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Weekend Newswatch

Thursday, January 15, 201501/15/2015

Losing the winter blues

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Even though we will see some warmer temperatures over the weekend, there is still a lot of winter left. Joey talks with Lois McConomy from Memorial Counseling Associates on how to shake the winter blues.

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Thursday, January 15, 201501/15/2015

Attack on congress is foiled

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

An Ohio man who considers members of congress his enemies, has been arrested in connection with a plot to attack the U.S.Capitol.

A Bride and Groom on Capitol Hill

Wednesday, January 14, 201501/14/2015

Cheap weddings lead to longer marriages

In Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

From the January 14 Ray Lytle Show… Ray talks about an Emory University study that says the more expensive the…

Morning Newswatch

Wednesday, January 14, 201501/14/2015

Alderman Cory Jobe on the Springfield budget

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Ward 6 Alderman Cory Jobe about the budget process which continued at the Springfield City Council meeting last night.

Weekend Newswatch

Wednesday, January 14, 201501/14/2015

UIS Chancellor on the economic impact of the university

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

University of Illinois Springfield Chancellor Susan Koch talks with Joey about a recent study on the economic impact the school has on Sangamon County.

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Wednesday, January 14, 201501/14/2015

Military analyst Jeff McCausland on the Paris terror attack

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Beardstown native and CBS Radio News military analyst Jeff McCausland about the Al-Qaeda group taking credit for the French terror attacks.

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Tuesday, January 13, 201501/13/2015

Rays Mom is a internet virus magnet

In Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

Rays mother has done it again. She has once again clicked on something that has led to her computer not…

World leaders march at Paris unity rally

Tuesday, January 13, 201501/13/2015

Obama administration sends no one to the Unity March

In Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

Why didn’t the Obama administration send someone to France to represent the US in the Unity March. How big a…

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Tuesday, January 13, 201501/13/2015

Joe Aiello tells why he is resigning

In Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

Joe Aiello is taking a job with the Department of public health after being offered by the Rauner administration. What…

Morning Newswatch

Tuesday, January 13, 201501/13/2015

State Senator Andy Manar on Governor Rauner and education

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey gets the thoughts on the new governor from across the aisle, and Democrat State Senator Andy Manar.

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Capitol Honors Fallen Police Officers

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Secretary of State Jesse White says police officers should still be revered as heroes.

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Holocaust Remembered at Old State Capitol

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The state's annual Yom Hashoah service brought Gov. Bruce Rauner to the Old State Capitol Thursday morning.

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Langfelder Enlists Manar to Help Extend Downtown TIF

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Mayor Jim Langfelder says he's working with state lawmakers to get legislation passed to extend by 12 years the city's downtown Tax Increment Financing District, which is otherwise set to expire soon.

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DuQuoin State Fair Starts Vendor Payment Program

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Officials with the Du Quoin State Fair have created a new program to pay vendors who weren't compensated for their 2015 expenses.

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Lawmakers Question Auditor General About Spending

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A group of Republican lawmakers is demanding that Illinois Auditor General Frank Mautino explain spending by his campaign committee while he was a state representative.

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Donor Pays Closed State Parks’ Power Bills

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The Illinois Department of Natural Resources says Ramsey Lake State Recreation Area and Horseshoe Lake State Park have reopened after a donor paid to turn the electricity back on.