Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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Are you a procrastinator?

Joey talks Tisha Bayless, an adult outpatient therapist with Mental Health Centers of Central Illinois, an affiliate of Memorial Health System on procrastination.

Rodney Davis checks in before heading back to D.C.

Joey McLaughlin talks with Rep. Rodney Davis on the latest on Obama Care and expired tax exemptions.

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First Night Springfield

Joey Talks with the Springfield Arts Council’s Craig Williams about First Night Springfield.

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Make plans now NOT to drink and drive.

Joey talks with Shannon Alderman of the Illinois Department of Transportation about drinking and driving on New Year’s Eve

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Are resoultions more trouble than they are worth?

Joey McLaughlin talks with Beverly Flaxington of thehumanbehaviorcoach.com about how to make your resolution for the new year work.

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Put that phone down while you are behind the wheel!

Joey McLaughlin talks with Sheriff Neil Williamson on the new distracted driving law for the new year, and the department’s new FaceBook page.

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Worker Comp Claims to Get Closer Scrutiny

The Houston administration hopes to be able to more closely monitor worker comp claims next year

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City Budget Hearings Get Underway Soon

The Springfield City Council to start budget hearings.

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What is the Economic Outlook of the Region?

What may we expect as the region contiues to struggle economically?

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The latest on rail consolidation in downtown Springfield

Joey talks with Ward 5 Alderman Sam Cahnman on the latest movement on rail consolidation in downtown Springfield.

Recent Headlines

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Madigan Files Pension Appeal

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Attorney General Lisa Madigan has filed official notice with the Supreme Court that the state will appeal a ruling that Illinois' landmark pension overhaul is unconstitutional.

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Chicago Couple Sues Aviation Company Over Crash

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A Chicago couple is suing the owner of a small cargo plane that crashed into their home.

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$4.5 Million Headed To Illinois Food Banks; Springfield Included

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The state is giving nearly $4.5 million to eight food banks across Illinois for modernization.