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.
A Lockbourne man has been sentenced to 27 years in prison for masterminding a murder-for-hire plot targeting his ex-wife.
Ohio School Board president Debe Terhar says her characterization of Ohio native Toni Morrison's Book "The Bluest Eye" as "pornographic" was a personal opinion not a board position.
Nearly non-existent voter turnout is leading to calls to scrap Cincinnati's non-partisan mayoral primary.
Two more Medina School Board members plan to resign following a public dispute over the superintendent's contract and payments of more than 250 thousand dollars for his college loans.
The union representing a Columbus arson investigator is appealing the 80 hour suspension he served last month for ordering a motorist out of a car at gunpoint and putting him in handcuffs.
A Columbus police officer has been placed on desk duty pending the outcome of an internal investigation into allegations he verbally assaulted a woman and held her at gunpoint.
A Columbus police sergeant is scheduled for arraignment Friday after being charged with drunken driving.
Delaware County health officials say a Lewis Center resident recently contracted Lyme Disease after being bitten by a blacklegged tick.
Teays Valley school officials are investigating a threat left in a high school's bathroom.
Columbus code inspectors are investigating the cause of a building collapse last night.
Former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland says he's looking forward to his new position as one of the alternate representatives to the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly.
Plans are in the works for an educational farm in Gahanna.
Pennsylvania-based Aramark tells state officials it will close its East Columbus facility in November, cutting 70 jobs.
Dublin City Council has approved nearly 100-thousand dollars in tax breaks and grants for Japan-based G-TEKT North America to build a research and development office in that city.
Reynoldsburg-based R.G. Barry has received a buyout offer from a private-investment firm that wants to take the publicly-held company private.
Bond is set at 50 thousand dollars for a Utica woman charged with falsely claiming her son has cancer in order to pick up money from donations.
Ohio State University has issued a crime alert after a burglary yesterday at a home on West Maynard Avenue.
A Franklin County judge has set bond at 5 million dollars for a teen charged with killing another teen in January.
The union representing Ohio prison guards says the two corrections officers placed on leave during investigations into the suicide of Cleveland kidnapper and rapist Ariel Castro did nothing wrong.
The Powell man who confessed in an online video to causing a fatal wrong-way crash on I-670 in June after a night of heavy drinking will plead guilty in the case next week.