The Coby Mach Show

Coby Mach started in broadcasting at age 14 at KSAL in Salina, Kansas.  Mach worked at several  radio stations in Kansas before moving to Nebraska in 1987.  Mach spent several years at KRGI in Grand Island and was a sports reporter for KFAB in Omaha and hosted the “70’s at 7” on KGOR.  Mach has been recognized with awards from the Nebraska Broadcasters Association and Associated Press.  He also accompanied Governor Heineman on a very successful trade mission to Cuba which resulted in major purchases of Nebraska’s agricultural products.
Currently Mach has a full-time job as the President of the Lincoln Independent Business Association which has over 1,250 members.  Coby and his wife Lorie have lived in Lincoln for the past 18 years and have two daughters currently working their way through college.

Listen to Coby weekdays 5p-6p on KFOR 1240 and

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Pat McCarthy 4/17/15

Pat McCarthy Executive Director of the Pregnancy Center tells us about a special event that is coming on Tuesday night.

Jon Camp 4/17/15

City Councilman Jon Camp previews Monday's council meeting.

Laura Ebke 4/15/15

State Senator Laura Ebke explains her bill that would allow businesses to pay a lower minimum wage to students 18 and under.

Josh Moenning 4/15/16

Josh Moenning from 4Lanes4Nebraska ( talks about improving roads in the state.

Doug Peterson 4/14/15

Attorney General Doug Peterson shares his unease with prison reform bills that are in the state legislature.

Leo Benes 4/14/15

Lincoln Fire and Rescue Battalion Chief Leo Benes gives us details on yesterday's La Mexicana fire.

Kerry Kowalski 4/14/15

Lincoln Postmaster Kerry Kowalski reminders listeners to get their taxes mailed by tomorrow.

David Schnoor 4/13/15

State Senator David Schnoor hits on the latest regarding Sen Ernie Chambers and bills that he is interested in.

Tom Casady 4/13/15

Public Safety Director Tom Casady responds to our first guest on the letter sent to the city on the new 911 system and a third party involvement.

Bill Tinsley 4/13/15

President of Datapath Public Safety Networks Bill Tinsley says that they have sent a letter to the city of Lincoln saying they could save the city money on the new 911 system.

Liz Schmidt 4/10/15

Dan Alberts fills in for Coby and welcomes Liz Schmidt, a UNL student, to the show.

Deena Winter 4/9/15

Deena Winter from NE Watchdog talks about her story on the beautification efforts on a Haymarket alley.

Joe Kelly 4/9/15

Lancaster County Attorney Joe Kelly talks about a bill that he is not in favor of that could reduce sentencing time for criminals in prison.

Tom Casady 4/8/15

Now that the sales tax issue has passed, Lincoln's Public Safety Director Tom Casady explains what's next.

Primary Election Discussion 4/7/15

Dan Parsons of Parsons PR and Phil Young of Phillip M Young Co discuss the primary election and answer questions from listeners.

Gov. Pete Ricketts 4/2/15

Gov. Ricketts joins Coby in studio to talk about the need for tax relief.

Deena Winter 4/2/15

Deena Winter of Neb Watchdog explains why Neb Watchdog thinks the city skirted a law regarding the quarter cent sales tax ballot issue.

Jim Partington 4/1/15

Jim Partington of the Nebraska Restaurant Association explains why they are not in favor of the minimum tip wage being raised.

Jane Kleeb 4/1/15

Jane Kleeb of Bold Nebraska tells us of the possibility of fracking companies coming to Nebraska to dump their waste water.

Renee Frye 3/31/15

Renee Frye, executive director of the Open Sky Institute, tells us their position on new taxes in Nebraska.

John Chapo 3/31/15

John Chapo from the Lincoln Children's Zoo says he hopes to see the zoo expand in size in the future.

Sen. Colby Coash

State Senator Colby Coash tells us why he's now against the death penalty and also his thoughts on term limits.

Tom Casady 3/30/15

Public Safety Director Tom Casady explains his Twitter comments regarding State Senator Ernie Chambers.

Pam Dingman 3/27/15

County Engineer Pam Dingman talks about the issue of tire dumping and why she is tackling the issue.

Trent Fellers 3/17/15

City Councilman Trent Fellers previews the council's agenda for Monday.

State Senator Bill Kintner 3/26/15

State Senator Bill Kintner explains why he wants to add firing squad to the list of the state's legal capital punishment options.

Beau McCoy 3/25/15

State Senator Beau McCoy tells KFOR News that conversations are happening to discuss if punishment can be applied to Sen Ernie Chambers for his comments against police.

Eric Weber 3/28/15

Lincoln Public School Associate Superintendent in Human Resources Eric Weber explains the hiring process of teachers in the district.

Rachel Terry 3/24/15

Terry, a candidate for the Lincoln Board of Education, talks about issues at Irving Jr. High.

Roma Amundson 3/24/15

County Commissioner Amundson talks about issues & progress of county programs.