Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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Continuing Airstrikes

The first U.S. lead airstrikes on extremists groups in Syria hit militant leaders, training camps and control centers.

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Arab Partners Against ISIS

The Obama administration sees the participation of Arab states as critical to the air strikes against terrorist groups inside Syria.

Morning Newswatch

U.S. Airstrikes

Jeff McCausland with CBS News discusses the U.S. air strikes inside Syria, and the new plans for terror attacks against the U.S.

Weekend Newswatch

State Senator Mike Frerichs

Joey talks with Illinois Treasurer candidate, State Senator Mike Frerichs.

Weekend Newswatch

Rep. Tom Cross

Joey visits with Illinois Representative Tom Cross who is running for Treasurer of Illinois.

Morning Newswatch

Flu Clinics

Jim Stone, the Director of the Sangamon County Department of Public Health talks with Joey about flu clinics which start today.

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Data Breach Disclosure

As consumers we are in uncharted territory when it comes to data breaches.

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Climate Talks

World leaders start tomorrow on the first new round of global climate talks since a failed push five years ago.

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Scotland

Voters in Scotland have decided to stay in the UK, saying no to the plan to secede.

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Johnnie Owens at the Hoogland

Joey talks with Johnnie Owens who is performing a night of jazz September 19 at 8pm in the Club Room at the Hoogland Center for the Arts.

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Comptroller: What Can and Can’t Be Paid During Impasse?

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Whether state workers can or should be paid without a state budget seems to be a contentious point between the Attorney General and Comptroller.

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New President of Robert Morris University Illinois Has Springfield Connection

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RMU grad Mablene Krueger replaces Michael Violtt.

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City Council to Reconsider Eliminating Vacation Payout

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The Springfield City Council could finally be poised to consider nixing a plan that gives city employees a higher retirement benefit, at the expense of unused vacation pay.

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Professor Suing U of I Has New Job

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Steven Salaita will work for the American University of Beirut.

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Plenty of Room Left at Illinois Landfills

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Existing Illinois landfills have capacity to take trash for another 21 years.