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Wednesday, May 4, 201605/04/2016

5/4/16 Eye on Politics

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Matt and Jeremy join Ken and Mike every Wednesday to discuss the latest in the world of politics!

morning-news-podcast

Wednesday, May 4, 201605/04/2016

5/4/16 Podcast Susan Collins

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Senator Susan Collins join Ken and Mike today to answer their questions about a rumor of running for Vice President!

morning-news-podcast

Wednesday, May 4, 201605/04/2016

5/4/16 Podcast Eggs N Issues

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Keynote Speakers for this month’s Eggs N’ Issues joins Ken and Mike’s table to discuss today’s topic!

morning-news-podcast

Wednesday, May 4, 201605/04/2016

5/4/16 Podcast Jim Ryan

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Reporting from Indiana today, ABC’s Jim Ryan joins Ken and Mike today!

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Wednesday, May 4, 201605/04/2016

5/4/16 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take, Podcasts

Ken and Mike start Eggs N’ Issues off with Indiana, Hillary Bernie, Eves, Stonewall Inn to be national monument, LePage’s newest “Veto” and Tony award nominations…

morning-news-podcast

Tuesday, May 3, 201605/03/2016

5/3/16 Podcast Karen Worcester

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Executive Director of Wreaths Across America Karen Worcester joins Ken and Mike today!

morning-news-podcast

Tuesday, May 3, 201605/03/2016

5/3/16 Podcast Trey Hardin

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ABC’s Trey Hardin joins Ken and Mike today!

morning-news-podcast

Tuesday, May 3, 201605/03/2016

5/3/16 Podcast Jim Ryan

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Following the GOP today, ABC’s Jim Ryan joins Ken and Mike today!

firsttake

Tuesday, May 3, 201605/03/2016

5/3/2016 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take, Podcasts

Ken and Mike start off your Tuesday morning with the Indiana primary, India Street clinic’s closure, SAD 6 board meeting and nepotism, the Kittery sewer controversy, Cat lease approved and Prince’s heirs in court….

morning-news-podcast

Monday, May 2, 201605/02/2016

5/2/16 Podcast Ryan Burrow

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Who says we live in a litigious society? Stacy Pincus has filed a class action lawsuit against Starbucks in Northern Illinois Federal Court claiming that because of the amount of ice Starbucks uses in their iced beverages, customers often end up with half of the amount of drink that is listed on Starbucks’ menus in fluid ounces. The suit alleges the coffee merchant is doing this purposefully to save on the amount of coffee they have to pour in the cup. And because the word “beverage” is defined as “a drinkable liquid,” and ice isn’t that, if you say 8oz, then you better use a bigger cup since you’re throwing in all that ice. One suspects she’s given a bartender or two a rough time on occasion.

Local Headlines

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Police Investigating Thefts find Teens Handcuffed Together

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Authorities in Maine say they found two car burglary suspects handcuffed together after an overnight crime spree.

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Parents get strange letter about missing son decades later

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A mysterious letter that was recently sent to a couple whose son disappeared nearly 40 years ago from Fort Kent, Maine, has rekindled police interest in the case.

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Hazmat crews respond to ammonia leak in Portland

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Hazardous material crews spent the morning cleaning up an ammonia leak in Portland.

National Headlines

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Democrats, seeking unity, give Sanders say in party platform

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The Democratic Party said on Monday it would give U.S. presidential contender Bernie Sanders a prominent say in writing its platform this year, a gesture that could ease tensions between Sanders' camp and party leaders, whom Sanders has accused of favoring rival Hillary Clinton.

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Hawaii could be first to put gun owners in federal database

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Hawaii could become the first state in the nation to enter gun owners into an FBI database that will automatically notify police if an island resident is arrested anywhere else in the country.

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Kicking the habit: Adult smoking rate in U.S. is falling fast

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The smoking rate among U.S. adults has been falling steadily for decades but the latest survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds the 2015 decline is the biggest in more than 20 years.

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States on Zika’s frontline see big gaps in funding, expertise

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In Mississippi, a small team of entomologists has begun the first survey of mosquito populations in decades. Experts do not believe the kind of mosquitoes most likely to carry the Zika virus are active in the state, but they cannot know for sure.