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 kfor1240.com.

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Dr Mark Rupp 9/30/14


Dr Mark Rupp from UNMC talks about the breaking news of the first case of Ebola confirmed in the USA.

Amanda Gailey 9/30/14


Amanda Gailey from Nebraskans Against Gun Violence shares why she is worried about people who open carry in public areas such as a farmers market.

'Betty' Old Cheney Gun Holder 9/29/14


'Betty' open carries a handgun. She explains why and defends her reasoning after a photo of her was taken at the Old Cheney Farmers Market.

Wayne Mixdorf 9/29/14


Manager for Lincoln Parking Services, Wayne Mixdorf, explains the new parking app for parking meters.

Trent Fellers 9/26/14


City Councilman Trent Fellers previews Monday's council meeting.

Dave Domina 9/25/14


US Senate candidate Dave Domina talks about running a campaign and addresses rumors about fundraising.

Todd Ogden 9/25/14


Todd Ogden, Marketing Director for the Downtown Lincoln Association, talks about the exciting program that starts in October to encourage Lincolnites to explore 'P' Street after the long road construction projects.

Deena Winter 9/24/14


Nebraska Watchdogs reporter Deena Winter talks about her investigative reporting into raising the minimum wage and about an environmentalist that wants to end releasing balloons at Memorial Stadium.

Dallas Jones 9/24/14


Candidate for state legislature, Dallas Jones, discusses his campaign and why wants to represent District 28.

Tim Clare 9/23/14


University of Nebraska Regent Tim Clare discusses the arena and UNMC's involvement with ebola.

Clyde Tyndall 9/23/14


Clyde Tyndall, Executive Director of the Indian Center of Lincoln, explains the decision to ban drugs and alcohol on the premises this weekend before, during, and after the Husker game.

Tom Casady 9/22/14


Public Safety Director Tom Casady talks about the tailgating incident at the Indian Center that led to multiple arrests and an injured police officer.

John Kuhen 9/22/14


John Kuhen, biology professor at Hastings College, a veterinarian and a livestock producer, talks about the Keystone XL Pipeline and its potential benefits to the state.

Kim Cameron 9/19/14


Billboard Top 40 recording artist and Lincoln native Kim Cameron talks about her life and coming back to Lincoln for her high school reunion.

Mark Elworth Jr 9/18/14


Libertarian candidate Mark Elworth Jr talks about his reasoning for being against Mike Foley being added to the November ballot, legalizing marijuana, and calling Bo Pelini an 'angry drunk'.

Gov. Dave Heineman 9/17/14


Gov. Heineman reacts to the courts decision that allows a change to the November Lt Gov. ballot.

Sgt. Craig Price 9/17/14


LPD Sgt. Craig Price talks about the theft of speed bumps along a popular road for drag racing.

Pete Ricketts 9/16/14


Candidate for Governor Pete Ricketts discusses his plan to reduce property taxes in the state.

Rick Boucher 9/16/14


Attorney Rick Boucher represents Southeast Rural Fire and talks about the interest in working with LFR.

Patsy Martin 9/16/14


Patsy Martin from Voices of Hope talks about the growing issue of domestic violence.

Kelly Van Bruggen 9/15/14


Kelly Van Bruggen from the City of Lincoln talks about a possible new program called Bike Share.

Jon Camp 9/12/14


Councilman Jon Camp previews the council's agenda for Monday.

Tim Timmons 9/11/14


Tim Timmons from the Lincoln/Lancaster Health Dept. explains Enterovirus D68 and why it's in the news as of late.

Senator Mike Johanns 9/11/14


Senator Mike Johanns reacts to President Obama's speech last night regarding ISIS/ISIL

Jim Vokal 9/10/14


Platte Institute CEO Jim Vokal explains the issues the state has with Medicare.

Chuck Hassebrook 9/10/14


Democratic candidate for governor Chuck Hassebrook talks about the latest regarding the Republican Lt Gov ticket and his campaign.

Matt Aerni 9/9/14


Attorney Matt Aerni gives us his perspective on the Heidemann family incident.

Mike Foley 9/9/14


State Auditor Mike Foley talks about his decision to join Pete Ricketts as his running mate in the November gubernatorial election.

Dr Angela Hewlett 9/8/14


Dr Angela Hewlett from UNMC talks about the ebola patient that has been transported to UNMC and the importance of their involvement.

Dr. Mark Rupp 9/5/14


Chief Doctor of Infectious Diseases at UNMC, Rupp discusses the recent Ebola outbreak.