Podcasts: Weekend Newswatch Podcasts

Weekend Newswatch Podcasts

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Entertainment News from the Illinois Times 1/4/14

No excuse to be bored this week. Plenty of opportunities to fill your time this week.

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Changes on the Publishing Landscape

A big change for two local publications.

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What Does the Recent Ruling Mean for Electronic Privacy?

Conflicting court rulings about the NSA survelliance program

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What will the Flu Season Hold?

Still have time to get your flu shot.

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Entertainment News with the Illinois Times 12/21/13

Bored? Think again. There is plenty to today throughout the area.

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Springfield Business Journal Report 12/21/13

WTAXs Alex Degman visited with the SBJs Brant Mackey for a look at the area business news.

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Chamber of Commerce Says Area is Doing OK Financially

The Springfield area is doing better than most of the state.

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Making Resolutions? Think About Volunteering

Plenty of opportunities to help out the community.

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The 10th Annual Holiday Interfaith Breakfast is Coming Up

WTAXs Kirk Farah visited with Michael Datz,the rabbi at Temple B’rith  Sholom and Les Eastep, volunteer to talk about this…

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The Latest in Area Business News with the Springfield Business Journal

WTAXs Alex Degman visits with the SBJs Brant Mackey

Recent Headlines

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Man, Boy, Dog Hit and Killed in Bloomington

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Poor lighting could be a factor

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Free Trade Proposal Brings Disagreement

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$8B for Illinois, says congressman

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Benedictine Goes Adults Only

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Growth in older population, reduction in traditional college-age cited

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State Lawmaker: IDOT Not the Only Agency Whose Hiring Process May be Suspect

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Federal monitor to check agency on hiring practices

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Rauner Denies Involvement in Springfield Reporter’s Resignation

Illinois Republican gubernatorial candidate businessman Bruce Rauner participates in a Republican gubernatorial candidate debate Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014, in Springfield, Ill. The four Republican gubernatorial candidates said that they’ll be willing to work with unions if elected but differed on how to approach the relationship during a downstate debate that largely focused on pension reform, taxes and just briefly on personal issues that have dogged some of the candidates.

Bruce Rauner says his fingerprints are not on the Chicago Sun-Times.