Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Joey talk with the Executive Assistant to Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder, Bonnie Drew about the State halting gaming revenue payments because of the budget stalemate.
Joey talks with Sherman Mayor Trevor Clatfelter about the village’s budget surplus and progress on the new park in front of the Rail Golf Course.
In the complicated debate over the nuclear deal with Iran, there are four silent figures who are not directly part of the conversation, but now far from it either, but their roll might be growing.
Joey talks with Senator Andy Manar about the budget, who is being hurt now by the lack of one, and what it will take to get a budget deal.
Joey talks with the Director of the Office of Public Leadership at the Institute of Government and Public Affairs, Rick Wink about the Edgar Fellows Program and the announcement of the class of 2015.
It appears that an Arizona republican senator represents President Obama’s best shot at getting at least one GOP senate vote for his Iran nuclear accord, and it’s not John McCain. It’s Jeff Flake, who may be the one the administration needs to trumpet bi-partisan support for the agreement.
Joey talks with Congressman Rodney Davis about the GMO labeling bill that the house passed last week, and about the Lafayette theater shooting.
Joey talks with WWL Radio’s Dave Cohen and the man who stood up in a Lafayette, Louisiana movie theater last week and began shooting indiscriminately into the crowd, killing two and wounding nine. Funerals will be held today for both of the women who were killed
As the U.S. Army gets ready for the next war, are the days of the Humvee over?
Joey talks with Springfield Public Works Director Mark Mahoney about last weekends recycling event that lead to traffic jams around the fair grounds, and how to get electronics recycled properly in the city.