Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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What kind of winter will we have?

Now that we are seeing our first prolonged cold snap of the season, Joey talks with Senior Forecaster Daryl Onton at the National Weather Service in Lincoln about the outlook for the winter.

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The U.S. and China agree to emission cuts

The U.S. and China have introduces long term plans to curb emissions of carbon dioxide and other gasses linked to climate change.

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Communication Professor Ray Schroeder on Net Neutrality

Joey talks with Ray Schroeder, Associate Vice Chancellor for Online Learning at the University of Illinois Springfield on Net Neutrality.

Weekend Newswatch

The Illinois State Millitary Museum

On this Veteran’s Day, Joey talks with Stewart Reeve, the Director of the Illinois State Military Museum.

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Ebola Dr. leaving the hospital virus free today

A New York city Dr. diagnosed with Ebola will leave the hospital today free of the virus.

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Rep. Jil Tracy on the Rauner transition team

Joey talks with Rep. Jil Tracy on being named to Governor Elect Bruce Rauner’s transition team.

Weekend Newswatch

More troubles for GM over ignition switches

General Motors is about to feel more heat over the ignition switch controversy which has lead to a recall of 2.5 million vehicles and is connected to at least 30 deaths.

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Nuclear talks with Iran nearing deadline

U.S. and Iranian officials are meeting in Oman for a second day today discussing attempts to rein in Iranian nuclear program ahead of a diplomatic deadline later this month.

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Bluegrass Festival invades Springfield

Joey talks with Terry Lease about the 28th Annual Bluegrass Music Festival at the Crowne Plaza this weekend.

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Midterm polling…what happened?

If the magnitude of the republican wave in Tuesdays midterm election was a surprise to many people, it was in part because it was a surprise to the people paid to predict it….the pollsters

Recent Headlines

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Republicans Expect to Hang On to 18th Seat in Illinois

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Only candidate to announce a run for Aaron Schock's seat so far is Darin LaHood.

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Rauner Stands By Right-To-Work Idea for Illinois

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Governor Rauner stands by right-to-work zones in Illinois in spite of opinion issued by Lisa Madigan's office.

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Catholic Bishops Call for Bell Ringing to Mark End of Civil War

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Archdiocese of Chicago officials say the plan arose out of the denomination's annual meeting.

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Eastern Ill. Lincoln Site to Commemorate 150th Death Anniversary

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The presentations are scheduled for the weekend of April 10 to 12.

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Illinois Observes Earth Hour This Evening

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Lights out from 8:30 to 9:30 this evening.