Morning Newswatch Podcasts
The Wall street journal is reporting this morning, that the Islamic State is running a self sustaining economy in territory across Syria and Iraq, making it one of the richest terror groups and an unprecedented threat.
Ward 6 Alderman Cory Jobe joins Joey to talk about the Springfield City Council meeting.
CBS Radio News Military Analyst Mike Lyons talks with Joey about the American killed while fighting for ISIS, and the latest on possible U.S. air strikes in Syria.
Joey talks with Dr. Joseph Henkel, Chief, Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care at the SIU School of medicine about electronic cigarettes.
University of Illinois Springfield assistant professor of Public Administration Tosha Cantrell-Bruce talks with Joey about why the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is so popular.
Joey talks with Sherman Mayor Trevor Clatfelter about bringing back the Sherman Homecoming at the site of a new Sherman park.
Joey gives you the highlights of Monday nights Prime Time Emmy show.
Joey talks with CNET’s Editor at Large Brian Cooley about the latest techie stuff your kid might want as they get back to school.
Jim Krasula from CBS Radio News talks with Joey about developments in Ferguson, MO over the weekend, and the funeral of Michael Brown.
A powerful 6.0 earthquake shook northern California yesterday morning, and how did the Islamic State get so big so fast?