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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Rob Schafer 10/29/14


Regent Rob Schafer responds to critics of his political ad campaign against Steve Glenn stating Glenn is running only to fire Bo Pelini.

Laura Kapustka 10/28/14


CFO of Lincoln Electric Systems, Laura Kapustka, shares the good news of LES not raising rates.

Larry Hudkins 10/28/14


County Commissioner Larry Hudkins

Steve Glenn 10/27/14


Candidate for NU Regents Steve Glenn responds to a political mailer sent by his opponent that states Glenn wants to fire Bo Pelini.

Trent Fellers 10/24/14


City Councilman Trent Fellers previews the Monday agenda for the city council.

Hobert Rupe/Jason Hutchinson 10/24/14


Hobert Rupe, Director of the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission, and Jason Hutchison from Jake's Cigar Bar discuss the change to allow smoking in cigar bars in the state.

Tom Lorenz 10/24/14


Tom Lorenz, general manager of Pinnacle Bank Arena, talks about the arena's profit during it's first fiscal year.

Charlie Janssen 10/24/14


State Senator and candidate for State Auditor Charlie Janssen talks about why he is running for the auditor's office.

Amanda McGill 10/22/14


State Senator Amanda McGill shares why she wants to be the next Nebraska State Auditor.

Ed Hoffman 10/22/14


Lincoln Attorney and chairman of the Lincoln Telecom and Cable TV Board discusses Windstream's application to provide cable service in Lincoln.

Lanny Boswell 10/20/14


LPS Board of Education board member, Lanny Boswell, discusses the latest regarding the gender inclusion papers.

Matt Innis 10/20/14


Head of the Lancaster County Republican Party, Matt Innis, reacts to Patte Newman's comments about a part of Lincoln being a 'hellmouth'.

Dr. Allison Freifeld


Dr. Freifeld is an Infectious Disease Specialist from UNMC, talking about the latest developments in the fight against Ebola.

Gov. Heineman 10/16/14


Gov. Dave Heineman responds to being subpoenaed to testify in the investigation of the Nebraska prison system.

Jim Jenkins 10/16/14


U.S. Senate candidate Jim Jenkins talks about his campaign.

Senator Deb Fischer 10/15/14


U.S. Senator Deb Fischer talks about nuclear sites, ebola, and the Affordable Care Act.

Rachel Terry 10/15/14


The LPS parent who brought the Irving Middle School gender inclusion papers to light.

Tom Casady 10/14/14


Public Safety Director Tom Casady talks about the upcoming committee to look at safety issues in Lincoln, including the addition of new fire/police stations.

John Wells 10/14/14


John Wells from Omaha Police talks about why his union is upset with the state penitentiary system.

Roy Christensen 10/10/14


City Councilman Roy Christensen previews the upcoming city council meeting on Monday.

Don Mayhew 10/9/14


LPS Board of Education member Don Mayhew discusses the press conference held by LPS to address the national media attention surrounding the story about gender inclusiveness in LPS.

Todd Watson 10/9/14


Candidate for U.S. Senate Todd Watson shares why he is running for senate.

Ben Sasse 10/8/14


Candidate for U.S. Senate, Ben Sasse, talks about the latest news and how he thinks the U.S. needs to do. He also responds to critics who have called him out for not showing up to debates.

Al Riskowski 10/8/14


Executive Director of Nebraska Family Alliance talks about their involvement in LPS and their push to be more inclusive to children who do not conform to traditional gender rolls.

Dick Clark 10/7/14


Dick Clark from the Platte Institute shares results from a study they have done regarding the effect of raising the minimum wage.

Pastor Tom Barber 10/6/14


Pastor Tom Barber of the People's City Mission shares his thoughts on the idea of placing old parking meters in downtown to raise money for the People's City Mission to curb giving money to panhandlers.

Jon Camp 10/3/14


City Councilman Jon Camp previews the Monday city council meeting.

Wes Staley 10/2/14


Wes Staley, co-founder of LEAPS - LGBTQ Education and Public Speaking, discusses gender inclusion in schools and what the transgender community faces in schools.

Joe Kelly 10/2/14


Lancaster Co Attorney Joe Kelly joins the program.

Dr. Steve Joel 10/1/14


Dr Steve Joel, Superintendent of Lincoln Public Schools, talks about LPS being gender inclusive.