gallons of fracking wastewater into that city's storm sewer system.
The Columbus Crew says team president Mark McCullers is resigning effective April 30th.
It will cost Columbus taxpayers more to dump their trash and collect their recyclables this year.
Colerain Township fire officials say a 5-inch oil pipeline crack caused more than 10 thousand gallons of crude to leak into Oak Glen Nature Preserve.
A preliminary investigation into the cause of a series of fatal Ohio Turnpike crashes earlier this month blames drivers' speeds, road conditions and weather.
Former Ohio State University football coach Jim Tressel has applied to become interim president of the University of Akron.
Sales of existing homes fell last month on the local, state and national levels.
Columbus Public Health officials have confirmed five more cases of mumps at Ohio State University, bringing the total to 37.