Morning Newswatch Podcasts
Joey talks with Representative Tim Butler about the budget, Governor Rauner’s ‘Turnaround Agenda’, and Dennis Hastert.
How did soccer’s international governing body, FIFA, get caught up in such controversy this week?
Joey talks with Dr. Kent Redfield, professor of Political Science at the University of Illinois at Springfield on the budget, and the Governor’s ‘Turnaround Agenda’.
Members of soccer’s international governing body were for sale.
Joey talks with State Senator Andy Manar on progress on the budget the Democrats have advanced that has about a $3 billion shortfall.
Ward 6 Alderman Cory Jobe joins Joey to discuss mayoral appointments, liquor license abstentions and the Stanford extension project.
Houston, the nations fourth largest city is assessing damage this morning after flooding killed at least five people, wrecked thousands of structures and left motorists stranded on flooded roads.
Joey talks with the new head of City, Water Light and Power, Doug Brown about the PILOT program, and a new water source for the city.
Joey talks with Sargent Chris Stone with the Conservation Police about new boating laws and safe boating as the season gets underway.
More brutal and deadly weather in Texas, Oklahoma and parts of Kansas.