Handel 45-Minute Morning Show

Handel 45-Minute Morning Show

Don’t miss out on Handel in the Morning just because your kids, job, spouse or school keep getting in the way. Bill Handel’s 45-Minute Morning Show is a compilation of highlights from Handel’s morning show each and every day with new unaired commentary by Bill Handel himself. So, next time someone asks you, “Hey, did you hear what an asshole Handel was this morning?”, you can confidently respond, “Yes, yes I did.”

Episodes

May 19, 2022 45 min
Bill Handel hosts ABC News Crime and Terrorism Analyst Brad Garret to examine how mass shootings continue to happen across the nation. A look at the Los Angeles Mayoral Election as candidates continue to drop out. And a new COVID wave is sweeping the nation - how is LA faring better than NY?
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Bill Handel speaks with Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer regarding the accused church shooter being charged with 10 felony counts including murder - is the death penalty on the table? Clark Howard joins the show for this week's edition of Cheapskate University and Deals of the Week. And gas prices in California have lingered around $6 - could those prices spread around the nation? Handel examines the possibility.
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Bill Handel talks about how the Laguna Woods shooting was a hate crime targeting Taiwanese people, while the shooting in Buffalo was also driven by targeted hatred. KTLA's Rich DeMuro joins the show for this week's edition of 'Tech Tuesday'. And it's hard not to be anxious in a world where nowhere feels safe anymore.
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Bill Handel talks about the mass shootings that took place over the weekend in Buffalo at a supermarket, and in California at a church. As SoCal enters peak fire season, Handel puts a microscope over Airbnb as it offers guests no warning or escape plan. And all of those quitters during The Great Resignation? They're at work.
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Bill Handel takes a peak behind what's causing the baby formula shortage while also examining safe alternatives for newborn parents in need. KFI News Reporter and Host of the hit new show on KFI 'Unsolved' Steve Gregory joins the show to talk about everything he's covered over the past week. Steve also teases what listeners can look forward to hearing on an all-new episode of the hit show 'Unsolved,' airing ...
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Bill Handel talks about the Coastal Fire in Laguna Niguel that has claimed at least 24 homes. ABC News Crime and Terrorism Analyst Brad Garrett joins the show to talk about the SCOTUS leak of the draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade. And Ukraine will try a Russian soldier for war crimes...but how?
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Bill Handel speaks with ABC News Contributor and Editor in Chief at Investopedia Caleb Silver regarding the Consumer Price Index and what it means when it comes to inflation. Also, a deep dive into the Women's Health Protection Act as Roe v. Wade comes under likely threat.
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Bill Handel talks about the conclusion of the escapades that had officials searching for an escaped inmate and a jail employee in Indiana, Steve Gregory's recent findings that could dispute the allegations against Sheriff Alex Villanueva, and how utilities are pushing back against the growth of rooftop solar panels.
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Bill Handel talks about Russia celebrating Victory Day, centralized around WWII but potentially an opportunity to officially declare war on Ukraine. Los Angeles' street improvement programs are severely understaffed as the streets become 'a threat to public safety.' And Governor Gavin Newsom continues to negotiate the high speed rail initiative with legislators, as the two won't budge on their demands.
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Bill Handel weighs in on how corporate America braces for the end of Roe vs. Wade, fertility treatments are on the rise and a new legislation could increase for protections for donors and families and how rising federal interest rates will affect inflation and your wallet.
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Bill Handel examines how many red states are already chipping away at Roe v. Wade as abortion legality hangs in the balance. With water running out, California faces a grim summer of dangerous heat and extreme drought. And with Roe v. Wade on its way out, abortion pills stand to become the next battleground in a post-Roe America.
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Bill Handel examines how California created the nation's easiest abortion access, and why it's poised to go further. A look into where Roe went wrong and how the sweeping new abortion right was built on a shaky legal foundation. And Why has Russian President Vladimir Putin shown restraint in the war he started?
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Bill Handel takes a deep look into the Supreme Court having leaked an opinion that would overturn Roe V. Wade and make abortion illegal countrywide again. In the face of a megadrought, Los Angeles is transforming how it uses water. And while landlords want to intensify the background checks of their tenants, lawmakers want new limits on screening.
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Bill Handel talks about Nancy Pelosi's 3-hour trip to Ukraine to reinforce the U.S.'s support. What is May Day? Handel explains. And the pandemic pet boom has bred desire for dog-friendly offices - will offices become more accomodating?
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Bill Handel talks about a second official coming forward, claiming that Sheriff Alex Villanueva tried to cover up a deputy's excessive use of force. Steve Gregory, KFI News Reporter and host of the hit new show 'Unsolved', joins the show to talk about a mid-city murder and also to tease listeners on what they can look forward to hearing on an all new episode of 'Unsolved', airing tomorrow night at 8PM PST right ...
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Bill Handel hosts Dr. Jim Keany, Co-Director of the ER at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo, for this week's edition of Medical News. Handel also talks about how Kevin McCarthy sought to contain the damage after audio leaked from the Capitol Insurrection on January 6th, 2021. And Disney employees find themselves caught in between political crossfire as Florida pushes back against the company's refusal to accept their anti-g...
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Bill Handel talks about how Sheriff Villanueva is backing off of the investigation of a Times reporter who revealed an alleged cover-up, whether or not President Biden will decide to forgive student loan debt, and with Steve Gregory on what it was like to be investigated by the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department after getting his hands on footage intended to stay hidden from the public.
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Bill Handel talks on top U.S. officials having met with President Zelenskyy in Ukraine for the first wartime visit in Kyiv, Ukraine. Southern California restaurants are hiring just about anyone breathing for help in their deeply short-staffed environments. And workers continue to change jobs during the 'Great Resignation,' and while they rake in big raises, inflation stays high.
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Bill Handel talks about L.A.'s recent claims that it can't take care of its sickest and most vulnerable; the county isn't buying it. Steve Gregory joins the show to give listeners a preview of what they can look forward to hearing on a brand new episode of 'Unsolved', airing tomorrow night at 8PM PST right here on KFI. And Happy Earth Day! Handel takes a look at 10 recent climate policies that could make a diffe...
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Bill Handel on how despite being in ruins, Mariupol looms large for Russia and Ukraine as Russia continues its attempts to capture the territory. Clark Howard joins the show for this week's edition of Cheapskate University and Deals of the Week. And Handel explains the significance of 4/20 and how it became a holiday that celebrates marijuana.
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