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.
Columbus police are debunking an email chain working its way through central Ohio, claiming kidnappers are targeting women at the Polaris Fashion Place shopping mall.
The Fourth Ohio District Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction of a Hocking County man who killed his daughter-in-law in 2011.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman has launched an effort to get uninsured people signed up for health insurance coverage through the exchanges created under the Affordable Care Act.
The Ohio Department of Health says fewer Ohio teens are abusing prescription painkillers and using heroin.
The Ohio Supreme court says Ohio's child enticement law is unconstitutional because it criminalizes innocent behavior.
A manufacturing company plans to lay off 63 workers at its plant in Delaware by the end of September.
General Motors says it will install a new, 14-million-dollar press at its plant in Parma.
Whitehall city officials are placing greater scrutiny on owners of the apartment complex where a child died last week.
A Newark City Schools teacher and assistant band director accused of inappropriate conduct with three students has been indicted.
A group of rougly two dozen Franklin County residents has filed the paperwork to form a political action committee opposing the Columbus Zoo levy on the May ballot.
A former Hilliard investment adviser was sentenced Thursday to five years in prison for orchestrating a Ponzi scheme that bilked investors out of more than 1.5 million dollars over five years.
Sentencing is pending for a Columbus motorist who pleaded no contest this week to charges of causing the death of a pedestrian in Victorian Village last July.
Columbus Public Health officials are investigating a possible mumps outbreak at Ohio State University.
A Columbus man who was shot by a police officer outside of a Morse Road bank last year will serve 11 years in prison.
Norfolk Southern railroad has reopened one of the two lines at the Delaware County site where nearly three dozen corn-carrying cars derailed on Tuesday.
The Labor Department says first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio fell by nearly 12 hundred last week due to fewer layoffs in manufacturing.
Republican Party leaders have launched an online poll that lets people pick from Columbus and seven other cities that are finalists to host the 2016 GOP National Convention.
Cincinnati-based Procter-and-Gamble says Greenpeace protesters got into the company's headquarters Tuesday by wearing business suits and carrying their rappelling gear in briefcases.
Columbia Gas says Ohio customers in its budget payment plan will see their bills increase by an average of 20-dollars a month.
Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson says he welcomes a Justice Department investigation into alleged excessive use of force by police.