Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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Ferguson & Ebola Updates

The latest on those Ebola patients who were released from the hospital, and it was another night of relative calm in Ferguson Missouri.

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Ferguson Business

Nearly two weeks after the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson…the city is finding it harder to pick up the pieces night after night.

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Syrian Rescue Attempt

The United States attempted to rescue kidnapped hostages that included the journalist who was beheaded by the Islamic State.

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Ferguson

Joey talks with Steve Futterman from CBS Radio News on the latest, live from Ferguson Missouri.

Weekend Newswatch

Mad Mud Dash

Joey talks with Kemia Sarraf with genHkids about the upcoming Mad Mud Dash.

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Alderman Joe McMenamin

Joey talks with Ward 7 Alderman Joe McMenamin on the Springfield City Council meeting.

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The Wall Street Journal on Ferguson

Marchers protesting the police shooting of an unarmed teenager defied law enforcement requests of police to stay off the streets after dark.

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Michael Calhoun on Ferguson

Joey talks with Michael Calhoun from CBS Radio News/KMOX Radio in St. Louis on the latest from Ferguson.

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District 186 Board President Mike Zimmers

District 186 Board President Mike Zimmers joins Joey to discuss the Springfield school districts board meeting last night and the first day of school in the district.

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Overnight in Ferguson

More unrest in Ferguson overnight had police releasing more tear gas to disperse the crowds.

Recent Headlines

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Palazzolo Slams CWLP for Fee Increase Proposal

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He says asking customers for more money is the wrong way to go, especially if the utility wants to attract new customers.

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District 186 Administrative Offices Burglarized

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Springfield Police are looking for clues as to who tried to burglarize Springfield Public Schools' administrative offices.

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Inmate Escapes from Vandalia Prison

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An inmate escaped Tuesday afternoon from a prison in Vandalia.

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Former IDPH Administrator Pleads Guilty to Bribery, Filing False Returns

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A former Illinois Department of Public Health Administrator has pleaded guilty to bribery, kickbacks, and filing false income tax returns.

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Christie Returns, Stumps for Rauner in Chicago

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The leader of the Republican Governors’ Association considers the governor’s race in Illinois the most important in the country.