Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch

Ann Callis on the Closing Days of the Campaign

Joey talks with Ann Callis, the democratic candidate to represent Illinois’ 13th congressional district on the closing days of the campaign.

Weekend Newswatch

Congressman Rodney Davis on the Closing Days of the Campaign

Joey talks with Congressman Rodney Davis on the Closing Days of the Campaign for the 13 congressional seat.

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Another Death in the Friday School Shooting

There is more sad news form the school shooting in Washington State last Friday.

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Ebola in Sierra Leone

After Ebola killed many of its workers…a hospital in Freetown, Sierra Leone built a new defense against infection using plywood.

Morning Newswatch

Political media analyst Thom Serafin on our close gubernatorial race

Joey talks with political media analyst Thom Serafin on the neck and neck race between Bruce Rauner and Pat Quinn

Weekend Newswatch

Ebola in New York

A doctor who had just returned to New York recently after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus.

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After the attack in Ottawa

Officials north of the border are doing some soul searching.

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Jim Krasula live from Ottawa

Joey talks with Jim Krasula form CBS Radio News live from the parliament building in Ottawa with the latest on the Canadian shootings.

Weekend Newswatch

Kent Redfield discusses the Durbin/Oberweis debate.

Joey talks with university of Illinois political science professor Dr. Kent Redfield about the Dick Durbin, Jim Oberweis debate.

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Shootings in Canada, and another White House fence jumper

There were terrifying moments in what is normally a sleepy city when a man fatally shot a soldier at Canada’s war memorial in Ottawa before being killed inside the countries parliament building. And there was another White House fence jumper.

Recent Headlines

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Early Voting to Begin in Special Schock Replacement Primary

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Early voting starts Thursday for the special election to pick the Democratic and Republican candidates to possibly replace Aaron Schock as 18th District Congressman.

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Langfelder Talks About Appointments

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Four of Mayor Jim Langfelder's department head appointments will be voted on by the Springfield City Council next week.

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Rauner Revises Hiring Plan

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Gov. Bruce Rauner's office has revised its plan to change state hiring to allay concerns of Democrats and unions.

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Bloomington Man Deemed “Sexually Dangerous” to be Released from Treatment

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A psychiatrist has testified that a 35-year-old Bloomington man who has been in a state treatment program for sexually dangerous people since he was 15 is eligible to be released.

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Former Dixon Comptroller to Give Up Horse Trophies

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Rita Crundwell can't keep a collection of horse trophies and other personal items stored in Illinois and Wisconsin.