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.
Sales of existing homes rose in the U.S. last month, but fell in central Ohio and statewide.
An Ohio lawmaker is sponsoring a bill created in response to an attack on a baby girl.
Eight people are facing charges for their role in a multi-million-dollar drug operation in Fairfield County.
A Columbus man is facing animal cruelty charges for allegedly leaving his dogs outside of his home in this week's cold weather.
A Columbus woman will serve two years probation for causing a crash in 2012 that killed a motorcyclist.
A former Springboro Schools student entered a not-guilty plea yesterday to charges of shooting a fellow classmate at Purdue University on Tuesday.
An Ohio death row inmate is suing to stop his March execution, alleging the state's capital punishment policy leaves open the chance someone could remain clinically alive after being pronounced dead.
The Ohio Division of Liquor Control says sales rose to a record 898 million dollars last year, up nearly 6 percent from the previous year.
Hamilton County judge Robert Ruehlman has ruled the village of Elmwood Place should wait to refund fines from speeding tickets issued through traffic cameras after its appeal is resolved.
The Groveport Madison school board has approved placing before voters in May a combined 6.18 mill operating levy, a 33 million dollar bond issue and a half-mill permanent-improvements levy.
Air Force One will not be moved from Ohio to the LBJ Presidential Library in Texas.
The decision to delay for a month work on Cincinnati's streetcar project amid a fight over its future could further raise the costs.
The Ohio Supreme Court has declined to take up an appeal filed by a Hocking County man convicted of killing his estranged wife in 2011.
Newark Police are investigating claims of Internet stalking.
Another Columbus motel is out of business after being declared a public nuisance.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman is in Washington D-C, lobbying political party leaders to bring a national convention to the city.
People who want to use a proposed downtown Columbus bus route may have to pay a fare.
Columbus city officials say they do not expect a trickle-down effect from the financial problems of its bike-sharing supplier.
Termination has been recommended for a Columbus firefighter accused of engaging in sexual misconduct while on duty.
Ohio Governor John Kasich has declared a state of emergency due to a shortage of propane.