Understanding Doom Spending: When retail therapy threatens your wallet's existence
David Hochberg from Team Hochberg at Homeside Financials joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss "doom spending," whether money can bring happiness, and strategies for curbing unnecessary spending impulses.
Google's Winter Cleaning: How to make sure your account doesn't get swept away
Veteran tech reporter Ian Sherr joins the Steve Cochran Show to tackle concerns about the impending Google account purge, reassure iPhone users about the new namedrop feature, and Sports Illustrated's parent company allegedly publishing AI-generated articles.
From Rock Bottom to Recovery: Chris Reed shares his story of redemption
Chris Reed, Managing Partner at Northern Illinois Recovery Center, joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss the initial stages of seeking help, his motivation behind launching Illinois' first sober bar, and he shares the rewarding and transformative aspects of his life after embracing sobriety.
Fake authors and AI articles: Is this the future of journalism?
Director of UX and Visual Design at Boston Globe Media Abraham Doris-Down joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss how unchecked AI development could lead to negative consequences, if traditional journalism will survive in the era of artificial intelligence, and the potential benefits of AI-generate…
'I don't know how to fix immigration, but I know how to help.' - Lakeview Resident Mary Otts-Rubenstein
Mary Otts-Rubenstein, a Lakeview mother, joins the Steve Cochran Show to share her motivations behind aiding migrants with disabilities, offer advice to those eager to assist but unsure how, and recount heartwarming stories about the families she has supported. Discover ways to contribute: https:/…
Democratic PAC gets slapped with a record-breaking fine of $99,500 by the state election board
Chicago Tribune's Senior political reporter Rick Pearson joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss how the Democratic PAC violated state election laws, why the State Board of Elections issued them $99,500 in fines, and the "financial constraints" hindering the PAC from fulfilling this penalty.
Are the Philadelphia Eagles unstoppable?
Jr. NFL Analyst “Primetime” David Clauss joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss the significance of the Bears' recent win over the Vikings, Alabama's stunning game-winning touchdown against Auburn, and his predictions for week 13.
How long will the Israel-Hamas ceasefire last?
International Relations professor at the University of Illinois Nicholas Grossman joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss if the Gaza ceasefire will hold, the challenging dilemma faced by civilians in Gaza regarding whether to evacuate or remain at home, and the future of the Israel-Hamas conflict.
Chill-Be-Gone: Understanding why you feel colder as you age
Chief Medical Officer at Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital Dr. Kevin Most joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss whether blood thinners can make you feel cold, how the cold frigid air can affect your immune system, and he explains how buying golf clubs could potentially make you smarte…
Catch Jen Lilley as she hosts the 89th Chicago Thanksgiving Day Parade!
Actress/Co-founder of Christmas is Not Cancelled Jen Lilley joins the Steve Cochran Show to share her excitement about hosting the 89th Chicago Thanksgiving Day Parade, how her foundation ensures every child lands on Santa's nice list, and the essential elements for crafting the ideal soap opera ex…