Podcasts

Podcasts

bob_murray

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

A Springfield Slider and a “Special” Weekend at the Ball Park!

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

T.R. is the starter this evening!

WTAX Cares

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Music in the Park

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

It’s Sunday!

bob_murray

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

A Taste of Downtown

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

It’s Friday evening and Saturday after and evening

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

A Conversation with Ted Dambrowski from I-P-I

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Pension Reform!

Mike Houston

Thursday, July 11, 201307/11/2013

An Increase in Tourism!

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Tourism has a bright future here in our area!

Thursday, July 11, 201307/11/2013

WTAX’s Alex Degman talks with Professor Kent Redfield

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

The Governor can’t suspend Legislators salaries!

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Wednesday, July 10, 201307/10/2013

Bill Daley talks with Bob Murray on the WTAX Morning News Watch

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

How would he solve the Pension Reform Situation?

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Wednesday, July 10, 201307/10/2013

State Senator Sam McCann talks with WTAX’s Bob Murray

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Conceal Carry? Pension Reform

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Wednesday, July 10, 201307/10/2013

The Ray Lytle Show Monday July 8 2013

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Governor Quinn is a BSer and Ray loves proving it, Kaleigh Friend from the Food bank stops by to visit,…

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