Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Some Republicans are worried now that Donald Trump has all but clinched the GOP Presidential Nomination, that his inflammatory rhetoric about Muslims, immigrants and women will tarnish the entire GOP ticket in the general election.
Joey talks with Springfield Economic Development Director Karen Davis about the proposals received for the “Y” Block.
Joey talks to Kyle Nestler and Carrie Skogsberg about the annual Springfield Heart Walk will be held at 8 a.m. Saturday, May 14, in Lincoln Park.
When the Supreme Court completed it’s last term back in June by upholding same sex marriage and Obamacare, conservatives predicted this year would provide an about face from a surprising string of liberal victories.
Joey talks with Wedding Singer Directors, Mark and Kristin Wheeler about the show that opens tonight at the Hoogland Center for the Arts.
Charlie Ferguson talks with the owner of Mangia, Shane Viele on Business Over Coffee.
Money might be hard to come by in many parts of the country, but it’s cheap in this presidential election.
Joey talks with Horace Mann’s Michelle Eccles McLaughlin about an opportunity for teachers to win prizes on “Teacher Appreciation Week.”
Joey talks with University of Illinois Springfield Director of Public Relation Derek Schnapp about the ground breaking ceremony yesterday for the new Student Union.
The U.S. Navy Seal killed in Iraq this week was part of a quick reaction force, deployed to rescue another group of american service members who got caught up in a multi-pronged attack by Islamic State fighters while on a routine training mission.