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Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch

Entering week three with no budget in Illinois

Joey talks with University of Illinois Professor of Political Science Dr. Kent Redfield about the state entering its third week without a budget.

Weekend Newswatch

Live from Mexico City on the escape of El Chapo

Joey talks with Adrienne Bard with CBS Radio News about the amazing excape of drug kingpin, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.


Rallies are cropping up to keep the confederate flag

The national push to pull the confederate flag from stores and public displays is being met with resistance in some parts of the country.

Morning Newswatch

Representative Avery Bourne on the Budget

Joey talks with State Representative Avery Bourne about the continuing budget mess at the Illinois Statehouse.

Weekend Newswatch

“Seussical” opens this weekend at the Muni

Joey talks with Alex Remolina (JoJo), and Jeff Prince (General G.K. Schmitz) about musical “Swussical” which opens at the Muni this weekend.


That government data breach was bigger that we thought

Here’s a phrase that we have gotten used to when it comes to comes to government data breaches…it was far worse than we were initially lead to believe.

Morning Newswatch

Darin LaHood on his win in the special primary for the 18th District

Joey talks with State Senator Darin LaHood on his win in the special primary for the 18th Congressional District seat vacated by Aaron Schock.

Weekend Newswatch

Rob Mellon on his win in the special primary for the 18th District

Joey talks with the winner of the special primary for the 18th Congressional District seat that was vacate by Aaron Schock.


Gearing up for reductions in the military

We are expected to hear the formal announcement today that the U.S. Army is cutting more that 40,000 troops over the next two years.


School District 186 board votes to buy more security cameras

Joey talks with District 186 School Board President Mike Zimmers about the board voting to purchase additional security cameras for Springfield middle and high schools.

Recent Headlines

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Medical Merger Looms


Illinois Hospital Association, Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council

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Oswego Man Challenges Kirk


"Grassroots" effort for conservative Marter

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Langfelder: Residency Requirement Ordinance Next Month

5-26-15 Langfelder

The city had a residency requirement for decades until aldermen removed it in 2000.

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SIU HealthCare Launches Online Patient Portal

SIU Health Portal

Patients of SIU HealthCare can now manage their health records online.

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Effort to Save Dick Van Dyke’s Childhood Home

Mary Poppins 50th Anniversary Screening at AFI Fest at TLC Chinese Theater

Featuring: Dick Van Dyke
Where: Los Angeles, California, United States
When: 10 Nov 2013
Credit: Nikki Nelson/WENN.com

A foundation has taken possession of the boyhood home of Dick and Jerry Van Dyke, brothers who made it big in show business.