Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch

Political consultant Thom Serafin on the Schock resignation

Political consultant Thom Serafin with Serafin & Associates talks with Joey about the resignation of Aaron Schock.

Weekend Newswatch

UIS political science professor on Aaron Schock resignation

Joey talks with Dr. Kent Redfield, a political science professor at the university of Illinois to get some analysis of the Aaron Schock resignation.

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Benjamin Netanyahu will keep his job at PM of Israel

It was a come from behind victory for Benjamin Netanyahu and his Likud party in the Israeli elections.

Morning Newswatch

The teacher dress code and the 186 board meeting

Joey talks with District 186 School Board member Adam Lopez about the teacher dress code and extending the superintendents contract.

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Robert Durst, HBO and “The Jinx”

Joey talks with Steve Futterman with CBS Radio News about the Robert Durst arrest that has been all over the news for the past few days.

Weekend Newswatch

The Israeli election and a house republican budget

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in a battle to stay in office, and house republicans are rolling out a proposed budget.

Morning Newswatch

The Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce CEO & President

Joey talks with the CEO and President of the Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce about economic development in Springfield.

Weekend Newswatch

A 2015 Lincoln Funeral Coalition progress report

Katie Spindell, Chair of the 2015 Lincoln Funeral Coalition talks with joey about progress on all of the upcoming events slated for the Lincoln funeral reenactment.

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Ferguson arrests cop shooter…& community policing

Authorities in St. Louis county have arrested a man in connection with the shooting of two police officers last week in Ferguson Missouri.

Morning Newswatch

Springfield mayoral candidate Jim Langfelder on CWLP

Joey talks with candidate for mayor of Springfield, Jim Langfelder on his plans for City, Water, Light and Power should he be elected….and on Cobra Commander!

Recent Headlines

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Millionaires’ Tax Falls Short

Illinois Speaker of the House Michael Madigan, D-Chicago, talks from the speakers podium in the House chambers Tuesday, May 13, 2014, in Springfield Ill. The Illinois Legislature resumes work toward its end of May deadline.

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Butler: Campaign Donation Doesn’t Impact Relationship with Governor

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State Representative Tim Butler got some political campaign cash from Governor Bruce Rauner.

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Senate Approves Medical Marijuana Program Extension, Heads to Governor

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Dispensaries could begin selling the product later this year. The legislation extends the program to four years after that date.

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Senate Passes Pot Decriminalization, Measure Heads to Governor

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The Illinois Senate has approved legislation that would treat possession of small amounts of marijuana like a speeding ticket rather than a crime

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Illinois Unemployment Rate Holds Steady at 6%

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Illinois' unemployment rate held steady over the last month.