Podcasts

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Monday, September 9, 201309/09/2013

Higher Water Rates For Chatham Water Customers?

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Will the Chatham Village Board Vote on Tuesday evening concerning an increase of Water Rates for Chatham Water Customers?

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Monday, September 9, 201309/09/2013

Would You Like To Be A Voulteer Tutor For The Springfield Literacy Project!

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More than “reading” Tutor are needed.

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Monday, September 9, 201309/09/2013

The Ray Lytle Show Friday September 6 2013

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The FAT Club with Ray, John and Marvin start the show with news including a new website to find love,…

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Monday, September 9, 201309/09/2013

The Ray Lytle Show Thursday September 5 2013

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Ray talks to parents and kids from Chatham schools who discuss the school lunches, but it isnt without controversy as…

Law Talk

Saturday, September 7, 201309/07/2013

Law Talk – 9/7

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Show Date: September 7, 2013

kirk_farah

Saturday, September 7, 201309/07/2013

Convention Center Make-Over Nearing Finish

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PCCC Brian Oaks visited with Kirk Farah on the Weekend NewsWatch

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Saturday, September 7, 201309/07/2013

“Basket of Hope” Find out how you can get involved

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Kim Curry shares her passion with Kirk Farah on the Weekend NewsWatch

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Saturday, September 7, 201309/07/2013

Business News with the Springfield Business Journal

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Brian Mackey keeps us up to date every Saturday morning on the Weekend NewsWatch

kirk_farah

Saturday, September 7, 201309/07/2013

Entertainment News from the Illinois Times for the week of Sept 8

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No reason to be bored. The Illinois Times runs down the area’s events

Friday, September 6, 201309/06/2013

Ald McMenamin Talks to Kirk Farah about Workers’ Comp Cases

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Alderman Joe McMenamin wants to know why the city is so quick to approve workers’ compensation cases.

Recent Headlines

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Rauner Denies Involvement in Springfield Reporter’s Resignation

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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.

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Raymond Cub Scouts Still Improving

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Police say the condition of three Cub Scouts is improving after they were injured in a chemical explosion.

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Springfield Unemployment Numbers Show Decline

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Unemployment dropped in all of Illinois' metro areas in September

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Durbin: Sun-Times Reporter’s Departure “Worrisome”

Republican state Sen., Jim Oberweis, right, offers to give Democratic U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, more paper after Durbin joked about only getting one page of paper for notes before their first of two televised debates prior to the Nov. 4 election Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014, in Chicago. Oberweis, a dairy entrepreneur from Sugar Grove, has acknowledged it will take a big GOP year to unseat Durbin, the second-ranking Democrat in the U.S. Senate who's represented Illinois on Capitol Hill for more than three decades.

Bruce Rauner’s campaign is being accused of bullying the Chicago Sun-Times, and U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) says that should be a troubling sign to voters.

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Sears Announcement Doesn’t Include Springfield Stores

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Sears says it is closing more than 100 stores and laying-off more than 5,400 employees across the nation.

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Analyst: Debate for US Senate Doesn’t Reveal Much

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One more debate scheduled for next week