WJPF Morning Newswatch

Jim Oberweis 07-25-2014

State Sen. and GOP candidate for U.S. Senate, Jim Oberweis joins us to talk about his campaign.

Michael Jones 07-24-2014

Michael Jones, director of the General John A. Logan Museum, joins us in studio.

Bill Enyart 07-23-2014

Congressman Bill Enyart joins us to discuss the ongoing conflicts in Gaza and Ukraine.

Brad Richards 07-23-2014

Brad Richards with the Illinois Oil and Gas Association joins us to discuss their frustration’s over the lack of progress on fracking.

Bob Butler 07-22-2014

Marion Mayor Bob Butler joins us to discuss the latest in Marion, including the next phase in a major construction project on Route 13.

J.R. Russell 07-22-2014

J.R. Russell with the Marion Ministerial Alliance and the Marion Food Pantry, joins us to discuss their upcoming “Will Rock For Food,” concert featuring The Fixx.

Sheila Simon 07-21-2014

Democratic candidate for Comptroller, Sheila Simon, joins us to discuss the campaign and video of the current Comptroller asking Governor Pat Quinn for a favor involving her son and SIU.

Ron Ellis 07-21-2014

Williamson County Commissioner Ron Ellis joins us to talk about a problem with the supply of materials used to eliminate ice on the roads available this winter.

Adam Andrzejewski 07-21-2014

Adam Andrzejewski with the group For The Good Of Illinois joins us to discuss last week’s hearings on Governor Pat Quinn’s troubled anti-violence program.

Will Stephens 07-18-2014

Murphysboro Mayor Will Stephens joins us to talk about the town, including renovations to Walnut Street, the Big Muddy River Overpass and a banner he wants residents to sign in response to a woman who wrote to the