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.
Columbus police have arrested a man and a teen boy for the December fatal shooting of a local man.
A high school coach in Marion County is scheduled to appear in court today to face charges of having inappropriate contact with a teen boy.
Bond is set at 50 thousand dollars for an Ohio University professor arrested and placed on leave for allegedly downloading child pornography.
Bond is set at 2 million dollars each for the two men charged in the shooting death of a South Linden woman.
The Great Lakes are almost completely covered with ice for the first time in 20 years.
A proposed state constitutional amendment designed to protect voter rights has hit a snag.
Republican Ohio House Speaker Bill Batchelder says Republican State Representative Peter Beck has agreed to resign as chair of the House Ways and Means Committee following a new 53 count corruption indictment.
Ohio Governor John Kasich campaigned in Cleveland last night, speaking at a Cuayhoga County GOP fundraising dinner.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald is trying to tap into the frustration of local government officials.
23 thousand newly eligible low-income Ohioans enrolled in Medicaid last month, as part of an expansion of the program promoted by Governor John Kasich.
The Ohio Senate has approved a measure banning the sale of electronic cigarettes to minors.
Gay rights advocates want to overturn the 2004 voter-approved state constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage.
The city of Cleveland has reinstated its appeals process for drivers who challenge traffic camera tickets.
State Auditor David Yost is investigating three charter school sponsors following a string of closures.
Banks repossessed 4 percent fewer U.S. homes in January as compared with December.
The Labor Department says the number of Ohioans filing first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits rose by nearly 18 hundred last week, due to layoffs in manufacturing.
Advocates for solar power say the industry created nearly 38 hundred jobs in Ohio last year, a 31 percent increase over 2012 and the eighth highest total in the nation.
Energy efficiency advocates are battling a resolution in the Ohio General Assembly that could change the standards used in the design of public buildings.
Cancer patients across the country will now have access to a drug tested at Ohio State University.
An Ohio University professor is on leave after being charged with downloading child pornography.