Morning Newswatch Podcasts
President Obama’s decision to launch military strikes in Iraq carries a lot of political risk.
There are early indications that three days of U.S. air strikes are having an effect on the terrorists that have overrun large portions of Iraq.
The western word has major concerns win Syria as it tries to prevent the advances of the terrorist group called the Islamic State or ISIS.
CBS Military Consultant Mike Lyons talks with Joey about President Obama’s decision to OK new air strikes in Iraq.
Joey talks with Jorge Villegas, associate professor of Business Administration at University of Illinois Springfield about inversion and Walgreens decision not to do it.
Joey talks with Rich McCoy and Darin Harms, the stars of “Greater Tuna” which opens this weekend at the Hoogland Center for the Arts.
The nation’s top health expert says he’s confident a large Ebola outbreak wont’ happen in the U.S.
Joey talks with Illinois State Fair Director Amy Bliefnick about the twilight parade and the opening of the fair.
UIS infectious Disease Expert Dr. Josiah Alamu talks with Joey about the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Ward 7 Alderman Joe McMenamin joins Joey to discuss last night’s Springfield City Council meeting and the use of the PILOT funds.