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.
One of the nation's first public housing complexes is being turned to rubble.
Columbus police are investigating a deadly home invasion style robbery attempt on the East side.
State health officials say two more Ohioans have been made ill from fungal meningitis through injections of tainted steroids that were sold by a Massachusetts company.
A New York appeals court has ruled a former high school athlete shot in 2003 in Buffalo may sue the companies that made and distributed the handgun used in the crime.
A Columbus man has been charged with two counts of felonious assault following a weekend shooting.
Ohio's largest casino opened yesterday, nearly three years after voters approved the construction of four casinos in the state.
Jury selection begins today in the trial of 17-year-old Brogan Rafferty, who is charged in a fatal scheme to lure victims with phony on-line job offers.
Ashtabula police say they are investigating the slaying of a woman and her daughter.
Upper Arlington City Council last night approved a measure banning texting while driving.
Political campaigns and community organizers are making their final push to register people to vote today, the last day of registration.
President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are scheduled to speak in Ohio this evening.
The city of Columbus is spending $1.9 million on new technology for the municipal 911 call system, allowing people to send videos, text messages and photos during an emergency.
Final preparations are have been made for President Obama's visit to Cleveland State University today.
The Ohio elections commission has now approved a settlement between backers of the group pushing the redistricting issue on the November ballot, the Ohio Republican Party, and another opposition group.
Columbus police say the body of a man has been found a week after his co-workers reported him missing.
The man Columbus police have dubbed the "Hilltop Creeper" was indicted by a Franklin County grand jury yesterday.
The Fairfield County woman authorities are calling the "Sweetheart Swindler" is headed back to prison.
The former Columbus police officer accused of sexual misconduct with teenage girls will stay in jail until his trial.
The AFL-CIO says it has registered more than 450-thousand new voters from union households, including 68-thousand in Ohio, in a bid to help President Obama win re-election.
The first five games of the Columbus Blue Jackets' season have been scrapped because of the National Hockey League lockout.