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Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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Donald Rients (R) — 18th District Congressional candidate

Joey talks with Donald Rients show is seeking the 18th Congressional District seat vacated by Aaron Schock.

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Professor Dr. Kent Redfield on Jesse Jackson Jr.

Alex Degman talks with University of Illinois Springfield political science professor Dr. Kent Redfield about Jesse Jackson Jr. and corruption sin Illinois politics.

Weekend Newswatch

Will the confederate flag some down in South Carolina?

South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley is calling for the confederate battle flag to be taken down from the statehouse grounds.

Morning Newswatch

The ‘Abe & Mary: Quite Contrary’ walking tour

Joey talks with the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum site interpreter Adam Curran about the new walking tour called ‘Abe & Mary: Quite Contrary.’

Weekend Newswatch

The Muni adds another “Spamalot” show

Joey talks with Springfield Muni board member Michelle McLaughlin about the how the Muni has added another “Spamalot” show to give folks a chance to see the show since several of the shows have been called due to rain.

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Bernie Sanders get big crowd for campaign rally.

Democrat presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, continues to draw big crowds on the campaign trail.

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Rob Mellon (D) — 18th District Congressional Candidate

Joey McLaughlin talks with Rob Mellon, one of the candidates vying to replace Aaron Schock in Illinois’ 18th Congressional District.

Morning Newswatch

Habitat for Humanity celebrates a milestone tonight

Joey talks with the Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Sangamon County, Colleen Stone about the 100th family the organization has housed.

Weekend Newswatch

“Grease” opens at Theater in the Park tonight

“Grease” director Karla Brady Wilhelm, joins Joey along with Haley Muller who plays “Sandy”, and Brooke Seacrist to talk about the show and sing “Raining on Prom Night” for you

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Hate in America

Why is it that america is still dealing with racial hatred in 2015?

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Another Day, Another Leaders’ Meeting

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Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner delivers his inauguration address Monday, Jan. 12, 2015, in Springfield, Ill., after being sworn in as Illinois' 42nd governor.

The four legislative leaders are now meeting daily with Gov. Bruce Rauner in his office.

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House Re-Votes on Budget; Passes Again

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Under the Capitol Dome

The mood was a little more tempered, but the votes remained the same.

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U of I Goes Inside for “Branding”

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A public relations firm hired to develop a branding plan for the University of Illinois' flagship campus has been replaced by a school committee.

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CPS Chief Leads Capitol Rally

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The head of Chicago Public Schools says the district has "reached the point of no return" and faces severe cuts without "equal" funding from the state.

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Rauner Not Paying Much Attention to Wednesday’s Budget Vote

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Outwardly, Gov. Bruce Rauner seems to be taking the state's most important matters in stride, a day after the Speaker of the House dissed his “working groups” and then engineered a budget vote controversial in many ways.