Ken and Mike

Ken & Mike's First Take

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Monday, May 19, 201405/19/2014

5-19 First Take

Ken and Mike’s Monday First Take covers the AT&T DirecTV merger, body of missing teen found in lake Arrowhead, a NH police commissioner and his use of a racial slur, and more!

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Friday, May 16, 201405/16/2014

First Take 5/16/14

Representative Barry Hobbins is in for Ken today so Mike and him discuss the Fires in California, Clippers Owner Suing the NBA, School Grades in Maine, Alexander Report on Maine Welfare, and TD Bank and strippers?

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Thursday, May 15, 201405/15/2014

5-15 First Take

Ken and Phil’s Thursday First Take covers the 9/11 memorial opening today, South Korean ferry crew charged with murder, 10 year old Kelli Murphy charged with manslaughter, and more!

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Wednesday, May 14, 201405/14/2014

5-14 First Take

Ken flies solo with a Wednesday First Take covering a mine fire in Turkey leaving 200 dead, Boko Haram to release a list of militants it wants freed, one of the Boston Bombers bought their gun at the Scarborough Cabela’s, and more!

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Tuesday, May 13, 201405/13/2014

5-13 First Take

Ken and Mike’s Tuesday First Take covers a Donald Sterling interview, Boko Haram updates, a NH cop who was fatally shot in a gunfight, and more!

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Monday, May 12, 201405/12/2014

5-12 First Take

Ken and Mike’s Monday First Take covers Donald Sterling’s apology, Ukraine votes independence, the search in North Waterboro for a…

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Friday, May 9, 201405/09/2014

First Take 5/9

Ken and Mike discuss the House Voting on the Benghazi Incident, the Mistreatment of Veterans, LePage Discussing His Re-Election, Lawyer in Bangor and His Giant Billboard, Becky’s Diner Gets Complaints Over the Visit of Christie and LePage, and the NFL Draft.

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Thursday, May 8, 201405/08/2014

5-8 First Take

Ken and Mike’s Thursday First Take covers Chris Christie in town, Scarborough approves dog restrictions, House votes to hold Lois Lerner in contempt of Congress, and more!

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Wednesday, May 7, 201405/07/2014

5-7 First Take

Ken and Mike’s Wednesday First Take covers how the South Korean ferry disaster happened because of excess cargo, the US to help Nigeria find kidnapped girls, climate disruption, and more!

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Tuesday, May 6, 201405/06/2014

5-6 First Take

Ken and Mike’s Tuesday First Take covers council of Europe meeting on Ukraine situation, Christian prayer ruled constitutional in city council meetings, the Maine People’s Alliance apologizes over offensive leaflet, and more!

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WGAN’s Interview With Marpheen Chann

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WGAN's Cody O'Connor took a moment to speak with Marpheen Chan who is a political activist that was involved in and spoke at yesterdays "We Are Maine" rally in Portland in protest against cuts to general assistance...

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Panel Backs Bill Aimed at Boosting Maine Vaccination Rates

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A legislative committee has endorsed a bill that seeks to increase vaccination rates in Maine.

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Boston Man Gets Prison for Taking Three to Work as Prostitutes

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Federal prosecutors say a 28-year-old Boston man has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison for aiding and abetting the interstate transportation of women for prostitution.

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WATCH: The history of Memorial Day

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This All-American holiday took a long and winding road to become an annual tradition.

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To the beach! Roads expected to be packed for Memorial Day

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With lower gas prices and an improved job market, AAA expects more than 37 million Americans to travel this weekend, the most since 2005.

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Takata air bag recall could take years to complete

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The largest auto recall in American history affects nearly 1 in 7 cars.

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Senate expected to act on NSA collection of phone records

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If the Senate doesn't act, the laws authorizing the programs will expire June 1, and officials say they will lose valuable surveillance tools.