Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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Rep. Rich Brauer

Joey talks with Representative Rich Brauer about the Legislative Audit Commission and it’s investigation into the Governor’s Neighborhood Recovery Initiative.

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Illinois Products Farmers Market

Kendra Schilling from the Department of Ag and Patty Kuhn from Springfield Clinic join Joey to talk about the Illinois products Farmers Market at the State Fairgrounds.

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Ask the Mayor Part 1

Mayor Mike Houston joins Joey the first Wednesday of every month for “Ask the Mayor”

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Ask the Mayor Part 2

Springfield Mayor Mike Houston joins Joey the first Wednesday of every month for “Ask the Mayor”

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Ask the Mayor Part 3

Springfield Mayor Mike Houston joins Joey the first Wednesday of every month for “Ask the Mayor”

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Ask the Mayor Part 4

Springfield Mayor Mike Houston joins Joey the first Wednesday of every month for “Ask the Mayor”

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New School Board President

Mike Zimmers, the newly elected district 186 School Board President Talks with Joey about his outlook for the district.

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Race for the Cure

Laurie Reimers joins Joey to discuss Springfield’s inaugural Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure coming up Friday May 16th.

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Chief Winslow on the Latest Shootings

Springfield Police Chief Kenny Winslow talks with Joey about the recent rash of shootings in the city, including two over the weekend.

Chamber of Commerce

The New Chamber CEO

Chris Hembrough, joins Joey to talk about he new gig as the new President and CEO of The Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce.

Recent Headlines

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U.S. Attorney James Lewis: Racially Biased?

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Questions have been raised about possible racial bias on behalf of U.S. Attorney James Lewis.

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Cattle Rustling: 18-year-old Gets 180 Days In Jail

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18-Year-Old gets 180 days in jail for taking part in cattle rustling.

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Cuba Relations: Could Be Boon For Illinois Farmers

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A relationship with Cuba could mean up to $7 million more a year for Illinois Farmers.

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Prison Lockdown: Chicken Pox To Blame

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Chicken Pox has locked down Illinois prisons.

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Illinois Tollway Expects Spike in Holiday Traffic

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Free coffee will also be available at tollway oases.