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Wednesday, January 7, 201501/07/2015

Alderman Cahnman on Uber coming to Springfield

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey discusses moves at the city council meeting last night that will regular Uber and services like it in Springfield with Ward 5 Alderman Sam Cahnman.

Weekend Newswatch

Wednesday, January 7, 201501/07/2015

Archeological find at Carpenter St. underpass site

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Kevin Seals, Chief Environmental Scientist for Hanson Professional Services about foundations from homes built in the late 1800s that were unearthed at the Carpenter Street underpass construction site.

Morning Newswatch

Tuesday, January 6, 201501/06/2015

186 Board President Mike Zimmers talks school security

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with District 186 School Board President Mike Zimmers about police officers in Springfield’s high schools.

Weekend Newswatch

Tuesday, January 6, 201501/06/2015

Gluten free Girl Scout cookies are new this year

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Pam Kovacevich, the CEO Girl Scouts of Central Illinois about our area being a test market for gluten free Girl Scout cookies this year.

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Tuesday, January 6, 201501/06/2015

NY mayor and police still at odds

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

The back and forth continues between new york city police and mayor Bill de Blasio, who continued to fan the flames yesterday by saying he was disappointed that come cops turned their backs on him during the funeral of a murdered police officer on Sunday.

Morning Newswatch

Monday, January 5, 201501/05/2015

The flu in Central Illinois

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Dr. Nicole Florence is a physician with Memorial Physician Services at Koke Mill about the flu in Springfield.

Weekend Newswatch

Monday, January 5, 201501/05/2015

Boston Marathon trial set to begin

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

The trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, is set to begin today in Boston with jury selection.

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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

2014YIR

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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Ban on “Conversion Therapy” Passes Legislature

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The Illinois Senate has approved a ban on therapy designed to "convert'' gay young people to heterosexuals.

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Union Legislation Would Prohibit Strike or Rauner Lockout

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The House has approved a measure that changes government-employee contract negotiations just a month before the deadline for a new contract.

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Mark Hart Named Interim Springfield Fire Chief

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Springfield has an interim fire chief.

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Hastert Resigns from Wheaton College Board

FILE - In this Aug. 17, 2007, file photo, Rep. J. Dennis Hastert, front, R-Ill., announces that he will not seek reelection for a 12th term as he stands on the steps of the old Kendall County courthouse with, from left, his son Josh; wife Jean; and daughter-in-law Heidi, grandson Jack, in Yorkville, Ill. A newly unveiled indictment against Hastert released Thursday, May 28, 2015, accuses the Republican of agreeing to pay $3.5 million in hush money to keep a person from the town where he was a longtime schoolteacher silent about "prior misconduct."

The resignation was the latest fallout from a federal indictment accusing Hastert of violating banking laws.

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Rauner: No Special Session if No Agreement Reached by Sunday

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Gov. Bruce Rauner says he will not call lawmakers back into session if there's no agreement on a budget by Sunday.

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Bill Separating ALPLM from IHPA Passes House

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The measure now moves to the Senate.