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Tuesday, December 1, 201512/01/2015

12/1/15 Podcast Rebecca Higgins

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Talking about identity theft during the Holiday Shopping season,  VP of Payment Services For the Maine Credit Union League joins Ken and Mike to give advice on how to be careful!

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Tuesday, December 1, 201512/01/2015

12/1/15 Podcast Trey Hardin

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ABC Political Analyst Trey Hardin join Ken and Mike every Tuesday morning after the 7AM news….

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Tuesday, December 1, 201512/01/2015

12/1/15 Podcast Tom Rivers

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Pushing for a powerful climate deal, President Barack Obama called the global talks opening Monday outside Paris an “act of defiance” against terrorism that proves the world stands undeterred by Islamic State-linked attacks in Europe and beyond. Obama used his speech to more than 150 world leaders to salute Paris and its people for “insisting this crucial conference go on” just two weeks after attacks that killed 130 in the French capital. He said leaders had converged to show resolve to fight terrorism and uphold their values at the same time. Obama’s remarks came at the start of two weeks of make-or-break negotiations to finalize a sweeping global agreement to cut carbon emissions and hopefully stave off the worst effects of climate change.

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Tuesday, December 1, 201512/01/2015

12/1/15 Podcast Jim Ryan

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The man suspected of carrying out the bloody Black Friday rampage at Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs has made his initial appearance before a judge. 57-year-old Robert Lewis Dear was advised of the charges that state prosecutors are preparing against him. Meanwhile, donations for the families of two civilians and one police officer who were killed in the shooting spree are soaring into the tens of thousands. ABC’s Jim Ryan updates the story from Colorado Springs.

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Tuesday, December 1, 201512/01/2015

12/1/15 First Take

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Ken Returns to kick off your first day of December. Today’s topics cover Air Asia pilot response led to crash, Climate summit, Nova Star ferry, Brennan refugee letter – Strimling housing crisis, Salt in NYC and Hair stylists in Walmart….

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Monday, November 30, 201511/30/2015

11/30/15 Podcast Angus King

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Pushing for changes to an EPA standard on Farming and Agriculture, Angus King explains potential struggles that Maine farmers deal with….

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Monday, November 30, 201511/30/2015

11/30/15 Podcast Steve Mistler

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Portland Press Herald’s own Steve Mistler joins the show every Monday after the 8AM news…

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Monday, November 30, 201511/30/2015

11/30/15 Podcast Shannon Moss

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Shannon Moss joins Mike and Barry Hobbins to discuss local events and local news…

morning-news-podcast

Monday, November 30, 201511/30/2015

11/30/15 Podcast Amy Beveridge

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Talking Election coverage, WMTW’s Amy Beveridge joins Mike and Barry this morning to talk about the specifics of what is being covered and when.

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Monday, November 30, 201511/30/2015

11/30/15 Podcast Matt Gagnon

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Outside of the normal Eye on Politics segment, Matt Gagnon joins Mike and Barry this morning!

Local Headlines

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Picasso Work Acquired by Colby College Museum of Art

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The Colby College Museum of Art is acquiring a deluxe set of Pablo Piscasso's Vollard Suite from 1939, a series of 100 etchings considered the artist's most significant cycle of prints.

6 hours ago in Local

Waterboro Man Arrested For Terrorizing A Child

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Portland Police arresting a man for terrorizing a child.

7 hours ago in Local

Bugged By Bedbugs, Maine Capital City Passes Emergency Rules

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The City Council in Maine's capital city has adopted an emergency bedbug ordinance

National Headlines

4 hours ago in National

Making headlines this week

A member of the NATO parachute demonstration team lands during a change of command ceremony at NATO military headquarters in Mons, southern Belgium on Wednesday May 4, 2016. U.S. Army General Curtis  M. Scaparrotti was installed as NATO's 18th supreme allied commander Europe (SACEUR). The commander, by tradition an American general or admiral, is responsible for the overall direction and conduct of NATO's global military operations. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

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

4 hours ago in Lifestyle, National

Anti-hunger group uses fake app to fool, educate

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates 14 percent of Americans, or more than 17 million people, are what is called food insecure, meaning at times of the year, they are uncertain of being able to acquire enough food for their household.

7 hours ago in National

Top reason Americans will vote for Trump: ‘To stop Clinton’

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The U.S. presidential election may turn out to be one of the world's biggest un-popularity contests.

11 hours ago in National

U.S. cracks down on e-cigarettes and cigars, bans sales to minors

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The U.S. government took wide-ranging steps to crack down for the first time on e-cigarettes and cigars, growing in popularity among teens, and banned sales to anyone under age 18 in hopes of sparing a new generation from nicotine addiction.