Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Joey talks with CBS News political analyst Professor Leonard Steinhorn about the roll Illinois plays in the presidential primary this year.
Allegations of ghost candidates have long haunted elections in Chicago, a city well known for political gamesmanship.
Joey talks to the new Illinois Historic Preservation Agency Director, Heidi Brown-McCreery.
Ward 6 Alderman and Director of the Illinois Office of Tourism, Cory Jobe talks with Joey about why he is backing John Kasich in the primary.
As Florida Senator Marco Rubio fights to keep his presidential bid alive by winning the republican primary in his home state tomorrow, he needs to perform strongly in one group in particular – Hispanics in southern and central Florida.
Joey talks with the Dean and Provost at the SIU School of Medicine and CEO of SIU HealthCare, Dr. Jerry Kruse on proposed cuts.
Joey talks with Rose Harmon, the writer and director of a new play that opens at the Edwards Place tonight about the wedding of Abe and Mary Lincoln. Get tickets by calling the Springfield Art. Association at 217.523.2631.
Every Friday Charlie Ferguson talks with a Springfield business on “Business over Coffee.” This week, Charlie talks with Barry Seidman from Barney’s Furniture.
It has to work out like this for Ohio Governor John Kasich in the republican presidential primary…he needs to win his home state this Tuesday to extend his campaign since he has yet to win a single primary or caucus.
Joey talks with Shawn Mayernick about The Springfield St. Patrick’s Day Parade, which is coming up Saturday.