Podcasts: Weekend Newswatch Podcasts

Weekend Newswatch Podcasts

illinois times

Entertainment With The Illinois Times

Entertainment With The Illinois Times 8/22/15

Springfield Business Journal

Springfield Business Journal Report

Springfield Business Journal Report 8/15/15

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Entertainment With The Illinois Times

Entertainment with The Illinois Times 8/15/15

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Hiroshima and the Atomic Age

Reflections on 70th Anniversary of the Hiroshima Bombing.

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Women Excel With Makeup/Women in Film

Makeup can help women get ahead. But women still have strides to go to make it as big as men in Hollywood.

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The Donald Still Swinging/Another Federal Computer Hack

Donald Trump’s hard-hitting campaign style may be alienating him. The Russians are alleged to be behind another computer hack.

Springfield Business Journal

Springfield Business Journal

Springfield Business Journal Report 8/8/15

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Entertainment With The Illinois Times

Entertainment With The Illinois Times 8/8/15

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Entertainment with The Illinois Times

Entertainment with The Illinois Times 8/1/15

Recent Headlines

8 hours ago in Local

Rauner Repeats: Budget Can Still Be Passed

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Rauner: Keep up the good work and come to a compromise, lawmakers.

8 hours ago in Local

Industry Reacts to Rauner News Conference

Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner signs an executive order on criminal justice reform at the Sangamon County Courthouse Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015, in Springfield, Ill. Rauner's executive order will create the Illinois State Commission on Criminal Justice and Sentencing Reform.

Workers Comp? Didn't we already do that?

13 hours ago in Local

Lawmaker: Stop Telling People “Illinois Sucks”

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Lawmaker says too many people say "Illinois sucks."

13 hours ago in Local

No Appeal — Again — for Blago Corruption Convictions

Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, with his wife Patti at his side, speaks to the media Wednesday, March 14, 2012 in Chicago. The 55-year-old Democrat is due to report to a prison in Colorado on Thursday to begin serving a 14-year sentence, making him the second Illinois governor in a row to go to prison for corruption. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)

The Supreme Court won't reconsider its decision to reject former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich's appeal of his corruption convictions.

13 hours ago in Local

SOS: No Extra Cost for Drivers License Changes

New Drivers License

The Illinois Secretary of State's office says a plan to issue driver's licenses and state identification cards in Illinois that are more secure won't require additional state funding.