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 Columbus man charged with killing his wife on February 13th and attempting to take his own life has pleaded not guilty.
After a 6 month delay the Ohio Department of Education has released school district report cards for the 2011-2012 school year.
Buckeye Community Health Plan says it will move its office from South 3rd Street Downtown to Easton Town Center and add 118 jobs in the next several months.
The Transportation Security Administration says full-body scanners will be removed from Port Columbus by the end of March.
Funeral arrangements are pending for a U.S. Navy sailor from Noble County who died during a diving accident.
A Columbus charter school is closing its doors for good at the end of classes today.
The families of three Chardon High School students shot and killed in February of last year students are suing the teenage gunman and his family.
The Ohio House Finance Committee has approved Republican Governor John Kasich's proposal to raise 1.5 billion dollars for state highway projects through Ohio Turnpike bonds.
Columbus officials have released their proposed Capital Improvements Budget for the year.
Billboards sponsored by Triple-A are reminding drivers about the state's new ban on texting while driving.
Stark County parks officials say work will begin later this year to close a gap in the Ohio-and-Erie Canal Towpath Trail.
Officials say a radar upgrade at the National Weather Service office in Cleveland will allow forecasters to get a more accurate look at severe weather.
A Circleville man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison after pleading guilty to a drug-related robbery and slaying.
Columbus police say power has been restored to customers in Obetz following a crash on Williams Road that knocked down a utility pole late last night.
The teenager charged with shooting and killing three classmates and wounding two others at Chardon High School last year pleaded guilty today as part of a plea deal.
The Ohio Department of Health says the number of new flu cases keeps dropping.
A series of automatic federal budget cuts loom at the end of the week, and the White House has issued a list of how the cuts might affect Ohio.
Columbus City Council last night approved legislation clearing the deed of the Walnut Hills Golf Course on Livingston Avenue.
Ohio Tea Party activists say they will back Republican candidates who challenge any GOP lawmakers voting for the expansion of Medicaid.
Testimony resumes today in the trial of the alleged mastermind of the slayings of three men lured to Eastern Ohio with bogus on-line job ads.