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.
An attorney says his client plans to plead guilty to charges that he helped enslave and beat a mentally disabled woman and her daughter and steal her pain medication.
Forbes Magazine has named the Columbus Clippers the fourth most valuable minor league team in America.
Columbus Blue Jackets forward Nathan Horton underwent surgery Wednesday to repair a shoulder injury.
Franklin County health officials have confirmed a Legionnaires' Disease outbreak at a Reynoldsburg nursing home.
Interim Ohio State University President Joe Alutto is promising to continue the plans of his predecessor during the search for the school's next leader.
An American Civil Liberties Union report on police departments' increased use of license-plate scanning notes the policy of the State Highway Patrol is more protective of privacy than some others.
Columbus city prosecutors have dropped a criminal charge against former Ohio State linebacker Andy Katzenmoyer.
The Columbus Police Firearms Review Board has cleared three officers of wrongdoing for shooting armed suspects.
A Clintonville teenager is awaiting sentencing for the shooting death of a friend.
A Columbus priest is accused of sexually abusing a child.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman has ordered fire hydrants be opened today and Friday at Beatty Recreation Center, Driving Park, Linden Park and Westgate Park from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
A Delaware County township has reached an 875-thousand dollar legal settlement with a former firefighter who sued over alleged sexual harassment.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says active duty military members and their families are often the target of scams.
The Cleveland man accused of kidnapping three women and holding them in his home for roughly a decade has pleaded not guilty to nearly one thousand criminal charges.
Ohio Governor John Kasich plans to stop in Republican friendly Batavia today to discuss the state budget, as part of a summer tour on the spending plan.
The Capitol Square Reivew and Advisory Board plans to decide today whether to accept a design for a Holocaust memorial to be erected on the Statehouse grounds.
The City of Columbus is expanding its free curbside recycling program to some area businesses.
A former Ohio poll worker has been sentenced to five years in prison for casting illegal ballots in other people's names, including a relative in a coma.
A study conducted by Columbus Public Health shows more than 60 percent of adults in Franklin County are considered overweight or obese.
A federal grand jury has indicted a Kettering man who allegedly crashed his SUV into steel barriers at the White House last month, and jumped a fence.