Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Joey talks with Sangamon County Administrator Brian McFadden about the Sangamon county budget for fiscal year 2016.
Joey talks with District 186 Superintendent Jennifer Gill about actions taken at last night’s school board meeting, yesterday’s soft lock-down and computers.
Joey talks with the President and CEO of 12 Baskets Full, Dr. Rod Matticks about the local nonprofit that collects medicine to send to those in need.
Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson is now the number one pick of GOP presidential primary voters with Donald Trump slipping to second place according to a survey by the Wall Street Journal and NBC News.
Joey talked with Springfield Ward 5 Alderman Andrew Proctor on his effort to keep the Food Mart building form being torn down.
Joey talks with CBS Radio News reporter Edward Yeranian live from Egypt on the Russian Metrojet Airbus crash, which authorities say disintegrated at high altitude.
Today begins the first full week on the job for newly elected Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan.
Joey talks with Representative Tim Butler about the budget meeting between the governor and the legislative leaders coming on on the 18th of November.
Joey talks with the Director of the UIS Volunteer & Civic Engagement Center, Mark Dochterman about UIS students Trick-or-Treating for canned goods to benefit the Central Illinois Foodbank. Hy-Vee will match the canned good donations this year.
You can take the kiddies to the Hoogland Center for the Arts this weekend for the “Halloween Family Carnival.” Joey talks with Autumn and Emily with Hoogland Teens about the fun.