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.
President Obama's choice to head the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has cleared one procedural hurdle, but another remains.
Akron police say a University of Akron officer shot and killed a 64-year-old man during a traffic stop last night after he produced what later was determined to be a BB pistol.
The State Highway Patrol says as many as 20 vehicles crashed early this morning in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 70 near the Route 41 exit east of Springfield.
Putnam County prosecutors have filed delinquency murder charges against a teen arrested in Columbus last week.
The annual Komen Race for the Cure takes place tomorrow, starting on the Statehouse lawn.
Thousands of amateur radio enthusiasts will spend their weekend in Dayton.
Columbus Fire investigators say the person who left unmarked bottles of chemicals outside a Northwest side apartment will not face criminal charges.
Cleveland police and Cuayhoga County officials are launching a new initiative to find missing persons.
Residents of Berkshire Township in Delaware County are not giving up their fight against the construction of an a outlet mall.
The city of Dublin is offering Wall Street giant JPMorgan Chase a 465 thousand dollar tax break to set up shot near the Tuttle Crossing mall, bringing 500 jobs to the city.
Columbus voters will be asked to approve an 800 million dollar bond package this fall.
A Hamilton County jury has found a Cincinnati man guilty of killing another man in 2010.
A Franklin County Juvenile Court Judge has ruled there is probable cause to try a Columbus teenager as an adult for a fatal shooting last January.
Licking County Sheriff's deputies are investigating an explosion last night at a mobile home community in Buckeye Lake.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association has narrowly voted down for a third time an attempt at addressing competitive balance issues between public and private schools.
A two-thousand year old pipe from the ancient Adena culture is now the state's official artifact.
Some conservative Ohio lawmakers and faith leaders want to put millions more dollars into preschool programs for at risk children - something Democrats have championed in the past.
The Tea Party backed 1851 Center for Constitutional Law is adding its name to conservative groups saying they were harassed by the IRS.
The Ohio Department of Transportation has scheduled a public meeting from 4:30 to 7:30 this evening to discuss plans to rebuild the I-270/Route 33 interchange on the North side.
The U.S. House and Senate Agriculture Committees have approved separate versions of a farm bill that would cut the size of the federal food stamp program and alter the way people qualify for it.