Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Joey talks with State Senator and candidate for the 18th Congressional Seat vacated by Aaron Schock, Darin LaHood about the election on Thursday. (9-10-15).
Joey talks with Ward 6 Alderman Cory Jobe about the Inspector General for the city of Springfield.
Joey talks with District 186 Board President Mike Zimmers about the number of students who didn’t get immunizations, the school transfer policy, and computers for teachers.
Congress has three weeks to meet a budget deadline, but conservative anger about funding for Planned Parenthood is railroading plans by GOP leaders to avoid a shutdown.
Joey talks with President and Chief Professional Officer of United Way of Central Illinois, John Kelker about nonprofits and the state’s budget situation.
The Federal Reserve’s decision about when to raise interest rates apparently did not get any easier with the August jobs report.
Joey talks to University of Illinois Springfield Professor Donna Rogers Skowronski, and instructor, Department of Management at the College of Business and Management about the state of Unions.
As we arrive at the unofficial end of summer this labor day, it’s time to think about the sun exposure you have received this summer.
So what if Donald Trump wins the presidency.
Joey talks with Dave Kiesow with Kiesow Racing about the motorcycle races this weekend at the Illinois State Fairgrounds and the “Springfield Mile.”