Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Former Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz has returned to his job as a Senator from Texas…now what?
Joey talks with the Executive Director of Downtown Springfield Inc., Lisa Clemmons Stott about the grand opening of the Old Capitol Farmers Market on Saturday (5-14-16).
Joey talks with Jim Bray about the independent map effort being challenged in court with the opposition saying it is not constitutional.
Charlie Ferguson talks with Denis Rieken from Dick Van Dyke Appliance World.
The leading presidential candidates are debating lots of issues while taking shots at each other on the campaign trail, but there is one noticeable item missing from discussions.
As if cyber crime wasn’t bad enough, now “ransomware” attacks are hitting the U.S. House. “America’s First News” explains.
Joey talks with Linda Wheeland, Senior Transportation Planner at the Springfield Sangamon County Regional Planning Commission about “curbing your car.”
Joey McLaughlin talks with Laura Walbert from Memorial Medical Center.
Joey talks with Officer Mike Badger with Crime Stoppers of Sangamon and Menard Counties about a new program that offers more money for tips leading to the arrest of “cold case” murders.
Joey talks with the Horace Mann Educator of the year, Layne Zimmers from Lincoln Magnet School, and Administrator of the year, Kari Borders from Douglas Preparatory Academy.