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Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Weekend Newswatch

Springfield mayoral candidate opposes inspector general ordinance

Joey talks with Springfield mayoral candidate Paul Palazzolo on his opposition to the inspector general ordinance.

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What are the hottest tech gifts this year?

Technology analyst Larry Magid joins Joey to talk about the hottest tech gifts of the season.

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The Pennsylvania manhunt, and the Australia aftermath

A nerve racking time right now in north of Philadelphia in the well-to-do Pennsylvania area of Montgomery county as a search continues for a gunman who killed six.

Weekend Newswatch

Holiday gas prices

Joey talks with Beth Mosher from AAA Chicago Motor Club about gas prices, and the likelihood of them staying low throughout he holidays.

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Chamber leader on the holidays

Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Chris Hembrough on holiday shopping and how chamber members are giving back.

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Austrailia hostages

Unease has gripped Australia where at least one gunman has taken hostages in downtown Sidney at a cafe.

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MacArthur Boulevard — What’s Next?

Alex Degman has some ideas for what he’d like to see along the boulevard.

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Keeping Your Home’s Wiring Up to Code

Kyla Kruse of the Energy Education Council joins Alex Degman with some tips on what to look for.

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Ward 7 Alderman Joe McMenamin on the Esquire Theater

McMenamin joins Alex Degman to talk about progress on the Boulevard and what may become of the long-vacant property.

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Dr. Kent Redfield on naming a new comptroller

Joey talks with UIS political science professor Dr. Kent Redfield on the controversy surrounding naming a new comptroller.

Recent Headlines

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Peoria Ready to Welcome Food Trucks to Downtown, Other Areas

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The City Council voted this week to create a process for food-truck operators to apply for licenses.

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Helpful Hints to Keep Summer Safe and Fun

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Food and water safety, and sun protection among the concerns listed.

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Illinois State Police Add July 4th Patrols, Road Side Checks

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Law enforcement officials are warning Illinois motorists not to drink and drive and to buckle up over the holiday weekend.

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Cab Driver Charged with Endangerment After Mt. Vernon Teen Leaves Camp

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A 13-year-old girl went missing after being dropped at an overnight church summer camp.

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New Attorneys for Man Accused of Killing Quincy 7th Grader

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The Adams County public defender's office cited a conflict of interest.