Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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Air Strikes

The U.S. and it’s Arab allies have launched a second major wave of air strikes in Syria targeting oil refineries controlled by Islamic State.

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Gas Prices

Joey talks with Bill Fleischli, executive vice president of the Illinois Petroleum Marketing Association about the dip in Springfield gas prices.

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Branding Springfield

Joey visits with Gina Gemberling Acting Executive Director on Springfield Convention and Visitor Bureau about an event re-branding Springfield.

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Continuing Airstrikes

The first U.S. lead airstrikes on extremists groups in Syria hit militant leaders, training camps and control centers.

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Arab Partners Against ISIS

The Obama administration sees the participation of Arab states as critical to the air strikes against terrorist groups inside Syria.

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U.S. Airstrikes

Jeff McCausland with CBS News discusses the U.S. air strikes inside Syria, and the new plans for terror attacks against the U.S.

Weekend Newswatch

State Senator Mike Frerichs

Joey talks with Illinois Treasurer candidate, State Senator Mike Frerichs.

Weekend Newswatch

Rep. Tom Cross

Joey visits with Illinois Representative Tom Cross who is running for Treasurer of Illinois.

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Flu Clinics

Jim Stone, the Director of the Sangamon County Department of Public Health talks with Joey about flu clinics which start today.

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Data Breach Disclosure

As consumers we are in uncharted territory when it comes to data breaches.

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Extension Sought for Medical Marijuana Program

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Medical marijuana has gotten off to a slow start in Illinois, so one state lawmaker wants to push back the finish line.

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SEIU Rallies to Find Funding for Child Care Program

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The program's money is about to run out, part of the current fiscal year's budget problems.

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U of I Asks Court to Dismiss Professor’s Lawsuit

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University lawyers say Steven Salaita had no "binding contract''.

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U.S. Court Declines to Decide Illinois Benefits Issue

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A federal appeals court in Chicago has declined to resolve a contentious issue over whether Illinois' constitution strictly bars the reduction of retiree benefits.

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Deere & Co. Prepares for Largest Revenue Drop Ever

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Sales are forecast to fall 17 percent this fiscal year from 2014.