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morning-news-podcast

Thursday, March 6, 201403/06/2014

3-6 Capital Insights

In Podcasts

Former Governor, John Baldacci, joins for a Capital Insights covering the Rainy Day fund, the Alexander contract, a bill concerning lawmakers pay in the event of a State shutdown, and more!

morning-news-podcast

Thursday, March 6, 201403/06/2014

3-6 Katie Hansberry

In Podcasts

Katie Hansberry is with Mainers for Fair Bear Hunting, and joins to discuss a likely November battle on this controversial issue.

Thursday, March 6, 201403/06/2014

3-6 Greg Powell

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Eggs and Issues featured speaker, Gregory W. Powell is the Chief Executive Officer and President of Dexter Enterprises, Inc and is Chairman of the Harold Alfond Foundation, the largest foundation in the State of Maine supporting education, healthcare, youth development, and other selected charitable causes. He joins to discuss his work.

firsttake

Thursday, March 6, 201403/06/2014

3-6 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

Mike and Dennis give their First Take on developments on the Ukraine issue, the superintendent of the Riverside Psychiatric Center has been ousted because of concerns on how patients are subdued, LePage’s plans to replenish Maine’s Rainy Day fund, and more!

morning-news-podcast

Wednesday, March 5, 201403/05/2014

3-5 Roger Katz and Seth Berry

In Podcasts

Senator Roger Katz and State Rep. Seth Berry, join to discuss a
Maine bill that would ban companies from selling student data.

morning-news-podcast

Wednesday, March 5, 201403/05/2014

3-5 Eye on Politics

In Podcasts

Political analysts Phil and Ethan join for an Eye on Politics covering the situation in Ukraine and their thoughts on how the president should approach the situation, thoughts on the Rainy Day fund, and more!

firsttake

Wednesday, March 5, 201403/05/2014

3-5 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

Mike and Dennis give their First Take on the EU considering sanctions against Russia, Governor LePage and his plan to restore the Rainy Day Fund, the Maine House debating a bill to dock lawmakers’ pay if state shutdown occurs, plus much more!

Tuesday, March 4, 201403/04/2014

3-4 Col David Hunt

In Podcasts

Col. David Hunt joins for a special segment to go over the developing situation in Ukraine.

morning-news-podcast

Tuesday, March 4, 201403/04/2014

3-4 Trey Hardin

In Podcasts

ABC political analyst, Trey Hardin, joins to discuss the Ukraine situation and how Washington is responding to the issue.

firsttake

Tuesday, March 4, 201403/04/2014

3-4 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

Mike and Barry’s First Take covers updates on the Ukraine situation, the voters to decide on the fate of Congress Square Plaza, a commission approves Maine’s first virtual charter school, and more!

Local Headlines

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Maine Woman Struck, Killed By Vehicle

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GLENBURN, Maine (AP) - Police say a Glenburn woman crossing the street to get her mail has been struck and killed by a passing vehicle.

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Maine Man Pleads Guilty In Bleach Attack

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AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A Maine man who threw bleach in the face of a 60-year-old woman has pleaded guilty.

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Police Continue To Investigate Saco Double Shooting

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GENERIC POLICE CRUISERS

SACO, Maine (AP) - Police in Maine continue to investigate a home invasion in Saco in which one of the homeowners as well as a house guest were shot multiple times.

National Headlines

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U.S. plans to rate colleges on affordability, performance

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The White House released a draft of its plan to tie federal aid to performance as a way to coax institutions to improve.

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Washington tries to tackle hackers behind Sony attack

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The White House acknowledged that the devastating strike against the Hollywood studio is a matter of national security.

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As U.S. eases hostilities, Cuba faces new challenges

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With the U.S. agreeing to restore diplomatic ties, Cuba's communist government may not be able to blame its old Cold War nemesis so readily.

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Jobless claims signal firmer labor market

Job seekers adjust their paperwork as they wait in line to attend a job fair in New York February 28, 2013.

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, suggesting the labor market continued to strengthen.