Ken and Mike



Monday, November 9, 201511/09/2015

11/9/15 Podcast Ryan Burrow

Charging the racism is rampant on the University of Missouri campus, and nothing is being done about it, that school’s football team, coaching staff included, has gone on strike, saying that they won’t go back to the field until university President Tim Wolfe steps down.  Another student is currently on a hunger strike, also until Wolfe steps down.  Needless to say, these extraordinary developments have cast a huge spotlight on Missouri and the events and circumstances that brought the campus to this point.  For his part, Wolfe says there is a problem, but it will take a few months to draw up a plan to fix it.


Monday, November 9, 201511/09/2015

11/9/15 Podcast Glen Knock

Talking about an upcoming event at the Italian Heritage Center benefiting the Root Cellar Dental clinic in Portland, Ken’s Dentist – Glen Knock promotes the event for Denstists to drink, competitively dance and socialize. Visit for more info!


Monday, November 9, 201511/09/2015

11/9/15 Podcast Steve Mistler

Every Monday after the 8am News, Portland Press Herald’s Steve Mistler joins Ken and Mike for this weekly segment…


Monday, November 9, 201511/09/2015

11/9/15 First Take

Ken rejoins Mike and kicks off the second week of November with Carson fighting the media, Trump on SNL, Russian jet update, Maine skips conservation funds and the Patriots…


Friday, November 6, 201511/06/2015

11/6/15 Podcast Shannon Bryan

From and the Maine Today paper, Shannon Bryan joins Mike and Dennis for today’s First Friday to start a regular weekly segment…


Friday, November 6, 201511/06/2015

11/6/15 Podcast Bill Nemitz

Talking about his Column on people video taping signature gathering at the polls. Bill joins the show normally of Friday mornings after the 8AM news…


Friday, November 6, 201511/06/2015

11/6/15 Podcast Dave Abel

General Manager of Channel 8, Dave Abel joins Mike and Dennis to discuss a new show this Sunday called Matter Of Fact with Fernando Espuelas…


Friday, November 6, 201511/06/2015

11/6/15 Podcast Steve McCausland

Spokesman for the Maine State Police, Stephen McCausland joins Mike and Dennis to discuss the latest on the Oakland shooting the other night…


Friday, November 6, 201511/06/2015

11/6/15 First Take

Mike and Dennis close out the first week of November with more on the Oakland shooting, Bonny Eagle student killed in car accident, Governor testifies, renews pledge to use Nat. Guard to fight drugs, Portland man with history of masturbating in public to be released from jail, Bush 41 book criticizes Cheney and Rumsfeld and the Russian jetliner…


Thursday, November 5, 201511/05/2015

11/5/15 Podcast Chris Perry

Local resident and neighbor of the house where last night’s brutal shooting in Oakland took place, Chris Perry joins Mike and Dennis this morning to share his first hand account of last night’s events…

Local Headlines

8 hours ago in Local

Mother Gives Birth in Bath Supermarket Parking Lot


Emergency medical personnel successfully delivered a baby girl in the parking lot of a supermarket in southern Maine.

10 hours ago in Local

Bill to Limit Use of Video Cameras at Polls Wins Support


A bill that would make it harder to use video cameras to intimidate voters is winning bipartisan support from Maine lawmakers.

11 hours ago in Local

Maine Man Sentenced to 45 Years for Pipe Beating Death


A judge has imposed a 45-year prison sentence on a Maine man convicted in the pipe-beating death of another man in 2013.

National Headlines

9 hours ago in National

Making headlines this week

A couple is seen through an American flag as they walk to a polling place for the New Hampshire primary, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, in Nashua, N.H. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

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

9 hours ago in Entertainment, National

Roses and roaches: Cold-hearted Valentine’s Day ideas


With the coldest air in more than a decade forecast to grip the United States this Valentine's Day weekend, the holiday dedicated to love is flashing its frigid side.

14 hours ago in National

Consumers flexing their muscles


U.S. consumer spending regained momentum in January as households ramped up purchases of a variety of goods, in a hopeful sign that economic growth was picking up after slowing to a crawl at the end of 2015.

16 hours ago in National

Congress approves permanent Internet access tax ban


The U.S. Senate on Thursday passed legislation placing a permanent ban on states' taxing Internet access, sending the measure to President Barack Obama for signing into law.