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Weekend Newswatch

Boaters need to be aware of new laws before hitting the water

Joey talks with Sargent Chris Stone with the Conservation Police about new boating laws and safe boating as the season gets underway.


Floods and severe weather pummel Texas & the Great Plains

More brutal and deadly weather in Texas, Oklahoma and parts of Kansas.

Morning Newswatch

Kidzeum of Health and Science update

Joey talks with Rachael Thomson, the president of the Board of Directors of the Kidzeum of Health and Science to get an update on fundraising for the children’s museum.


After the earthquake in Nepal

Following the earthquake devastation in Nepal, there are questions to be answered and the country looks to rebuild and make things safer.

Morning Newswatch

A new play, ‘Grace Among the Leavings’ debuts at Theater in the Park

Joey talks with the Executive Director of Theater in the Park, Kari Catton, about the new play she helped adapt for the stage. ‘Grace Among the Leavings’ debuts at Theater in the Park this weekend.

Weekend Newswatch

The Brian McMillen Memorial Run/Walk being held Saturday

Joey talks with Lincoln Land Community College Veterans Club advisor Craig McFarland about the the Brian McMillen Memorial Run/Walk that is being held Saturday (5-23-15).


Are calm markets cause for concern?

There has not been a whole lot of excitement for stocks lately…is that a cause for concern

Morning Newswatch

Representative Tim Butler

Joey talks with Representative Tim Butler about the budget, a call for term limits and a donation from Governor Rauner.

Weekend Newswatch

Red flags to look for when donating to charities

After stories this week of cancer charities scamming donors out of $187 million, Joey talks with Dr. Betsy Goulet , Assistant Professor at the Center for State Policy and Leadership/College of Public Affairs and Administration about finding a charity that puts donation to good use.


David Letterman says goodbye

It was an end of an era as David Letterman put the lid on 33 years of late-night TV last night.

Recent Headlines

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Springfield Micro-Lending Fund Gives $120K in 1st 2 months

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The city of Springfield’s new micro-lending program has given out a total of $120,000 in loans to small business owners…

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U of I Business Incubator has NSF Grants for Female and Minority Entrepreneurs

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The people trying to turn ideas into commerce at the University of Illinois have a $100,000 grant from the National Science Foundation in a program called AWARE.

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SAA Hopes to Restore Lincoln-Era Piano with Crowdfunding Help

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A crowdfunding campaign hopes to raise the final $7,500 needed to bring a possibly 180-year piano back to playable condition.

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Foul Play Not Suspected in Death of Southern Illinois Woman

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Authorities in southern Illinois say foul play is not suspected in the death of a 22-year-old Murphysboro woman whose body…

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Prosecutors: Man Eyed Targets After Brother Shot

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Investigators say a Chicago man suspected in the fatal shooting of a 9-year-old boy went looking for targets after his brother was killed during a months-long gang feud.