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Handel 45-Minute Morning Show
48 minutes | Oct 27, 2021
Sheriff Villanueva Set to Testify in Kobe Bryant Trial, Biden's Plan to Tax Billionaires and the "Rust" Press Conference
Bill Handel on Sheriff Villanueva needing to testify to his 'first-hand' knowledge of the Kobe Bryant crash photo-sharing, Biden's plan to tax billionaires in order to pay for his Agenda, and Jennifer Jones Lee and Wayne Resnick join Handel to discuss the "Rust" press conference that took place today in Santa Fe Springs, New Mexico.
46 minutes | Oct 26, 2021
Facebook's Public Relations Crisis, Minneapolis' Police Coup and Title 42 Explained
Bill Handel on the challenges Facebook is facing when it comes to their image. Minneapolis residents are voting on a ballot measure to replace their police department. And Title 42 explained: The obscure public health policy is at the center of a U.S. border fight.
47 minutes | Oct 25, 2021
Legal Fallout from Alec Baldwin Mishap, KFI News Reporter Steve Gregory and The Push to Stop Overdose Deaths
Bill Handel on what the legal fallout will look like following the mishap involving Alec Baldwin and a prop gun. KFI News Reporter Steve Gregory joins the show to talk about the county counsel and the sheriff. And in a bid to stop overdose deaths, California could start allowing for drug use at supervised sites.
44 minutes | Oct 22, 2021
Wayne on Brian Laundrie, Alex Baldwin and The Popularity of Vinyl
Wayne Resnick sits in for Bill Handel. The remains of Brian Laundrie have been found after a monthlong search. Actor Alec Baldwin fatally shot the cinematographer and wounded the director of a film he's working on in New Mexico after discharging a prop gun while filming. And vinyl is selling so well that the demand is making the product tough to sell.
46 minutes | Oct 21, 2021
An Update on Brian Laundrie, Mark Ridley-Thomas and Fictional Influencers
Bill Handel on the recent discovery of items belonging to Brian Laundrie in addition to human remains. Former L.A. City Councilmember Mark Ridley-Thomas plead not guilty to the charges against him today for bribery and conspiracy. And what's the deal with all of these fictional influencers?
47 minutes | Oct 20, 2021
A Statewide Drought Emergency, A Global Energy Crunch and A New Question Haunting Adoption
Bill Handel on Governor Gavin Newsom declaring a statewide drought emergency, urging residents to conserve water. The energy crunch has hit global recovery mode as winter approaches. And there's a new question haunting adoption.
46 minutes | Oct 19, 2021
California's Existential Dilemma in Tackling Climate Change, Persistent Free Speech Concerns and Psychedelic Drugs
Bill Handel on the challenge California will face when it comes to tackling climate change and the housing crisis. Also, SCOTUS has sided with the police when it comes to qualified immunity. And startup companies are betting big on a psychedelic drug gold rush - will it pay off?
46 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
The Death of Colin Powell, The Trial of Ahmaud Arbery's Suspected Killers and New COVID Treatments
Bill Handel on the life and death of General Colin Powell, how the trial of Ahmaud Arbery's accused killers will scrutinize the use - and abuse - of 'outdated' citizen's arrest laws, and whether or not these new COVID treatments will be as elusive for poor countries as the vaccines have been.
47 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
More COVID Surges Could Be on the Horizon, Online Order Returns and Walt Disney's Frozen Head
Bill Handel on the possibility of there being more COVID surges with winter rapidly approaching. What happens to your stuff when you return it after having ordered it online? And the myth behind Walt Disney and whether or not his head is actually frozen and being kept underneath the Pirates of Caribbean attraction at Disneyland.
40 minutes | Oct 14, 2021
L.A. Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas Indicted, Anti-Vaxxers Continue to Die from COVID and the Future of Child Tax Credits
Bill Handel on Los Angeles Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas being indicted on bribery charges, hundreds of police officers have died from COVID as the challenge of getting people vaccinated continues, and the future of child tax credit may be foggy, but its benefits are growing clearer.
