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firsttake

Thursday, August 6, 201508/06/2015

8/6/15 First Take

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Dennis is in for Ken this morning while he’s at his class reunion. This morning’s topics include Debate night for the GOP Presidential candidates, Fatal hit and run in York/fatal accident involving young teen driver in Harpswell., LePage calls for heroin summit, Guy getting into cars in Portland on Forest Ave and Riverside, Brady emails/Deflategate and Hills’ emails

morning-news-podcast

Wednesday, August 5, 201508/05/2015

8/5/15 Podcast Aaron Katersky

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The first GOP primary debate will take place Thursday night and ABC News Radio will have full coverage. But before then Aaron Katersky, who will be in Cleveland on Thursday and Brad Mielke, whose been with the candidates in NH, will be available to answer your listeners’ questions in the hours leading up to the first of what is promising to be a busy and very colorful debate season.

morning-news-podcast

Wednesday, August 5, 201508/05/2015

8/5/15 Eye on Politics

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Focusing on the upcoming national debate for the GoP candidacy, Matt and Jeremy join Ken and Mike this morning and every Wednesday after the 8 AM news…

morning-news-podcast

Wednesday, August 5, 201508/05/2015

8/5/15 Podcast Mary Bruce

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If Vice President Joe Biden were to announce his run for the presidency tomorrow, he would be doing so with little or no support from his own party. Many Senate Democrats have already openly declared their support of Hillary Clinton, and some, when asked, sang the vice president’s praises without actually saying they would endorse his run.

firsttake

Wednesday, August 5, 201508/05/2015

8/5/15 First Take

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On this morning’s First Take, the Republican debate field set, Collins criticized for PP vote; Jeb and Hillary trade tweets, FBI to investigate Hillary emails, NOM has another legal set back then Dems to rename Jefferson-Jackson dinner and Bat boy accident leads to ban…

morning-news-podcast

Tuesday, August 4, 201508/04/2015

8/4/15 Podcast Bruce Johnston

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Singer, Songwriter and Producer for the classic Surf-Rock band The Beach Boys, Bruce Johnston joins Ken and Mike this morning to discuss the upcoming concert on the Maine State Pier on August 13th…

morning-news-podcast

Tuesday, August 4, 201508/04/2015

8/4/15 Podcast Mary Bruce

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In an emotional appearance at a press conference yesterday, comedian Amy Schumer spoke of the two women who were shot to death during a screening of her movie, “Trainwreck,” and asked lawmakers to support a gun control bill sponsored by her second cousin, U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer. The legislation would try to improve a flawed background check system by creating monetary incentives for states that submit a robust amount of information to the federal database used to block sales to people with criminal records or a history of serious mental illness. And in the Senate, the procedural vote to defund Planned Parenthood…failed
The bill to defund Planned Parenthood. would have moved forward the effort to strip the women’s health services non profit of 500 million in federal funding.
GOP leaders…upset over recent covert videos apparently showing planned parenthood employees discussing the illegal sale of fetal tissue.

morning-news-podcast

Tuesday, August 4, 201508/04/2015

8/4/15 Podcast Brad Mielke

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A big night in New Hampshire, as 14 GOP candidates squared off in a candidate forum. This was their final chance to make an impression before Fox announces who will participate in its Thursday debate. Brad Mielke was there; he’ll tell you what happened, and how the campaigns are spinning the candidates’ performances.

morning-news-podcast

Tuesday, August 4, 201508/04/2015

8-4 Podcast Trey Hardin

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Every Tuesday after the 7AM news, ABC New’s political analyst Trey Hardin joins Ken and Mike. Today’s main topic is discussion on viable presidential candidates…

morning-news-podcast

Tuesday, August 4, 201508/04/2015

8/4/15 Podcast Scott Goldberg

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On Monday, Princeton Review released it’s 2015 rankings of the Top Party Schools in the country. Topping the list was the University of Illinois. But make no mistake; it’s not all about partying for these students. The school stakes claim to 23 Nobel Prize winners and tech prowess that contributed to the creation of YouTube, Netscape, Java and LED. Rounding out the top five party schools are, in order: The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Bucknell University in Pennsylvania and last year’s No. 1, Syracuse University in New York. Scott has more on the Princeton Review rankings, which go beyond just top party schools. It rates the “Best 380 Colleges”.

Local Headlines

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Wardens ID Young Swimmer Found Dead in Mattawamkeag River

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Maine wardens have identified the youngster who died in the Mattawamkeag River in Penobscot County.

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Police: Maine Man Dies from Apparent Drowning in China Lake

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Police say a 74-year-old man died from apparent drowning in China Lake in front of a family member's property over the weekend.

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Maine DEP Commissioner is Stepping Down

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Maine Environmental Commissioner Patricia Aho is stepping down after four years to work for Sen. Susan Collins.

National Headlines

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Arctic chills, messy energy politics await Obama in Alaska

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Shrinking glaciers, Arctic temperatures and a mix of messy energy politics await President Barack Obama as he begins his historic trip to Alaska.

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As Common Core results trickle in, initial goals unfulfilled

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Overall scores are higher than expected, though below what many parents may be accustomed to seeing.

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U.S. considering sanctions over Chinese cyber theft

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Suspicions that Chinese hackers were behind a series of data breaches in the United States have been an irritant in relations between the world's two largest economies.

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Better forecasts may help avert repeat of Katrina disaster

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The science of predicting hurricanes has come a long way since Katrina caught New Orleans officials off guard 10 years ago.