Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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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.

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Help with concealed carry in Sangamon County.

Alex Degman discusses concealed carry with Under-sherrif Jack Campbell.

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Congressman Rodney Davis on things on the Hill

Congressman Rodney Davis joins Joey to talk bout the latest from Washington.

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More light bulbs are going the way of the Dodo

Joey talks with Gary Hurly at CWLP about the next round of traditional incandescent light bulbs to go away…the 40 and 60 watt bulbs.

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Holiday Stories with Santa

Joey talks with Illinois Historic Preservation Agency Director Amy Martin, and Old State Capitol Site Superintendent Justin Blanford about activities at the Old State Capital Friday night.

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What should you do if you have been shopping at Target this holiday season.

Joey talks with CBS News and CNET Technology Consultant Larry Magid about credit card hacking at Target.

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Springfield TIF district expires – What it means to Springfield Schools

Joey McLaughlin talks with interim District 186 School Superintendent Bob Lemming on the expiration of the Park South TIF district and what it means for schools.

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Citizens Utility Board on the Ameren gas hike

Joey talks with the Jim Chilson from the Citizens Utility Board (CUB) on the new rate increase approval for Ameren.

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Daniel Noll on the “Shred Gate” settlement

Daniel Noll, who was a member of the city’s legal team joins Joey to talk about the settlement with Calvin Christian over the shredding of police documents.

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First Night Springfield Preview

Get a preview of some of the new activities that are slated for this years First Night Springfield with Springfield Area Arts Council Executive Director, Penny Wollen Kriel.

Recent Headlines

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U.S. Attorney James Lewis: Racially Biased?

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Questions have been raised about possible racial bias on behalf of U.S. Attorney James Lewis.

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Cattle Rustling: 18-year-old Gets 180 Days In Jail

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18-Year-Old gets 180 days in jail for taking part in cattle rustling.

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Cuba Relations: Could Be Boon For Illinois Farmers

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A relationship with Cuba could mean up to $7 million more a year for Illinois Farmers.

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Prison Lockdown: Chicken Pox To Blame

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Chicken Pox has locked down Illinois prisons.

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Illinois Tollway Expects Spike in Holiday Traffic

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Free coffee will also be available at tollway oases.