Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Joey talks with Luke Sailer with the Department of Ag, and Patty Kuhn with the Springfield Clinic about the opening of the Illinois Products Farmers Market tomorrow at the Illinois State Fair Grounds.
The senate has passed a republican budget plan that contains deep domestic spending cuts that would eliminate deficits in 10 years.
Joey talks with Springfield School Board President Mike Zimmers about money the district has received from the state and on his reelection as president of the board.
Joey talks with mark McDonald about the 1000th episode of the long running series ‘Illinois Stories’ on WSEC.
One of the things you will her about newly announced presidential candidate Carly Fiorina her tenure as CEO at Hewlett-Packard.
Joey talks with Mark Schmidt, spokesman for the Autism Program of Illinois on getting the program up and running again since funding was restored last week.
Joey talks with Michelle Eccles with Horace Mann on how they celebrating teachers during ‘Teacher Appreciation Week.’
Political Action Committees have evolved since the 2012 presidential campaign.
Joey talks with historical reenactor Mark Whitlock and Karl Luthin with KEL Productions about the horses being used in the Lincoln reenactment this weekend.
Joey talks with some of the cast members of the spring musical at Springfield High School, “Hairspray The Musical” over signs at the school promoting the show.