Legendary comedian Larry Reeb joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss w watching comedy specials over cartoons growing up, his most challenging encounter with a heckler during his career, and his upcoming appearance at Zanies Rosemont on Sunday, February 25th.
Elmwood Park Mayor Skip Saviano joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss the recent agreement signed with ShotSpotter, how this technology is going to enhance law enforcement effectiveness, and he shines a spotlight on Elmwood Park’s outstanding dining scene.
Homeside Financial’s David Hochberg joins the Steve Cochran Show to share more information about the all-you-can-eat ‘Get Behind the Vest’ Pancake Breakfast! They talk about why it is unethical for officers to purchase their bulletproof vests and he shares how officers’ lives have been impacted by bulletproof vests. https://www.19thwardmobile.com/get-behind-the-vest-campaign/
William Byron, the winner of the Daytona 500 and driver of the No. 24 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for Hendrick Motorsports, joins the Steve Cochran Show to reflect on his incredible victory at the Daytona 500, reminisce about trick-or-treating at Jim Johnson’s house, and express his enthusiasm to return to the Windy City for the NASCAR Chicago Street Race.
Owner of Marco’s Kitchen Chef Marco joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss what it was like opening a restaurant at the very beginning of the pandemic, what international fusion cuisine is, and he shares how his grandmother’s influence shaped his culinary career.
President/CEO of the Better Business Bureau of Chicago and Northern IL Steve Bernas joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss the scams that spring breakers need to be aware of, ways to prevent identity theft through fraudulent tax returns, and a warning about the potential dangers associated with voice search on smart devices.
Pam David, a pivotal whistleblower in the Rod Blagojevich case, joins the Steve Cochran Show to share her journey into the case, the bravery required to confront corruption, and her appearance on CNN’s United States of Scandal.
Ray Smith from the Wall Street Journal joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss why Google is cutting jobs for AI development, the potential impact on healthcare employment, and how AI will help employees engage in more meaningful work.
Karen Travers, ABC New White House Correspondent, joins Steve and Jane to talk about the potential meeting between President Biden and House Speaker Mike Johnson. With border security and funding for Ukraine still up in the air, is the White House willing to negotiate? Or is the face-to-face meeting just for show?
ABC 7 Chicago’s consumer investigator Jason Knowles joins the Steve Cochran Show to delve into the types of Bluetooth attacks to be wary of, flaws that make the device vulnerable to attacks, and strategies for safeguarding yourself against Bluetooth threats.
Ret. Justice Eileen O’Neill Burke, candidate for Cook Co. State’s Attorney, joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss making the Chicago State’s Attorney Office the best training ground for future prosecutors, her vision to redefine the role of the State’s Attorney by solely focusing on defending victim, and she shares her plan to bring shoplifting crimes down.
Medical expert Dr. Kevin Most joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss the effectiveness of Accutane in treating acne, the groundbreaking development of the first medication to alleviate allergic reactions in individuals with severe food allergies, and the likelihood of contracting swimmer’s ear at your local recreational pool.
Mayor Brandon Johnson has made headlines by declaring the City of Chicago’s decision to terminate its contract with ShotSpotter, a technology designed to pinpoint the location of gunfire. Paul Vallas joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss why areas equipped with ShotSpotter experience higher rates of shootings, challenges hindering prompt police response to calls, and residents’ reluctance to report shootings in their neighborhoods.
Purse Strings.co’s Dr. Barbara Provost and Maggie Nielsen, join the Steve Cochran Show to discuss the reasons behind women’s tendency to allow their husbands to exclusively manage household finances, fostering healthy financial self-esteem, and whether it’s ever too late to improve one’s financial situation.
There are not a whole lot of good movies in theaters this weekend with Madame Web and One Love disappointing, but according to Nick Digilio, there’s a much better option. The Chicago Philharmonic will be performing Blade Runner In Concert on Saturday night.
Willow Springs Chief of Police Garry McCarthy joins the Steve Cochran Show. The Former CPD Superintendent talks to Steve about the shooting in Kansas City yesterday and Shot Spotter parting ways with the city of Chicago.
Legendary comedian Paul Reiser joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss his experiences on the set of the hit show “The Boys,” his upcoming show at the Batavia Arts Center on Friday, March 8th, and he shares how his wife inspired him to create Mad About You.
Medical expert Dr. Kevin Most joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss the most commonly searched health topics across the US, how to get around high prescription costs, and methods for managing a persistent cough.
During yesterday’s show, Steve and Andrea were surprised to learn that the fish in Tampa have been causing sleepless nights for the locals, but not for the reasons one might expect. Roger Germann, President and CEO of The Florida Aquarium in Tampa, joins the Steve Cochran Show to shed some light and explain how the sex noises of these fishes are responsible for the disturbance.