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.
Half of the crew at a salt mine under Lake Erie is back on the job.
Triple-A says more than one-million Ohioans will travel at least 50-miles from home over the Labor Day Holiday.
A Columbus man will serve 11 years in prison for hiring another man to kill the ex-wife of his friend.
A Columbus woman is awaiting sentencing for helping force a teenage relative into prostitution.
Central Ohio Republican Congressman Steve Stivers says he opposes a shutdown of the federal government.
Taxpayers are being asked to cover the costs of the investigation of the Columbus City Schools' data rigging scandal.
The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded more than four-million-dollars in grants to improve runways, fencing and other safety and security measures at the Dayton Airport.
Columbus Regional Airport Authority officials report a decline in passenger traffic last month at Port Columbus.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has named two former Ohio Supreme Court justices to a commission that will study law enforcement use of facial recognition software.
An Associated Press review of campaign finance reports shows Republican Josh Mandel's campaign committee has yet to report receiving an insurance check for a vehicle disabled in a March wreck.
A Columbus teen charged for his role in the slaying of a convenience store clerk and a teenager in Driving Park last month has been charged with a third homicide.
Columbus police say a woman whose body was repeatedly run over on I-71 south of Cooke Road on August 21st exited a moving vehicle before she was struck and killed.
A Franklin County judge has ruled a man has dementia and is incompetent to stand trial for killing his wife last February.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has appointed Columbus attorney Eric Murphy as state solicitor.
Ohio University has indefinitely suspended two football players after they were charged with selling drugs.
Reynoldsburg police say the owner of a Maugham Drive home was shot and wounded this morning during a confrontation with a robber.
Columbus police are searching for a suspect in an early morning slaying on the East side.
Cleveland police chief Michael McGrath says officers are now prohibited from firing their weapons at or from a moving vehicle as part of a review of the agency's use of force policies.
Thousands of fast-food workers are scheduled to go on strike today in cities in Ohio and other states to seek a higher wage.
The Franklin County Animal Shelter is taking steps to control the dog population.