Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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Public Hearings for a Clean Energy Transmission Line

Alex Degman talks about a series of public hearings so people can get more information on the Grain Belt Express Clean Line.

Obama speaks about the sequester in Washington

President Obama Wants More Support for Police Body Cams

The Wall Street Journal This Morning’s Gordon Deal reports.

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DSI’s Ann Frescura on Old Capitol Holiday Walks

The first Holiday Walk is this Wednesday.

A protester yells at a Missouri State Police officer during a protest at the Ferguson, Mo., police headquarters Friday, Oct. 10, 2014, in Ferguson.

CBS’s Steve Futterman on Weekend Activity in the St. Louis Region

Steve Futterman reports on weekend protests at St. Louis area malls and previews the work of the Ferguson Commission.

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Previewing Week 2 of the Fall Veto Session

Will the state’s minimum wage be raised?

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Is Black Friday on its way out?

Sales were down this year.

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Black Friday in Springfield

Joey talks with Kirk Farah as he checks out all of the hot spots for Black Friday shopping around Springfield.

Weekend Newswatch

Springfield Muni season announced

Michelle Eccles and Mark Wheeler from the Muni Board talk with Joey about the 2015 Muni season and how to get season tickets.

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Ferguson on Black Friday

Ferguson Missouri residents came out in a show of support on thanksgiving to clean up debris and spruce up buildings after violence earlier this week.

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Are you going to watch the calories today?

Joey talks with Emily Bailey, a clinical dietitian with Memorial Medical Center on how you can keep the calories in check on this Thanksgiving.

Recent Headlines

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Electricity on the Open Market

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CUB has comparison tool online

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DCFS Answers Criticism

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Poor record-keeping, no training about runaways

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Schock in Court

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His lawyers say they want to protect his constitutional rights

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Crooked Contractor Sent to Prison

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A Springfield man is admitting to bilking a customer out of more than $50,000 for home repair work he never did.

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State Contract with AFSCME Extended 2 Months; Governor Vetoes Anti-Strike Bill

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There's still no state budget, but contract talks continue with the biggest state workers' union.