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Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch

Syria & War Crimes

U.S. investigators now believe that at least 10 thousand people were tortured and killed between 2011 and 2013 in Syria as part of a crackdown on opponents of Syrian president Assad.

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Russia and Ukraine

The U.S. says it has proof of Russia’s involvement in Ukraine, and the latest on Malaysian flight MH17’s black boxes.

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Broken Truce

Another truce has been broken in the Gaza strip.

Weekend Newswatch

Jackson Street Corridor

Joey discusses the Jackson St. Corridor with Paul O’Shea the chairman of the Historic Preservation Fund and planning and design coordinator for the city of Springfield.

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Fracking

Joey talks with Tom Wolf, executive director of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce‚Äôs Energy Council about why it’s taking so long for the State of Illinois to come up with fracking rules.

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Korean War National Museum

President and Chief Executive Officer at The Korean War National Museum Tony Enrietto talks with Joey about the re-dedication of the museum.

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Shrapnel Like Holes on MH17

Crash investigators at the sight of Malaysia flight 17 in Eastern Ukraine say they have discovered shrapnel like holes in parts of the plane.

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Air Algerie Crash

An Air Algerie flight has crashed in northern Mali with 116 people on board it’s the latest in a string of airline incidents around the world.

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Changes for Deer Hunters

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) is making some changes for deer hunters this season. Joey talks with IDNRs Tim Schweizer.

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Human Remains in Rochester

The latest on the human remains found in Rochester over the weekend.

Recent Headlines

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Durbin Introduces Bill to End Cuban Travel Ban

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The travel ban has been in effect since 1960, ostensibly as a way to prevent Americans from supporting the Castro communist regime.

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Lincoln Funeral Reenactment Could Be Economic Boon

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As Springfield prepares for the re-enactment of Abraham Lincoln's funeral in May, officials say the 150th anniversary could be an economic windfall for the city.

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Suspect in Wednesday Shooting Arrested

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Springfield Police have arrested the man they believe is responsible for a non-fatal shooting near King and Stuart earlier this week.

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Springfield Declares Snow Emergency, 5-7″ Expected

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The City of Springfield has declared a snow emergency ahead of this weekend's weather.

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Springfield PD Plans Sunday Saturation Patrols

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Drinking and driving in Springfield is a bad idea every weekend, but it'll be especially bad this weekend as area agencies prepare for Super Bowl parties.