Morning Newswatch Podcasts
The Democratic debate was a great opportunity for the lesser know candidates to gain some publicity. They have all been struggling to get traction.
Joey talks with Illinois State Treasurer Mike Frerichs on how his office is dealing whith the budget stalemate.
Joey talks with Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder about why he will soon introduce a residency requirement for new city employees.
The ‘No Labels’ movement in Washington is trying to create momentum about its problem solving approach by staging an event in New Hampshire in the midst of a presidential primary.
Joey talks with registered nurse and community cancer education coordinator for Memorial Medical Center’s Regional Cancer Center, Celeste Wile on the return of Mammogram Monday in central Illinois.
Joey talks with CBS Radio News Steven Portnoy live from Capitol Hill to get the latest on Paul Ryan and others who might be Speaker of the House.
As law enforcement officials struggle to cope with a sudden unexplained rise in violent crime in many cities, they find themselves hampered by an outdated system for gathering national crime data that leaves them blind on such basic questions like how many murders happened last month.
Joey talks with University of Illinois Springfield Dr. Kent Redfield about the talk from the Governor and the Democrats on the budget.
Joey talks with Mary Alice Davis, chairman of the Cemetery Walk committee and president of the Sangamon County Historical Society about the return of the Oak Ridge Cemetery Walk.
Most states right now are benefiting from growing tax collections as the national economy continues to grow….this allows them to balance budgets in the spring largely avoiding deep cuts or tax increases.