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 firefighters say a woman and her 4-year-old grandson are hospitalized in critical condition with injuries sustained in a house fire this morning on the East side.
Columbus police are searching for two suspects in this morning's shooting of a West side woman.
Blendon Township trustees are pledging action in the aftermath of the weekend slaying of a jogger in a local park.
A death row inmate who killed a Columbus police officer during a bank robbery in 2005 has lost his appeal.
A federal judge in Detroit has rescheduled the point-shaving trial involving University of Toledo athletes from later this month to February.
Columbus police say they have arrested a suspect in this week's rape of a woman while she waited for a bus with her young child.
The man accused of posing as a sheriff's deputy and using a veterans' charity to steal money has been arrested.
Luxury retailer Nordstrom says it will open a discount-merchandise store this spring on Dublin Granville Road.
Two Central Ohio men have been arrested on charges of marijuana cultivation after authorities say they found more than 100 plants in their home.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says a theft and receiving stolen property indictment issued by a Jefferson County grand jury has nothing to do with the rape case the panel is investigating.
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio says Columbus Southern Power had "excessive earnings" for 2010 under state law and should return 6.9 million dollars to customers.
More than 14 thousand dollars has been donated online to help a Bellefontaine woman who said she stole change from a courthouse fountain to buy food.
The Cleveland Indians are asking some fans for their opinions on the team's "Chief Wahoo" logo.
Two Republican state lawmakers are pushing a series of proposals to make local taxes easier to collect and pay.
Thirty-two people have been charged in a federal and state sweep against suspected heroin traffickers in lakefront communities in northeast Ohio.
Ohio Governor John Kasich's decision to sidestep the legislature and use the state Controlling Board to expand Medicaid has Tea Party-backed critics mounting a legal challenge.
When Medicaid expansion was discussed in recent months, advocates said it would allow coverage for 275 thousand low-income Ohioans.
The vice president of the Ohio Association of Health Underwriters says it's important for Ohioans examining insurance options on the federal exchange to consider what they need from a health plan.
The operator of the Cincinnati casino is the subject of a federal investigation.
A man who helped lead a challenge of Ohio's ban on same-sex marriage died today.