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Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Weekend Newswatch

The ‘No Labels Problem Solver’ convention

The ‘No Labels’ movement in Washington is trying to create momentum about its problem solving approach by staging an event in New Hampshire in the midst of a presidential primary.

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Mammogram Mondays are back

Joey talks with registered nurse and community cancer education coordinator for Memorial Medical Center’s Regional Cancer Center, Celeste Wile on the return of Mammogram Monday in central Illinois.

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The latest on who could be the Speaker of the House

Joey talks with CBS Radio News Steven Portnoy live from Capitol Hill to get the latest on Paul Ryan and others who might be Speaker of the House.

Weekend Newswatch

Crime reporting system lags behind

As law enforcement officials struggle to cope with a sudden unexplained rise in violent crime in many cities, they find themselves hampered by an outdated system for gathering national crime data that leaves them blind on such basic questions like how many murders happened last month.

Weekend Newswatch

Governor Rauner and the Democrats spar over the budget impasse

Joey talks with University of Illinois Springfield Dr. Kent Redfield about the talk from the Governor and the Democrats on the budget.

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The ‘Oak Ridge Cemetery Walk’ is back

Joey talks with Mary Alice Davis, chairman of the Cemetery Walk committee and president of the Sangamon County Historical Society about the return of the Oak Ridge Cemetery Walk.

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Illinois isn’t the only state with budget issues

Most states right now are benefiting from growing tax collections as the national economy continues to grow….this allows them to balance budgets in the spring largely avoiding deep cuts or tax increases.

Health

The budget impasse is hurting public health departments

Joey talks with the President of the Illinois Public Health Association, Miriam Link-Mullison about how the budget stalemate in Illinois is hurting public health departments.

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Why have we not heard from Gallup in the presidential polls?

A name that has been absent from the current presidential race is Gallup. The big polling company has been the country’s gold standard for election polling for nearly 80 years.

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University of Illinois Springfield Chancellor Susan Koch

Joey talks with University of Illinois Springfield Chancellor Susan Koch about the current financial situation at the school and the state of Illinois.

Recent Headlines

10 hours ago in Local

New Director Named to ALPLM

FILE - In this Feb. 10, 2012 file photo, school students enter the "White House" as a life-size Abraham Lincoln replica stands outside, while touring the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, Ill. The chairman of the foundation behind the Library and Museum says fundraising is drying up because of tensions between library directors and the state agency that oversees it.

Governor Rauner announces two new appointees, one to the Lincoln Presidential Museum and Library.

13 hours ago in Local

Qik-N-Ez Robbery Suspect in Arrested

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Cody Desilva was found with two other subjects in a car on 4th Street early Saturday morning. The other two persons were released.

1 day ago in Local

Multiple Accident Ties Up Traffic: Police Cite Driver With Medical Emergency

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A multiple accident ties up traffic in Springfield during morning rush hour.

1 day ago in Local

Home Health Care Advocates Beg Governor Rauner To Keep Overtime

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Advocates of Home Health Care push for Governor Rauner to reconsider banning overtime

1 day ago in Local

Springfield-Based Ag Manufacturer Takes Over Utah Company

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A Springfield-based agriculture products manufacturer is on the move once again to expand its portfolio.