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.
Licking County sheriff's deputies are investigating the discovery of another pipe bomb at a Pataskala residence yesterday.
Passenger traffic at Port Columbus fell by 1.6 percent in April, the eighth consecutive monthly decline.
A Central Ohio man convicted of killing a State Highway Patrol Trooper will be moved off death row.
A Delaware County community has a new Police Chief.
Two Louisiana prison inmates were sentenced to life behind bars yesterday for the kidnapping and slaying of a Sunbury businessman abducted from a Mississippi hotel after they escaped in 2011.
Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory says a lack of immigration reform is stymieing economic growth and innovation in his city.
Authorities are asking for the public's help in solving the cold-case slaying of a Hocking County greenhouse owner three years ago.
A prisoners' rights group has sued a former prison doctor charging he violated the civil rights of an inmate who committed suicide after allegedly being denied pain medication.
Officials at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton say more than 10 thousand civilian employees will get furlough notices beginning Friday.
The village of Elmwood Place in Southwest Ohio is down to two council members after the majority resigned.
Lancaster police say an 11-year-old boy helped save his sister from a would-be kidnapper on Monday.
The Columbus Board of Zoning Adjustment has approved plans to raze at least part of the Poindexter Village housing complex on the East side.
Community activists from around the country are meeting at Cleveland State University today to discuss solutions to gang violence.
Former Ohio House Minority Leader Armond Budish today is announcing he will run for Cuyahoga County executive.
Cincinnati police say they are keeping a closer watch on repeat offenders and working hard to get more information from victims of violent crime.
The board of the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation today approved Governor John Kasich's proposal to give 1 billion dollars worth of cash rebates to businesses, local governments and schools.
With reports of thefts of smartphones circulating online, Democratic U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio is proposing a bill to make it a felony to resell stolen cell phones.
Columbus-based shoe retailer DSW reports a first-quarter profit of 34.5 million dollars, compared with nearly 40 million in the same period a year ago.
Columbus Health authorities have ordered a South Side restaurant closed for the week after inspectors found several food-safety violations.
A private equity firm has purchased a Columbus magnet factory.