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Friday, June 19, 201506/19/2015

6/19/15 Podcast Jim Ryan

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The man authorities believe to have opened fire on a historic black church in South Carolina was captured without incident on Thursday morning. Dylann Roof, 21, is suspected of opening fire on a bible study group at Emanuel AME Church, killing nine people. Jim is on the ground in Charleston and can provide more detail on Roof’s capture and discuss the next steps in the investigation and how the community is reacting to the tragedy.

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Friday, June 19, 201506/19/2015

6/19/15 First Take

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Wrapping up the week, today’s First Take topics include the SC church killer in custody, LePage vetoes overruled, the Pope issues letter on climate change, Asylum seekings may be able to get PA in Portland then Super Ct says Texas confederate license plate can be outlawed and Sandoval benched…

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Thursday, June 18, 201506/18/2015

6/18/15 Capital Insights

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Every other Thursday, Governor John Baldacci joins Ken and Mike on the WGAN morning news. Today’s topics include the budget behind closed doors and transparency…

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Thursday, June 18, 201506/18/2015

6/18/15 Ken Fredette

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Republican Leader Ken Fredette joins us this morning to discuss the newly written budget deal and the issue of transparency in the legislature…

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Thursday, June 18, 201506/18/2015

6/18/15 Justin Alfond

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State Senator Justin Alfond joins us this morning to discuss the newly written budget deal and the issue of transparency in the legislature…

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Thursday, June 18, 201506/18/2015

6/18/15 First Take

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Topics for this Thursday…More on the Budget, LePage reacts to budget, Prison break update, the Pope to issue letter on climate change then Brian Williams not to return as anchor and Woman to be featured on $10 bill…

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Wednesday, June 17, 201506/17/2015

6/17/15 Podcast Aaron Katersky

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Well, if you can’t deflate the baseballs, maybe try this. Major League Baseball confirms a federal investigation into the illegal breach of the Houston Astros baseball operations database allegedly by the St. Louis Cardinals. Both teams say they are aware and cooperating. The database, nicknamed Ground Control according to the Houston Chronicle, was hacked last year and a law enforcement official told ABC News it contained internal information about Houston’s potential trades, scouting reports, contract information and other material that, if compromised, could be to a competing team’s advantage. The commissioner’s office will wait until the investigation is over to determine whether discipline is warranted.

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Wednesday, June 17, 201506/17/2015

6/17/15 Podcast Scott Goldberg

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In a move sure to prompt cries of “food police… food police”, the Food & Drug Administration announced on Tuesday that will require manufacturers to phase out partially-hydrogenated oils from processed foods over the next three years after determining it is not safe for human consumption. Trans fat, of course, is commonly found in junk food like potato chips, cookies and French fries and is the primary source of artery-clogging trans fats. And, many doctors say that trans fats are some of the worst fats that people can consume.

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Wednesday, June 17, 201506/17/2015

6/17/15 Eye on Politics

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Every Wednesday, Matt Gagnon and Jeremy Fisher join Ken and Mike to analyze the political goings on in the past week. Today’s main topics include transparency in the Legislature and the Right to Die bill…

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Wednesday, June 17, 201506/17/2015

6/17/15 Podcast Brad Mielke

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Brad will be back in NYC Wednesday morning, but on Tuesday he was in Derry, NH, taking in the first town hall meeting Jeb Bush held as a presidential candidate. Bush professed his “love” for New Hampshire because its voters care about fiscal responsibility, then talked for an hour on job growth, entitlement cuts, and regulatory reform. Bush has identified New Hampshire as the cornerstone of his 2016 campaign, which is probably a good thing given that polls seem to indicate he’s going to get trounced in Iowa

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Police: Man Crashed on I-295, Inhaled Keyboard Cleaner

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Police say a Maine man was arrested after he crashed his SUV into a guardrail and inhaled computer keyboard cleaner in front of an officer.

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Mainer Dies In NH Crash

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PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire state police say a Maine man was killed and another was injured in a rollover crash on Interstate 95.

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Biddeford Council Says No To Independent Investigation

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Biddeford, ME (WGAN) Biddeford city councilors have decided not to pursue an independent investigation into allegations of sexual abuse involving a former police officer.

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Nearly a quarter of Americans call their jobs ‘meaningless’

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A new poll shows 24 percent of Americans say their jobs do not make a meaningful contribution to the world.

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Clerk in gay marriage fight once unlikely to wage moral war

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At 44-years-old, Kim Davis has been divorced three times and had two children out of wedlock.

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Iran nuclear deal backers near votes to protect pact in U.S. Congress

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Supporters of the international nuclear agreement with Iran moved within one vote of mustering enough support to protect the deal in Congress.

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10 FOR TODAY: Wednesday, Sept. 2

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