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Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Weekend Newswatch

Ward 7 Alderman Joe McMenamin on CWLP

Joey talks with Joe McMenamin on his hesitation on updating some of the CWLP Dallman generating units for natural gas start up.

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Tim Griffin on his future with the city

Joey talks with now former Ward 10 Alderman Tim Griffin on his resignation from the Springfield City Council and the City Council Coordinator position.

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“Harvey” opens at the Hoogland this weekend

Joey talks with Ann Opferman, who plays Veta Louis Simmons, and Chuck McCue who plays Elwood P. Dowd in “Harvey” which opens at the Hoogland Center for the Arts this weekend.

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The President at APEC

President Obama is getting credit for his work at the Asia Pacific Economic Conference.

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Landing on a comet

Peter King from CBS Radio News talks with Joey as the European Space Agency’s probe Philae (FEE-LAY) lander descends onto comet.

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What kind of winter will we have?

Now that we are seeing our first prolonged cold snap of the season, Joey talks with Senior Forecaster Daryl Onton at the National Weather Service in Lincoln about the outlook for the winter.

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The U.S. and China agree to emission cuts

The U.S. and China have introduces long term plans to curb emissions of carbon dioxide and other gasses linked to climate change.

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Communication Professor Ray Schroeder on Net Neutrality

Joey talks with Ray Schroeder, Associate Vice Chancellor for Online Learning at the University of Illinois Springfield on Net Neutrality.

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The Illinois State Millitary Museum

On this Veteran’s Day, Joey talks with Stewart Reeve, the Director of the Illinois State Military Museum.

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Ebola Dr. leaving the hospital virus free today

A New York city Dr. diagnosed with Ebola will leave the hospital today free of the virus.

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Extension Sought for Medical Marijuana Program

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Medical marijuana has gotten off to a slow start in Illinois, so one state lawmaker wants to push back the finish line.

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SEIU Rallies to Find Funding for Child Care Program

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The program's money is about to run out, part of the current fiscal year's budget problems.

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U of I Asks Court to Dismiss Professor’s Lawsuit

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University lawyers say Steven Salaita had no "binding contract''.

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U.S. Court Declines to Decide Illinois Benefits Issue

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A federal appeals court in Chicago has declined to resolve a contentious issue over whether Illinois' constitution strictly bars the reduction of retiree benefits.

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Deere & Co. Prepares for Largest Revenue Drop Ever

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Sales are forecast to fall 17 percent this fiscal year from 2014.