Ken and Mike



Friday, March 4, 201603/04/2016

3/4/16 Podcast Rick Bennett

Republican Chairman Rick Bennett joins Ken and Mike this morning!


Friday, March 4, 201603/04/2016

3/4/16 First Take

Ken and Mike wrap up the first week of March with Trump vs. Romney, the Republican debate, Pot petitions, El Faro settlements, How did psychiatrist de los Heros get licensed in Maine and Vilsack says Lepage benefit cuts wrong…


Thursday, March 3, 201603/03/2016

3/3/16 Podcast Mary Mayhew

Talking about the Heroin Bill today, DHHS Commissioner Mary Mayhew joins Ken and Mike to discuss!


Thursday, March 3, 201603/03/2016

3/3/16 Podcast Aaron Katersky

The NFL controversy that won’t go away, “Deflategate,” begins a new chapter Thursday as the parties head back to the courtroom as the NFL looks to appeal last year’s ruling that vacated Tom Brady’s suspension. A three judge panel will hear two short oral arguments, one from each side, and that will be that. There won’t be a ruling for a while, in a matter that has been estimated to have amassed over $20 million in legal fees. But on the bright side, in a sense, we have some football in March.


Thursday, March 3, 201603/03/2016

3/3/16 Podcast Janine Bisaillon-Cary

Janine Bisaillon-Cary of Global Maine International Trade Center and today’s keynote speaker for Eggs N’ Issues, talks with Ken and Mike this morning!


Thursday, March 3, 201603/03/2016

3/3/16 Podcast Jim Ryan

Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, plans to give a major address Thursday about the state of the current presidential race that has consumed the GOP with chaos. Romney, who briefly considered running again before announcing last January that he would take a pass, plans to deliver remarks Thursday morning at the University of Utah’s Hinckley Institute of Politics in Salt Lake City, where he has a home. Sources have told ABC News that while he’ll make no endorsement, he will make a case of why Donald Trump should not be the GOP candidate.


Thursday, March 3, 201603/03/2016

3/3/16 Eggs N’ Issues

Ken and Mike are live from the Holiday Inn by the Bay this morning – Republicans rally against Trump Candidates appear in Maine, Marijuana and casino referendums fail for now, Kennebec County sheriff, Malaysian plane found? And LePage’s opiate proposal!


Wednesday, March 2, 201603/02/2016

3/2/16 Podcast Peter Gore

Peter Gore joins Ken and Mike on today’s Super Wednesday!


Wednesday, March 2, 201603/02/2016

3/2/16 Eye on Politics

WGAN’s Political Analysts Matt and Jeremy join the guys every Wednesday morning after the 8AM news – today we’re talking Super Wednesday!


Wednesday, March 2, 201603/02/2016

3/2/16 Podcast Bob Smith

Talking about Ted Cruz this morning, former Senator from New Hampshire Bob Smith joins Ken and Mike today for Super Wednesday!

Local Headlines

1 hour ago in Local

Hiker Found Dead In ’15 Survived At Least 26 Days


AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) Documents show an Appalachian Trail hiker whose remains were found last year in Maine survived at least 26 days after getting lost. During that time, her texts went undelivered because of poor cell reception.

16 hours ago in Local

Maine Senator Proposes Fees on Prescription Opioids


A U.S. senator from Maine is co-sponsoring a bill that would impose a fee on prescription opioids to help pay for programs that would alleviate the country's opioid epidemic.

17 hours ago in Local

Experts: Man Who Killed 2 Nuns Ready to Move to Apartment


Experts say a Maine man who killed two nuns and severely injured two others in 1996 is ready to move from a group home to a supervised apartment in Augusta.

National Headlines

17 hours ago in National

Clinton did not comply with federal email policy, watchdog finds


Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while U.S. secretary of state broke government rules and was not approved by State Department security officials, according to an internal government watchdog's report released on Wednesday.

23 hours ago in Lifestyle, National

Record number of Millennials are living with their parents


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23 hours ago in National, World

Obama to Asians worried about U.S. election: It’s going to be OK


U.S. President Barack Obama sought on Wednesday to ease growing Asian worries about the raucous election campaign to succeed him which has been dominated by the incendiary rhetoric of mogul Donald Trump, now the Republican Party's nominee.

24 hours ago in National

U.S. security union wants more screeners to ease airport delays


The union for transportation security officers urged Congress to pay for 6,000 more full-time workers who conduct screenings to alleviate long lines at U.S. airports, a problem that caused a shakeup in the U.S. Transportation Security Administration's management.