Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Springfield’s Office of Budget and Management Director Bill McCarty talks with Joey about the ongoing Springfield budget process.
Joey McLaughlin talks with John Hawkins form the Illinois Farm Bureau about the 2012 Ag Census about the state of agriculture in the state.
Lincoln Magnet School is teaching students about safe water. And you can provide water for one child, just by staying off of your phone. Teacher Ashely Wankel from Lincoln Magnet School talks with Joey about it.
Joey talks with Springfield’s Police Chief Kenny Winslow about his future and the future of the police department.
Joey talks with Springfield Park District Board President about finalizing Interim Executive Director Derek Harm’s contract.
IDOT’s Jennifer Toney talks with Joey on a new government report that says death rates for children are down because of car seats.
Joey McLaughlin talks with Rick Sanders Director of School Support talks about how district 186 deals with bullying.
Joey Talks with Chad Loy with Brahler Tire and Auto Center about all of those potholes that litter the streets, and the toll they take on your car.
Alderman Frank Edwards joins Joey to talk about the brief hiccup before approving Chief Winslow, and the city budget.
Joey is joined by WTAX’s Alex Degman, a panelist at the most recent gubernatorial debate, to see if there were any surprises, and if the candidates stayed civil to one another.