Morning Newswatch Podcasts
This were quieter in Baltimore following the funeral of a man who died in custody earlier this month, the latest from Nepal and Bernie Sanders is running for President.
Joey talks with Ward 7 Alderman Joe McMenamin about the city council meeting last night and the financial situation with City, Water Light and Power.
Joey talks with PJ Staab about the Lincoln funeral hearse that was specially made for the reenactment for the funeral this weekend.
Joey talks with Steve Dorsey with CBS Radio News live from Baltimore about how things went overnight and gets the latest developments.
More than 5,000 are dead and more than 10,000 injured following Saturday’s powerful earthquake in Nepal.
Illinois State Treasurer Mike Frerichs talks with Joey about his first 100 days in office, and what comes next.
Joey talks with the Director of Business & Community Development at the Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce, Josh Collins about the listening session on infrastructure today at the Hoogland with IDOT and the Capital Development Board at 2:30PM.
Joey talks to Springfield Mayor Elect Jim Langfelder about his transition process and his transition team.
Joey talks with Caterpillar Visitors Center manager, Kathryn Spitznagle about an exhibit at the visitor center in Peoria about the Caterpillar Dieselettes which featured Eleanor ‘Rudy’ Rudolph who will be inducted into the Springfield Sports Hall of Fame tomorrow night.
The death toll for the earthquake in Nepal on Saturday shot past 3,800 today according to government officials.