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.
The American Transit Association says local bus ridership fell 1.8 percent last year.
More than 250 Ohio insurance companies and the state are launching a campaign to encourage students and others to work in the industry.
A Nelsonville police officer caught on video aggressively grabbing a seated and unarmed 15-year-old boy by the face and pushing him into a desk has been indicted on multiple charges.
The Ohio House will soon open debate on a bill that would ban traffic enforcement cameras statewide.
Parents and children in Ohio and 43 other states are urged to take precautions after a study linked a salmonella outbreak in kids to a frog commonly kept as a pet.
The teachers' strike in the Strongsville City Schools will continue through at least a second week.
One of the two Warren teenagers who survived Sunday's SUV crash that killed six of his friends says the driver was speeding before she hit a guard rail and flipped into a pond.
Opponents of the City of Cincinnati's plan to lease its parking operations have begun collecting petition signatures to get a referendum on the November ballot.
An Ohio appeals court magistrate has ruled the Hocking County prosecutor will not be allowed to make oral arguments in the appeal of a Logan man convicted of murdering his estranged wife.
Columbus police say they have arrested a suspect in the shooting and killing of a Mansfield man.
The National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton will not be spared from the federal sequestration cuts.
Corporate jet operators who use the Cuyahoga County Airport are bracing for the loss of control tower personnel.
The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating last night's small plane crash in Miami Township that injured two people.
Columbus City School Board members are looking at a smaller slate of budget cuts than presented to them last week.
A Summit County jury resumes deliberations today in the case of a self-styled street preacher accused of killing three men he lured to Eastern Ohio with phony on-line job offers.
The continuing questions surrounding transparency at Governor John Kasich's job-creating entity JobsOhio came up again in a routine meeting Monday that ended with a statement that shocked many observers.
Franklin County prosecutors say two people charged with cheating at the Columbus casino last fall have pleaded guilty and will serve probation.
A Franklin County judge has sentenced a local landlord to one year in prison for violating his probation by failing to sell his properties.
An Ohio Senate committee is scheduled to vote today on a plan to increase the speed limit to 70 miles an hour on some freeways.
Democratic Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald says he has formed an exploratory committee to examine a possible run for Governor in 2014.