Morning Newswatch Podcasts
It was an end of an era as David Letterman put the lid on 33 years of late-night TV last night.
Joey talks with Springfield Ward 1 Alderman about the controversy around Ward 4 Alderman John Fulgenzi and CWLP.
Joey talks with Dennis Bringuet with Ace Sign Company about a new home for the Bel-Aire ‘Sputnik’ and the new sign museum at Ace.
You might want to watch for a notice from your car company for what is now considered the largest recall in automotive history.
Joey talks with Little Rock Nine member Terrence Roberts after the group received The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation’s 2015 Lincoln Leadership Prize, and their trip to the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum.
Joey talks with District 186 Superintendent Jennifer Gill about last night’s School Board meeting.
Tensions are still running high in Iraq following the fall of the city Ramadi, the capital of the Anbar Provence to Islamic terrorists.
Joey talks with the President and CEO of the Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce, Chris Hembrough on a new survey for Springfield district 186.
Joey talks with Diana Rickert with the Illinois Policy Institute on her op-ed in the Chicago Tribune that offers a pension crisis solution of firing all state employees and rehiring them under a new pension plan.
Joey talks with Springfield City Treasurer Misty Buscher about her first full week in the office.