Podcasts

Podcasts

Morning Newswatch

Wednesday, August 19, 201508/19/2015

Springfield Ward 3 Alderman Doris Turner

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Ward 3 Alderman Doris Turner about her ‘no’ vote on an ordinance banning residents on the lake from leasing/renting their homes for less than six months without approval from the mayor, the CWLP rate restructuring plan, and Hunter Lake.

Weekend Newswatch

Wednesday, August 19, 201508/19/2015

He ran nearly 170 miles to bring awareness to autism funding

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Jason Swan of Southern Illinois who ran about 168 miles from an autism clinic at SIU to The Autism Program (TAP) in Springfield to raise awareness about autism and the importance of funding TAP, especially in light of the state’s budget stalemate.

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Wednesday, August 19, 201508/19/2015

Approval for the ‘Little Pink Pill’

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

The first drug designed to treat a woman’s low sex drive has received approval from the government.

ASK

Tuesday, August 18, 201508/18/2015

Ask the Expert “eating healthy at the fair”

In ask the experts, Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

How to still attempt to eat reasonably and somewhat healthy while at the fair

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Tuesday, August 18, 201508/18/2015

Governor Rauner stops by the Ray Lytle Show

In Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

Ray had a chance to talk with the Governor who popped into the Bud tent to say hello.

Morning Newswatch

Tuesday, August 18, 201508/18/2015

How long can Illinois go on without a budget?

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with University of Illinois Springfield Political Science Professor Dr. Kent Redfield about how long the state can go on without a budget, and if there is hope that some movement can be made soon.

Weekend Newswatch

Tuesday, August 18, 201508/18/2015

District 186 Board President Mike Zimmers

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Springfield District 186 School Board President about the meeting last night, career and technical education and the AVID program.

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Tuesday, August 18, 201508/18/2015

Oil prices continue to bring down prices at the pump

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

For the second time in recent weeks, oil prices have matched low prices of 6 years ago. Will that trend continue?

Morning Newswatch

Monday, August 17, 201508/17/2015

Darin LaHood on his run for the 18th Congressional Seat

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey checks in with State Senator Darin Lahood on his run for the seat vacated by Aaron Schock in the 18th Congressional District.

Weekend Newswatch

Monday, August 17, 201508/17/2015

The latest from the Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with the President and CEO of the Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce about the business climate, and the upcoming “Meet the Entrepreneurs” event.

Recent Headlines

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Lawmakers Want to Reverse Child Care Assistance Program Changes

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Lawmakers are proposing a change to the qualifications for state child care assistance, while at the same time eliminating cuts to that program.

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Borrowers, Do Your Homework

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Survey of ag lenders unveiled at Farm Progress Show

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Economic Development Commission Backs Parking Garage Repairs

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A project that's been delayed for years may end up going forward, thanks in part to the city's new Economic Development Commission.

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SEIU Urges Override of Rauner Veto

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The Service Employees International Union used the State Capitol Rotunda to hold a class they say Governor Bruce Rauner is trying to cut.

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Farmers Need to be Promoters, Too

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Survey released at Decatur's Farm Progress Show.

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Seven Now Dead in Legionnaires Outbreak

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Seven people have died from Legionnaires' disease at a veterans' home in Quincy.