WJPF Morning Newswatch

IL Comptroller Leslie Munger

Leslie Munger 10-19-2015

Tom Miller speaks with IL Comptroller Leslie Munger about what lies ahead for the state without a budget in place.

IL State Rep. John Bradley (D-Marion)

John Bradley 10-16-2015

Tom Miller and IL State Rep. John Bradley (D-Marion) discuss the current fiscal condition of Illinois as we move through our fourth month without a state budget in place.

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Steven Bost 10-16-2015

Tom Miller sits down with Steven Bost, Jackson County Board member, and member of Friends of Murphysboro, the group organizing the Big Muddy Brew Festival.

Congressman Mike Bost (R-Murphysboro)

Mike Bost 10-15-2015

Tom Miller speaks with Congressman Mike Bost about the race for Speaker of the House of Representatives, as well as his thoughts on the Benghazi scandal, as well as military affairs currently ongoing in Africa.


David Yepsen 10-15-2015

David Yepsen, Director of the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute at SIU sits down with Tom Miller to discuss a recent poll conducted by the Simon Institute where Southern Illinoisans were asked about their thoughts on lawmakers,


Bruce DeRuntz 10-14-2015

Tom Miller sits down with Bruce DeRuntz, Director of the Leadership Development Program at SIU, which takes juniors and seniors with leadership experience and offers them a scholarship and leadership opportunities.

Paul Schimpf

Paul Schimpf 10-14-2015

Tom Miller speaks with Paul Schimpf, a Waterloo attorney who is running for Senate in the 58th District as a Republican.


John Otey 10-13-2015

Tom Miller speaks with John Otey of the Illinois Department of Employment Security about an upcoming hiring event being held at John A. Logan College on Thursday, October 15th.

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Will Stephens 10-13-2015

Tom Miller sits down with Murphysboro Mayor Will Stephens to discuss new growth in Murphysboro, including new businesses, and completion of construction projects.


Bob Butler 10-12-2015

Tom Miller speaks with Marion Mayor Bob Butler about a variety of topics pertaining to the city, including Jim Webb stepping down from the Williamson Co. 911 Board.