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 National Insurance Crime Bureau says Ohio leads the nation in claims due to metal thefts.
Sheriff's deputies say human remains found in Michigan are those of a Fayette County woman who went missing 25-years-ago.
Hilliard police are examining human remains they believe could be those of a man from India who disappeared in December.
The Ohio Senate has approved a bill to immediately halt the expansion of Internet cafes.
A Ross County Jury has convicted a state prison inmate of killing another inmate.
State prisons officials say a rescue dog bit off part of an inmate's nose after he tripped and fell on the dog last month at the Correctional Reception Center in Orient.
The Ohio House and Senate have approved a bill declaring a two-thousand year old pipe, carved in the shape of a person, as Ohio's official state artifact.
Hamilton County prosecutors say a dying, paralyzed Cincinnati man who couldn't speak intentionally blinked his eyes to identify a photo of his attacker for authorities.
Columbus-based discount retailer Big Lots has named David Campisi as CEO and president.
The North Market has named Grandview Heights native Rick Wolfe as Executive Director.
The second of two vendor stands damaged by a fire at Cleveland’s West Side Market reopened yesterday.
Minority Democrats in the Ohio Senate have introduced a bill to expand the Medicaid program under the federal health care law after the idea was stripped from the state budget.
The U.S. Navy says two senior leaders face involuntary manslaughter and dereliction-of-duty charges in the drowning deaths of two divers, including one from Ohio, at the Aberdeen Proving Ground near Baltimore in February.
Lake Erie charter captains are helping Ohio EPA researchers gather water samples to test for toxic algae blooms.
A University of Dayton administrator has died in Korea.
A Tennessee judge has denied claims that Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam is tampering with potential witnesses in a lawsuit stemming from an FBI raid on his Pilot Flying J truck stop business.
The Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review has voted that no retirement system employee may be reimbursed for travel from now on.
Columbus police say three people are hospitalized for treatment of injuries sustained in a two-vehicle crash on Gemini Place near Lyra Drive this morning on the far North side.
Columbus police have identified the man who died at an East side hospital last night after driving himself there for treatment of a stab wound.
Columbus City Council last night approved spending nearly 1.2 million dollars to renovate the ventilation system at the North Market.