Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

computer

Some say there is a new digital divide

Some say there is evidence of a new digital divide.

medical

Want to work in the medical field?

Joey talks with Megan Hutcheson, a sourcing manager for Human Resources at Memorial Health System about a recruitment event coming up at Memorial.

Jim Langfelder

“Ask the Mayor” with Jim Langfelder – Segment 1

Joey talks with Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder about the “Y” Block, the visit next week by the President of the United States, the states unpaid CWLP bills and more.

Jim Langfelder

“Ask the Mayor” with Jim Langfelder – Segment 2

Joey talks with Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder about the “Y” Block, the visit next week by the President of the United States, the states unpaid CWLP bills and more.

Jim Langfelder

“Ask the Mayor” with Jim Langfelder – Segment 3

Joey talks with Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder about the “Y” Block, the visit next week by the President of the United States, the states unpaid CWLP bills and more.

Jim Langfelder

“Ask the Mayor” with Jim Langfelder – Segment 4

Joey talks with Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder about the “Y” Block, the visit next week by the President of the United States, the states unpaid CWLP bills and more.

City of Springfield

Springfield Ward 7 Alderman Joe McMenamin

Joey talks with Springfield Ward 7 Alderman Joe McMenamin about last night’s city council meeting.

football

What’s it like to be on the sidelines at the Super Bowl?

Joey talks with videographer Dave Willie who works for KCNC -TV in Denver about being on the sidelines as a cameraman for the Super Bowl.

school board headquarters

District 186 Superintendent Jennifer Gill

Joey talks about last nights District 186 school board meeting with Superintendent Jennifer Gill.

Morning Newswatch

Live from Iowa on last nights caucuses

Joey talks with CBS Radio News Correspondent Steve Futterman about the Iowa caucuses.

Recent Headlines

3 hours ago in Local

Senate Democrat Hopefuls Joust

capitol

First joint appearance for Duckworth, Harris, Zopp

16 hours ago in Local

Public Not Allowed at Obama Speech — But Will Be Broadcast Live on WTAX

President Barack Obama signs the Civil Rights History Project Act of 2009 bill into law in the Oval Office of the White House. With President Obama are from left: Rep. Mike Quigley (D-IL); Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY); Rep. Sanford Bishop (D-GA); Rep. Lacy Clay (D-MO); Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC) and Rep. John Lewis (D-GA).
Washington

Where: DC, United States
When: 12 May 2009
Credit: WENN

A spokesman for Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan says the public will not be able to attend when President Barack Obama delivers a speech in the Illinois House chamber on Wednesday.

16 hours ago in Local

State Museum Prepared to Re-Open — If Lawmakers Allow It

2-8-16 Illinois State Museum

The Illinois State Museum can open once again. But State Department of Natural Resources head Wayne Rosenthal says not yet.

16 hours ago in Local

Davis Proposes FAA, Air Traffic Control Operations Changes

2-8-16 Davis

Davis and and a Democratic Congressman are proposing that that Air Traffic Control operations be run by a not-for-profit entity.

16 hours ago in Local

Report: Police Program Helped Man Who Prostituted Teen

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A newspaper report says a man who's serving 15 years in prison for running an underage prostitution operation did so out of an apartment obtained with the help of the Peoria Police Department.