Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Joey talks with the new owner of the Springfield Sliders, Todd Miller about the season which starts this weekend.
If she is elected, Hillary Clinton has said that she will put her husband in charge of the economy because “…he knows how to do it.”
Joey talks with the President and CEO of the Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce about the study they did on perceptions of the Springfield school district.
Joey talks with Illinois State Fair Manager Kevin Gordon about this year’s grandstand acts.
“Business Over Coffee” talking all about the Crowne Plaza in Springfield.
Young adults determined to pay off student loans or commit to a life of minimal debt are showing more and more interest in tiny homes.
Joey talked with Jess Kurti and Krista Lisser with the Central Illinois Foodbank. Jess is volunteering at the 200-plus food banks in the Feeding America network across the USA, AND running a marathon in every state!
Joey talks with Al Stare about the Barney’s Furniture, and it’s new location at the corner of Chatham Rd. and Wabash Avenue.
The Obama administration is quickly pushing out regulations, nearly one third faster in its final year than during the previous three.
Joey talks with Springfield Ward 9 Alderman Jim Donelan about City, water Light and Power, and the $30,000 the city is giving to a golf tournament coming to town.