Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Springfield Art Association Executive Director Betsy Dollar talks with Joye about the event coming up Saturday that features raku and roasted pork.
Joey talks with Illinois State Senator Daniel Biss about his reservations with moving ahead with Governor Bruce Rauner’s pension plan.
As more police departments around the country require their officers to wear body cameras in response to demands from the public, they are going to have to figure out how to analyze, process and store the video produced.
Nicole Evans concedes the school board subdustrict three seat to Blake Handley on the Morning Newswatch with Joey McLaughlin.
Joey has a conversation with Chris Wills from the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency about the activities surrounding the remembrance of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
Joey talks with Franklin Coble, Owner & Medical Director of Coble Animal Hospital about a new strain of dog flu that hs hit the Chicagoland area.
Joey talk with the keynote speaker for the 2015 Women’s Power Lunch Against Cancer, LeAnn Thieman. She is one of the “Chicken Soup for the Soul” book series’ most prolific
authors. The event is coming up Friday, April 24 at the President Abraham
Lincoln Hotel. Call 217-545-2955 or register online at www.siumed.edu/cancer.
Hillary Clinton announced in a video that she is running for president, and if former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley wants to run for president, he will have an uphill battle.
Hillary Clinton has announced in a video that she is running for President of the United States. What will her record as secretary of state, U.S. senator and first lady mean as she runs?
Joey talks with reporter Jenna Dooley from WNIJ in Dekalb about what she saw after tornadoes tore through two northern Illinois towns.