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 Ohio House has approved a bill extending the state's moratorium on the opening of new internet cafes and imposing a new reporting requirement.
City, county, and state authorities raided a clinic and two pharmacies on Columbus' South side this morning as part of a nine-month investigation of alleged pill mills.
A Knox County grand jury this morning indicted a Mount Vernon man charged with hitting and injuring a Danville police officer during a cross-county chase early Sunday morning.
Zanesville Police say a 2-year-old autistic boy from Akron drowned in the Muskingum River Saturday after wandering away from his family's cabin.
Funeral services are pending for the Columbus man whose body washed ashore on a North Carolina beach over the weekend.
Ohio EPA investigators suspect a chemical leak is to blame for a fish kill in Sycamore Creek in Blue Ash last week.
Disciplinary hearings for six of the twelve Cleveland police supervisors stemming from last year's chase and fatal shooting are underway.
Red Cross volunteers from Central Ohio leave this morning to help victims of the tornadoes in Oklahoma.
Ohio is one of 15 states where undocumented immigrants are being sent back to their home country after seeking medical care.
Plans are in the works to renovate a former warehouse in Franklinton for use as a place to launch new businesses.
Rules designed to govern Columbus' growing food truck scene are on hold.
Democratic State Representative Connie Pillich says she is running for State Treasurer.
Research shows only 2 percent of former foster care youth earn a college degree.
A Logan County woman was sentenced yesterday to eight years in prison for killing a teenager while driving drunk.
Columbus police have filed departmental charges against a lieutenant for falsifying overtime records.
The State Highway Patrol has filed charges against a Mount Vernon man accused of hitting a Danville police officer after leading officers on a chase across Knox County early Sunday.
The fallout from the Federal sequestration cuts continues.
Democratic U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio is co-sponsoring bi-partisan legislation calling for the end of federal subsidies for big banks.
The Ohio Tax Credit Authority has approved a tax break for JPMorgan Chase to set up shop in a facility near the Tuttle Crossing mall, bringing 500 jobs to Dublin.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says the second fatal fall in three days in the Hocking Hills region occurred near a waterfall.