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Saturday, June 6, 201506/06/2015

Entertainment With The Illinois Times

In Weekend Newswatch Podcasts

Entertainment with The Illinois Times 6/6/15

Friday, June 5, 201506/05/2015

Crazy names

In Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

The girl whose family got arrested for cheering at graduation has a crazy name. Ray wishes he’d given his daughter…

Friday, June 5, 201506/05/2015

Did a citizen threaten tv 20 at a council meeting?

In Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

James Johson gives a warning to tv 20 at the Council meeting. Ray talks about it and takes calls http://media.wtax.com/johnsoncalls060315.mp3Podcast:…

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Friday, June 5, 201506/05/2015

Ray talks Chatham cut proposals with Matt Mau

In Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

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Friday, June 5, 201506/05/2015

Focus 6/7

In Focus Podcasts

Show Date: June 7, 2015

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Friday, June 5, 201506/05/2015

Sherman Mayor on the latest with the new village park

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Sherman Mayor Trevor Clatfelter about the next phase for the new park in front of the Rail Golf Course.

Morning Newswatch

Friday, June 5, 201506/05/2015

Sangamon Auditorium announces the new season

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with the Director of Sangamon Auditorium Bob Vaughn about the just announced upcoming season.

Weekend Newswatch

Friday, June 5, 201506/05/2015

Representative Greg Harris on Illinois Education Czar Beth Purvis

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Representative Greg Harris about the House Committee meeting yesterday that discussed Education Czar Beth Purvis’ salary coming out of the Department of Human Services, not the Education Department.

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Friday, June 5, 201506/05/2015

The U.S. Department of Labor releases the latest jobs report

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

The Labor Department releases the jobs report for may today, as they do on the first Friday of every month.

Morning Newswatch

Thursday, June 4, 201506/04/2015

Springfield Police Chief Kenny Winslow on body cam legislation

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Springfield Police Chief Kenny Winslow about the body cam legislation that awaits Governor Bruce Rauner’s signature.

Recent Headlines

6 hours ago in Local

Lawmakers, Interest Groups Set Stage for Final Days

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Workers compensation, economic growth discussed in Tuesday news conferences

13 hours ago in Local

Springfield City Council to Discuss Waste Hauling Fee Increase

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The Springfield City Council may or may not consider raising garbage fees next month.

19 hours ago in Local

Dems Slate Two Candidates for Fall Election

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Democrats have slated Robert Spencer of Pleasant Plains to run against Don Gray for Sangamon County Clerk, while Circuit Clerk Paul Palazzolo will face opposition from Donnie Killen of Springfield.

19 hours ago in Local

Redfield: Capitol Has Similar, But Different, Feeling

ILLINOIS POLITICS 7-24-15 Mike Lawrence and Kent Redfield

University of Illinois Springfield Political Science Kent Redfield says in some ways, it actually feels like lawmakers are getting toward the end of the legislative session.

19 hours ago in Local, Sports

Nunn Dismissed from U of I Basketball Team

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The University of Illinois has dismissed junior guard Kendrick Nunn from the basketball team following his guilty plea to misdemeanor domestic battery.

19 hours ago in Local

Informant Suggests Drew Peterson Wants to Sell Drugs

FILE - In this May 8, 2009 file photo, former Bolingbrook, Ill., police sergeant Drew Peterson arrives at the Will County Courthouse in Joliet, Ill., for his arraignment on charges of first-degree murder in the 2004 death of his third wife Kathleen Savio. On Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013, Will County Judge Edward Burmila sentenced Peterson to 38 years in prison for Savio's murder.  (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green, File)

Secret recordings between Drew Peterson and an inmate he's accused of trying to enlist to help kill a prosecutor show that the former suburban Chicago police officer discussed selling drugs in Mexico if he gets out of prison.