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.
Cleveland Safety Director Martin Flask says police officials have no records of anyone calling about criminal activity at the house where three kidnapped women were kept for years before being found late Monday.
Columbus City Council last night approved four tax breaks for three companies.
An artist has been chosen for the planned Holocaust memorial on the Ohio Statehouse grounds.
Cincinnati Police Chief James Craig is being offered a job as police chief of Detroit.
Farm fertilizer runoff has been causing toxic algae blooms in Lake Erie.
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency says Monday's fertilizer spill at Evening and Morning streets in Sunbury poses no threat to the public.
Two Central Ohio men are facing charges in separate cases of sexual assaults against children.
The Ohio Bankers League and Ohio Credit Union League say the Internet activist group Anonymous is planning a cyber attack today against the websites of financial institutions.
The rift among conservatives over the Ohio GOP's stance on major issues and its support of Governor John Kasich continues.
Former Republican Ohio Supreme Court Justice Robert Cupp's new job is raising ethical issues in the legal battle over GOP Governor John Kasich's nonprofit job-creation agency JobsOhio.
Voters in Youngstown today will decide whether to ban fracking in a city where disposal of fracking wastewater led to earthquakes and groundwater contamination.
Voters will go to the polls today in several Central Ohio communities.
Deputy Cleveland Police Chief Ed Tomba says three women who went missing separately a decade ago were tied up in the house where they were found and had been there since they disappeared.
The U.S. Marshals Service has given Ashland County residents its Citizen of the Year award for their tips that led to the arrest of the suspected killer of a young mother.
Ohio State University says people planning to attend President Obama's commencement speech on Sunday should allow extra time to get through security lines.
Delaware police have made an arrest in an overnight shooting near the Ohio Wesleyan University campus.
Filmmaker Oliver Stone will headline events planned to commemorate the anniversary of the Kent State University shootings.
A record number of runners will hit the streets of Columbus tomorrow for the tenth annual Capital City Half Marathon.
Democratic State Representative Bob Hagan is proposing Ohio voters decide whether to legalize marijuana and tax it like alcohol.
A Columbus man is awaiting extradition from Mexico to face sex crime charges.