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Friday, March 20, 201503/20/2015

3/20/15 Podcast Buckets Blakes

Buckets Blakes from the Harlem Globetrotters joins the show today to talk with Ken and Mike about the upcoming Globetrotters appearance in Portland this Sunday and a brief history of the Globetrotters.

morning-news-podcast

Friday, March 20, 201503/20/2015

3/20/15 Podcast Gene Libby

Ken and Mike have Gene Libby on today’s show to talk about this year’s annual “Mary’s Walk”. Started by Gene, the walk is in memory of his wife Mary who died of cancer in 1997. It began in March of 1999 and the walk is now in its 17th year and supports the Maine Cancer Research Foundation. The walk is on March 29th in Saco and more details are at www.maryswalk.org

morning-news-podcast

Friday, March 20, 201503/20/2015

3/20/15 Podcast Howie Carr

Talking about Donald Trump and the Boston bombing trial, Howie Carr joins Ken and Mike on the show today to weight in.

morning-news-podcast

Friday, March 20, 201503/20/2015

3/20/15 Podcast Stavros Mendros

Former State Rep. Stavros Mendros representing US Term Limits on John Martin’s bill to repeal them in Me joins Ken and Mike today on the show.

morning-news-podcast

Friday, March 20, 201503/20/2015

3/20/15 Podcast Taste of Home Chef Amanda

Chef Amanda spoke with Mike the other day about the Taste of Home Cooking School and the upcoming event at the Westbrook Performing Arts Center in April.

special-reports-podcasts

Thursday, March 19, 201503/19/2015

3/19/15 Capital Insights John Baldacci

This Thursday we’re on Capital Insights. John Baldacci calls in to talk with the guys about newly proposed term limits and age restrictions in the legislature.

morning-news-podcast

Thursday, March 19, 201503/19/2015

3/19/15 Podcast Brad Garrett

The recent news regarding the HBO series on Robert Durst, and his recent arrest, has cast the spotlight on documentary-styled reality television and how it can affect actual cases under investigation by law enforcement. Brad takes a broader look at the role television has played in this regard, from police giving television stations sketches of suspects and videos of crimes, to re-enactment series specifically hoping to re-ignite cold cases, with our without law enforcement cooperation.

morning-news-podcast

Thursday, March 19, 201503/19/2015

3/19/15 Podcast Mary Bruce

Well, that relationship between President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu never really did bloom, did it? And now, even the stem is wilting. Before his resounding victory, Netanyahu took Obama’s 2-state solution to peace between Israel and Palestine, and tore it to pieces, never to happen. Of course, before that he took Obama’s nuclear program deal with Iran, with a deadline for progress just a couple days away, and in front of Congress, tore it to pieces, inciting a group of GOP senators to threaten Iran directly that they too, were prepared to tear it to pieces.

morning-news-podcast

Thursday, March 19, 201503/19/2015

3/19/15 Podcast Aaron Katersky

The jury in the Boston Marathon bombing trial on Wednesday saw two unexploded pipe bombs that prosecutors contend Dzhokhar Tsarnaev hurled at police officers during a gunfight on a dark suburban street four days after the bombings. Massachusetts state trooper Robert McCarthy described the devices during testimony. McCarthy also showed jurors a Tupperware container filled with explosive powder and fuses found in a car stolen by the Tsarnaevs.

special-reports-podcasts

Wednesday, March 18, 201503/18/2015

3/18/15 Podcast Nancie Atwell

Winner and subsequent donator of the $1 Million global teaching award, Nancie Atwell joins Ken and Mike today on the show.

Local Headlines

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Maine Skilled Nursing Facility Agrees To Pay $1.2M To Feds

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BOSTON (AP) - Federal prosecutors say a Maine elderly living center has agreed to pay $1.2 million to settle allegations of inflated Medicare claims for rehabilitation therapy.

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14-Year-Old Wiscasset Boy Facing Drug Trafficking Charges

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WISCASSET, Maine (AP) - A 14-year-old Wiscasset High School student is facing drug trafficking charges after he was allegedly caught in school with an assortment of nine different prescription medications for sale.

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New Sharon Couple Face Drug Charges

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FARMINGTON, Maine (AP) - A New Sharon couple has been charged with running a methamphetamine lab in their home where two children were also living.

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Fight over ‘religious objection’ proposals shifts to Arkansas

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The fight over "religious freedom" proposals facing increasing criticism from those who call them a license to discriminate is shifting toward Arkansas.

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Tsarnaev’s lawyers try to show brother in charge of bombing

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Lawyers for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are trying to show that his older brother was the driving force behind the 2013 terror attack.

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There’s a whiskey war being waged in Tennessee

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Distillers say stiff whiskey laws are stifling the town of Trimble's boozy revival.

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Iran, world powers push for nuclear deal as deadline looms

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With a deadline hours away, negotiations over a preliminary deal on Tehran's nuclear program continue.