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.
Lawmakers are introducing more gun-related bills in the Ohio Legislature.
Dozens of Cincinnati city workers who faced layoffs this year won't lose their jobs.
Columbus police have released the name of an officer who shot and wounded a man during a traffic stop on the South Side on Monday.
The Cincinnati Reds are asking Hamilton County Commissioners to spend taxpayer dollars to help the team host the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.
Muskingum County prosecutors say the burning body of a man found last week was killed there and dumped in Morgan County.
The Labor Department says first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits have hit their lowest mark of the year.
A report by environmentalists raises questions about a little-examined aspect of the fracking debate.
As the debate over fracking and raising the state severance tax continues, campaign finance reports show oil and gas companies have poured money into Republican legislative campaign coffers over the last few years.
Forbes Magazine is reporting the sale price of the Columbus Crew is 68 million dollars.
London residents will be forced to boil their water for the next two weeks, after a major break in the city's water system.
Mosquito-fogging efforts begin tonight in a Delaware County community where a resident has contracted La Crosse Encephalitis.
Franklin County Sheriff's deputies say they are investigating the death of a man whose body was found at Hoover Dam yesterday.
State Public Safety Director Tom Charles retired yesterday to meet a key retirement benefit deadline under state pension reform.
Ohioans could vote on whether to legalize medical marijuana next year if a group of activists are able to get the issue on the ballot.
Health officials have confirmed three more cases of Legionnaires' Disease at a Reynoldsburg nursing home.
A Columbus city engineer and two code inspectors have resigned after an internal investigation found they misused city vehicles and clocked in for each other when not working.
A former Columbus City Schools treasurer's office worker is accused of stealing thousands of dollars from the district.
The Columbus boy charged in two murders could be tried as an adult.
Columbus police say an 81-year-old North side woman was victimized twice by the same man.
Ohio is on track to have a strong corn crop this year.