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Monday, April 14, 201404/14/2014

A Brief History of Tax Day

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Kenneth C. Davis, author of the “Don’t Know Much” series of history books, joined CBS News to take a closer look at the origins and complexity of America’s tax system.

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Monday, April 14, 201404/14/2014

Sen. Rand Paul is Walking a Fine Line

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

The WSJ This Morning explores.

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Monday, April 14, 201404/14/2014

The Latest on the Ukraine Crisis

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

The Wall Street Journal this morning talks live with a reporter stationed in Ukraine.

TRLSLOGO

Monday, April 14, 201404/14/2014

The Ray Lytle Show Friday Aril 11 2014

In Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

The FAT CLUB with Marvins Sandwich and Garage sales plus MORE

TRLSLOGO

Monday, April 14, 201404/14/2014

The Ray Lytle Show Thursday April 10 2014

In Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

Listener phone calls, The cast of Jungle Book and MORE

TRLSLOGO

Monday, April 14, 201404/14/2014

The Ray Lytle Show Wednesday April 9 2014

In Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

The Council Recap and MORE

TRLSLOGO

Monday, April 14, 201404/14/2014

The Ray Lytle Show Tuesday April 8 2014

In Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

The School board meeting brings out some frightened people and MORE

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Saturday, April 12, 201404/12/2014

Focus 4/13

In Focus Podcasts

Show Date: April 13, 2014

Law Talk

Saturday, April 12, 201404/12/2014

Law Talk – 4/12

In Law Talk Podcasts

Show Date: 4/12/14

Springfield Art Association

Saturday, April 12, 201404/12/2014

Springfield Art Assn 100th Anniversary Gala

In Weekend Newswatch Podcasts

Cheri Ballinger joins SAA Executive Director Betsy Dollar about the 100th Anniversary Gala coming up for the Springfield Art Association.

Recent Headlines

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Springfield School District Still Focusing on Security

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Gill: School district taking on safety head-on

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Grimm Polling Between 6 and 7 Percent in Governor’s Race Poll

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The Libertarian candidate for governor is getting 6 or 7 percent in public opinion polls, which is greater than the lead that Gov. Pat Quinn enjoys in recent polls.

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Chicago Civil War Site Recognized

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The former site of a Civil War training and prisoner of war camp on the South Side of Chicago has received formal recognition.

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Concealed/Carry Not a Problem for Most Cops

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Cops always expect the unexpected

in Election 2014, Local

Central Illinois Teens Working as Election Judges

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Dozens of high school students in central Illinois will serve as election judges at the polls this Election Day.

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Oberweis Ratcheting Up Campaign Efforts in Black Neighborhoods

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Republican U.S. Senate candidate Jim Oberweis says he’s courting black voters in a way that other Republicans haven’t in decades.