Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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Keep you furry little friends warm this winter.

Joey McLaughlin talks with Dr. Brett Peterson from Laketown Animal Hospital on keeping your dogs and cats safe and warm…

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The Odd Couple opens this weekend

Joey talks with Gus Gordon who stars in “The Odd Couple” which opens this weekend at the Hoogland Center for the Arts.

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Keeping UIS students safe

In the wake of the White House report release yesterday that says college aged women are at the greatest risk of being raped, Joey McLaughlin talks with UIS police officer Amanda Baughman on steps the school takes to keep students safe.

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Red Cross emergency services

Joey McLaughlin talks with Capitol Area Red Cross Disaster Response Coordinator Glenn Fisher after a fire put a family.y out of their home on Thursday.

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The ALPLM has a new attraction in its new annex.

Chris Miller from the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum (ALPLM) talks with Joey about “Lincoln” the movie sets and props in Union Station, the new annex for the ALPLM.

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Sherman gets a $5,000 grant for roads

Mayor Trevor Clatfelter visits with Joey about a $5,000 grant from the Sangamon County Planning Commission, and economic development in Sherman.

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How healthy are the residents of Sangamon county?

Joey talks with Dr. David Steward, from the SIU School of Medicine’s Office of Community Health and Service about Sangamon County ranking as one of the unhealthiest counties in the state.

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Race relations in Springfield

Joey talks with Sandy Robinson with the Springfield Office of Community Relations about race relations in the city.

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You want an open internet, right?

Ray Schroeder, from the University of Illinois Springfield talks with Joey about a recently struck down ruling from the FCC might affect how you stream movies in your home.

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State Senator Sam McCann

Joey talks with State Senator Sam McCann on some of the latest headlines coming out of the Springfield.

Recent Headlines

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Sanitary District Wants $70m+ in Bonds for Plant Upgrades

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The Springfield Metro Sanitary District could need $70 million in bond money to pay for upgrades to the Sugar Creek Treatment Plant

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Police Seek Sangamon Co. Fugitives

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Three fugitives who've stolen from a number of Springfield stores are being sought.

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Cornel West Cancels U of I Appearance over Salaita

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A prominent civil rights activist and academic has cancelled a speech at the University of Illinois because of the school's decision to rescind a job offer to a Native American studies professor.

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Court Monitor Says IDOT Should Clean House on Hiring Rules

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A federal court-appointed monitor has recommended that the Illinois Department of Transportation clean up its hiring rules.

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Rauner Wants “Voter Empowerment”

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Gov. Bruce Rauner is using some new rhetoric as he brings his agenda to the public. What was once known…