Morning Newswatch Podcasts
The leading presidential candidates are debating lots of issues while taking shots at each other on the campaign trail, but there is one noticeable item missing from discussions.
As if cyber crime wasn’t bad enough, now “ransomware” attacks are hitting the U.S. House. “America’s First News” explains.
Joey talks with Linda Wheeland, Senior Transportation Planner at the Springfield Sangamon County Regional Planning Commission about “curbing your car.”
Joey McLaughlin talks with Laura Walbert from Memorial Medical Center.
Joey talks with Officer Mike Badger with Crime Stoppers of Sangamon and Menard Counties about a new program that offers more money for tips leading to the arrest of “cold case” murders.
Joey talks with the Horace Mann Educator of the year, Layne Zimmers from Lincoln Magnet School, and Administrator of the year, Kari Borders from Douglas Preparatory Academy.
Joey talks with Springfield Ward 5 Alderman Andrew Proctor about city money going to a golf tournament, and the North Mansion Block proposals.
The recession ended almost seven years ago, but persistent joblessness and underemployment have stuck around in the economic expansion that followed.
As the legislature gets back to work today, Joey talks with Illinois State Representative Tim Butler about what might get done this week at the capitol.
As we enter the summer season, Joey talks with Tara Matheson & Ana McFarland from the Central Illinois Community Blood Center about some specials promotions they have going on, and why you should give blood.