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 U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio is co-sponsoring legislation designed to to better protect businesses from foreign currency manipulation.
The Ohio Senate Thursday approved its verion of the 6.7 billion dollar two year state budget bill. The bill was passed along party lines.
Columbus police have now identified the man who apparently took his own life at a Far East side apartment complex on Tuesday.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure officials say they are canceling the 3-day charity races in Cleveland and six other cities next year because of a drop in participation.
Libertarian Cincinnati mayoral candidate Jim Berns is using tomato plants to promote the legalization of marijuana.
Federal drug agents are investigating a delivery of marijuana to the Rocky River home of Cleveland Indians reliever Chris Perez.
The famous words spoken by the late Wapakoneta native Neil Armstrong when he set foot on the moon in 1969 may have been misquoted by people over the years.
Gun rights in school and religious education are two of the topics state lawmakers are considering this week.
An 8-year-old Columbus boy is in the hospital after setting a South Hamilton Road home on fire yesterday.
Dozens of residents of a North side apartment complex are being forced to move because of unsafe conditions.
Bond is set at 50 thousand dollars for a Pickerington school bus driver charged with attempting to solicit a teenage boy for sex.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says a company has been cited for illegally dumping brine waste from fracking in eastern Ohio.
Ohio Governor John Kasich says he hasn't given up on his plan to expand Medicaid.
Two Democratic state lawmakers are questioning a review by local county election boards of 135 instances of voter suppression during the 2012 presidential election.
Foodbanks might lose the money Ohio House lawmakers put in their version of the state budget bill.
The Ohio Senate today is expected to vote on its version of a 61.7 billion dollar state budget bill that revamps Governor John Kasich's school funding proposal and restores a tax cut for small businesses.
A military judge has accepted an Ohio soldier's guilty plea in the killing of 16 Afghan civilians during nighttime raids on two villages last year.
The State Highway Patrol has fired the trooper who was involved with a traffic stop on I-71 in Delaware County last year in which an intoxicated man was later killed.
The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled the mother of two children who drowned in the Muskingum River during a campout in 2011 and her husband must each get new trials.
The Ohio Senate is expected to make additional adjustments to its version of the state budget bill ahead of votes this week by the finance committee and the full Senate.