Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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The Wall Street Journal on Ferguson

Marchers protesting the police shooting of an unarmed teenager defied law enforcement requests of police to stay off the streets after dark.

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Michael Calhoun on Ferguson

Joey talks with Michael Calhoun from CBS Radio News/KMOX Radio in St. Louis on the latest from Ferguson.

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District 186 Board President Mike Zimmers

District 186 Board President Mike Zimmers joins Joey to discuss the Springfield school districts board meeting last night and the first day of school in the district.

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Overnight in Ferguson

More unrest in Ferguson overnight had police releasing more tear gas to disperse the crowds.

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The Latest from Ferguson

Michael Calhoun from KMOX in St. Louis talks with Joey after another night of unrest in Ferguson Missouri.

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The “Bite Diet” and Salt

Joey talks with Springfield Clinic dietitian Amanda Figge about the “Bite Diet” and if we are cutting too much salt out of our diets.

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Ferguson Unrest

The unrest continued over the weekend in Ferguson, Missouri.

Weekend Newswatch

Senator Sam McCann

Joey talks with State Senator Sam McCann about the Illinois State Fair, the upcoming election and his Children’s Health and Safety Fair.

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Alzheimer Study in Springfield

There is a new Alzheimer’s treatment study going on the SIU School of Medicine. Dr. Thomas Ala joins Joey to discuss the study and how patients can get involved.

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Calm in Ferguson

There was a change in mood in Ferguson Missouri – after days of unrest, calm returned last night.

Recent Headlines

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U.S. Attorney James Lewis: Racially Biased?

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Questions have been raised about possible racial bias on behalf of U.S. Attorney James Lewis.

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Cattle Rustling: 18-year-old Gets 180 Days In Jail

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18-Year-Old gets 180 days in jail for taking part in cattle rustling.

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Cuba Relations: Could Be Boon For Illinois Farmers

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A relationship with Cuba could mean up to $7 million more a year for Illinois Farmers.

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Prison Lockdown: Chicken Pox To Blame

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Chicken Pox has locked down Illinois prisons.

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Illinois Tollway Expects Spike in Holiday Traffic

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Free coffee will also be available at tollway oases.