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.
State officials are charging a Chillicothe bar for helping cause a fatal drunken driving crash.
The Franklin County Board of Elections is leaving its longtime downtown Columbus home.
Four central Ohio hunger-service agencies are teaming up to help feed more families.
State prisons and the environmental officials have launched a composting program to keep more than 600 tons of prison food waste out of the landfill.
Shareholders in Findlay-based Cooper Tire & Rubber have approved the 2.5 billion dollar acquisition of the company by India-based Apollo Tyres.
More than 300 jobs will be lost in the consolidation of a wireless voice and data business that received a tax credit recommended by JobsOhio, the state's privatized nonprofit job creation board.
Cincinnati-based Macy's says it plans to hire 83-hundred workers for the holiday season, a slight increase from last year.
Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam says the federal investigation into his truck stop business has been a humbling experience.
Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar has pleaded not guilty to drunken driving charges.
Ohio Department of Natural Resources officials are advising oil and gas companies to share information on the toxic chemicals they use in fracking with local authorities, including first responders.
Operators of a refinery in Lima are seeking state approval for a 300 million dollar upgrade to refine tar sands from Alberta, Canada.
An investigation by the Newark Advocate shows the state's online registry of repeatedly convicted drunken drivers includes information from half of the counties in the state.
Columbus taxpayers will pick up more of the costs associated with the Presidents Cup golf matches being held at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin this week.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources will re-open the historic home of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Louis Bromfield on Saturday, after several months of renovations and restoration.
A Greyhound bus driver is facing charges for allegedly causing a crash that sent nearly three-dozen people to hospitals.
A high school student in Licking County has pleaded not guilty to delinquency counts of threatening to open fire inside of his school.
Funeral services are scheduled Saturday in Dayton for an original member of the Tuskegee Airmen.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority says ridership has risen slightly so far this year.
The Franklin County Children Services board has voted to raise the pay of director Chip Spinning by 14 percent.
The union representing roughly one thousand Columbus custodians working in downtown office buildings says members have gone back to work after a one-day strike.