Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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Calm in Ferguson

There was a change in mood in Ferguson Missouri – after days of unrest, calm returned last night.

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A New Chapter for Baghdad

The prime minster of Iraq has relinquished power – opening a new political chapter in that country.

Morning Newswatch

Ferguson MO

Joey talks with Michael Calhoun from KMOX radio in St. Louis about the continuing unrest in Ferguson Missouri.

Morning Newswatch

Pajama Game

Joey visits with some of the cast of “The Pajama Game”, Mark Wheeler (Sid Sorokin), Carrie Branson (Mae) and Austin Dambacher (Prez). The show opens Friday night at Theater in the Park.

Weekend Newswatch

Depression

In the wake of the suicide of Robin Williams, Joey talks with Dr. Laura Shea from SIU School of Medicine about depression.

Morning Newswatch

Gaza

Maya Karmely Consul for Public Affairs at the Consulate General of Israel to the Midwest talks with Joey on progress for peace in Gaza.

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Alderman Frank Edwards

Ward 1 Alderman Frank Edwards joins Joey to talk about the City council Committee of the Whole meeting and the Esquire theater building.

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Tony Stewart and Racing at the Fair

Bob Sargent with Track Enterprises in Macon talks with Joey about the Tony Stewart situation and racing at the Illinois State Fair this weekend.

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Looking for Lincoln

Executive Director Sarah Watson of Looking for Lincoln discusses the expanded presence at the Illinois State Fair in this podcast (truncated due to technical difficulties).

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Robin Williams – 1

Remembering comedian and actor Robin Williams who was found dead in his Northern California Home.

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Springfield School District Still Focusing on Security

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Gill: School district taking on safety head-on

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Grimm Polling Between 6 and 7 Percent in Governor’s Race Poll

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The Libertarian candidate for governor is getting 6 or 7 percent in public opinion polls, which is greater than the lead that Gov. Pat Quinn enjoys in recent polls.

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Chicago Civil War Site Recognized

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The former site of a Civil War training and prisoner of war camp on the South Side of Chicago has received formal recognition.

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Concealed/Carry Not a Problem for Most Cops

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Cops always expect the unexpected

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Central Illinois Teens Working as Election Judges

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Dozens of high school students in central Illinois will serve as election judges at the polls this Election Day.