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.
A Columbus man will appear in court today after allegedly holding police at bay for several hours yesterday.
Columbus police are searching for whomever threw rocks at passing cars on I-70 westbound near Hamilton Road over the weekend.
Columbus police say one man was killed late Sunday night on the near East side.
Opening statements begin today in the trial of a teacher's lawsuit alleging The Cincinnati Archdiocese violated anti-discrimination laws by firing her over her pregnancy from artificial insemination.
Ohio lawmakers considering the proposed two year state budget are not likely to approve Governor John Kasich's proposal to expand Medicaid.
Ohio schools that reportedly had errors in certain enrollment data have gotten state approval of plans to fix the issues.
The Columbus School Board meets today to consider hiring OSU Vice President Joe Alutto as interim superintendent.
Columbus police say they have arrested a man suspected of raping a woman on Wednesday.
Fairfield County Sheriff's deputies say an insurance attorney was killed Thursday when he fell 22 feet through the roof of the storm-damaged building he was inspecting.
A provision in the Ohio House version of the state budget bill prohibits the Ohio Lottery from following the lead of other states and selling tickets directly to players via computers and hand-held devices.
Attorney General Mike DeWine says Ohio has 690 cases of missing children on record.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden is going to Oklahoma this weekend to help with the cleanup from this week's deadly tornado.
An Oxford, Ohio couple is in a Florida jail, accused of leaving their young children alone outside a bar.
Central Ohio Boy Scout leaders are going public with their support of allowing openly gay youths in the organization.
Columbus State Community College trustees yesterday approved a 2.6 percent tuition hike for the fall, boosting the cost for a full-time, in-state student to nearly 4 thousand dollars a year.
The narrow defeat this month of the Groveport Madison Schools levy will result in a wide swath of cuts.
Debate began Thursday in the Ohio House about a measure making changes to the Columbus City Schools.
A popular destination in the Arena District is closing its doors.
Licking County Sheriff's deputies are looking for the people who left three pipe bombs behind when they moved out of their residence.
The Ohio Ballot Board has approved a proposed constitutional amendment legalizing medical marijuana and certain uses of hemp.