Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Weekend Newswatch

Secret Service Failures

Joey and Peter Maer with CBS Radio News talk about the failures of the Secret Service that allowed a fence jumper to reach well into the White House.

Morning Newswatch

Scott McFarland

Joey talks with Scott McFarland who has announced his candidacy for the Springfield City Council – Ward 4.

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UIS Student Union

Vice Chancellor for Development at University of Illinois Springfield, Dr. Jeff Lorber talks with Joey about tonight’s campaign kickoff for the UIS Student Union.

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White House Intruder

The recent White House intruder made it much farther than previously disclosed.

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The Springfield Flyover

Joey talk with the Director of the Division of Public and Inter modal transportation – IDOT, Joe Shacter on the publice meeting Tuesday night about the Springfield Flyover.

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U.S. Airstrikes

CBS Military Consultant Jeff McCausland gives Joey the latest on the U.S. airstrikes against Islamic State and President Obama’s “60 Minutes” appearance.

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O’Hare & Midway

It was a tough weekend in for air travelers as flight delays continue after a fire that shut down O’Hare and Midway late last week.

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UIS Nursing

Joey talks with Derek Schnapp about the new nursing program coming to the University of Illinois Springfield.

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Mother Road Festival

Kim Rosendahl joins Joey to talk about the International Route 66 Mother Road Festival downtown this weekend.

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Eric Holder Replacement

Attorney general Eric Holder is stepping down as soon as a replacement can be identified. He made the announcement yesterday with the president by his side.

Recent Headlines

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Rauner’s Inauguration Committee Announces Concert Lineup

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Illinois Republican gubernatorial candidate businessman Bruce Rauner participates in a Republican gubernatorial candidate debate Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014, in Springfield, Ill. The four Republican gubernatorial candidates said that they’ll be willing to work with unions if elected but differed on how to approach the relationship during a downstate debate that largely focused on pension reform, taxes and just briefly on personal issues that have dogged some of the candidates.

Country star, blues legend part of the festivities

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US Senator Kirk Sounds Alarm in Wake of Sony “Hack Attack”

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May ask Sony executives to appear in Washington DC

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No One Injured in Sunday Shootings, Police Looking for Suspects

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No one's in custody yet after a pair of shootings on Springfield's east side Sunday afternoon.

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Mayor Houston Releases Proposed Budget Numbers

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Council to begin discussions next month

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Governor Makes Annual Trip to Visit Wounded Illinois Soldiers

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Also urges others to donate frequent flier miles