Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Joey talks with Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder on his monthly visit to the Morning Newswatch on “Ask the Mayor.”
Joey talks with Springfield Police Chief Kenny Winslow on keeping his job as the chief after having had to reapply for the position.
Joey talks with CBS Radio News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk about the United States and Cuba opening embassies in each others nations.
New Jersey Governor Chris Chritstie has become the 14th republican to enter the 2016 race for president.
Joey talks with Nick Barnets from CBS Radio News live from Athens, Greece to get the latest on the economic crisis there.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding federal subsidies for the Affordable Care Act virtually guarantees the law will remain in place.
We have been seeing long lines at ATMs in Greece, with people waiting to withdraw cash. What is life like there right now?
Jonna Cooley joins Alex Degman to talk about what this means for Springfield — both for same sex couples and those who don’t want to be involved due to religious reasons.
It’s rained this month. A lot. How much?
Tony Lo Sasso from the Illinois Institute of Government and Public Affairs explains what the ruling means and what’s next.