Podcasts

Podcasts

Morning Newswatch

Monday, July 28, 201407/28/2014

Syria & War Crimes

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

U.S. investigators now believe that at least 10 thousand people were tortured and killed between 2011 and 2013 in Syria as part of a crackdown on opponents of Syrian president Assad.

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Monday, July 28, 201407/28/2014

Russia and Ukraine

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

The U.S. says it has proof of Russia’s involvement in Ukraine, and the latest on Malaysian flight MH17′s black boxes.

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Monday, July 28, 201407/28/2014

Broken Truce

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Another truce has been broken in the Gaza strip.

Law Talk

Saturday, July 26, 201407/26/2014

Law Talk — 07/26/14

In Law Talk Podcasts

Our hosts today are Tom Pavlik and David Stjern.

Springfield Business Journal

Saturday, July 26, 201407/26/2014

Springfield Business Journal Report

In Weekend Newswatch Podcasts

Springfield Business Journal Report 7/26/14

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Saturday, July 26, 201407/26/2014

Entertainment With The Illinois Times

In Weekend Newswatch Podcasts

Entertainment with The Illinois Times 07/26/14

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Friday, July 25, 201407/25/2014

Focus – 7/27

In Focus Podcasts

Show Date: July 27, 2014

Weekend Newswatch

Friday, July 25, 201407/25/2014

Jackson Street Corridor

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey discusses the Jackson St. Corridor with Paul O’Shea the chairman of the Historic Preservation Fund and planning and design coordinator for the city of Springfield.

Morning Newswatch

Friday, July 25, 201407/25/2014

Fracking

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Tom Wolf, executive director of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce‚Äôs Energy Council about why it’s taking so long for the State of Illinois to come up with fracking rules.

Morning Newswatch

Friday, July 25, 201407/25/2014

Korean War National Museum

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

President and Chief Executive Officer at The Korean War National Museum Tony Enrietto talks with Joey about the re-dedication of the museum.

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Maintaining common standards in online college coursework is the goal of a new state law

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Illinois coal exports have risen sharply in recent years, even as its high sulfur content limits its demand in the U.S.

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A downtown Taylorville business is closed after part of its building collapsed over the weekend.

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Cameras Could Appear in Sangamon County Courtrooms

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Half a dozen central Illinois counties could soon join a pilot project that allows cameras in court.

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U of I Research: Stem Cells Could Repair Exercised Muscles

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Stem cell research could lead to repairs to muscles damaged by vigorous exercise.