Kurt Cochran was killed in the terror attack on Westminster Bridge in London.
His wife, Melissa, was severely injured.
They are both from our area of Salt Lake City, Utah.
Ethan and Alex were shocked to read the Cochran family state that they harbor no ill will over the attack. That Kurt always focused on the positive and that's what they'll do.
Do you have the strength to do that?
A telemarketer hawking student loan debt options also tried calling Alex during the program. An attempt was made to get the call on the air but it failed. Too bad.
Alex also tells the story of an elderly woman in his neighborhood who listens to The Nightside Project podcast on her Kindle. Apparently she loves to hate to listen.
Our #zenheadlines moment was about a father named Ben Ryan. His son Sol was born with a condition that led to the amputation of his left arm just below the elbow.
He started on a mission to build a prosthetic for his son that will grasp and be useful even as a toddler. With the help of Bangor University and Pontio Innovation and using equipment from Stratasys, he's made a prototype that totally works. What an amazing dad!