Podcasts: Morning Show

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Morning Show

Monday – Friday from 8 – 9am

gun

KGMI Morning Show 12/16/13

Dillon talks with Whatcom County Undersheriff Jeff Parks about the Kendall-area man who was shot in his doorway, and discusses a possible strike by Amazon workers.

plane

KGMI Morning Show 12/13/13

Dillon Honcoop and aviation industry insider Scott Hamilton talk about machinists union members getting a chance to vote on Boeing’s latest contract extension offer.

tap water

KGMI Morning Show 12/12/13

Dillon Honcoop talks about the budget deal in Washington D.C., and a controversial rule change that could stop rural landowners from drilling new water wells.

milk

KGMI Morning Show 12/11/13

Host Dillon Honcoop talks with the lead author of a study from WSU showing that organic milk is better for your health.

The memorial service of Nelson Mandela

KGMI Morning Show 12/10/13

Host Dillon Honcoop discusses the criticism over President Obama’s handshake with Raoul Castro of Cuba at the Nelson Mandela memorial in South Africa.

c-span van

KGMI Morning Show 12/9/13

State Senator Doug Ericksen from Ferndale talks about his heated exchange at a climate change discussion in Olympia, and Ashley Hill from C-SPAN talks about why they have a crew in Bellingham this week.

frost

KGMI Morning Show 12/6/13

Host Dillon Honcoop talks with meteorologist Rufus Lalone about the changing weather outlook, and invites local a cappella singing group Chief of Staff onto the show.

fast food

KGMI Morning Show 12/5/13

Dillon Honcoop talks about the fast food workers walking off the job in cities around the country today demanding a $15 minimum wage. Do fast food workers deserve to be paid more?

bellingham fire

KGMI Morning Show 12/4/13

Bellingham’s Fire Chief joins the show to discuss an early-morning fire in the Columbia Neighborhood that killed one person and injured two others.

thermometer-cold

KGMI Morning Show 12/3/13

Host Dillon Honcoop talks with meteorologist Rufus Lalone about how long the current Arctic weather will continue to engulf the Pacific Northwest.

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