Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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The CDC on Ebola

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is intensifying its Ebola response.

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Ebola and the Blood Supply

Tara Matheson with the Central Illinois Community Blood Center talks with Joey about Ebola and the blood supply.

Making Strides

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Joey talks with Morgan Trump with that American Cancer Society about the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk coming up this weekend.

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Ebola Nurse

The second person diagnosed with Ebola in Dallas is a 26 Vietnamese American nurse.

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Ebola – Live from Dallas

Joey talks with Steve Futterman from CBS Radio News about the nurse who is now in the hospital diagnosed with the Ebola virus.

Weekend Newswatch

Hacked

Folks are beginning to not paying as much attention to data breaches at big companies.

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Another Ebola Patient in Dallas

Questions today about our preparedness and protocols for containing the spread of Ebola after a nurse who cared for the man who died in Dallas last week tested positive for the virus.

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Gubernatorial Debate Analysis – Dr. Kent Redfield

Joey talks with UIS Political Science Professor Dr. Kent Redfield about the Quinn/Rauner debate in Peoria.

Weekend Newswatch

Gubernatorial Debate Analysis – Jim Anderson

Joey talks with Jim Anderson with the Illinois News Network about the Quinn/Rauner debate in Peoria.

Weekend Newswatch

Ebola Update

Joey talks with Bary Bagnoto with CBS Radio News on the latest out of Dallas the new airport screening procedures.

Recent Headlines

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Rauner’s Workers Comp Reform Fails

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A party-line vote Wednesday afternoon kept a workers' compensation restructuring from going to the Senate floor.

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Manar: Budget Unlikely by May 31

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"Cutting vital services, banking $2.2 billion of... just... fictional pension savings that aren't going to occur, we're going to claim to be balanced?"

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Illinois Bill Penalizes for Leaving Pets in Extreme Weather

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Offenders could face up to a year in jail and fines of up to $2,500.

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Mt. Zion High School to Randomly Drug Test Some Students

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Students will be randomly selected for urinalysis tests to detect alcohol or marijuana, among other drugs.

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Measure Banning Electronic Cigarettes for Minors Passes Legislature

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Vaping's not for kids. At least, that's what Illinois lawmakers say.