Podcasts: Morning Show

Podcasts

Morning Show

Monday – Friday from 8 – 9am

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.

dog in snow

KGMI Morning Show 12/2/13

Dillon Honcoop loves snow, and on this Cyber Monday he talks with callers about where the snow falling in Whatcom County, as well as the now-fixed Obamacare website and Amazon using drones to deliver packages.

turkey dinner

KGMI Morning Show 11/27/13

Host Dillon Honcoop invites callers to share what they are thankful for on this day before the Thanksgiving holiday.

bad weather graphic

KGMI Morning Show 11/26/13

Host Dillon Honcoop talks with meteorologist Rufus Lalone about the possibility that we could soon see winter weather “with a vengeance.”

wrench

KGMI Morning Show 11/21/13

Dillon Honcoop talks with the laid-off plumber who accuses a local construction company of cutting corners on safety at Meridian High School and Bellingham International Airport.

handcuffs

KGMI Morning Show 11/20/13

KGMI Legal Analyst Jeff Lustick breaks down the recent arrest of George Zimmerman and the 9-1-1 call he made, and Dillon Honcoop talks about why kids today are so out of shape.

tornado

KGMI Morning Show 11/18/13

A local emergency manager talks about how Whatcom County would handle a disaster after devastating tornadoes hit the midwest and a super typhoon struck the Philippines.

health insurance

KGMI Morning Show 11/15/13

Dillon talks about why people in our state can’t keep their old health insurance after President Obama said he would extend old policies.

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in Lifestyle

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in National

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in National

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in Entertainment

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in Local Sports

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