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 teen charged with killing three men in a phony on-line jobs posting scheme was heard on tape acknowledging he dug a grave for one of the victims.
A 44-year-old Franklin County woman is the latest person to contract fungal meningitis from contaminated steroid injections linked to a Massachusetts Pharmacy.
The Ohio Parole Board has declined for a third time to recommend clemency for 38-year-old Brett Hartman.
Columbus Police have identified the man shot and killed Wednesday after breaking into an East side home.
A former New Albany woman will serve five years in prison for stealing from her employer.
Orville-based JM Smucker company says its 72-count bulk packs of the "Uncrustables" brand of sandwiches contain peanut butter from Sunland Incorporated.
A federal lawsuit filed in New York claims Aspen Dental Management and the private equity firm that controls it illegally operate 358 clinics in Ohio and across the country.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland honored rock pioneer Chuck Berry on his 86th birthday Thursday, when a spokesperson said he will be the subject of a new spotlight series on his life.
Independent groups supporting Republican Mitt Romney have helped him match or exceed President Obama's TV ad spending in dozens of media markets in Ohio and seven other swing states.
The second debate in the U.S. Senate race last night in Columbus was heated.
The City of Columbus' Capital Kids program is participating this evening in a "Lights on Afterschool" event.
The Youngstown city council voted Wednesday to seek offers to lease city-owned land for gas and oil drilling despite some heated opposition.
State officials say safety has increased under tighter restrictions for owning exotic animals.
A Pennsylvania man will spend more than four years in prison for setting fire to a Marysville church.
Columbus Police say a second suspect has been arrested in the 2005 burning death of a man at a Franklinton home.
A report by the Project on Student Debt shows Ohio students who borrowed for college and earned a bachelor's degree last year graduated with an average of nearly 29-thousand dollars in debt.
State Issue 2 on the November ballot has strong coaltions of supporters and opponents.
Three Franklin County Residents have been charged with voting or attempting to vote twice.
An analysis of absentee ballot requests by a University of Dayton history professor shows a significant shift in Republican enthusiasm since 2008.
More than a million of Ohio's nearly 8 million registered voters have taken steps to cast a ballot.