Bill Handel is heard live Monday-Friday from 6-10 a.m. on KFI AM 640. His syndicated show, Handel on the Law, airs every Saturday from 8-11 a.m.
Wayne On The News [EARLY EDITION]
Wayne Resnick sits in for Bill Handel. He's joined by Jennifer Jones Lee to provide updates on news topics that include: Johnson & Johnson says their COVID booster shot is 94% effective in the U.S. when given two months after their first dose, CA's COVID case rate is now the lowest in the U.S., and COVID has killed about as many Americans as the flu pandemic of 1918-1919.
The Bill Handel Show - 9a - Del Rio Residents Feel Impact of Migrant Crisis and the Future for Democrats
Bill Handel is back in studio and talks about how the residents of Del Rio are feeling the impact of the migrant crisis. Popularly known as an old rivalry, Gavin Newsom vs. Kamala Harris assumes new proportion as the Democratic party evaluates its 2024 bid and beyond. Wayne Resnick steps in for the back half of the hour to talk about coyotes transporting migrants over the Mexican border, and boxed wine.
The Bill Handel Show - 8a - Democrats Face Tough Choices on Infrastructure Mega-Bill & HOTN [LE]
Bill Handel is back! As the House returns, Democrats face hard choices on Biden's infrastructure mega-bill. Threats against Congress members are going through the roof, changing the job and leading many to reconsider their position. Wayne Resnick and Amy King join Bill for the Late Edition of Handel on the News, where the trio provide updates on news topics that include: The United States will ease its travel restrictions for foreign visitors who are vaccinated against COVID, in an update on the Gabby Petito case, a note was left on fiance Brian Laundrie's car after her disappearance, and an 87-year-old woman's body was found in a refrigerator in Riverside; her daughter has been detained.
The Bill Handel Show - 7a - An Update on Gabby Petito and New COVID Testing Aims to Help Students
Bill Handel is back in studio! ABC News Correspondent Jim Ryan joins the show to provide some updates on the Gabby Petito case as her remains are believed to have been found. The search for her boyfriend continues. A new COVID testing model aims to spare students from quarantine. And employers say 'ghosting coasting' is a growing problem, but workers have their reasons for walking away from a job.
Wayne On The News [EARLY EDITION]
Wayne Resnick sits in for Bill Handel and is joined by Amy King to provide updates on news topics that include: Pfizer says its COVID vaccine is safe and generates robust immune response in kids ages 5-11, Gabby Petito's remains appear to have been found in Wyoming as the search for her boyfriend continues, and firefighters are working diligently to protect a grove of giant sequoias as the KNP Complex Fire intensifies.
The Bill Handel Show - 9a - Handel on Tammy Faye Baker & Product Placement in Space
Bill Handel is back in for the first half of the hour! He talks about Tammy Faye Baker, an unlikely ally in the AIDs crisis. Also, now that civilian space travel is inching closer to a reality for many, how will companies capitalize on the money to be made from things going into space and returning to earth? Wayne steps back in for the last half of the house and talks about how doctors are prescribing better eating habits for some and also, adults are throwing temper tantrums in public at a rapid rate.
Bill and his team lead interesting discussions. I enjoy the discourse. The one frustration I have is that I need to delete and reinstall the subscription to the pod cast to get updates.
Common Sense Approach
Bill Handel and his crew analyze the news and current events with a common sense approach. Radio talk shows need more people like Bill.
Why don’t we get the 6AM hour on the podcast anymore? Now we’re constantly bombarded with commercials 🤬I hate, hate the new format, plus the commercials in Spanish🤬You are not a Spanish speaking station, Stop it. Handel is gone all of the time. I realize he’s having health issues, but it’s time to replace him. Used to love his program, now his jokes are just not funny