Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Joey talks with Campaign Manger of Independent Maps, Dave Mellet about the progress the organization is having, and a new study about mapping.
Joey talks with Pam VanAlstine, the President of the Lincoln Monument Association about a new documentary called “Now He Belongs to the Ages: Lincoln Tomb.”
Joey talks with Albert Capati about a new show opening at the Hoogland Center for the Arts this weekend. The show also stars Hope Cherry and Reggie Guyton.
St. Louis Football fans are still licking their wounds after learning this week that the Rams will be returning to Los Angeles. It’s the second time the city has lost an NFL franchise.
Part one of WTAX anchor/reporter Dave Dahl’s conversation with Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner about his first year in office.
Part one of WTAX Anchor/reporter Dave Dahl’s conversation with Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner about his first year in office.
Faced with mounting debt, young people often site the cost of college and the enormous amount of student loans needed to cover the tab as one of their most important issues in the presidential race.
Joey talks with Congressman Darin LaHood to get his thoughts on the President’s State of the Union address.
Joey talks with Springfield Ward 7 Alderman Joe McMenamin about the city council meeting, the money owed to the city from the state of Illinois, and current ethics cases.
Joey talks with the emcee of the upcoming Cardinal Caravan Chris Hrabe. Get more information on the Cardinal Caravan here.