Podcasts

Podcasts

Morning Newswatch

Thursday, June 11, 201506/11/2015

Candidate for the 18th congressional district, Adam Lopez

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with candidate for the 18th congressional district, Adam Lopez about his infrastructure plan.

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Thursday, June 11, 201506/11/2015

Tracking data after a breach

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

It’s only a matter of time before we hear about the next big data breach, like the one last week at the Federal Office of Personnel Management…what kind of planning can be done if the approach is that your data likely will be stolen?

ASK

Wednesday, June 10, 201506/10/2015

Ask the Expert CANCER discussion

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Rays guest on this segment is┬áCeleste Wiley, she is a registered nurse and the community cancer education coordinator with Memorial…

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Wednesday, June 10, 201506/10/2015

UIS Professor Ryan Williams on the Texas pool police incident

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with University of Illinois Springfield Associate Professor Ryan Williams about the video of a McKinney, Texas police officer who wrestled a 15 year old bikini clad girl to the ground, and how situations like these are being handled in the classroom.

Morning Newswatch

Wednesday, June 10, 201506/10/2015

New Sangamon County Auditor Andy Goleman

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with new Sangamon County Auditor Andy Goleman.

Weekend Newswatch

Wednesday, June 10, 201506/10/2015

Springfield Ward 5 Alderman Andrew Proctor

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Ward 5 Alderman Andrew Proctor about the proposed student housing in downtown and the $700,000 in TIF money the project developers are asking for.

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Wednesday, June 10, 201506/10/2015

Who is watching what flavors end up in our food?

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Ever wonder who signs off on the ingredients created by food companies that give the flavor to the food we eat?

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Tuesday, June 9, 201506/09/2015

Traffic signal changes begin in Springfield

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Springfield Public Works Department Director Mark Mahoney about turning off some traffic signals in town.

Morning Newswatch

Tuesday, June 9, 201506/09/2015

Apple announces “Apple Music” streaming service

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks to technology analyst Larry Magid on the Apple music announcement.

Weekend Newswatch

Tuesday, June 9, 201506/09/2015

Protests over police response in McKinney Texas

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Hundreds of demonstrators rallied outside an elementary school in response to a video that showed a white police officer pinning a black teenager girl to the ground at a pool party before pulling his gun on other teenagers.

Recent Headlines

11 hours ago in Local

Capitol Honors Fallen Police Officers

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Secretary of State Jesse White says police officers should still be revered as heroes.

11 hours ago in Local

Holocaust Remembered at Old State Capitol

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The state's annual Yom Hashoah service brought Gov. Bruce Rauner to the Old State Capitol Thursday morning.

15 hours ago in Local

Langfelder Enlists Manar to Help Extend Downtown TIF

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Mayor Jim Langfelder says he's working with state lawmakers to get legislation passed to extend by 12 years the city's downtown Tax Increment Financing District, which is otherwise set to expire soon.

15 hours ago in Local

DuQuoin State Fair Starts Vendor Payment Program

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Officials with the Du Quoin State Fair have created a new program to pay vendors who weren't compensated for their 2015 expenses.

15 hours ago in Local

Lawmakers Question Auditor General About Spending

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A group of Republican lawmakers is demanding that Illinois Auditor General Frank Mautino explain spending by his campaign committee while he was a state representative.

16 hours ago in Local

Donor Pays Closed State Parks’ Power Bills

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The Illinois Department of Natural Resources says Ramsey Lake State Recreation Area and Horseshoe Lake State Park have reopened after a donor paid to turn the electricity back on.