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Thursday, August 27, 201508/27/2015

Should you be doing something different with your investments?

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Asian markets rebounded today with the help or central bankers around the globe and encouraging signs from China where volatility in stocks dropped off significantly from previous sessions.

Morning Newswatch

Wednesday, August 26, 201508/26/2015

Springfield Ward 1 Alderman Chuck Redpath

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Springfield Ward 1 Alderman Chuck Redpath joined Joey to discuss last nights’ Springfield City Council meeting.

Weekend Newswatch

Wednesday, August 26, 201508/26/2015

Rep. Tim Butler on the Committee of the Whole session in the Illinois House

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Representative Tim Butler about yesterday’s Committee of the Whole session at the Illinois House of Representatives, and the budget stalemate.

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Wednesday, August 26, 201508/26/2015

It was a volatile day on the markets yesterday in China

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Trading in China’s main index was rocky yesterday before closing down 1.3%.

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Wednesday, August 26, 201508/26/2015

ASK THE EXPERT “school stress”

In Ask The Expert, Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

Ray and his guests talk about School Stress on this weeks ask the Expert

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Tuesday, August 25, 201508/25/2015

Concern over markets continue today

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks to the Dean of the College of Business & Management at the University of Illinois Springfield, Ron McNeil about concern over the market turmoil.

Morning Newswatch

Tuesday, August 25, 201508/25/2015

Ward 7 Alderman Joe McMenamin on Hunter Lake

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Springfield Ward 7 Alderman Joe McMenamin, who doesn’t think Hunter Lake is a good move right now, to get his thought son the latest developments on the lake.

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Tuesday, August 25, 201508/25/2015

Stunning statistics about heroin overdoses

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

The centers for disease control reports that the heroin death toll from heroin overdoses have quadrupled in the decade that ended in 2013, and it has only gotten worse.

Weekend Newswatch

Monday, August 24, 201508/24/2015

Department of Public Health Director Jim Stone on West Nile

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Now that there are two cases of West Nile Virus in Illinois, Joey talks with the Director of the Sangamon County Department of Public Health, Jim Stone on how to recognize West Nile virus and how to reduce the chances of getting it.

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Monday, August 24, 201508/24/2015

3 Americans receive the French Legion of Honor

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Five passengers who were aboard a french high speed train and attacked a gunman were honored with the highest recognition in France, the Legion of Honor.

Recent Headlines

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Granite City Man Convicted of Murder in 21-Month Old’s Death

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A Madison County jury deliberated for three hours Friday before finding 42-year-old John Holman III guilty.

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North Mac Elementary School Evacuated After Strange Odor was Detected

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No gas or carbon monoxide leaks were detected but a new temperature control system was installed in the building.

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Lawmakers Honor Lincoln at Lincoln’s Tomb

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Senator Dick Durbin, a Democrat, says a Republican like Abraham Lincoln is still someone for which we should place great honor.

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Grant Encourages Better Farm Conservation

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If you're a farmer in the 21st Century, you're probably hearing about - if not practicing - "precision farming." And that extends to conservation practices, too.

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Rauner to Close Juvenile Prison

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Gov. Bruce Rauner's administration says it will close the youth correctional facility in Kewanee, near Peoria and the Quad Cities.

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$1 Million Donated for Governor’s Mansion Repairs

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The organization leading efforts to renovation the Illinois governor's mansion says it received $1 million in donations last year toward efforts to fix a leaky roof and other things.