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 founder of a Columbus charter school says some teachers walked off the job yesterday after failing to get paid.
An Upper Arlington man will go before a judge this week to face charges in a crash with a bicyclist.
Two of the three people convicted of killing a Canton woman by setting her on fire and dumping her on a rural Muskingum County road have been sentenced to prison time.
Columbus paramedics say they recently treated a homeless man who claims to have injected himself with krokodil, a heroin-like drug from Russia.
Franklin Township could receive 39 million dollars over 50 years from shared revenues from the Columbus casino.
Voters are heading to the polls today to cast ballots in the 2013 General Election.
A study by the University of California at Berkeley shows 45 percent of Ohio's 75-thousand fast food workers make so little income that they turn to public assistance programs to make ends meet.
Arraignment is scheduled next week for a Columbus man who allegedly raped a woman at an East side COTA bus stop while she held her small child in her arms.
Willard Police say the man who killed a discount store worker before taking his own life on Wednesday night picked his targets at random.
Toledo Mayor Mike Bell has signed an agreement that keeps Owens Corning in the city until at least 2030.
A Toledo Blade investigation into whether taxpayer funding creates jobs in Ohio shows state documents inflating the number of jobs created by more than 11 thousand.
Whirlpool says extensive soil tests show no evidence of illegal dumping or widespread contamination in Clyde, where dozens of people have been sickened with cancer.
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted has appointed Greg Haas to the Franklin County Board of Elections.
The leader of a prolific marijuana-smuggling operation in central Ohio has been sentenced to 11 years in prison.
Columbus police are looking for the suspect in a fatal hit-skip crash last night.
Charges are pending against a man who allegedly opened fire inside of a Zanesville restaurant yesterday.
Strong storms overnight left more than 19 thousand people in Franklin, Licking and Fairfield Counties without power.
Columbus-based State Auto Financial reports a third-quarter profit of 18.5 million dollars, compared with a loss of 5.5 million in the same period a year ago.
Columbus police arrested 12 protestors downtown yesterday amid a contract dispute between local custodians and a contractor company, ABM.
Franklin County Children Services says it will review all of its group home placements after a 16-year-old group home resident was charged with fatally stabbing a jogger in a Blendon Township park on October 20th.