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Monday, February 9, 201502/09/2015

2/9/15 Podcast Tom Rivers

Jordan claims its air strikes against ISIS targets in Syria have been successful, degrading nearly 20% of the militants capabilities. The strikes, with U.S. assistance, were intensified following the burned-alive execution of Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh.

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Friday, February 6, 201502/06/2015

2/6/15 Podcast Michael Leachman

Michael Leachman, Director of State Fiscal Research at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities provides Ken and Mike an analysis of Gov. LePage’s tax and budget proposal.

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Friday, February 6, 201502/06/2015

2/6/15 Podcast Scott Goldberg

It could be the largest health care breach in history…Anthem , which owns Blue Cross and Blue Shield, hacked. The records of 80 million users at risk. Information like dates of birth, social security numbers, employment and income information – all the things identify thieves need to assume a new identity.

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Friday, February 6, 201502/06/2015

2/6/15 Podcast Jim Ryan

The process of choosing a jury for the “American Sniper” trial continues Friday in Stephenville, Texas. On Thursday, about 200 potential jurors were called in for questioning by the judge and many were excused because of medical conditions or financial hardship.

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Thursday, February 5, 201502/05/2015

2/5/15 Podcast Tom Rivers

Jordan’s King Abdullah vowed on Wednesday to fight a “relentless” war against Islamic on their own territory. The promise came during a crisis meeting he held with his security chiefs after his return to his country.

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Thursday, February 5, 201502/05/2015

2/5/15 Podcast On the Hunt with Col. David Hunt

On today’s edition of On the Hunt, Col. David Hunt weighs in with Ken and Mike on current threats according to region and fact gathering tactics.

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Thursday, February 5, 201502/05/2015

2/5/15 Podcast Mary Bruce

While senators on the Armed Services Committee conducted the confirmation hearing for Defense Secretary nominee Ashton Carter, they took to opportunity to urge the administration to send more military supplies to Jordan to assist them in their fight against ISIS, which for obvious reasons has amped up considerably of late.

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Thursday, February 5, 201502/05/2015

2/5/15 Podcast Johnathan LaBonte

Jonathan LaBonte, The Director of the Governor’s Office of Policy/Management and Mayor of Auburn discusses the Gov’s budget and tax reform proposal.

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Thursday, February 5, 201502/05/2015

2/5/15 Podcast Jim Ryan

Hundreds of residents of Stephenville, Texas, and surrounding towns will be summoned Thursday to begin jury selection for the trial of the man accused of killing retired Marine Chris Kyle two years ago on a shooting range.

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Wednesday, February 4, 201502/04/2015

2/4/15 Podcast Congressman Bruce Poliquin

Congressman Bruce Poliquin comes on the show and explains his vote against repealing ObamaCare.

Local Headlines

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Lawsuit Brought by Couple Who Videotaped Police is Settled

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The city of Portland says it's going to use the arrest of a Bar Harbor couple who videotaped police officers as part of its training to ensure First Amendment protections.

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Mom Charged With 4th OUI is Arrested

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Police say a woman has been charged with operating under the influence for a fourth time.

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Maine Bill Would Change Process for US Senate Vacancies

ELECTION LARGE

A Maine Democratic lawmaker wants to strip the governor of his power to appoint a replacement in the event of a U.S. Senate vacancy.

National Headlines

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FBI: Shooting at NSA gate at Fort Meade not related to terrorism

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Officials say two men, disguised as women, tried to ram the gates of Fort Meade, where the National Security Agency is housed.

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Girl, 4, boards bus for 3 a.m. snack run

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Little Annabelle Ridgeway was determined to get a slushie.

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Pentagon chief mulls easing military enlistment standards

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Military officials are considering adjusting some of the requirements for certain jobs, such as those involving cyber or high-tech expertise.

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National parks call on Americans to ‘Find Your Park’

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A new ad campaign aims to introduce a new, more diverse generation of millennials and children to the national parks system.