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.
Democratic Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald says he has formed an exploratory committee to examine a possible run for Governor in 2014.
A Hamilton County nun who voted on behalf of another nun who died before last year's presidential election has been charged with illegal voting.
The Dublin School Board has voted to hire 47-year-old Todd Hoadley as the district's new superintendent.
No injuries are reported out of an early morning fire in the 16-hundred block of Parsons Avenue.
Attorneys for Trent Mays, a Steubenville high school football player facing rape charges, are asking a judge to dismiss the case because they say the "unavailability of material witnesses" denies him his right to a fair trial.
A Columbus club has been fined for discriminating against a former transgendered employee.
Columbus fire officials are still investigating the cause of Monday's fire at an East side apartment complex that left four people injured.
The uproar over an 83-thousand dollar retention bonus paid to Medina schools Superintendent Randy Stepp appears to be over.
Columbus police are searching for the suspect who shot and wounded a man early this morning on the East side.
Cincinnati Police Chief James Craig wants to see stronger gun laws.
Central State University has installed the first female president in its history.
Ohio University began demolishing a historic — and supposedly haunted — campus building on Thursday.
A new state report says the Columbus economy is the strongest in Ohio.
Columbus fire officials say two people were injured in an early morning blaze at a Near West side apartment complex.
Some Ohio lawmakers continue to hear testimony opposing Governor John Kasich’s proposal to apply a 5 percent state sales tax and local piggy-back taxes to 80 goods and services.
A third Columbus City Schools administrator is stepping down amid the district's data-rigging scandal.
Ohio State University says its private parking contractor CampusParc has decided not to charge a parking fee to residents of the Buckeye Village apartment complex for at least a year.
Cincinnati-based Total Quality Logistics company is ready to give away a year's salary to one job seeker.
Many Democrats in the state legislature have been raising questions about public money put into the state's private non profit jobs development corporation, JobsOhio.
Oberlin College says the FBI has agreed to investigate hate-based incidents reported on campus within the last month.