Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Joey talks with the Director of “Death of a Doornail” Craig McFarland about the dinner theater murder mystery fundraiser for the Springfield theater Center this weekend a the Hoogland Center for the Arts.
Thoughts on the republicans letter to Iran, and there is a strange twist in that story of two secret service agents suspected of driving under the influence and driving into a white house security barrier.
Joey talks with Associate Professor of Political Science University of Illinois Springfield, Jason Pierceson about yesterday’s oral arguments on state’s pension reform law before the Illinois Supreme court.
Joey talks with Celeste Wiley, a registered nurse and the community cancer education coordinator in the Regional Cancer Center at Memorial Medical Center as well as the chairperson of the Regional Cancer Partnership of Illinois about colorectal cancer.
More troubles for the Secret Service, and it has gone from bad to worse in Ferguson Missouri.
Joey talks with Ward 7 Alderman Joe McMenamin about last night’s the committee of the whole meeting.
Joey talks with Derek Harms, the Executive Director of the Springfield Park district about the ongoing work to get the Southwind Park wind turbine spinning again.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says she used a personal email account instead of a government one in her four years on the job because it was more convenient.
Joey talks with Jeff Vose, the Regional Superintendent of Schools for Sangamon County about Vision 20/20.
Republican frontrunners for president, a letter to Iran, and members of the sigma alpha epsilon at the University of Oklahoma have until midnight tonight to remove their belonging from their building.