Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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Ask the Mayor (2 of 4)

Springfield Mayor Mike Houston talks with Joey and listeners in the July edition of “Ask the Mayor”

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Ask the Mayor (3 or 4)

Springfield Mayor Mike Houston talks with Joey and listeners in the July edition of “Ask the Mayor”

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Ask the Mayor (4 of 4)

Springfield Mayor Mike Houston talks with Joey and listeners in the July edition of “Ask the Mayor”

Morning Newswatch

Ward 6 Alderman Cory Jobe

Joey talks with Ward 6 Alderman Cory Jobe on last nights city council meeting.

Weekend Newswatch

Paul Palazzolo

Sangamon county Auditor and candidate for Mayor of Springfield Paul Palazzolo talks with Joey about how to grow the city.

Morning Newswatch

Supreme Court – Union Dues

UIS associate professor of Political Science Jason Pierceson talks with Joey on the Supreme Court decision on union dues.

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Immigration Policy

President Obama says he will begin taking steps on his own to change immigration policy using his executive authority.

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Supreme Court – ObamaCare

A closer look at the Supreme Court ruling the lets closely held companies opt out of the ObamaCare requirement that companies provide contraception coverage.

Morning Newswatch

Veterans Administration

Joey talks with Mike Lyons with CBS Radio News about former Procter & Gamble executive Robert McDonald, the proposed nominee to head up the embattled Department of Veterans Affairs.

Morning Newswatch

Blood Needed

Anna McFarland with the Central Illinois Community Blood Center talks with Joey about the extra need for blood during the 4th of July Holiday.

Recent Headlines

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Springfield City Council Continues Food Truck Debate

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The Springfield City Council will continue discussions on whether or not to place more regulations on food trucks, and will do so with Ward Six Alderman Cory Jobe's amendment reducing how far away a truck must be from a brick-and-mortar restaurant down to 500 feet.

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Springfield Unemployment Continues Decline

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The Illinois Department of Employment Security says unemployment continues to decline in Springfield and Sangamon County.

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Durall Named Acting Circuit Clerk

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A temporary replacement has been named for retiring Sangamon County Circuit Clerk Tony Libri.

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Jobe Changes Proposed Food Truck Ordinance

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Ward 6 Alderman Cory Jobe is tweaking his ordinance to restrict where food trucks can operate in Springfield in relation to existing brick and mortar restaurants.

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Duckworth Stops in Springfield for Senate Candidacy

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More than nineteen months out, we know the name of one Democrat who wants to be elected to the U.S. Senate, to the seat now held by Republican Mark Kirk.