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 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.
The state auditor says Medina Schools superintendent Randy Stepp must repay 4 thousand dollars in questionable expenses, including gift cards and travel upgrades.
A State Highway Patrol trooper who seriously injured two motorcyclists in a crash earlier this year has pleaded no contest to a criminal charge.
The Cincinnati Reds have named pitching coach Bryan Price as the team's new manager.
Officials at a Cincinnati cemetery that removed a slain Iraq war veteran's SpongeBob SquarePants headstone are meeting with the family today to explore possible solutions.
Two of the three women held captive for a decade in a Cleveland house are collaborating with a Pulitzer Prize-winning team of Washington Post reporters to create a book about their ordeal.
A Cleveland man has pleaded not guilty to nearly 300 counts including aggravated murder and rape charges that date back to the mid-1990s.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland pay tribute this week to the 50-year career of the Rolling Stones.
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected the latest appeal by Ryan Widmer of Warren County, who was seeking a fourth trial in the 2008 bathtub drowning death of his wife Sarah.
Upper Arlington police say a worker was electrocuted yesterday at an apartment building under construction.
Glouster Police say remains founder yesterday under the porch of a home may be those of a missing man.
Franklin County prosecutors hope to try a 16-year-old boy as an adult for the murder of a jogger over the weekend.
Americans bought fewer existing homes in September than the previous month, held back by higher mortgage rates and rising prices.