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morning-news-podcast

Tuesday, September 17, 201309/17/2013

9-17 Mary Mayhew

In Podcasts

DHHS commissioner, Mary Mayhew joins to discuss medicaid expansion in the state of Maine.

firsttake

Tuesday, September 17, 201309/17/2013

9-17 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

Ken and Mike’s Tuesday First Take covers the recent Navy Yard shooting, an update on congress square plaza, and the Portland city council withdrew a proposal to ban styrofoam.

morning-news-podcast

Monday, September 16, 201309/16/2013

9-16 Steve Mistler

In Podcasts

Press Herald’s Steve Mistler joins to discuss the Governors radio address on welfare fraud, and other issues surrounding the state of Maine this week.

morning-news-podcast

Monday, September 16, 201309/16/2013

9-16 John Eder

In Podcasts

Public space advocate, John Eder, joins to discuss why he believes the plaza in congress square should be kept public. John is also joined by advocate, Holly Seeliger.

firsttake

Monday, September 16, 201309/16/2013

9-16 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

Ken and Mike’s Monday First Take covers the latest on Syria, protesters in congress square, the hunt for welfare fraud in Maine, Miss America, and more!

morning-news-podcast

Friday, September 13, 201309/13/2013

9-13 Howie Carr

In Podcasts

Howie calls in and teases some content for his upcoming show “An Evening of Crime”, at the landing in Scarborough and he discusses the Politics of Syria and more!

morning-news-podcast

Friday, September 13, 201309/13/2013

9-13 Bill Nemtiz

In Podcasts

Bill Nemitz talks to Ken and Mike about his latest article about the proposed sale of Congress Square Plaza and other topics!

morning-news-podcast

Friday, September 13, 201309/13/2013

9-13 Steve Abbott

In Podcasts

University of Southern Maine’s interim athletic director Steve Abbott talks with Ken and Mike about some of his career highlights and challenges at USM and his upcoming challenges as Susan Collins new Chief of Staff.

firsttake

Friday, September 13, 201309/13/2013

9-13 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

A Russian proposal for securing chemical weapons in Syria, will marijuana become legal in Portland? USM is stopping their Physics program, lasts nights storm and more!

morning-news-podcast

Thursday, September 12, 201309/12/2013

9-12 On the Hunt

In Podcasts

Col. David Hunt joins the program with his thought on the latest in the Syria crisis and everything surrounding it including Putin’s op ed in the NY Times.

Local Headlines

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Senate Rejects LePage UMS Board Nominee Dench

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GENERIC MAINE STATE HOUSE LARGE

The Democratic-controlled Maine Senate has denied one of Republican Gov. Paul LePage's nominees to the University of Maine System Board of Trustees.

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Maine Man Dies After Hitting Wife’s Motorcycle

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Police say a Maine man has died from injuries he suffered when his motorcycle crashed into another driven by his wife.

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Drug Take-Back Effort Yields 19,060 Pounds

GENERIC PILLS LARGE

The Maine Department of Public Safety says more than 19,000 pounds of prescription drugs were handed over to law enforcement agencies during the National Drug Take-Back initiative over the weekend.

National Headlines

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Secret Service White House security breach ‘unacceptable’

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Lawmakers scolded the head of the Secret Service over a security breach that allowed a knife-wielding intruder to run deep into the White House.

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Congress vote on campaign against ISIS could lag to 2015

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Congress may not vote until next year on authorizing air strikes against Islamic State militants, despite some lawmakers' insistence that approval is already overdue.

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Obama, Modi vow to boost strategic ties, create model for world

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President Barack Obama and new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have vowed to deepen their countries' strategic partnership.

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CDC probing cases of virus-related paralysis in children

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Health officials are investigating at least 10 cases of children who developed paralysis after testing positive for a respiratory virus.