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.
A Grand Jury has cleared of criminal charges the Columbus police officer who shot and killed a man who reported a burglary at his home last July.
A funeral service is scheduled Saturday for a former Columbus and Athens resident killed while serving as a sheriff's deputy in Missouri.
Fairfield County Sheriff's deputies have charged a Lancaster High School student with inducing panic after an alleged "hit list" was found in an office where student suspensions are served.
Ohio Governor John Kasich is calling for a moment of silence at 9:30 this morning, honoring those who lost their lives in the Connecticut school shootings last week.
The Connecticut school shootings have prompted more debate about whether stronger gun control laws are needed.
Republican U.S. Senator Rob Portman of Ohio says he could be open to new gun restrictions, including the ban on assault weapons he voted against in 1994.
Ohio Governor John Kasich has appointed Judge Judith French of the 10th District Court of Appeals to the Ohio Supreme Court.
Ohio Governor John Kasich says there will be no more bidding wars to keep businesses and jobs in the state.
Delaware County Commissioners are giving a private developer three-million dollars to build roads around the Cabela outdoor retailer's location on Gemini Parkway.
An audit by the Columbus Schools says district officials changed records to make it appear students who were actually in school had withdrawn.
The Marysville School Board last night voted lay off 50 staffers by the end of the year after voters last month rejected a levy.
A former U.S. Postal Service worker in Columbus has pleaded guilty to charges of stealing cash and gift cards from mail at a processing center and assaulting officers.
A former Ohio Department of Education official is charged with tampering with records and forgery involving high school diploma equivalency certifications.
The U.S. House Committee on Ethics says no action is needed on a dismissed public intoxication charge against Ohio Democratic Congressman Tim Ryan.
A January 22nd trial date has been set for Democratic State Representative Clayton Luckie, who stands indicted on 49 charges of theft, corruption and money laundering.
University of Toledo police say a fight between two students sparked the stabbings last night that left one dead and another injured.
Existing home sales in Central Ohio and statewide rose last month, mirroring a national trend.
The Labor Department says the number of first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits rose last week by 17-thousand to a seasonally-adjusted 361-thousand.
A federal judge says today Ohio’s law regulating the ownership of exotic-animals is constitutional.
Columbus Police are searching for a suspect in an early morning shooting on the North side.