Ken and Mike



Tuesday, March 29, 201603/29/2016

3/29/16 Podcast Senator Susan Collins

Discussing SCOTUS decision, Maine Senator Susan Collins joins the show to talk with Ken and Mike!


Tuesday, March 29, 201603/29/2016

3/29/16 Podcast Robert Dana

Talking about UMaine Anti-Semitic hackers, VP of Student Life at UMaine Robert Dana discusses the recent brash of Anti-Semetic displays.


Tuesday, March 29, 201603/29/2016

3/29/16 Podcast Justin Alfond

Discussing Maine’s future as a Primary State, Senator Justin Alfond joins Ken and Mike today!


Tuesday, March 29, 201603/29/2016

3/29/16 Podcast Trey Hardin

ABC’s Trey Hardin joins Ken and Mike every Tuesday Morning after the 7AM news!


Tuesday, March 29, 201603/29/2016

3/29/16 Tom Rivers

EgyptAir confirms that a lone hijacker on a domestic flight forced their flight MS181 to land in Cyprus. The plane, headed from Alexandria to Cairo, was rerouted mid-flight. Most passengers have been released, though the crew and a few passengers remain on board as negotiations continue. Officials are saying this is not an act of terrorism, but the act of a love-sick man desperate to reunite with his ex-wife. This is a developing story. Tom will have the latest.


Tuesday, March 29, 201603/29/2016

3/29/16 Podcast Aaron Katersky

Belgian authorities on Monday freed a man they had charged with terrorism and murder, conceding another enormous blunder in their investigation into the attacks last week on Brussels. They acknowledged that a witness had mistakenly identified him as a bomber in a dark hat and white coat in an airport surveillance photo. The police said that the real attacker, one of the men who blew up a departure hall at Brussels Airport, remained at large, and they issued a new plea to the public to help identify him. Aaron is heading back to the states, but can give you the latest before hopping on his plane.


Tuesday, March 29, 201603/29/2016

3/29/16 First Take

Ken and Mike start your morning off with a Hijacking, Georgia bill killed by governor, Southern Maine casino defeated, Eves goes around governor on housing bonds, Sweden considers Maine lobsters invasive and Durham nudist colony…


Monday, March 28, 201603/28/2016

3/28/16 Podcast Kenneth Moton

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump blamed rival Ted Cruz for starting a spat leading up to a report in the National Enquirer claiming “political operatives” are looking into rumors that the Texas senator had multiple marital infidelities. Trump again denied he or his campaign had anything to do with the National Enquirer report. Cruz has blamed the report on Trump and his “henchmen” while forcefully denying it.
“I had nothing to do with it. The campaign had absolutely nothing to do with it,” Trump told ABC’s Jonathan Karl on “This Week” Sunday. “I have over control over the National Enquirer.” In an appearance on Fox News, Cruz said he doesn’t believe that Trump had no involvement in the story’s publication.


Monday, March 28, 201603/28/2016

3/28/16 Podcast Steve Mistler

Portland Press Herald’s Steve Mistler joins Ken and Mike every Monday morning after the 8AM news!


Monday, March 28, 201603/28/2016

3/28/16 Mondays with the Mayor

Every Monday morning from 7-8AM, Portland City Mayor Ethan Strimling joins Ken and Mike to answer your calls an questions!

Local Headlines

4 mins ago in Local

Pirates Leaving Portland


PORTLAND, Maine (AP) The Portland Pirates of the American Hockey League are poised to leave their Maine home in favor of Springfield, Massachusetts.

11 hours ago in Local

Fishing Panel Urges Obama Not To Set Atlantic Sea Monument


A key interstate fishing commission is calling on the White House to shoot down or dramatically limit a proposal for a national monument in the Atlantic Ocean.

11 hours ago in Local

Woman Killed In Crash In Porter


State Police say a woman was killed this afternoon when her car struck a tractor trailer along Route 25 in Porter.

National Headlines

15 hours ago in National

Trump looks to unify Republicans; Kasich reported dropping out


Billionaire Donald Trump assumed the mantle of presumptive Republican presidential nominee on Wednesday with a message on unity that also suggested he was not going to work too hard to placate some party establishment figures angered by his outsider candidacy.

18 hours ago in National

Takata recalls millions more air bag inflators


Automakers will recall up to 40 million more air bag inflators installed by Takata Corp by 2019, expanding the largest automotive recall in American history.

19 hours ago in National

School safety: Drops in bullying, violent crime on campus


The latest government snapshot of school crime paints a picture of safer schools, with declines in violent crime, bullying and harassment because of sexual orientation.

20 hours ago in National, World

U.S. gathers allies on next steps in Islamic State fight


The United States gathered defense ministers from 11 other countries for talks on Wednesday about ways to strengthen the campaign against Islamic State, a day after a U.S. Navy SEAL was killed in Iraq during an attack by the militant group.