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.
Four people have been charged with enslaving a mentally disabled Ohio woman and her daughter.
Kent State University has won a 1.2 million dollar judgment against former men's basketball coach Geno Ford for leaving in 2011 to become the coach at Bradley.
Florida football coach Will Muschamp says Ohio State University reported the Gators for possible NCAA violations.
The U.S Occupational Safety and Health Administration is reminding Ohioans who work outdoors to take precautions during this week's heat wave.
Columbus police have now identified the 16-year-old boy shot and killed last night at an apartment complex on the Far East side.
The Ohio Department of Transportation says a construction worker was struck and killed on I-270 on the West Side early this morning.
People collecting signatures on a petition aimed at blocking the state's internet cafe law say they have been harassed by opponents hired by Ohio casinos.
Ohio State University has appointed a search committee to seek a successor to former president Gordon Gee.
A man who unfurled a Confederate battle flag at a recent Springboro school board meeting says he was trying to make a point about history.
The Columbus Blue Jackets have signed defenseman David Savard to a one-year, two-way contract.
Ohio Governor John Kasich yesterday signed into law a bill allowing some of the revenue from a planned 9.01 mill Columbus City Schools levy to be shared with charter schools.
Farm workers from Ohio and other states are on Capitol Hill today to speak with Congressional leaders about the dangers posed by pesticides.
Triple-A says Ohio gasoline prices are up this week.
An Ohio National Guard Major currently serving in Kuwait has been indicted in Union County for sexually abusing at least three children in his care.
The Pickerington man who parachuted off an 893-foot broadcast tower on the Ohio State University campus last May has been placed on one year's probation.
Bond is set at 2 thousand dollars for an Ohio State freshman football recruit arrested early Sunday for underage drinking and using a fake ID.
Columbus police say a 16-year-old boy was shot and killed last night at an apartment complex on the Far East Side.
Gahanna City Council has approved putting a one percent income tax increase on the November ballot.
Pilot Flying J has sent checks to trucking companies allegedly shorted on rebates amid an FBI investigation of alleged fraud by the sales staff.
The Ohio Turnpike Commission has approved a plan to raise tolls by 2.7 percent next year, or a minimum of 25 cents.