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Ken & Mike's First Take


Tuesday, February 10, 201502/10/2015

2/10/15 “Eggs and Issues” Fist Take

On today’s First Take, Ken and Mike discuss Gay Marriage in Alabama, Obama is talking of arming the Ukraine Military, Sangillo’s bar in Portland is also closing after being a popular local bar.


Monday, February 9, 201502/09/2015

2/9/15 First Take

This Monday’s First Take kicks off the week with more snow! Brian William’s is going to take a break from television appearances but will this and his apology help his seemingly doomed situation? Also, Maine’s jail system is considering a “safety” based release system rather than an exclusive bail system for prisoners.


Friday, February 6, 201502/06/2015

2/6/15 First Take

On this Friday’s First Take; ISIS has been using a black market for women and children and and exploitation, Brian Williams is still in the news but should he be? Also, Maine’s branch of Anthem had a severe security breech revealing SSNs, phone numbers, names, email address, street address and more…


Thursday, February 5, 201502/05/2015

2/5/15 First Take

On this morning’s edition of First Take, NBC anchor Brian Williams admits he was not in a downed helicopter during a notorious report years ago, Portland is getting another layer of snow today but where do we put it?? And Sports Illustrated is releasing it’s first issue to include a plus-sized model in an advertisement.


Wednesday, February 4, 201502/04/2015

2/4/15 First Take

On this morning’s First Take, Ken and Mike review LePage’s state of the state address and his proposed budget and…


Tuesday, February 3, 201502/03/2015

2/3/15 First Take

On today’s First Take, Ken and Mike Talk about LePage’s State of the State address, more snow, children’s vaccinations and Robin William’s estate is in question.


Monday, February 2, 201502/02/2015

2/2/15 First Take

On today’s Post-Superbowl First Take, Ken and Mike go over some major highlights from the game.


Friday, January 30, 201501/30/2015

1/30/15 First Take

On this Friday’s First Take: New attacks from ISIS, more snow, Dartmouth is banning alcohol on campus, and more football….except this time the topic shifts to the Super Bowl!


Thursday, January 29, 201501/29/2015

1/29/15 First Take

On today’s show, Ken and Mike are going to talk about the next storm we’ll be getting tomorrow and talk of another foot of snow, then, the footballs were under psi yet the refs checked them without saying anything. Also, Jordan is considering trading prisoners with ISIS.


Wednesday, January 28, 201501/28/2015

1/28/15 First Take

On today’s post-snowpacalypse First Take, Ken and Mike discuss the Snow-mageddon, the recent murder-suicide of a Freyburg couple and yesterday’s Superbowl Media Day.

Local Headlines

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Officials Say Child Died After Showing E. Coli Symptoms


Maine public health authorities have confirmed that an Androscoggin County child died and another was hospitalized after both showed symptoms associated with E. coli bacteria.

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Ex-husband of Former State Rep Pleads Guilty to Gun Threat


A Winslow man has pleaded guilty to pointing a loaded gun at two of his sons and the boyfriend of his ex-wife, a former state representative.

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Hearing About Forced Medication in Killing Case Delayed


The Maine attorney general's office says a court hearing has been pushed back on a prosecutor's request that a man charged with killing his father be treated with medication without his consent.

National Headlines

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Making headlines this week


Here's a look at some of this week's biggest newsmakers and the headlines you may have missed.

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Fed official still looking at 2015 rate hike


A voting member of the Federal Reserve's policy committee says he believes the economy is on a satisfactory track and an increase in interest rates is likely to be appropriate in either October or December.

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House slams regulators for not catching VW for years


Volkswagen U.S. chief executive blamed "individuals" for cheating on diesel emissions tests as lawmakers attacked environmental regulators for failing to catch the fraud for years.

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Research is beefing up meat with healthy omega-3s


People have long been told they can decrease their risk of heart disease by eating more omega-3 fatty acids, including seafood and walnuts.