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.
Former Ohio Board of Regents Chancellor Eric Fingerhut has been named President and CEO of Hillel International, a worldwide Jewish student organization.
The suspect chased by Whitehall police last year when another driver was killed in a collision with a cruiser has been sentenced to one year in prison.
A U.S. Navy corpsman from Ohio whose remains were found last year in Vietnam will be buried today in Arlington National Cemetery, 46 years after his death in the Vietnam War.
The Ohio Turnpike Commission today will consider a proposal to raise tolls by 2.7 percent next year.
The city of Mansfield plans to hold a celebration on Labor Day weekend of the 20th anniversary of the filming of the movie "The Shawshank Redemption" at the Ohio State Reformatory.
Several state audits show a private vendor in line to begin feeding nearly 100 thousand prison inmates in Ohio and Michigan has a track record of questionable billing, using substandard ingredients and riling prisoners with meal offerings.
New York authorities say a Columbus triathlete was critically injured Sunday when she fell from her bicycle as she slowed at a water station.
A tentative settlement has been reached in a federal lawsuit challenging the decades-long display of a portrait of Jesus at a high school in Jackson.
A Clark County teacher is scheduled for sentencing on August 20th after pleading guilty to charges of having sex with a student.
A former Ohio State wide receiver previously caught up in the school's memorabilia scandal was indicted in Franklin County this week on felony drug and weapons charges.
A Westerville home daycare operator pleaded not guilty this morning to charges of drugging children to make them sleep.
Gay and bisexual men are attempting to donate blood at 53 sites across the nation today, even though they expect to be turned away.
A civil rights group is suing Columbus-based Huntington Bank, alleging the firm improperly closed the personal and business accounts of hundreds of Arab-Americans.
A Columbus man who accused a Dublin police officer of inappropriate conduct is now facing criminal charges.
A federal jury has ruled in favor of a former teacher and former Cincinnati Ben-gals cheerleader in her defamation lawsuit against a gossip website.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has slightly lowered its estimate of the size of this year's corn crop, reflecting late planting in Ohio and other states caused by a wet spring.
The Ohio House Policy and Legislative Oversight committee wants to hear from people who believe they were targeted by the Internal Revenue Service because of their political beliefs.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says the state is home to 340 internet cafes.
Fairfield County Sheriff's deputies say they made a major drug bust yesterday at a home near Canal Winchester.
Students at Dublin Jerome High School set a world record last week by tying together more than ten-thousand plastic zip-ties.