Morning Newswatch Podcasts
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio police unions in the city have agreed to end a war of words until two police officers shot this weekend are laid to rest.
With so much to do, blood donations fall off during the holidays. Joey talks with Tara Matheson and Ana McFarland from the Central Illinois Community Blood Center.
President of the Springfield Area Arts Council Craig McFarland joined Joey to talk about the lineup for the 28th annual First Night Springfield.
North Korea says it was launching a counter attack that was thousands of times greater than that against the one against Sony Pictures.
The assassination of two New York city police offices has emboldened law enforcement and it’s supporters to lash out at weeks of nationwide criticism that they has left police officers more vulnerable.
Chatham Village President Tom Gray joins Joey to talk about the latest on the situation with water in Chatham.
Joey talks with Mark Albertson with the Illinois Soybean Association on the work of the Illinois Cuba Working Group, and what improved relations with the nation could mean for Illinois farmers.
The internal debate continues for the Obama administration …how can it retaliate against North Korea for the apparent attack on…
Joey talks with UIS Associate Professor of Political Science Adriana Crocker about the surprise announcement of new U.S./Cuba relations.
There are some new developments this morning on the Sony pictures hacking scandal, and the movie “The Interview”.