Morning Newswatch Podcasts
There is an issue on the presidential campaign trail that isn’t getting much attention, even though it might be one of the most important issues of a new presidency.
Joey talks with Dr. Kent Redfield from the political science department at the University Of Illinois Springfield about last night’s republican debate.
Joey talks with Lisa Elis and Pat Pat Yeagal from the Illinois Times about the new ‘Bet of’ issues which is out today.
Joey works with stroke nurse navigator at Memorial Medical Center, Kelly Dunkirk about the FAST Test on world Stroke Day.
After what some are calling a successful week for democratic presidential front runner Hillary Clinton, she can expect she can expect more scrutiny and criticism.
Joey talked with Ward 5 Alderman Andrew Proctor about last night’s Springfield City Council meeting.
Joey talks with State Representative Mike Zalewski, about his introduction of oversight legislation of the fantasy sports industry.
The third republican presidential debate will be held tonight at the university of Colorado. Will Carly Fiorina be able to capitalize on the opportunity?
Joey talks with Registered Dietitian with Springfield Clinic, Alana Scopel about the announcement from the World Health Organization that processed meats like bacon and hot dogs raise the risk of cancer.
After the death of a four-year-old in New Mexico last week in a road rage incident, Joey talks with Illinois State Police Safety Education Officer Trooper Sean T. Ramsey about the best ways to deal with aggressive drivers.