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My name is Hayley. I was born and raised in suburban IL and am currently finishing my last semester at the University of Kentucky as a broadcast journalism major with a minor in vocal performance.
I currently work for WUKY, Lexington’s NPR affiliate, and Lexington Community Radio.
I love makeup, Julie Andrews, kittens and saying YAAAS!

Recent Articles
  • Slenderman

    Slender Man and Michael Jordan’s Lawsuit: Legal News with Karen Conti

    Karen Conti joined us to offer some insight into why the Patrick Kane investigation has played out the way it has thus far. We also discussed the “Slender Man”  case, and why Michael Jordan is suing Dominick’s.

  • Steve Cochran Full Show 8/12/15: “I went in for the bunt and the pitch broke my cup!”

    Today on the Steve Cochran show, listeners texted in their funny, sometimes embarrassing sports injury stories. Steve got some insider legal advice in some of news’ most interesting legal cases from Karen Conti. Later, we made picks for the upcoming PGA tournament and got a preview from The Golf Channel’s Rex Hoggard, but we also got a close look at the ponies in this weekend’s Arlington Million with Howard Sudberry. As usual, Dean Richards joined Steve to gossip about the […]

  • Make Me a Millionaire: “If you can stick it, you can dip it!”

    Hoffman Estates entrepreneur Samantha DeMaria will be featured on the premiere episode of CNBC’s “Make Me A Millionaire Inventor.” Her product is a marinara tower… you read that correctly… so now we know what we are getting Kevin Powell for Christmas.

  • Howard Sudberry

    Arlington Million: Off to the Races with Howard Sudberry

    Everyone has their PGA picks for the weekend, but what about your picks for the Arlington Million on Saturday? Howard Sudberry joined us to discuss what should be expected when the gates are opened, and Howard explained how the safest bet of the weekend involves Orion Samuelson!

  • Mr. Robinson: Craig Robinson Loves Chicago

    “Mr. Robinson”, Craig Robinson’s new show, Mr. Robinson, aired it’s first show over the weekend. Craig joined the crew to talk about its significance to him and his career and talked about how much he loves Chicago. Craig Robinson was reunited with his old friend John Da Cosse, and somehow he made time to serenade Andrea on her birthday.

  • Behind the Scenes with a Blue Angel Pilot

    The Blue Angels will be the highlight of the Chicago Air and Water Show is flying this weekend in Chicago and Lt. Commander Nate Barton joined us this morning to explain what it takes to fly for the Blue Angels.

  • GoogleDotCom

    Google’s Big Announcement: What’s Alphabet?

    Google is in the process of creating a new publicly traded parent company called Alphabet. While the switch seems confusing, Dana Wollman, managing editor of Engadget.com explains its not as complicated as you may think.

  • Steve Cochran Full Show 8/11/15: Happy birthday, Andrea Darlas!

    Today on the Steve Cochran show, we got more information from Ferguson on what was another night of unrest. Then, John Da Cosse wrote a special Tune for Tuesday in honor of Andrea Darlas and her birthday. In lieu of some big changes from Google, Engadget.com’s Dana Wollman explained what Alphabet means for the general consumer. And with the Blue Angel’s air show coming up this weekend, Pilot Lt. Commander Nate Barton talked about his life in zero gravity. Finally, […]

  • Steve Cochran Full Show 8/10/15: Dean’s Not Tom Skilling

    Today on the show the crew talks about the Ferguson shooting that happening exactly one year after Michael Brown’s shooting. Then, Dr. Kevin Most explained how a new procedure could redefine obesity in the United States. Later in the show, Scott Sherman shined some light on why violence continued to break out against police and civilians. We closed the show with Dean Richards, who is not Tom Skilling, and David Hochberg talked about all you need to know when it […]

  • FergusonUnrest2

    Scott Sherman: Trying to Reform the “Huge Mess” in Ferguson, Missouri

    Lawyer and Legal Analyst Scott Sherman joined the show to shed light on the shooting that happened over the weekend in St. Louis that marked the one year anniversary of Michael Brown’s shooting. We discussed the distrust that still exists between the citizens and the local government and local police, and we closed the conversation with Scott’s opinion on how Ferguson can keep moving on from this violence.

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