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.
One of the last key figures in the Cuyahoga County corruption scandal is heading to prison.
Columbus City Council last night approved cutting the city's pension contributions for non-unionized management level employees.
Ohio Governor John Kasich yesterday signed into law his 7.6 billion dollar state transportation budget.
Chris Iannetta's bases-loaded single in the 13th inning lifted the Los Angeles Angels over host Cincinnati 3-1 yesterday in the season opener for both teams.
A judge has ordered five years probation for a man convicted of causing a crash that killed a Bexley teacher.
Police have charged four more people in connection with last week's beating death of a Circleville woman.
Hilliard police say a woman found dead in her apartment Monday was the victim of a homicide.
The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles has agreed to issue temporary drivers licenses to immigrants who were brought here illegally as children.
Cuayhoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald says he will appeal the loss of the County Airport control tower to the Federal Aviation Administration and a federal appeals court.
Funeral services are schedule Friday for former University of Toledo men's basketball coach Bob Nichols, who died last Saturday at the age of 82.
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar will visit Wilberforce today to celebrate the President's decision to create the Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument.
Republican Ohio Senate President Keith Faber has said he views expanding Medicaid under the federal health care law as an ultimatum from the Obama administration.
A Columbus man is scheduled to appear in court this morning to face charges of threatening the life of President Obama on-line.
Absentee voting for the May primary begins on Tuesday in Franklin County.
Franklin County Sheriff's deputies say former Ohio State linebacker Andy Katzenmoyer was arrested this morning.
Bond was set this morning at 500-thousand dollars each for the two adults arrested in connection with the beating death of a Circleville woman.
Cleveland Police Chief Michael McGrath says last Sunday's slaying of a nurse was not a random act.
A decision from the U.S. Coast Guard is pending on whether to allow toxic waste from fracking on the Ohio River.
Officials say a U.S. Air Force reserve wing that flies troops around the globe will start shutting down on Fridays when civilian furloughs begin at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton.
The U.S. EPA has issued new requirements for cleansing ballast water dumped from ships, which scientists believe has brought invasive species that damage ecosystems and cost the economy billions of dollars.