WJPF Morning Newswatch

David Luechtefeld 12-09-2014

State Senator David Luechtefeld (R-Okawville) joins The Morning Newswatch to discuss what is ahead for the state legislature.

Jennifer Jolly 12-09-2014

Jennifer Jolly is an award-winning tech journalist who writes for USA Today. She joins The Morning Newswatch to discuss the role of technology in gift-giving as we inch closer to the December holidays.

John Bradley 12-08-2014

State Representative John Bradley (D-Marion) joins The Morning Newswatch to discuss the fallout from the recent fall veto session.

Congressman John Shimkus 12-05-2014

Congressman John Shimkus (R-Collinsville) joins The Morning Newswatch to discuss a meeting he had with Governor-elect Bruce Rauner in Washington, among other topics.

Tom Imboden 12-05-2014

Tom Imboden, Associate Professor of Information Systems and Technologies at SIU joins The Morning Newswatch to discuss the growing threat of identity theft as we inch closer to the December holidays.

Brad McCormick 12-04-2014

Brad McCormick is the Chief Financial Officer at John A. Logan College. Recently the college announced that it would be facing a $1.8 million budget deficit for Fiscal Year 2015. McCormick joins The Morning Newswatch to discuss

Dr. John Jackson 12-03-2014

Dr. John Jackson with the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute at SIU joins The Morning Newswatch to discuss the changing landscape of Illinois politics with the incoming administration as well as the nature of the two-party system

Marc Miller 12-03-2014

Marc Miller, Director of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources joined The Morning Newswatch to discuss the upcoming 2nd firearm deer season which begins on December 5th.

Kevin Baity 12-02-2014

Carbondale City Manager Kevin Baity stops by The Morning Newswatch to discuss the upcoming Mayoral and City Council elections, as well as the upcoming Lights Fantastic Parade on Dec. 6th.

Brad Robinson 12-02-2014

Carterville Mayor Brad Robinson stops by The Morning Newswatch to discuss the upcoming Christmas in Carterville event, along with the retirement of longtime Fire Chief Bruce Talley.