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.
Cincinnati City Manager Milton Dohoney says he will resign on December 1st, when the new mayor and overhauled City Council take office.
Supporters of red light cameras are mobilizing opposition against a ban on the technology.
The Cleveland Browns have released a proposal to modernize and upgrade their downtown stadium.
Cleveland city officials are drafting a plan to combat global climate change.
The state says 366 thousand low-income Ohioans who are newly eligible for coverage under Medicaid expansion may start signing up on December 9th.
Federal officials say nearly 12 hundred Ohio residents successfully picked health insurance plans last month through the new online marketplace under the federal health care law.
Columbus police say FBI agents have arrested the suspect in the murder of a Columbus woman.
A Columbus man will serve 30 days in jail and pay an 850 dollar fine for crashing into and killing a bicyclist last year.
A Chillicothe man has been arrested for crashing into a bicyclist Saturday night.
A Franklin County judge has sentenced a Columbus man to life in prison for killing another man during a robbery at an East side bar last year.
Columbus police are investigating an officer-involved shooting on the West side last night.
A damaged and discarded statue of a World War I soldier has been reinstalled at a memorial park in Lakemore.
Columbus fire officials say no one was injured early this morning when flames damaged a duplex on the South side.
Cases of code violations in rental housing often go to Environmental Court, but officials say getting the past history on a landlord or a tenant makes prosecution more difficult.
Akron-based FirstEnergy has been leading the fight to weaken the state's renewable energy standards.
Westerville Police say an officer shot and killed a motorist who pulled a gun during a traffic stop early Monday.
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.