Podcasts: Weekend Newswatch Podcasts

Weekend Newswatch Podcasts

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Martin Luther King, Jr Day Events Slated

MLK day to marked with several events, including a Monday parade to honor the civil rights leader.

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Springfield Business Journal 1/11/14

The latest on the business landscape in the area with the Springfield Business Journal

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Entertainment News with the Illinois Times Jan 11

Anita Steinstra runs down the latest on entertainment

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High Speed Rail Slowly Becoming a Reality

WTAXs Kirk Farah visits with Joe Schacter, Director of Intermodal Transportation IDOT to see what area residents will see as…

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ACA Payment Deadline Extended

WTAXs Kirk Farah visited with Michael Mannion to talk about Blue Cross Blue Shield Illinois decision to extend the deadline…

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Quitline Here to Help

IL Lung Association SVP Michael Mark says…Don’t give up trying to quit smoking.  It may take a few attempts but…

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New CEO for SPARC

SPARC installs a new CEO

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State Rep. Rich Brauer on the New Session

State Rep Rich Brauer gazes through the crystal ball with his thoughts on the new ILGA session that starts in a couple of weeks.

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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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Beer Tickets Land State Fair Manager in Hot Water

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Bliefnick hasn't responded for comment

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On-Line Learning Could Get a Boost

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Maintaining common standards in online college coursework is the goal of a new state law

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Illinois Coal a Hot Commodity Worldwide

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Illinois coal exports have risen sharply in recent years, even as its high sulfur content limits its demand in the U.S.

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Downtown Taylorville Building Partially Collapses

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A downtown Taylorville business is closed after part of its building collapsed over the weekend.

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Cameras Could Appear in Sangamon County Courtrooms

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Half a dozen central Illinois counties could soon join a pilot project that allows cameras in court.