Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Joey talks with Ward 2 Alderman Herman Senor about preparing for the city council and the appointments made by Mayor Langfelder.
Joey talks with the Horace Mann Educator of the Year, Springfield High’s Jeff Lightfoot, and the Administrator of the Year, Butler Elementary’s Tracy Gage about the awards.
The latest on the new quake in Nepal, and an update on the Tom Brady suspension.
Joey talks with new Ward 10 Alderman Ralph Hanauer about his priorities for the council and staying in touch with constituents.
Joey talks with Chief Environmental Scientist at Hanson Professional Services Kevin Seals about a public meeting is being held today to let discuss the archaeological find near the Carpenter Street underpass construction site.
Another day, and the middle part of the country is assessing damage, cleaning up and bracing for more severe weather.
Joey talks with Representative Tim Butler about the upcoming right to work vote, the budget, and the state of relationships at the Illinois State House.
British Prime Minister David Cameron and his Conservative Party won a surprisingly solid victory in the British general election, more severe weather in Oklahoma, and the Department of Justice and Baltimore.
Joey has a conversation wth the new Director of both of the Illinois State Fair’s, Patrick Buchen.
Voters in Britain today are voting in what is being called the country’s most unpredictable election in more that two decades.