Morning Newswatch Podcasts
The CDC plans to increase screening for Ebola for people flying to the U.S.
District 186 School Board President Mike Zimmers joins Joey to talk about the latest school board meeting.
There is a new batch of newlyweds today, many rushed to get married yesterday, right after the Supreme Court declined to consider weather same sex couples have a constitutional right to marry.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings says there are no symptoms among city residents.
Joey talks with Dr. Robert Mocharnuk with the Simmons Cancer Institute at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine about “Mammogram Mondays” which are back this October for uninsured women.
Joey has a conversation with William “Billy’ Bishop who has announced his candidacy for ward 2 alderman.
With yet another breach of security last week at JPMorgan/Chase, Joey talks with Assistant Professor in Computer Science Lucas Vespa at the University of Illinois Springfield about keeping your information safe.
The aggressive response to Ebola in Dallas is likely to prevent a wide scale outbreak but, multiple mistakes revealed some unexpected issues the U.S. would have to prepare for in the event of a larger threat.
Director of public works in Springfield, Mark Mahoney talks with Joey about the new bike paths on 2nd street in Springfield.
Joey talks with Barry Bagnato with CBS Radio News about the latest out of Dallas on the Ebola patient and those in quarantine.