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.
People angered by the sudden cancelation of a mud run in Hocking County and the loss of their entry fees are getting some relief.
Ohio First Lady Karen Kasich is launching a program to feature artists' work at the governor's mansion in Bexley.
Sources with knowledge of the situation tell WCBE Columbus City Council member Zach Klein is one of the names on Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald's short list of running mates.
A Loveland-based "bedroom enhancement" company says it will move its headquarters to downtown Cincinnati, despite talks with the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
The Ohio House will soon open debate on a bill that would restrict the sale of e-cigarettes.
A landmark skyscraper in downtown Toledo is closing.
Licking County Sherriff's deputies have arrested a teenager accused of threatening to open fire inside of his school.
Fairfield County prosecutors have charged a man with the death of his girlfriend's unborn child.
The Ohio Ethics Commission has found possible conflicts-of-interest by employees of JobsOhio, the private jobs entity created by Republican Ohio Governor John Kasich.
Two business executives have been indicted on charges of funnelling nearly 200-thousand dollars in corporate money to the campaigns of a U.S. Senate candidate and a sitting member of Congress.
The Ohio Civil Rights Commission is weighing a final decision in a five-year-old case in which a landlady allegedly discriminated against undercover fair housing testers.
A man hospitalized in August after falling into Mirror Lake died on Friday.
Columbus police are looking for the suspect or suspects involved in a double shooting early this morning in the parking lot of an adult club.
Franklin County Commissioners today approved a quarter percent increase in the county sales tax.
Ohio is one of at least 21 states that had problems with toxic algae blooms in waterways over the summer.
While Congress continues fighting over cuts to the food stamp program, Ohio food banks are getting money from state government.
September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and mental health experts are urging Ohioans to take action when a friend, family or neighbor hints they may want to take their own life.
A biotech company owned by the Cleveland Clinic has developed a vaccine for breast cancer.
Opponents of an Ohio law that effectively bans internet cafes have fallen more than 70 thousand valid signatures short of the number needed to place a repeal request on the 2014 ballot.
JPMorgan Chase says it plans to cut nearly 450 jobs at offices in Columbus, Westerville and Gahanna by the end of the year.