Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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Syria and Iraq

Mike Lyons military analyst with CBS radio news talks with Joey about the President Obama’s request for 500 million dollars to aid Syrian rebels and the latest out of Iraq.

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Midsummer Jersey

Director Abbey Kline and cast member Tyrese Mercer talk with Joey about the opening of “Midsummer Jersey” at the Hoogland this weekend.

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SCOTUS on Presidential Appointments

The Supreme Court of the United States has ruled that President Obama exceeded his authority in appointing three national labor relations board members during a brief senate break in 2012.

Morning Newswatch

Route 29

Joey visits with Rep. Mike Bell about the latest on the construction on rt. 29.

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SCOTUS

The supreme court has ruled unanimously that police generally must obtain a warrant before searching a mobile phone after arresting someone, and on changes to how you might watch TV.

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Don’t Pay Full Price

Some stores release coupons so often that you would be almost crazy to pay full price.

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Alderman Frank Edwards

Ward 1 Alderman Frank Edwards joins Joey to discuss last night’s Springfield City Council meeting.

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Cancer Drugs

Dr. Robert Mocharnuk from Simmons Cancer Institute (SCI) at SIU School of Medicine joins Joey to talk about a new study that will rapidly test lung cancer drugs.

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Primary Elections and the V.A.

The latest on yesterday’s primary elections and the Veterans Administration scandal from the Wall Street Journal this Morning.

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John Kerry in Iraq

CBS Military analysts Jeff McCausland on Secretary of State John Kerry’s visit to Iraq, and the latest on ISIL fighting.

Recent Headlines

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Eastbound Monroe St. Reduced by Capitol

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Public Works says multiple service valves have broken and they need to be repaired.

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Portions of Chatham Under Boil Order

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Residents and businesses in the area on West Walnut St. from Route 4 to College might experience low water pressure or no water pressure at all.

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Barr, Regan Agree to Sheriff’s Race Debate on WTAX Oct. 31

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The two candidates have sparred back and forth in recent weeks through press releases and, in some cases, have cancelled other debates due to perceived hostilities.

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State Rep. Raymond Poe Undergoing Stem Cell Transplant

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State Representative Rich Brauer, others, say they'll step in while Poe is out.