The Bob Lonsberry Show on 570 WSYR

The Bob Lonsberry Show on 570 WSYR

Hear the latest from Bob Lonsberry, weekdays 3-6 pm on Syracuse's NewsRadio 570 WSYR

Episodes

May 17, 2022 29 min
Bob explains more about the new district lines and how they'll affect our area. He also discusses Brittanee Drexel and the Buffalo Shooter.
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Bob discusses the Buffalo shooter's original plan to come to Rochester, new district lines and NATO.
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May 17, 2022 28 min
Bob discusses the Buffalo mass shooting, the shooter's manifesto and the storm across Upstate NY.
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Bob Lonsberry Show Starts Early with Breaking News On the Brittanee Drexel Case
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May 12, 2022 30 min
Bob talks to Maryam Ek Kaufman a Physical Education Teacher at Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary. Bob also discusses crime in Syracuse and the Bills schedule.
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May 12, 2022 28 min
Bob talks to Bill O'reilly about his new book, Killing the Killers: The Secret War Against Terrorists. Bob also discussed bail reform and conceal carry permits.
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May 12, 2022 30 min
Bob talks to Royale Scuderi the Executive Director of the Central New York Lyme & Tick-Borne Disease Alliance and discusses the new pet law in New York.
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May 10, 2022 13 min
Joe Pinion, Candidate for NYS Senate ,shares his thoughts on his pending visit to Syracuse, inflation, abortion, and the rise in violence across the state.
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Bob discusses President Biden's remarks on combating inflation.
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Bob talks to Castin Hersh about the loss of his son in a fatal car crash due to fatigue.
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Bob talks about a 68 yr old man who was beaten with his own cane defending himself with a knife.
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The Debate on the overturning of Roe V Wade continues and Bob talks about 2 fires in the Syracuse one of which was fatal.
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Destiny USA Sues the City of Syracuse.
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Bob comments on the leaked information on the possible overturning of Roe V Wade and Dave Chappelle gets attacked on stage.
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Bob talks about the retirement of Dr. Gupta.
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May 2, 2022 30 min
Bob interviews Kyle Schneps The Director of Public Policy at Foundry and discusses Naomi Judd's passing, student loan forgiveness and more.
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May 2, 2022 32 min
Bob talks about justice, bail reform, recent trials and Oswego Mayor Billy Barlow joins Bob for a chat.
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Bob speaks with Larry Wilcox who is best known for his role as California Highway Patrol officer Jonathan "Jon" Baker in the television series CHiPs.
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SYR Police Chief Joe Cecile on becoming chief and combating crime and violence in Syracuse.
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Bob asks is a coach that has his Football players pray on school property wrong to do so?
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