Ken and Mike

Podcasts

morning-news-podcast

Thursday, June 20, 201306/20/2013

6-20 Senator Roger Katz

Senator Roger Katz speaks to Ken and Mike about EBT benefits and what would happen if Augusta were to shut down for the day.

morning-news-podcast

Thursday, June 20, 201306/20/2013

6-20 Ken Fredette

House Minority Leader Ken Fredette discusses what the R’s are calling “Pelosi style” stunts with Medicaid expansion.

morning-news-podcast

Wednesday, June 19, 201306/19/2013

6-19 John Baldacci

Ken and Mike speak with John Baldacci, Wednesday Edition of Capital Insights

morning-news-podcast

Wednesday, June 19, 201306/19/2013

6-19 Eye on Politics

Eye on Politics – Ken and Mike speak with Phil and Ethan about whats happening in Augusta

morning-news-podcast

Tuesday, June 18, 201306/18/2013

6-18 Trey Hardin

The immigration debate returns, and ABC political analyst, Trey Hardin, joins to discuss the latest on it in Washington.

morning-news-podcast

Monday, June 17, 201306/17/2013

6-17 Steve Mistler

Portland Press Herald’s Steve Mistler joins with the latest from Augusta

morning-news-podcast

Monday, June 17, 201306/17/2013

6-17 Steve Woods

Chairman of the Yarmouth Town Council and a Maine business owner, Steve Woods, is running for Governor in Maine. He joins to discuss he run, and his thoughts on Michaud’s exploratory committee.

morning-news-podcast

Friday, June 14, 201306/14/2013

6-14 Bill Nemitz

Portland Press-Herald Columnist Bill Nemitz talks with Ken and Mike about the latest entry into the race for Governor, panhandling, and more.

morning-news-podcast

Friday, June 14, 201306/14/2013

6-14 Eva’s Entertainment Report

Eva previews the new Superman movie and more in this week’s entertainment report.

morning-news-podcast

Friday, June 14, 201306/14/2013

6-14 Cheryl Leeman

Ken and Mike speak with Cheryl Leeman on panhandlers in Portland

Local Headlines

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Safety Cites for Firm Connected to Fatal Hayride

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GENERIC INVESTIGATION LARGE

Records show a decade of vehicle inspections resulted in 178 citations at a company within the same corporate structure as a farm where a girl died in a hayride accident this month.

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Father Accused of Abuse Had Been Fired from Job

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GENERIC ARREST

A Maine man charged with throwing his infant son down a flight of stairs was fired from Riverview Psychiatric Center after authorizing the use of pepper spray on a woman who was restrained for hours with the irritating substance on her skin.

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Maine Heating Prices Continue to Drop

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GENERIC COUNTERFEIT MONEY

A state of Maine survey indicates the average price of heating oil has dropped 4 cents over the past week to the lowest heating season price recorded in three years.

National Headlines

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DEVELOPING: Soldier shot near Canada’s parliament; shooter at large

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canada

A Canadian soldier was shot at war memorial in Ottawa and a shooter was seen running towards the nearby parliament buildings.

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U.S. farmers battling bugs

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harvest

With record harvests depressing prices, farmers are using chemicals that protect stored grain from critters.

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Jeffrey Fowle, freed from N. Korea, back on American soil

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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry welcomed the release of one of three Americans held in North Korea.

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U.S. to funnel travelers from Ebola-hit regions through 5 airports

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Travelers from three countries in West Africa will undergo enhanced screening for the virus.