45 minutes | Oct 13, 2021
The Autopsy of Gabby Petito, 'Medial News' with Doctor Jim Keany and Regulating Facebook's Algorithm
Bill Handel talks about the autopsy of Gabby Petito released yesterday, leaving questions unanswered. Dr. Jim Keany joins the show to talk about how most adults shouldn't be taking daily aspirin to avoid heart attacks, and the impact of climate change on the health care industry. And the best way to regulate Facebook? Start with the algorithm, says lawmakers.
50 minutes | Oct 12, 2021
Climate Crisis Progress, Biden's Vaccine-or-Test Mandate and Legalizing Marijuana
Bill Handel on the United States inching closer than ever before to making major progress on the climate crisis. And as President Biden's vaccine-or-test mandate approaches, questions arise over how he'll enforce it. Also, there's a better way to go about legalizing marijuana.
44 minutes | Oct 11, 2021
California Wildfires, A Cool New Back-To-School Accessory and Handel History: Columbus Day
Bill Handel on whether or not California's wildfires are really "disasters," or just something natural we should get used to. There's a hot new back=-to-school accessory - it's an air quality monitor. And a little bit of Handel History for you today on this Columbus Day (also known as Indigenous People's Day).
52 minutes | Oct 8, 2021
Opting Out Of Covid Vaccine Mandates, Private Prisons Make Money Off Of Inmates and Foodie Friday with Neil Saavedra
Who can and can't opt out of Covid vaccine mandates, private prisons are still making money from Federal inmates despite Biden's Executive Order, Corbin Carson previews his news special, 'This Sand is My Sand: The Stolen Legacy of Bruce's Beach and Foodie Friday with Neil Saavedra.
38 minutes | Oct 7, 2021
School Shooting In Texas, LA County’s Strict Vaccine Mandates and An Entertainment Report with Mo Kelly.
Bill Handel discusses the suspect of the high school shooting in Arlington, Texas being in custody, LA County issuing stricter Covid vaccine mandates and an Entertainment report with Mr. Mo Kelly.
42 minutes | Oct 6, 2021
Handel on the Orange County Oil Spill, Newsom's New Unemployment Benefits System and Facebook
Bill Handel on why the Orange County oil spill is so threatening to the critical coastline wetlands, the newly approved laws by Governor Gavin Newsom that will revamp California's unemployment benefits system, and an ex-Facebook employee tells Congress that the social media giant endangers its users and democracy.
44 minutes | Oct 5, 2021
Handel on the Orange County Oil Spill, the January 6th Insurrection and Mail Delays, Price Hikes Coming to USPS
Bill Handel on the history of regulatory problems when it comes to oil companies as the owner of the Orange County platform faced bankruptcy. The January 6th insurrection exploited little-known Capitol weaknesses, and mail delays paired with price hikes are coming to USPS this holiday season.
46 minutes | Oct 4, 2021
Handel on the Oil Spill off the Orange County Coast, SCOTUS Resuming and Abortion Pills
Bill Handel on the cause of the massive oil spill off the Orange County coast, the Supreme Court resuming today for a term that poses to be extraordinarily controversial, and Texas is aiming to crack down on abortion pills sent by mail.
44 minutes | Oct 1, 2021
Handel on the Government Shutdown, SCOTUS and the Merck Pill
Bill Handel talks about the government averting another shutdown amid talks about infrastructure. There are 9 high-stake issues the Supreme Court of the United States will take up this coming term. And have you heard of the Merck Pill? Studies show it cuts the worst effects of COVID-19.
46 minutes | Sep 30, 2021
Handel on Democrats and the Government Shutdown, Corporate America and Marijuana in the Workplace
Bill Handel on the scrambling of Democrats as they move to avert the looming government shutdown. California outlawed the all-white-male boardroom and ever since, corporate America has been being reshaped. And speaking of corporate America, there's a problem when it comes to corporate "values." And is it ever OK to get stoned with a client? More questions answered when it comes to marijuana in the workplace.
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