Podcasts: Weekend Newswatch Podcasts

Weekend Newswatch Podcasts

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History Comes Alive 05/10/2014

History Comes Alive in Springfield, IL 05/10/2014

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Entertainment with the Illinois Times 05/10/2014

Entertainment with the Illinois Times 05/10/2014

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Springfield Business Journal Report 05/10/2014

Springfield Business Journal Report 05/10/2014

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Topic A – Springfield Shootings

Springfield Shootings 5/03/2014

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Springfield Business Journal Report

Springfield Business Journal 5/03/2014

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Entertainment with the Illinois Times

Entertainment with IT 5/03/2014

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Downtown Springfield Inc. Upcoming Events

Downtown Springfield Inc. upcoming events

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Springfield Civic Garden Club Annual Plant Sale

Springfield Civic Garden Club’s annual Plant Sale coming up May 3

SOHO 2014

Volunteers Needed for SOHO Music Festival

Volunteers needed for the SOHO in Downtown Springfield

Springfield Art Association

Springfield Art Assn 100th Anniversary Gala

Cheri Ballinger joins SAA Executive Director Betsy Dollar about the 100th Anniversary Gala coming up for the Springfield Art Association.

Recent Headlines

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New Subpoena Issued in NRI Probe

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Federal authorities in Chicago issued a new subpoena over records involving Gov. Pat Quinn's troubled anti-violence program.

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JCAR Wants More Time to Consider Fracking Rules

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A legislative panel said Tuesday that it wants more time to decide whether rules written by the Department of Natural Resources to govern hydraulic fracturing in Illinois can take effect.

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UIUC Chancellor Regrets Uproar Over Professor

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Wise told the campus' Senate Executive Committee on Monday that the university's board of trustees will be asked to consider approving the hiring of future tenured faculty much earlier in the process.

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Belleville “Needles in Meat” Man Again Seeking Bond

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A Metro East man accused of inserting sewing needles into packaged supermarket meats that a federal prosecutor called "booby traps'' wants a federal judge to reconsider denying him his release on bond.

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Rauner Tied to Medicaid Fraud, Vallas Says

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He's not involved, spokesman says