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Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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Analysis of the Illinois Supreme Court pension ruling

Joey talks with political science professor at the University of Illinois Springfield, Dr. Kent Redfield about the two rulings from the Illinois Supreme Court on pensions.


Outdoor electrical box safety from from SafeElectricity.Org

Joey talks with SafeElectricity.org’s Kyla Kruse about a new campaign focused on outdoor electrical box safety.

Business Over Coffee

Business Over Coffee with Charlie Ferguson

Charlie Ferguson talks Scheels this week on Business Over Coffee.

Weekend Newswatch

The Donald Trump vs Ted Cruz feud

The republican presidential race heads into the weekend sidetracked by a personal feud between Donald Trump and ted Cruz, and it involves their wives.

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Mayor Langfelder on the Fairgrounds and communication

Joey talks with Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder about annexing the Illinois State Fairgrounds and communication with Aldermen.

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Treating high blood pressure

Joey talks with Dr. Chris Camilleri, an internal medicine physician with Memorial Physician Services-Capitol Healthcare, part of Memorial Health System about high blood pressure.

Morning Newswatch

Preventing terror attacks through technolgy

Could the terror attacks in Brussels have been prevented with better technology like iris scans and facial recognition?

City of Springfield

Ward 10 Alderman Ralph Hanauer on the coal contract

Joey talks with Springfield Ward 10 Alderman Ralph Hanauer abut the city council meeting last night, and the CWLP coal contract.

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Rep. Tim Butler on a non-profit foundation for the State Fairgrounds

Joey talks with Representative Tim Butler about his bill to form a non-profit foundation for the fairgrounds in Springfield and Duquoin.

Morning Newswatch

The American response to the Brussels terror attacks

What should the american response be to the attacks in Brussels?

Recent Headlines

14 hours ago in Local

New Director Named to ALPLM

FILE - In this Feb. 10, 2012 file photo, school students enter the "White House" as a life-size Abraham Lincoln replica stands outside, while touring the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, Ill. The chairman of the foundation behind the Library and Museum says fundraising is drying up because of tensions between library directors and the state agency that oversees it.

Governor Rauner announces two new appointees, one to the Lincoln Presidential Museum and Library.

17 hours ago in Local

Qik-N-Ez Robbery Suspect in Arrested

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Cody Desilva was found with two other subjects in a car on 4th Street early Saturday morning. The other two persons were released.

1 day ago in Local

Multiple Accident Ties Up Traffic: Police Cite Driver With Medical Emergency


A multiple accident ties up traffic in Springfield during morning rush hour.

1 day ago in Local

Home Health Care Advocates Beg Governor Rauner To Keep Overtime


Advocates of Home Health Care push for Governor Rauner to reconsider banning overtime

1 day ago in Local

Springfield-Based Ag Manufacturer Takes Over Utah Company

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A Springfield-based agriculture products manufacturer is on the move once again to expand its portfolio.