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 Humane Society of the United States is praising Dublin-based Wendy's for requiring quarterly progress reports from hog suppliers who move away from the use of gestation stalls.
Powell police are warning residents about a telephone scam accusing people of missing jury duty.
The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections has agreed to reimburse Pickaway County taxpayers the 11 hundred dollar cost of the autopsy of Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro.
Ohio's Republican and Democratic parties are facing complaints they were too aggressive in pushing out challengers in the gubernatorial race.
Initial reviews of an execution in which an inmate repeatedly gasped found no reason to change the way the state carries out executions.
A Franklin County grand jury has decided not to indict a Columbus police sergeant who shot and killed a suicidal woman on October 25th.
The Ohio Supreme Court is reminding judges conditions are limited under which they may jail an offender for failure to pay fines.
Funeral arrangements are pending for one of Cincinnati's civil rights pioneers.
A Lucas County judge says Toledo police should keep a 24 hour watch over the building where two firefighters died last month.
Franklin County Sheriff's deputies are investigating the Tuesday night shooting death of a driver-for-hire who was killed during a suspected robbery attempt.
Two Marysville High School students are being accused of plotting a school shooting.
A Columbus man has been sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of causing injuries to his infant son that led to the child's death 10 months later.
The Columbus Board of Education has narrowed the list of finalists to fill the seat vacated by former president Carol Perkins , who abruptly stepped down last month.
Columbus school district officials say bomb threats made against Woodward Park Middle School were received Monday and today.
The company proposing to put a second fracking wastewater well in the Athens County community of Troy Township will make its case to the Ohio Oil and Gas Commission.
Gun rights advocates supporting a plan to let Ohio hunters use silencers have given 20 state lawmakers or their aides a first-person look at the devices.
An Akron-based company is apologizing to Cleveland Browns fans after criticizing the team on social media during the Super Bowl.
Taxi drivers in Columbus want intoxicated riders to pay for cleaning up the vehicles.
28 people have applied to fill the remaining term of Columbus School Board member Carol Perkins.
The Franklin County Board of Elections has rejected an attempt by a local group to get voters in May to stop the city of Columbus from making its payments on Nationwide Arena.