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Monday, January 5, 201501/05/2015

Tensions running high in NY between mayor and police

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Tensions are still running high between the new york police department and the mayor of the city, as the second of two recently murdered police officers was laid to rest yesterday.

2014YIR

Sunday, January 4, 201501/04/2015

The year in Review Part 2

In Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

Part 2 of the look back at the news stories and on air segments that made up 2014 on the Ray Lytle show

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Sunday, January 4, 201501/04/2015

The Ray Lytle Show Year in Review

In Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

The Ray Lytle Show looks back at 2014 through news audio and favorite phone calls

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Saturday, January 3, 201501/03/2015

Law Talk – 1/3

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Show Date: January 3, 2015

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Friday, January 2, 201501/02/2015

Focus – 1/4

In Focus Podcasts

Show Date: January 4, 2015

Morning Newswatch

Friday, January 2, 201501/02/2015

Keeping that resolution you made for the new year

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Cynthia Fedor is a behavioral health consultant with Mental Health Centers of Central Illinois, an affiliate of Memorial Health System about keeping your resolutions for the new year.

Friday, January 2, 201501/02/2015

Mario Cuomo – dead at 82

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Former New York governor Mario Cuomo has died, he served three terms as the states top executive, and was considered a national leader of the democratic party in the 80’s. He passed away from heart failure yesterday at his home in Manhattan…he was 82.

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Friday, January 2, 201501/02/2015

Security outlook for 2015

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

With 2015 upon us, here is what’s expected following the end of formal combat in Afghanistan, and what is ahead for the U.S. on the national security front.

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Tuesday, December 30, 201412/30/2014

It’s Time for Something New

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Hey, responsible budgeting could happen! Right? Right…?

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Tuesday, December 30, 201412/30/2014

Ward 2 Alderman Gail Simpson Previews Funding for Stanford Ave.

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

The first phase of a multi-phase project to extend Stanford Ave. to Dirksen Parkway is up for discussion Tuesday.

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Frerichs Releases Treasurer’s Office Audit

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The state treasurer says an independent review of his office has found problems with an internship program and a college scholarship program that needs a complete overhaul.

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Jobe Supports Historic Preservation Agency Consolidation with DCEO

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Illinois' historic sites are -- if the governor gets his way -- on their way to being part of an expanded Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

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Langfelder Updates on Transition

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What does Springfield Mayor-Elect Jim Langfelder expect his transition team to help him with?

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Lincoln Funeral Coalition: Still No Word on Obama Appearance

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"I've not heard from the Secret Service, so I don't know that [Obama will be coming]."

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Welcoming Centers for Immigrants Affected By Funding Cuts

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The immediate cuts to immigrant services include closing 10 welcoming centers around the state.

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College Students, Sickle Cell Anemia Victims Impacted By Budget Cuts

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The cuts most recently made to the Illinois state budget affect college students and residents in the Chicago area with sickle cell anemia.