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.
A study by a progressive-leaning think tank shows Ohio continues to have high rates of unemployment and low wages.
The Columbus Crew has fired Robert Warzycha after five years as head coach.
Mayfield Heights police say they have arrested a man who allegedly stabbed three people early Monday after breaking into their home.
Opponents of an Ohio law that effectively bans internet cafes say they have enough signatures to block the law from taking effect.
The Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation has hired a veteran police officer to lead the agency's Special Investigations Department.
Columbus fire officials say a newspaper carrier saved several people from a fire at an East side apartment complex yesterday.
Columbus police say a woman was killed yesterday in a motorcycle crash on the East side.
Columbus Police are investigating the deaths of at least one and possibly three people found inside of a burning car this morning.
A sentencing date is pending for a Reynoldsburg man who has pleaded guilty to failing to pay income taxes and obstructing a federal investigation.
The Cleveland Indians have acquired outfielder Jason Kubel from Arizona.
Ohio will launch a program next year to help babies who are born addicted to drugs.
More than one thousand Ohioans employed by Bank of America will lose their jobs at the end of October.
Advocates for low-income Ohioans are fighting a plan to test welfare applicants for drugs.
An employee of a Youngstown company accused of dumping tens of thousands of gallons of fracking waste into a tributary of the Mahoning River has changed his plea to guilty to charges of violating the Clean Water Act.
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.