Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Ukraine looks to be preparing for a final showdown with pro-Russian rebels…and heads up if your are preparing to travel overseas in the upcoming weeks. Passengers boarding flights headed to the u.s. may be asked to turn on electronics devices including cell phones
The first criminal trial connected to the Boston Marathon bombing is set to get underway today with opening statements expected in the case of a former college student accused of taking evidence from the alleged bombers dorm room.
Joey talks with WTAXs Kirk Farah about those living at the Bel Aire Motel.
Researchers thought autism was more common among white children in the U.S. than other groups, but new research says the mothers place of birth may play a big role.
For patients accurate medical records are key to good care, yet studies show there are faulty records for nearly a third of cancer outpatients and half to three quarters of primary care patients.
A speech by the head of the National Association of Manufacturers might signal that 2014 is shaping up as a turning point year in the business communities relationship with the political system.
Congressman Rodney Davis joins Joey to talk his new chief of staff, immigration and the latest employment numbers.
Joey talks with Jerome Village President Mike Lopez on the 4th of July parade tomorrow, and gives you some pet safety tips for the 4th of July.
A key suspect in the 2012 attack on the u.s. consulate in Benghazi has been ordered held without bail as he awaits trial in Washington.
Target doesn’t want you to bring your guns to their stores…and the Department of Homeland Security has awarded a massive contract to a company accused of defrauding the government.