Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Joey talks with Downtown Springfield Inc. Executive Director Victoria Ringer about the latest on the Sustainable Design Assessment Team (S-DAT) recommendations and progress on new residential space.
Tom discusses with Joey McLaughlin the latest on the hydraulic fracturing or “fracking” hearings being held around the state.
WTAX’s Alex Degman talks with Lopez about this evening’s school board meeting; they’re expected to approve a new temporary superintendent and a revised school day for the high schools.
They discuss the budget and the pending farm bill action that needs to take place.
The superintendent-select talks with Farah about her goals for the district once hired next month.
Craig MacFarland joins WTAX’s Alex Degman to talk about the annual event promoting the arts in downtown Springfield.
MacFarland joins WTAX’s Alex Degman to recap the public forum looking for a new Springfield superintendent.
The Wall Street Journal Report takes us through a potential federal budget compromise that’s facing considerable conservative opposition.
ICC spokesman Beth Bosch explains what went into the decision, and hints at what the ICC is thinking in terms of natural gas delivery rates.
McMenamin talks about his proposed ordinance to limit aldermanic pay raises to 1 percent over a four year term.