Morning Newswatch Podcasts
South Carolina holds it’s democratic primary tomorrow. Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton is hoping for not just a victory, but a sizable one over Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
Joey talks with the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency’s Chris Wills about a new las book that Abraham Lincoln used, that is now back in Springfield.
Joey talks with Dr. Virginia Dolan, a pediatrician with Memorial Physician Services-Koke Mill and one of the doctors with the newly launched Memorial Center for Healthy Families.
What would it be like for lawmakers on Capitol Hill to have to deal with Donald Trump or a Trump administration if he were to win the presidency.
Joey talks with Springfield Ward 3 Alderman Doris turner about recycling, rail consolidation and the city budget.
Joey talks with the Central Illinois Film Commission President Dean Williams about free showings of the Lincoln Funeral Procession Re-enactment video this Friday.
President Obama has given congress a plan to close the U.S. military detention center at Guantanamo Bay Cuba and transfer dozens of remaining detainees to secure prisons on american soil.
Joey talks with Springfield Ward 7 Alderman Joe McMenamin about his no vote on the city budget and about pensions.
Joey talks with Congressman Darin LaHood about taking up the co-chair position of the U.S.-China working Group.
The government says about 20% of adolescents suffer from a diagnosed mental health condition like depression or anxiety, yet more are not getting the help they need.