Morning Newswatch Podcasts
MacFarland joins WTAX’s Alex Degman to recap the public forum looking for a new Springfield superintendent.
The Wall Street Journal Report takes us through a potential federal budget compromise that’s facing considerable conservative opposition.
ICC spokesman Beth Bosch explains what went into the decision, and hints at what the ICC is thinking in terms of natural gas delivery rates.
McMenamin talks about his proposed ordinance to limit aldermanic pay raises to 1 percent over a four year term.
Court Conn joins WTAX’s Alex Degman to talk about a new coffee shop opening in the landmark, saved from demolition in 2009.
Theilen offers his opinion on the proposed $100,000 settlement between Calvin Christian III and the city of Springfield to settle a FOIA dispute.
Zahrn says for all intents and purposes, county roads look pretty good Monday morning.
IDOT’s Joe Schacter joins Alex Degman to talk about the forum, being held Tuesday from 4 – 7 p.m. at the Springfield Hilton to go over the plans.
MacFarland joins WTAX’s Alex Degman to update us on the superintendent search — it’s almost over, and the public should get involved at a forum this week.
Pounds of cookies to benefit a local church that needs help? I’m not sure there’s a downside here.