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Weekend Newswatch

How goes the Cuba/U.S.A. relationship?

It’s been one year since the opening of relations between the U.S. and Cuba Yahoo has a week long series focusing on the island nation.

Morning Newswatch

Alderman Proctor on the Ethics Committee

Joey talks with Ward 5 Alderman Andrew Proctor about his no vote this past week at the Springfield City Council meeting on the Ethics Committee.

Weekend Newswatch

How are some presidential candidates staying in the race?

With thirteen of the main sixteen of the main Republican presidential candidates still in the race, many are wondering how much longer can those drawing such small support stay in the race?


Ward 10 Alderman Ralph Hanauer

Joey talks with Ward 10 Alderman Ralph Hanauer about the Ethics Committee decisions made at last nights city council meeting.


“Truckload of Warmth” drive

Joey talks with Travis Blaney with Two Men and a Truck on this years “Truckload of Warmth Drive.”

Morning Newswatch

Crimestoppers on Campus

Joey talks with Crimestoppers Coordinator Mike Badger about “Campus Crimestoppers” in Springfield School District 186.

Weekend Newswatch

Marco Rubio and his “Power Ranking”

This might be a bit hard to square when you take national polls into account, but Florida Senator Marco Rubio has vaulted to first place in the “Power Rankings” complied by National Journals Hotline.


CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman on the Last GOP Debate

Will Stevenson, filling in for Joey McLaughlin, talks with CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman about the last GOP presidential debates…

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Mayor Jim Langfelder on Pensions and More

Will Stevenson, filling in for Joey McLaughlin, spoke with Mayor Jim Langfelder following a Monday night “pension summit” at City…


A New — But Familiar — Issue in the Presidential Campaign

Problems at the VA are once again in the news — this time, though, it’s because they’ve been brought up…

Recent Headlines

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State Museum to Reopen with Governor’s Amendatory Veto

Illinois State Museum

Rauner has amendatorily vetoed a bill lawmakers approved a few months ago that would reopen the museum and all its satellite locations.

3 hours ago in Local

Woman Convicted of Involuntary Manslaughter of Child Sentenced

Cammie Kelly

Cammie Kelly is going to prison for four years.

3 hours ago in Local

Students to Rauner: Don’t Close Our National Guard Armory

Delavan High School Students

Students from the Peoria area showed up at the Capitol in an effort to save their local National Guard Armory from closing.

4 hours ago in Local

Rauner Touts Government Consolidation


The proposals include legislation allowing voters to decide whether to dissolve units of local government.

6 hours ago in Local

Artifacts to be Removed from Rock Island Arsenal Collection

Rock Island Arsenal

About 3,200 artifacts will be removed from the Rock Island Arsenal Museum's collection amid an upcoming reduction in staff.