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Friday, July 26, 201307/26/2013

7/26 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

Mike is joined by Jon Hinck a local attorney and former Democratic State Rep – The Friday First Take covers Zimmeran Juror speaking out, Wiener’s sexting partner comes out, Portland school board delays 40 million dollar bond vote til 2014, Surveillance photos show Aaron Hernandez with a gun, Dogs on the beach in Scarborough and College

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Thursday, July 25, 201307/25/2013

7-25 On the Hunt

In Podcasts

Fox News military analyst, Col. David Hunt, joins for his segment, On the Hunt, to discuss his thoughts on the latest with Snowden, and more!

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Thursday, July 25, 201307/25/2013

7-25 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

The Thursday First Take covers the royal baby, George Alexander Louis, now named, updates on the Weiner scandal, another train crash, and more!

morning-news-podcast

Wednesday, July 24, 201307/24/2013

7-24 Aaron Katersky

In Podcasts

ABC’s Aaron Katersky joins to report on Weiner admitting to more explicit messages.

morning-news-podcast

Wednesday, July 24, 201307/24/2013

7-24 Eye on Politics

In Podcasts

Phil and Ethan join for an Eye on Politics on the Weiner sexting scandal, the Zimmerman verdict, and other issues from Augusta to Washington!

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Wednesday, July 24, 201307/24/2013

7-24 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

Ken and Mike’s Wednesday First Take covers an update to the Weiner sexting scandal, the British royal baby, new Canadian train rules, the latest in the Whitey trial, and more!

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Tuesday, July 23, 201307/23/2013

7-23 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

Ken and Mike’s Tuesday First Take covers the birth of the royal baby, Trayvon Martin rallies across the nation, the Pope continues his tour, and more!

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Monday, July 22, 201307/22/2013

7-22 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take

Ken and MIke’s Monday First Take covers immigration legislation, murders in Cleveland, LePage’s plan for Miss Maine, and more!

morning-news-podcast

Friday, July 19, 201307/19/2013

7-19 Bill Nemitz

In Podcasts

Bill discusses his latest article in the Portland Press Herald about how large retail stores are boycotting the Rolling Stones Magazine because Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is on the cover and how one local retailer, Longfellow Books, is giving consumers a choice of whether or not to buy the magazine.

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Friday, July 19, 201307/19/2013

7-19-13 First Take with Ken and guest host Arthur King

In Ken & Mike's First Take

295 is closed, Rolling Stone Magazine, Zimmerman, today’s weather is going to be Hot, Detroit goes bankrupt and House of Cards is the first internet emmy nominee

Local Headlines

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Bangor Man Gets 7 1/2 Years for Drug Charges

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BANGOR, Maine (AP) _ A Bangor man has been sentenced to seven and a half years in prison for distributing the synthetic drug known as bath salts.

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Police: Long Island Lobsterman’s Death Accidental

GENERIC INVESTIGATION

LONG ISLAND, Maine (AP) _ Maine state police say the death of a lobsterman who was found in a driveway outside his home was accidental.

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Police: 18-Year-Old Murder Suspect Attempts Suicide

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ALFRED, Maine (WGAN) – York County Sheriffs say 18-year-old Dylan-Lee Collins jumped off a second level landing at the York…

National Headlines

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Does your state have a ‘miserable’ Thanksgiving?

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If you live in Ohio, Iowa, or Maine, your Thanksgiving might be more 'fight' than 'festive.'

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Obama seeks to build Congress support for immigration reform

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The changes could allow as many as 5 million undocumented people to come out of the shadows and into American society.

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Minivan crash tests: Toyota tops, Nissan, Dodge poor

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Four of the top-selling models were crash tested and only one faired well.

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Lawmakers want auto workers to report faulty parts

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Senators plan to introduce legislation to encourage employees to report information on faulty parts to federal authorities.