Ken and Mike



Friday, March 25, 201603/25/2016

3/25/16 Podcast Ryan Burrow

North Carolina lawmakers have overturned Charlotte’s anti-discrimination ordinance, and have barred other local governments from passing similar regulations. The move forces cities in North Carolina to require bathrooms or locker rooms be designated for use only by people based on their biological sex. Meanwhile in Georgia, the governor has more than a month to decide whether to veto a measure offering protections to faith-based entities refusing to provide services based on religious beliefs. Critics say the measure promotes discrimination. Companies like Disney and the NFL have threatened to pull work from the state if the measure passes.


Friday, March 25, 201603/25/2016

3/25/16 Podcast Rick Klein

Many are no doubt aghast at many of the exchanges during this presidential campaign, which continues to bounce along in the direction of something resembling a reality show on Bravo… just in the past couple of weeks, the candidates broke new ground with comments regarding the size of one’s package, and now there’s the current round of spouse attacks. There’s never been anything like it. And when you think about it, we’re only in March.


Friday, March 25, 201603/25/2016

3/25/16 Podcast Tom Rivers

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday voiced hope that Washington and Moscow could narrow their differences on Syria and Ukraine as he sat down for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Kerry said he hoped the talks would be constructive and allow the nations to find a way to “rebuild and strengthen the relationship between the United States and Russia by proving that we know how to solve some serious problems together and building from there.”


Friday, March 25, 201603/25/2016

3/25/16 First Take

Ken and Mike start off your week with an update on the Belgium bombing, Trump and Cruz continue to battle, LGBTs in NC, Georgia, Minimum wage in Maine and Guns in public housing…


Thursday, March 24, 201603/24/2016

3/24/16 Podcast Carole-Anne Oullette

From the Maine Office of Tourism, Carole-Anne Oullette joins Ken and Mike today to discuss record breaking tourism spending!


Thursday, March 24, 201603/24/2016

3/24/16 Capital Insights

Former Maine Governor and Congressman John Baldacci joins Ken and Mike every other Thursday morning!


Thursday, March 24, 201603/24/2016

3/24/16 Podcast Aaron Katersky

The latest details regarding the terrorists attacks there, including any new information regarding the bombers, how they carried out their mission, as well as the hunt for the person believed to be the remaining one who got away.


Thursday, March 24, 201603/24/2016

3/24/16 First Take

Ken and Mike start your Thursday off with an update on Belgium, Trump and Cruz continue to tweet, Brunswick bans plastic foam containers, Revealing concealed weapons to police officers, Pothole season and Garagiola, Howard have died.


Wednesday, March 23, 201603/23/2016

3/23/16 Eye on Politics

Political analysts Matt and Jeremy join Ken and Mike every Wednesday after the 8AM News!


Wednesday, March 23, 201603/23/2016

3/23/16 Podcast Gerry Audibert

From the Maine DoT, Gerry Audibert talks with Ken and Mike this morning about the Wiscasset Project!

Local Headlines

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Picasso Work Acquired by Colby College Museum of Art


The Colby College Museum of Art is acquiring a deluxe set of Pablo Piscasso's Vollard Suite from 1939, a series of 100 etchings considered the artist's most significant cycle of prints.

6 hours ago in Local

Waterboro Man Arrested For Terrorizing A Child


Portland Police arresting a man for terrorizing a child.

7 hours ago in Local

Bugged By Bedbugs, Maine Capital City Passes Emergency Rules


The City Council in Maine's capital city has adopted an emergency bedbug ordinance

National Headlines

4 hours ago in National

Making headlines this week

A member of the NATO parachute demonstration team lands during a change of command ceremony at NATO military headquarters in Mons, southern Belgium on Wednesday May 4, 2016. U.S. Army General Curtis  M. Scaparrotti was installed as NATO's 18th supreme allied commander Europe (SACEUR). The commander, by tradition an American general or admiral, is responsible for the overall direction and conduct of NATO's global military operations. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

A look back at some of the biggest stories this week and the headlines you may have missed.

4 hours ago in Lifestyle, National

Anti-hunger group uses fake app to fool, educate


The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates 14 percent of Americans, or more than 17 million people, are what is called food insecure, meaning at times of the year, they are uncertain of being able to acquire enough food for their household.

7 hours ago in National

Top reason Americans will vote for Trump: ‘To stop Clinton’


The U.S. presidential election may turn out to be one of the world's biggest un-popularity contests.

11 hours ago in National

U.S. cracks down on e-cigarettes and cigars, bans sales to minors


The U.S. government took wide-ranging steps to crack down for the first time on e-cigarettes and cigars, growing in popularity among teens, and banned sales to anyone under age 18 in hopes of sparing a new generation from nicotine addiction.