Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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Illinois Products Farmers Market

Kendra Schilling from the Department of Ag and Patty Kuhn from Springfield Clinic join Joey to talk about the Illinois products Farmers Market at the State Fairgrounds.

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Ask the Mayor Part 1

Mayor Mike Houston joins Joey the first Wednesday of every month for “Ask the Mayor”

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Ask the Mayor Part 2

Springfield Mayor Mike Houston joins Joey the first Wednesday of every month for “Ask the Mayor”

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Ask the Mayor Part 3

Springfield Mayor Mike Houston joins Joey the first Wednesday of every month for “Ask the Mayor”

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Ask the Mayor Part 4

Springfield Mayor Mike Houston joins Joey the first Wednesday of every month for “Ask the Mayor”

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New School Board President

Mike Zimmers, the newly elected district 186 School Board President Talks with Joey about his outlook for the district.

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Race for the Cure

Laurie Reimers joins Joey to discuss Springfield’s inaugural Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure coming up Friday May 16th.

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Chief Winslow on the Latest Shootings

Springfield Police Chief Kenny Winslow talks with Joey about the recent rash of shootings in the city, including two over the weekend.

Chamber of Commerce

The New Chamber CEO

Chris Hembrough, joins Joey to talk about he new gig as the new President and CEO of The Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce.

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Quinn Probe

Dr. Kent Redfield, emeritus professor of Political Science at the University of Illinois at Springfield discusses the current probes of Governor Quinn’s administration.

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Quinn Accuses Rauner of Not Hiring Enough Minorities

Bruce Rauner (R), Pat Quinn

Both trying to make inroads in minority communties

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Library Turf War Continues

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Major donors threaten to withhold donations unless the feuding stops

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Woman Dies in Route 29 Crash Near Edinburg

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Illinois State Police say a van over corrected after swerving off the roadway.

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Attorney Wants Parsons to Pay $1.2 Million Now, $100,000 Monthly

Jeff Parsons appears defiant as he walks out of federal court in Springfield July 10, 2014

An attorney representing former THR and Associates employees and creditors wants Jeff Parsons to pony up -- immediately.

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Fake IDs are Easy to Get

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Fake IDs and driver’s licenses are the scourge of the Illinois secretary of state’s office