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Morning Newswatch Podcasts


Previewing Week 2 of the Fall Veto Session

Will the state’s minimum wage be raised?


Is Black Friday on its way out?

Sales were down this year.

Morning Newswatch

Black Friday in Springfield

Joey talks with Kirk Farah as he checks out all of the hot spots for Black Friday shopping around Springfield.

Weekend Newswatch

Springfield Muni season announced

Michelle Eccles and Mark Wheeler from the Muni Board talk with Joey about the 2015 Muni season and how to get season tickets.


Ferguson on Black Friday

Ferguson Missouri residents came out in a show of support on thanksgiving to clean up debris and spruce up buildings after violence earlier this week.


Are you going to watch the calories today?

Joey talks with Emily Bailey, a clinical dietitian with Memorial Medical Center on how you can keep the calories in check on this Thanksgiving.

Weekend Newswatch

These apps can help you as you hit the stores on Black Friday

If you are braving the masses tomorrow at the store you might need some extra help. These apps might come in handy.


Will things change in Washington with the new congress?

In 2015 republicans will control both houses of congress after capturing the senate from democrats in the election a little more than three weeks ago. Can we expect big changes in D.C.?

Weekend Newswatch

Ward 3 Alderman Doris Turner

Ward 3 Alderman Doris Turner talks with Joey about last night’s city council meeting and the racism in Springfield.

Morning Newswatch

Stever Futterman live in Ferguson

Joey talks with Steve Futterman with CBS Radio News live from Ferguson on last nights rioting.

Recent Headlines

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Foul Play Not Suspected in Death of Southern Illinois Woman

jeannie schuur

Authorities in southern Illinois say foul play is not suspected in the death of a 22-year-old Murphysboro woman whose body…

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Prosecutors: Man Eyed Targets After Brother Shot

corey morgan

Investigators say a Chicago man suspected in the fatal shooting of a 9-year-old boy went looking for targets after his brother was killed during a months-long gang feud.

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Lawyers for Schock Say Documents Handed Over to Prosecutors

AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite

Attorneys for former Illinois congressman Aaron Schock say they have reached an agreement with federal prosecutors on documents currently under review by a federal judge.

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Senate Democratic Candidates Seek Backing From Big Names

Tammy Duckworth

Some powerful Democrats in Illinois are backing different candidates in the party’s U.S. Senate primary.

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Man Killed After Shooting Inside Home


Incident happened around 3:30am on East Brown.