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.
President Obama begins airing a two-minute television appeal in Ohio and six other states today.
Ohio State University President Gordon Gee has spent 7.7 million dollars on top of his record-setting compensation to travel, entertain, and maintain his 96-hundred square-foot mansion.
Bond is set at 100-thousand dollars for the man Columbus Police have dubbed "The Hilltop Creeper."
Conservative lobbyist Ralph Reed says his Faith and Freedom Coalition is sending out over 51-million copies of its voters guide to people in Ohio and three other Presidential battleground states.
The deadline for Ohioans to register to vote in the November election is October 9th.
A memorial service is expected later this week for a former Ohio State football player who died suddenly at his Westerville home.
A Franklin County Grand Jury has cleared two Columbus police officers in the shooting death of a burglary suspect who they say struck one of them with an SUV as he tried to escape.
Marion Police say charges are pending against the man whose 2-year-old son accidentally shot him on Sunday.
Columbus City Council last night approved legislation giving tax breaks to three companies.
A progressive group has filed a complaint with the Federal Elections Commission over tv ads from Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's campaign.
Republican Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan says President Obama's attempt to cut military spending is putting Americans at risk overseas.
Columbus Police say a man was found dead overnight in a possible drowning at his Northwest Side townhome.
Columbus-based Huntington Bank says it will donate one-million dollars over the next three years to the Columbus Urban League for job training and small business support in the city's core neighborhoods.
The Franklin County Board of Elections has dismissed a slate of voter-registration challenges lodged by the Ohio Voter Integrity Project.
Former Ohio Schools Superintendent Stan Heffner will not face criminal charges, despite questions about his work for an educational testing contractor.
A New Mexico-based company is recalling 76 types of peanut butter and almond butter after one of its products was linked to a salmonella outbreak at Trader Joe's stores.
Funeral services will be held Monday for an off-duty Columbus Police officer who died this week after her vehicle collided head-on with an ambulance.
The state says dispatcher error and a blind spot were factors in Wednesday's coal mine rail car collision in Perry County that injured five men.
The State Highway Patrol says two men were injured yesterday when a driver failed to stop at an Erie County railroad crossing and struck a train car.
The Ohio Elections Commission has found probable cause that a mailer paid for by the Ohio Republican Party violates state election law.