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 Metroparks officials say a brush fire at Bedford Reservation last night consumed 40 acres.
A report released this week shows at least some Asian carp probably have reached the Great Lakes, but there's still time to stop them from becoming established.
The University of Toledo Medical Center has canceled a medical transfer agreement with an area abortion provider after a state lawmaker and anti-abortion group claimed it was illegal.
It appears Cincinnati voters will be asked to approve the city's controversial parking system lease in November.
Contract talks resumed today in an effort to end the five week old strike by Strongsville school teachers.
Columbus police say they arrested a man this morning after he allegedly kidnapped two women at gunpoint and raped one of them.
Columbus police say a man was shot and killed early this morning on Howey Road near East Hudson Street.
A union official and U.S. Army veteran today is launching a bid to unseat U.S. House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio.
As Ohio legislators try to hammer out a new two-year state budget, an activist group on the political left says one reason there's a shortage of money is people and companies are dodging their taxes.
An 18-year-old man is due in court today to face charges in the beating deaths of a prominent attorney and his wife at their New Franklin home.
An Associated Press analysis shows Cincinnati-based Macy's gave chief executive Terry Lundgren a pay package worth 11.3 million dollars last year, down 22 percent from 2011 as he failed to meet all of its financial performance goals.
A Columbus man is charged with stealing a South Carolina man's identity to rack up nearly 350 thousand dollars in medical bills at OSU's Medical center.
Columbus city officials say they will launch their annual two-week spring pothole repair blitz on Sunday.
No injuries are reported out of a fire at an automobile dealership on Sawmill Road on Thursday.
Defense attorneys for the last of the five suspects in a plot to bomb a bridge over the Cuayhoga Valley National Park say he is competent to stand trial.
Ohio State University will use a 250 thousand dollar donation to launch a program offering free legal services to military veterans.
Columbus State Community College officials say they will close the child-care center on June 15th because of financial problems and limited space.
The director of the Ohio Department of Veterans Services will be among those inducted into a military hall of fame at the Statehouse on May 3rd.
The Cincinnati police union wants City Council to balance the budget without cutting officers.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio says several municipal courts are illegally and unconstitutionally jailing people because they're too poor to pay court-imposed debts.