Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Weekend Newswatch

SportsCare’s Women’s Biathlon

Joey talks with Stacy Curtis, the senior physical therapist for Memorial’s SportsCare and co-director of SportsCare’s women’s biathlon about the 7th annual biathlon.

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Ebola Situation Worsens

It’s gone from bad to worse in West Africa when it comes to Ebola.

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The ISIS Plan

President Obama is preparing to lay out plans for dealing with the terrorist group Islamic State.

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Mayoral Candidate, Gail Simpson

Joey talks with Alderman Gail Simpson after her announcement yesterday that she is seeking the post of Mayor of Springfield.

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Healthcare.Gov – Hacked!

Healthcare.gov has been hacked, and there is a coalition is forming to fight the Islamic State.

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SUSART membership drive

Jim Hoover Doug Rathbun visit with Joey about the Springfield Underwater Search And Rescue Team (SUSART) membership drive.

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Chief Winslow on Police Cameras

Springfield Police Chief Kenny Winslow talks with Joey about the Springfield Police Department getting wearable cameras.

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Mayor Houston on Police Cameras

Joey talks with Springfield Mayor Mike Houston on why he thinks the Springfield Police Department needs wearable cameras.

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Ferguson & Iraq

The latest on the situation in Iraq…and the justice department could announce today, that it’s is opening an inquiry into the Ferguson police department.

Morning Newswatch

Ask the Mayor Segment 1

Springfield Mayor Mike Houston joins Joey for his monthly visit on “Ask the Mayor.”

Recent Headlines

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Springfield Based Reporter Resigns Following Rauner Complaint

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Dave McKinney was the Chicago Sun-Times' Springfield bureau chief.

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Natural Gas Prices to Hold Steady This Winter

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No wide price swings expected this winter

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Elkhart Mine Expansion Vote Delayed

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Vote to extend waste site expected in November

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City Gives Attorney Additional $25k to Defend Police Officer

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The Springfield City Council will allow a police officer facing a lawsuit to be represented by an attorney of his choice -- but not everyone is on board with it.