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 Ohio House has passed a bill requiring training and certification for a new group of professionals who will be available to guide consumers through the new health insurance exchange.
A Columbus man will go before a judge today, facing charges in a crash that killed a five-year-old boy.
Grove City Police are investigating a psychologist in the South-Western school district after a former student said she had a sexual relationship with him.
The Ohio Supreme Court has found the state Department of Natural Resources in contempt for defying a 2011 order to compensate 87 Mercer County landowners for flood damage.
Legislative Democrats say Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted has not complied with provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 involving the handling of provisional ballots.
The Ohio House has approved a measure banning Internet cafes that offer computer games that operate like slot machines with cash prizes.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating a stock sale by Columbus-based Big Lots.
The late civil rights leader Fred Shuttlesworth and journalist Nicholas Kristof are the eighth and ninth people to be honored by The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati for promoting freedom and human rights.
An airborne virus is being blamed for the deaths of two dozen cats at the Knox County Humane Society shelter.
A Federal judge has ruled in favor of allowing the Humane Society of the United States to join the state in defending Ohio's new law regulating exotic animals.
A Madison County man was sentenced Monday to eight years in prison for collecting more than 177-thousand images of child pornography on his home computer.
Columbus Police say a man was killed early this morning after a fight inside of a bar and grill on the Far East Side.
Columbus City Council last night approved spending 150-thousand dollars to settle a 2010 sexual-harassment lawsuit involving Franklin County Municipal Court Judge Harland Hale.
State wildlife officials say hunters killed nearly 87-thousand deer during Ohio's week-long gun season that ended Monday.
Republican Ohio Senate President Tom Niehaus says the so-called "Heartbeat Bill" is dead in the lame-duck session of the legislature.
A federal judge is threatening to permanently dismiss a lawsuit filed by Ohio and four other Great Lakes states over threats posed by the Asian carp.
Ohio is beefing up its investigations into the source of drugs or alcohol suspected of being the cause of serious or fatal wrecks.
Licking Heights school officials are making good on a promise to cut busing after voters rejected a levy last month.
Athens Police say a 19-year-old Ohio University student is hospitalized in Columbus with critical injuries sustained last night after jumping nearly 40 feet from a campus bridge.
Plans are in the works to preserve part of the Poindexter Village housing complex.