Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Joey talks with Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder about yesterday’s Presidential visit.
Joey talks with exercise physiologist with Memorial Medical Center’s cardiopulmonary rehab department in the Koke Mill Medical Center, Tasha Lancaster about exercise and heart disease.
The results so far in the first two presidential nominating states of Iowa and New Hampshire may or may not be surprising to you, but the but the results have been a long time coming.
Joey talks with University of Illinois Springfield Political Science Professor Dr. Kent Redfield on the visit to Springfield by President Obama.
Joey talks with Ward 1 Alderman Chuck Redpath about last night’s Springfield City Council Meeting and the Springfield city budget.
Joey talks with Jacqueline Schwab who composed and played music for many Ken Burns documentaries, and is in town at the Hoogland for a WSEC-TV fund raiser on February 18th.
As presidential candidates either celebrate or strategize for what’s next after the New Hampshire primary, there is an issue that stays behind as they move on to the South Carolina primary, and that’s Heroine addiction.
Joey talks with Sangamon County Circuit Clerk and event chair for the Lincoln Day Dinner, Paul Palazzolo about the event that comes up Thursday.
Joey talks with congressman Rodney Davis about a bill that would make some big changes to the Federal Aviation Administration.
As New Hampshire residents head to the polls today to cast votes in the presidential primary, they should know that any hiccups the process are likely to be handled quickly by a team of lawyers on standby.