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 White House says President Obama will visit Cleveland Thursday to discuss the economy and American manufacturing.
Attorneys have dropped one of two lawsuits against Whirlpool Corporation related to a child cancer cluster in Clyde.
A nearly 200-year-old Upper Arlington house will be demolished this week, but it won't completely disappear.
Autopsy results are pending on a Circleville woman whose body was found miles from her home.
Columbus police have identified the officer who took his own life on Sunday.
Columbus police say a man was shot and wounded last night during an attempted robbery at a fast food restaurant in Franklinton.
A Darke County man is going to the Philippines to help people affected by the typhoon.
More rails for Cincinnati's streetcar was delivered Monday despite the 133 million project's uncertain future.
Columbus fire officials say a man's body was found in a burning mobile home early this morning on the East side.
Ohio motorists will soon be able to choose from 255 different specialty license plates.
The Upper Arlington Historical Society is trying to save a nearly 200-year-old house from the wrecking ball.
Middletown city officials are in talks with potential buyers of the Manchester Inn.
Ohio State women's basketball player Raven Ferguson has been suspended for the first three games of the regular season for a violation of team rules.
A man accused of dumping his wife's body in an abandoned home in South Linden turned himself in to Columbus police yesterday.
Authorities have filed charges against the man responsible for taking care of a young girl who was hospitalized late Wednesday.
A Columbus firefighter is facing discipline for having sex with a teenager at a firehouse.
Sentencing is scheduled January 21st for two men convicted of a fatal robbery at a Columbus drug house.
Supporters of the apparently doomed Cincinnati streetcar project are planning a town hall meeting to mobilize against Mayor-elect John Cranley.
Columbus police say a woman beaten by her boyfriend on October 31st died at a local hospital on Wednesday.
A Delaware County judge has revoked the 1 million dollar bond for a former New Albany doctor who pleaded guilty to killing a Pataskala woman last year.