Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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Scotland Vote

Voters in Scotland are casting ballots today over whether they should become an independent country succeeding from the united kingdom, what would that mean for the Scottish economy?

Weekend Newswatch

Alderman Jobe on CWLP and Outlet Mall

Ward 6 Alderman Cory Jobe talks with Joey about the possibility of a larger CWLP bill for you and a joining of forces on the propose Legacy Pointe Town Center Outlet Mall.

Morning Newswatch

Help the Central Illinois Foodbank

Joey talks with Krista Lisser about how a vote from you can help the Central Illinois Foodbank get $60,000 from WalMart.

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A Possibility for US Boots on the Ground in Middle East

Will the United States lead a ground war in the Middle East….it depends on who you ask.

Morning Newswatch

Ward 8 Race

Ernie Slottag talks with Joey about his candidacy for war 8 alderman.

Weekend Newswatch

Carbon Monoxide at North Mac

Joey talks with COO at Memorial Medical Center, Chuck Callahan about those treated for carbon monoxide poisoning from North Mac Intermediate Schools.

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Mike Zimmers on District 186 Board Meeting

Joey talks with District 186 Board President Mike Zimmers about lat night’s school board meeting and carbon monoxide safeguards for Springfield schools.

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U.S. Air Strikes

The U.S. military has carried out it’s first air strike in Iraq as part of an expanded mission announced last week by the President.

Weekend Newswatch

CBS Military Analyst on ISIS

Joey talks with Mike Lyons, a military analyst for CBS Radio News on the current situation with the coalition forming to fight ISIS.

Morning Newswatch

LPGA Players comming for Girl Scout Golf Tourney

Joey talks with Kate Peters, the Chief Operating Officer/Fund Development, Marketing & Communications Director of the Girl Scouts of Central Illinois about some LPGA players coming to town for a golf tournament.

Recent Headlines

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Eastbound Monroe St. Reduced by Capitol

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Public Works says multiple service valves have broken and they need to be repaired.

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Portions of Chatham Under Boil Order

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Residents and businesses in the area on West Walnut St. from Route 4 to College might experience low water pressure or no water pressure at all.

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State Rep. Raymond Poe Undergoing Stem Cell Transplant

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State Representative Rich Brauer, others, say they'll step in while Poe is out.

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Tax Man Cometh

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Sizable tax bill on its way

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Big Gift from Big Yellow

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Caterpillar Foundation gives $1M to fight Ebola