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Mother Road Festival

Kim Rosendahl joins Joey to talk about the International Route 66 Mother Road Festival downtown this weekend.

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Eric Holder Replacement

Attorney general Eric Holder is stepping down as soon as a replacement can be identified. He made the announcement yesterday with the president by his side.

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Eric Holder Resignation

Attorney General Eric Holder is stepping down as the nations top law enforcement official.

Weekend Newswatch

Airstrikes Continue

Mike Lyons from CBS Radio News talks with Joey about the ongoing coalition airstrikes in Syria.

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Apple Issues

Joey tells you about the issues with the new Apple iOS8 software, the latest on #bendgate, and even a new Blackberry phone that will be on the market later this year.

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Air Strikes

The U.S. and it’s Arab allies have launched a second major wave of air strikes in Syria targeting oil refineries controlled by Islamic State.

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Gas Prices

Joey talks with Bill Fleischli, executive vice president of the Illinois Petroleum Marketing Association about the dip in Springfield gas prices.

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Branding Springfield

Joey visits with Gina Gemberling Acting Executive Director on Springfield Convention and Visitor Bureau about an event re-branding Springfield.

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Continuing Airstrikes

The first U.S. lead airstrikes on extremists groups in Syria hit militant leaders, training camps and control centers.

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Arab Partners Against ISIS

The Obama administration sees the participation of Arab states as critical to the air strikes against terrorist groups inside Syria.

Recent Headlines

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New Illinois Schools Chief Says Funding Fix Could Take Years

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Smith also says charter schools should be part of the mix.

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Debate in General Assembly over Civics Class Requirement

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Bill also passed to use e-learning in Illinois schools during inclement weather.

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Autism Programs Hopeful Lawmakers Will Come to Their Rescue

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Providers say some programs may not survive if funding is not restored.

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DeWitt Co. Settlement OK’d in Dispute to Put Toxic Waste Over Aquifer

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DeWitt county has approved a settlement with a landfill company.

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Kankakee Co. Sheriff Describes Security Lapses that led to Inmate Escape

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Sheriff Tim Bukowski says investigators found no inmate count had been done.