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Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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Race relations in Springfield

Joey talks with Sandy Robinson with the Springfield Office of Community Relations about race relations in the city.

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You want an open internet, right?

Ray Schroeder, from the University of Illinois Springfield talks with Joey about a recently struck down ruling from the FCC might affect how you stream movies in your home.

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State Senator Sam McCann

Joey talks with State Senator Sam McCann on some of the latest headlines coming out of the Springfield.

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Tom Arnold visits the Morning Newswatch

Joey visits with Tom Arnold who is in town at Donnie B’s Comedy Club this weekend. Somehow cow farts come up in the conversation!

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Ball Charter School gears up for its lottery.

Principle Matt Fraas joins Joey McLaughlin to talk about the lottery process for getting kids into Ball Charter School for the upcoming year.

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A new challenger for the 96th legeslative district.

Joey McLaughlin talks with Landon Laubhan on entering the race on the republican ticket.

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The Kidzeum gets a big donation from ADM

Joey talks with the President of the Board of Directors of the Kidzeum of health and Science about a new large donation from Archer Daniels Midland.

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Why is the price of bacon on the rise?

Jim Kaitschuk, Executive Director of the Illinois Pork Producers talks with Joey McLaughlin about why the price of pork has been rising.

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The Springfield v Chatham water settlement

Chatham Village Attorney John Meyers joins Joey to talk about the settlement that is sending 700 thousand dollars to Springfield.

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Cardinal broadcaster Dan McLaughlin on the Cardinal Caravan

Joey McLaughlin visits with Dan McLaughlin who is coming and what to expect at the Cardinal Caravan on Monday at the Prairie Capitol Convention Center.

Recent Headlines

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Illinois Ranked at the Top for School Emergency Plans

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Illinois is the nation’s most improved state when it comes to establishing emergency plans for children

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Prisons and Power

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A spokesman for AFSCME says power failures highlight a lack of necessary funding

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Quinn and Rauner Agree: Don’t Raise the Gas Tax

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Other ways to build and maintain roads, they say

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Accident Leaves State Trooper Injured

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Cause of crash under investigation