Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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Grower of the Week

He talks with WTAX’s Bob Murray

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New Legal Services for the Poor

Bishop Thomas John Paprocki of the Springfield Catholic Diocese has announced a new service.

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Imminent Deal in Washington?

Gordon Deal from the WSJ This Morning, which airs from 4 to 5:30 weekday mornings, offers a wrap up of Monday’s action in the nation’s capital.

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Ray Lytle Chats with Jim Watson

The executive director of the Illinois Petroleum Council talks about why Springfield gas prices are higher than they are in most metro areas in the state… most, that is, except Chicago.

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CUB’s Jim Chilsen: Illinoisans Could Save on Utilities This Winter

Chilsen joins WTAX’s Alex Degman to talk about steps you can take to save money… some of it you might already do.

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The Mary Bryant Home for the Blind’s Annual Fundraiser

The Chili/Soup Fundraiser is this Friday starting at 11 a.m.

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The Illinois State Military Museum’s Stewart Reeve

Reeve joins WTAX’s Dave Dahl to talk about how the museum is faring during the shutdown, plus previews some upcoming exhibits.

Recent Headlines

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Tax Day Demonstrations Ask for Graduated Tax

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"Fair tax" would be a proposed amendment to Illinois Constitution

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Kirk Changes His Mind about Backing Oberweis

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He said he wouldn't help Oberweis. Now he will.

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Springfield Council Approves NAPA Contract

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It comes to dollars and cents and Springfield Mayor Mike Houston says elected officials are charged with financial stewardship of taxpayers' dollars

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Could the Cubs Move?

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Could the Chicago Cubs be moving from the hallowed grounds of Wrigley Field

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Lawmakers Pressed for More Preschool Funding

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Preschool advocates hope telling the story in dollars and cents gives Illinois lawmakers incentive to spend more money on the littlest Illinoisans