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 State Highway Patrol says a 4-year-old Columbus child fell out of a van and died Thursday in Union County after he was run over by his father.
A Medina County Amish couple who fled with their 11-year-old leukemia-stricken daughter so she would not be forced to get chemotherapy is appealing a county court order to appoint a guardian to make medical decisions for her.
Pickaway County Sheriff's deputies say a suspect fatally hanged himself inside the county jail on Tuesday.
Columbus fire officials are searching for the cause of an early morning blaze at a West side home.
West Liberty police say two teenage girls are in custody after leading officers on a 20 mile chase in a stolen car early this morning.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says the Ohio Lottery's plan to replace illegal video raffle machines with new gambling devices at veterans posts and fraternal lodges is unconstitutional.
A strategist for a clean-energy initiative headed toward the statewide ballot says it's a nonpartisan measure driven by a group of concerned Ohio citizens.
At this time last year, Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman was already talking about 2013 as a year when the community would join hands to improve education.
Logan police are investigating Wednesday evening's apparent murder and attempted suicide near a strip mall.
Columbus fire officials say a faulty light bulb is to blame for a fire at a North side paint factory yesterday.
Whitehall police say they found a man shot and killed in his condo on Christmas Eve.
25 Ohio prisoner advocates and friends and family members of longtime inmates protested on Christmas Day outside of the state parole board in downtown Columbus.
Funeral services are pending for long time major league player and Cleveland Indians broadcaster Mike Hegan, who died Wednesday at the age of 71.
A former New Albany physician has been sentenced to more than 36 years in prison for raping and killing Pataskala who died after receiving a fatal heroin overdose.
The Ohio Parole Board today recommended the Governor not grant clemency to a death row inmate convicted of raping and killing a pregnant Preble County woman in 1989.
Ohio's unemployment rate was 7.4 percent in November, down a tenth of a percentage point from October, but six tenths of a point above the seasonally adjusted jobless rate in November of last year.
A Franklin County judge is allowing veterans and fraternal posts to continue operating electronic raffle machines while their lawsuit against Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine proceeds.
A Cleveland woman convicted of killing her 3-year-old son after first saying he disappeared at a park has been sentenced to 30 years to life in prison.
Two Bedford city officials are facing criminal charges in connection with a brothel police recently shut down.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says 55 percent of companies that got state tax breaks in 2012 met requirements to retain and create jobs.