Greg Bishop takes over the airwaves from 10 to noon on 970 WMAY. Don't miss Bishop On Air as we get the latest snow-removal and infrastructure repair updates from Springfield Public Works, talk the race for Sangamon County Sheriff and the NSA's continued snooping of the world.
After the "Crime of the Week" with Crimestoppers, Springfield Public Works director Mark Mahoney joins the show to talk about their previous efforts to handle snow and ice and also what their plan moving forward with the potential big melt. We'll also dig into how Public Works plans to use $80 million in bonds to improve Springfield's infrastructure. That's ahead just after 10:30 on 970 WMAY.
Race for Sheriff
So far in the GOP primary race for Sangamon County sheriff the issues have been college diplomas vs. military experience, who knows who, and how much money the candidates and their wives made. But really, what are the main issues you want to hear about? We'll open up the phones to pick your brains about what are the important issues facing the top law enforcement job in the county.
With President Obama set to make some "recommendations" concerning the continued spying of the world by the National Security Agency, we'll go through the latest and also discuss what should happen if the Supremes uphold the spying programs. Plus, we'll go through a ton of other stories with News on the March and open phones!
Sound off with Bishop On Air from 10 to noon on 970 WMAY, The News and Talk of Springfield. Listen live and call 217-629-7970, email, Tweet or Facebook. Also, be sure to check out the podcast updates with the Bishop On Air Podcast.