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Morning Newswatch

“Chick Soup for the Soul” author at Women’s Power Lunch Against Cancer

Joey talk with the keynote speaker for the 2015 Women’s Power Lunch Against Cancer, LeAnn Thieman. She is one of the “Chicken Soup for the Soul” book series’ most prolific
authors. The event is coming up Friday, April 24 at the President Abraham
Lincoln Hotel. Call 217-545-2955 or register online at www.siumed.edu/cancer.

Weekend Newswatch

What does the competition look like for Hillary Clinton?

Hillary Clinton announced in a video that she is running for president, and if former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley wants to run for president, he will have an uphill battle.

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Hillary Clinton announces a run for the White House

Hillary Clinton has announced in a video that she is running for President of the United States. What will her record as secretary of state, U.S. senator and first lady mean as she runs?

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Devistation after tornadoes in northern Illinois

Joey talks with reporter Jenna Dooley from WNIJ in Dekalb about what she saw after tornadoes tore through two northern Illinois towns.

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Nicole Evans candidate for 186 sub-district 3, on being 12 votes down

Blake Handley won District 186 Sub-district 3 with the counts as of election night, there there are only 12 votes separating him and Nicole Evans. Joey talks with Nicole about her plans for the race.

Weekend Newswatch

“Our American Cousin” Opens this weekend at the Hoogland

Lora Beavers, Keith Wilson and director Pam Brown join Joey to talk about “Our American Cousin” which opens tonight at the Hoogland Center for the Arts.

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Dash cam video of that South Carolina police shooting has been released

Joey talks with Steve Futterman with CBS Radio News about what we know now that dash cam video has been released in that police shooting in South Carolina.

Morning Newswatch

School Board member Adam Lopez on his run for Congress

Joey talks with Adam Lopez who has announce he wants to become the Democratic nominee in the upcoming special election to fill the seat vacated by former Congressman Aaron Schock.

Weekend Newswatch

What will happen to The Autism Program (TAP)?

Joey talks with Mark Schmidt spokesperson for The Autism Program (TAP) about what will happen to the families served by the program now that Governor Rauner has suspended fundeing for the rest of this fiscal year and plans to eliminate $4.3 million dollars for TAP for next year.

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The next step in the Boston Marathon bombing trial

A guilty verdict has been returned on all 30 counts in the Boston Marathon bombing trial.

Recent Headlines

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Early Voting to Begin in Special Schock Replacement Primary

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Early voting starts Thursday for the special election to pick the Democratic and Republican candidates to possibly replace Aaron Schock as 18th District Congressman.

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Langfelder Talks About Appointments

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Four of Mayor Jim Langfelder's department head appointments will be voted on by the Springfield City Council next week.

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Rauner Revises Hiring Plan

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Gov. Bruce Rauner's office has revised its plan to change state hiring to allay concerns of Democrats and unions.

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Bloomington Man Deemed “Sexually Dangerous” to be Released from Treatment

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A psychiatrist has testified that a 35-year-old Bloomington man who has been in a state treatment program for sexually dangerous people since he was 15 is eligible to be released.

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Former Dixon Comptroller to Give Up Horse Trophies

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Rita Crundwell can't keep a collection of horse trophies and other personal items stored in Illinois and Wisconsin.