Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

Episodes

March 1, 2024 31 mins
WHAM 5 o'clock News Hour with Joe Lasky & Liz Warner Fri. 3-1
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Your Noon News Update with Joe Lasky Fri. 3-1
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March 1, 2024 33 mins
Bob talks with Josh Jensen, NYS Assemblymen, on the legislature passed to have electric school busses by 2035. Josh explains the unpracticality, citing RG&E not having the infrastructure to support this move. He talks later about the IRC, and briefly with Marvin Adams, friend of show and Christian preacher.
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March 1, 2024 29 mins
Bob talks with Paul Dondorfer, County Legislator and Executive VP of the Locust Club. They discuss the sentencing of the killer of police officer Anthony Mazurkewicz and the Elder Parole bill. Later, Bob is joined by Brad McAreavy from the Rochester Automobile Dealer Association about their auto show and the landscape of dealerships in Rochester.
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March 1, 2024 32 mins
Bob Lonsberry is joined by RPO Music Director Andreas Delfs to discuss the upcoming concert on April 7th to celebrate the coming lunar eclipse. Tickets can be purchased on the RPO website, named RPO Eclipse Spectacular: A Symphonic Celebration at Blue Cross Arena. Later, Bob is joined in the studio by RPD Police Chief David Smith to discuss the verdict of the murderer of officer Tony Mazurkiewicz and the Elder Parole bill, allowing...
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Your 9 a.m. Friday news update, with Todd Halliday.
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March 1, 2024 30 mins
Bob talks about the vacant office spaces in Rochester and the Police Activity Board. Later, Bob is joined by Chief Deputy at the Monroe County Sheriff's office, Michael Fowler. The Deputy Sheriff explains the details behind the assault on St. John Fisher's campus and self defense strategy.
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WHAM 5 o'clock News Hour with Joe Lasky & Liz Warner Thu. 2-29
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Your Noon News Update with Joe Lasky Thu. 2-29
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February 29, 2024 31 mins
Bob talks about the St. John Fisher attempted stabbing, Mayor Malik Evans filling in last week and the Kelvin Vickers sentencing to life in prison without parole.
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February 29, 2024 33 mins
Bob is joined by Deputy County Executive Jeff McCann about the Community Resource Center, later talks about respecting the podcast and being forthcoming with information.
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Full interview where Bob Lonsberry interviews Deputy County Executive Jeff McCann to discuss the Community Resource Center and the confusion behind the allocation of funds.
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February 29, 2024 32 mins
Bob talks about lethal injection in prison and the IV implementation. Later, Bob is joined by Deputy County Executive Jeff McCann to discuss the recent return of a Purple Heart medal to the recipients family as well as the VA office.
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Your 9 a.m. Thursday news update, with Todd Halliday.
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February 29, 2024 32 mins
Bob talks about illegal immigration and the decline of birth rate, an attack by a student from St. John Fisher and teaching self defense in school. Later, Bob is joined by producers Natalie Wilks and Johnny Gates to discuss badminton, shuttlecocks and general sports opinions.
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WHAM 5 o'clock News Hour with Joe Lasky & Liz Warner Wed. 2-28
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Your Noon News Update with Joe Lasky Wed. 2-28
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February 28, 2024 26 mins
Bob chats with Justin Wilcox, Executive Director at Upstate United, about taxpayer migration out of NY, declining population. Later Bob gives an update on the Lonsberry family and speaks on the future of High School sports, politics and immigration.
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February 28, 2024 28 mins
Bob Lonsberry is joined by Ellen Teichman to discuss a funeral plot mix up, where the funeral home gave her plot to another family. They discuss the background of the Jewish community in Rochester, particularly the change on Joseph Avenue.
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February 28, 2024 30 mins
Bob talks with Patrick Reilly, current Chair of the Monroe County Republican Committee, about redistricting in NY and what it means to be an American. Bob is joined by producer Johnny Gates to discuss his RIT experience, interworking of sound design and opportunities in film.
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