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 City of Columbus has set aside nearly 1.4 million dollars to help low-income homeowners make repairs.
Police today shot and killed a man they say was responsible for a pair of early morning shootings in Groveport and Grove City.
State officials say Ohio's unemployment rate was 7.5 percent in October, an increase of a tenth of a point from September and two tenths of a point from August.
Ohio State University crews are searching for a leak in Mirror Lake.
Montgomery County has some of the dirtiest air in Ohio, while the air in central Ohio is within federal pollution limits.
A judge has given the owners of a dilapidated apartment complex on the North side until the end of the year to repair several problems uncovered by Columbus code inspectors.
Columbus police have identified the man whose body was found Thursday inside of an apartment on the Southeast side.
A Pickaway County man escaped injury yesterday after an explosion leveled his home.
Columbus police say the driver of a car is hospitalized in critical condition following a wrong-way crash last night on I-71 north near Weber Road.
Six veterans posts and fraternal organizations has rejected the state's offer of new gaming machines to replace ones that have been deemed illegal.
Marysville officials say the new City Hall building will open today.
Columbus State Community College trustees have approved a 2.5 percent tuition increase for next year.
Classes at Muskingum University are scheduled to resume today after the school evacuated its New Concord campus and residence halls following a bomb threat.
New Albany-based retailer Abercrombie & Fitch says third quarter sales fell by more than 100 million to just over 1 billion dollars.
Athens County Sheriff's deputies say they have found evidence of a new, deadly drug on the streets.
Health officials in the Miami Valley are warning the public about a new synthetic drug.
Hundreds of medical and law enforcement personnel attended a day-long summit Thursday in Cleveland on the area's rapidly growing heroin problem.
Majority Republicans in the state legislature have passed a resolution calling for a Constitutional Convention to create a federal balanced budget amendment.
A three judge panel of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati has rejected appeals by a Chicago doctor sentenced to four life terms stemming from the painkiller overdose deaths of four patients.
Ohio Inspector General Randall Meyer says the state department of taxation has failed to return more than 30 million dollars in business tax refunds to companies that properly requested the money.