Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Joey talks with Tiffany Mathes, Alyssa and DJ Shultz from the cast of “Showboat in Concert” which opens tonight at the Hoogland Center for the Arts.
Charlie Ferguson talks Gina Gemberling with Visit Springfield on this weeks edition of “Business Over Coffee.”
Cash grab, safety measure, or a little of both. The state of Maryland is believed to be the most aggressive when it comes to speed cameras, the ones that can snap a picture of you committing a moving violation in your car, and send you a summons in the mail.
Joey talks with Dave Tretter, representing the Federation of Independent Illinois Colleges and Universities, about yesterdays rally at the Illinois Capitol.
At least one political observer thinks that since presidential candidate Donald Trump has proclaimed himself “The King of the Deal”, he should strike one that lands him South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley to be his running mate.
Joey talks with Ward 10 Alderman Ralph Hanauer about the Salvation Army which was a hot topic at the city council meeting last night.
Joey talks with Newschannel 20’s Stacey Skrysak about the upcoming “Love Your Body” Luncheon at HSHS St. John’s Hospital.
Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says victory is now in sight after she easily captured the New York primary over Senator Bernie Sanders.
House Speaker Mike Madigan Monday testified to a committee on a proposed Constitutional amendment to change the state’s education funding formula.
Farmers face problems with power lines as they work to get their crops planted this season.