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 Mayor-elect John Cranley is vowing to end the city's planned streetcar project.
The Lucas County coroner has ruled the cause of the death of a toddler found in a Toledo garage last September was a homicide.
Voters in Defiance and Cleveland Heights approved ballot resolutions Tuesday seeking to curb the power of corporations in government and elections.
Dublin-based Wendy's says it lost nearly 2 million dollars in the third quarter, compared with a loss of 26 million in the same period a year ago.
New Albany-based L Brands reports an 8 percent increase in sales last month, beating the expectations of Wall Street analysts.
A Hilliard woman will serve 5 and a half years in prison for a multi-state mortgage fraud scheme that cost the victims 9 million dollars.
The third and final defendant in the death of a Canton woman found severely burned along a Muskingum County road last year was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison without parole.
More than 180 central Ohio workers will lose their jobs over the next two years.
Columbus police have charged a man with abuse of a corpse for allegedly throwing his wife's body down the stairs of a vacant home on Wednesday.
An Upper Arlington man is facing felony charges for causing a crash that seriously injured a bicyclist.
Rocking Horse Health Center in Springfield has reopened despite the discovery of a case of whooping cough in a second employee.
A Utica woman pleaded not guilty this week to charges of faking cancer in her son in order to collect up to 75 hundred dollars in donations made for his treatment.
The artist who designed the Holocaust Memorial planned for the Statehouse grounds attended Wednesday's groundbreaking ceremony, speaking about the importance of the project.
Vice President Joe Biden says investing in the nation's railways, ports, and highways will retain and create manufacturing jobs and bolster the middle class.
Ohio Governor John Kasich has signed a bill setting rules for third parties.
The Ohio Senate has approved a bill restricting who may send unsolicited absentee ballot applications to voters and for what election years.
The two major political parties have different takes on the results of Tuesday's elections.
More than two-thirds of voters Tuesday rejected the Columbus schools levy.
Less than 20 percent of Franklin County's eligible voters participated in Tuesday's election.
The search for the next president of Ohio State University is projected to cost more than 300 thousand dollars.