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.
Existing home sales declined in May in central Ohio for the fifth straight month.
More than 700 people attended yesterday's funeral of a U.S. soldier from Ohio killed in what the Pentagon says was a friendly fire air strike in Afghanistan.
The case of a 16-year-old Columbus girl charged with stabbing and killing another teen was moved yesterday from juvenile to adult court.
Columbus city leaders yesterday submitted the city's bid to host the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
As Republicans and Democrats vie to attract their 2016 national political conventions to Ohio, a third party's convention will be held in Columbus from Thursday through Sunday.
The University of Dayton says it will begin divesting coal and fossil fuels from its 670 million dollar investment portfolio, hoping to spark discussion about how the use of fossil fuels affects global climate change.
Groups of Native American activists plan to take the Cleveland Indians to court.
The FBI says 16 Ohio children victimized through prostitution were rescued as part of a law enforcement operation targeting child sex trafficking.
Columbus City Council tonight is expected to approve legislation setting aside 1.5 million dollars to remove and replace more ash trees as part of the fight against the Emerald Ash Borer Beetle.
June is National Pride Month, and Columbus' annual Gay Pride Festival opens this afternoon at Goodale Park. A host of events are scheduled through tomorrow night.
Residents of some areas along Lake Erie say the mayflies that have been slower to show up this year have finally arrived.
The Lucas County Republican and Democratic parties have appointed three people to fill vacancies on the Board of Elections.
The Cleveland police officer charged with voluntary manslaughter for his role in a deadly chase and shootout wants a judge to issue a gag order on information about his case.
Ohio's unemployment rate dropped again in May.
Youngstown State University trustees have approved a contract for new school president and former Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel.
Columbus tourism officials are marketing the city as more than a place to visit.
Traffic will be moving again today through a busy intersection in Powell.
Columbus' Juneteenth Festival returns this weekend amid increased security.
A new study finds the number of uninsured Columbus residents will decline under the Affordable Care Act.
A West Virginia woman has been arrested and is awaiting extradition following her indictment in Franklin County in connection with the April 25th shooting death of a man on the Hilltop.