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Thursday, February 26, 201502/26/2015

2/26/15 Podcast Richard Davies

The Federal Communications Commission is expected to vote on Thursday on whether to put Internet service in the same regulatory camp as your telephone. The issue, net neutrality, has become increasingly partisan, with Republicans claiming FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has kowtowed to President Obama’s vision for the Internet. Richard discusses the issues at hand, and what it all means to you.

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Thursday, February 26, 201502/26/2015

2/26/15 Podcast John Baldacci

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This Thursday is Capital Insights with John Baldacci. John calls in today to talk with Ken and Mike about the state’s budget and the recent spotlight on the welfare system.

morning-news-podcast

Thursday, February 26, 201502/26/2015

2/26/15 Podcast Brad Garrett

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Homeland Security Shutdown – Should you be Worried? With the funding deadline looming, Brad discusses what exactly would happen if it is allowed to pass without any action.

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Thursday, February 26, 201502/26/2015

2/26/15 Podcast Mary Bruce

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Tick tock. Tick tock. That’s the sound of the clock running out for funding of the Department of Homeland Security. Funds run out at the end of the day Friday. As of this writing, the logjam continues. Into late Wednesday, the legislative maneuverings and offers continued, and Mary fills you in on where things currently stand, and the prognosis for this particular piece of legislation.

firsttake

Thursday, February 26, 201502/26/2015

2/26/15 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

On today’s First Take, Ken and Mike go over Homeland Security’s funding, yesterday’s pileup on I95 in Bangor, Net Neutrality vote tomorrow and legal marijuana in DC.

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Wednesday, February 25, 201502/25/2015

2/25/15 Podcast Eye on Politics

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It’s Wednesday, our Eye on Politics analysis with Jeremy Fisher and Matt Gagnon discuss this morning’s earlier interviews with Mayor…

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Wednesday, February 25, 201502/25/2015

2/25/15 Podcast Michael Brennan

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Portland Mayor Michael Brennan talks with the guys about the GA program and the recent audit findings for Portland’s general…

special-reports-podcasts

Wednesday, February 25, 201502/25/2015

2/25/15 Podcast Mary Mayhew

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Audits of general assistance in Portland reveal not only a few somewhat wealthy shelter-goers and Portland’s percentage within Maine’s budget. Mary Mayhew get on the show today to discuss recent news on GA…

morning-news-podcast

Wednesday, February 25, 201502/25/2015

2/25/15 Podcast Jim Ryan

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Before the end of the day, the fate of ex-Marine Eddie Routh will be in the hands of a jury. Defense psychiatrist Mitchell Dunn was back on the stand to support his assertion that Eddie Routh was schizophrenic when he shot and killed Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield.

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Wednesday, February 25, 201502/25/2015

2/25/14 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

On today’s First Take – Ken and Mike are going to talk about the people in local shelters who allegedly have cash in the bank, Eddie Routh is found guilty in the sniper case, the Department of Homeland security’s funding and then, FCC and net neutrality updates…

Local Headlines

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University of Maine Pressed to Serve More Local Food

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A group of Maine food producers and organizations is pressing the University of Maine System to serve more locally grown food to students and staff.

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Planned Parenthood: No Tissue Donations in NNE

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Planned Parenthood clinics in Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire say they don't donate fetal tissue for research, even though they say it's legal to do so.

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Maine Landlord Pleads Not Guilty to Charges in Deadly Fire

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The owner of a Portland apartment house where six tenants died in a Nov. 1 fire has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter.

National Headlines

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Making headlines this week

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

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Congress heading on vacation, putting off messy decisions

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Congressional lawmakers are heading for recess and leaving behind a pile of unfinished business.

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Pentagon chief gives nod to arm more troops in U.S. after shooting

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U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter signaled on Thursday that he would allow more troops to be armed at facilities inside the United States.

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Plane debris on remote island points to breakthrough in MH370 mystery

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Plane debris washed up on the French island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean is almost certainly part of a Boeing 777, a Malaysian official and aviation experts said, potentially the biggest breakthrough in the search for missing Flight MH370.