Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Out going director of the Springfield Convention and Visitors Bureau Fred Puglia stops by on his last day to visit with Joey on the Morning News Watch
Alex Degman talks with Kathy Sass, spokesperson for the Springfield Diocese about the Diocesan Review Boards findings.
Professor emeritus at the University of Illinois Springfield, Dr. Kent Redfield, joins Joey to talk about how Governor Chris Christie is handling the traffic gridlock scandal.
Joey McLaughlin talks with John Gregory of the Illinois Radio Network about what the republican candidates for governor are saying about the minimum wage.
Mark Kuhn and Patty Kuhn talk with Joey about how Springfield Clinic is celebrating it’s 75th anniversary by giving back to the community with GIVE75
Joey talks with Doug Truax who faces Jim Oberweis in the primary to see who will run against long time senator Senator Dick Durbin.
Joey talks with Illinois Department of Health Director LaMar Hasbrouk about frostbite and hypothermia.
Joey Talks with District 186 Superintendent designee about why things were not finalized last night at the school board meeting.
Joey McLaughlin talks with Illinois Emergency Agency Director Jonathan Monken about Governor Quinn declaring the state a disaster area.
Gary Hurley from City, Water, Light and Power joins Joey to talk about frozen pipes, and how to avoid them.