Ken & Mike's First Take
Thursday, June 20, 201306/20/2013
Maine budget; Medicaid expansion veto sustained, Bicycle law becomes law, Strippers back on, Cutler calls for run off, James Gandolfini dead, Bruins lose
Wednesday, June 19, 201306/19/2013
WGAN morning first take discuses the Maine budget, Portland Slogan, Sanford Strippers not allowed to do fundraiser, Proposal to rename A,C, and D…
Tuesday, June 18, 201306/18/2013
Ken and Mike’s Tuesday First Take talks Obama and Putin at the G8, another Bruins win, the latest on the Whitey Bulger trial, Medicaid expansion vetoed, and more!
Monday, June 17, 201306/17/2013
Mike and Barry Hobbins give their Monday First Take covering the latest on Snowden and the NSA, Maine state budget meeting, the tragic bicycle death in trek across Maine, and more!
Thursday, June 13, 201306/13/2013
Ken and Mike fill you in on the less-than-happy ending to the Stanley Cup Final Game 1 with the Bruins, and update you on two key issues in Augusta: The state budget and Medicaid expansion
Wednesday, June 12, 201306/12/2013
Ken and Mike’s Wednesday First Take covers a bill that could ban panhandling on medians in Portland, the new council for Old Orchard Beach, right to carry a concealed weapon without a permit in Maine passes, and more!
Tuesday, June 11, 201306/11/2013
Ken and Mike give their First Take on the latest in the NSA surveillance scandal, Zimmerman jury selection begins, marijuana bill dies in the senate, and more!
Monday, June 10, 201306/10/2013
Ken and Mike’s Monday First Take covers the NSA whistle blower coming forward, the beginning of the George Zimmerman trial, Santa Monica shooting aftermath, and more!
Friday, June 7, 201306/07/2013
Ken and Mike’s Friday First Take covers the NSA Prism program and the controversy surrounding it, the Maine Medicaid Expansion Bill, and updates on the bicycle road rage incident, and Nichole Cable!
Thursday, June 6, 201306/06/2013
Ken and Mike’s Thursday First Take covers the NSA found to be collecting phone records, a Maine redistricting plan awaits the governor’s signature, a case of road rage on Martins Point bridge, and the Powerball winner comes forward!