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Friday, September 11, 201509/11/2015

9/11/15 Podcast George Pataki

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Governor of New York during the September 11th attacks, George Pataki joins Mike and Jeremy Fischer to reflect on that day…

morning-news-podcast

Friday, September 11, 201509/11/2015

9/11/15 Podcast Mike Litterst

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Mike Litterst, the Public Affairs Officer of The National Park Service “Flight 93 Memorial” join Mike and Jeremy this morning for this commemorative episode of the show…

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Friday, September 11, 201509/11/2015

9/11/15 First Take

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On a commemorative 9/11 edition of the Ken and Mike show, Mike and Jeremy Fischer start First Take with the 14th Anniversary of 9/11, Patriots raise banner, Biden says
he’s unsure of a run for Prez, Clinton continues to lose ground, Portland car booting in private lots, Brennan calls min. wage hike “historic”…

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Thursday, September 10, 201509/10/2015

9/10/15 Podcast Julie Rabinowitz

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Maine Department of Labor Spokesperson Julie Rabinowitz joins Mike and Jeremy this morning to talk about the “Hire A Vet” Program….

morning-news-podcast

Thursday, September 10, 201509/10/2015

9/10/15 Capital Insights

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Every other Thursday after the 8AM News, former two-term Maine Governor John Baldacci joins the show. Today’s main topic revolves around LePage and the Charter Schools…

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Thursday, September 10, 201509/10/2015

9/10/15 Podcast Chris Hall

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Kicking off the 30th season of Eggs n’ Issues at the Holiday Inn by the bay, Chris joins Mike and Jeremy about the history of Eggs n’ Issues and what its purpose in the community is…

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Thursday, September 10, 201509/10/2015

9/10/15 Podcast Senator Roger Katz

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Talking about the OPEGA findings on LePage and Eves/GWH – Senator Roger Katz joins Mike and Jeremy Fischer this Thursday morning…

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Thursday, September 10, 201509/10/2015

9/10/15 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take, Podcasts

Jeremy Fischer and Mike open up this Thursday morning with – Portland City Council reverses and keeps tipped workers min. wage at 3.75, South Portland City Council approves 5 cent shopping bag fee and bans polystyrene. Are you ready for some football?! Pats raise the banner tonight vs. Steelers. Some southern Maine schools close because of heat yesterday, then Hillary slams Obama and the Appalachian Trail record setting hiker fined $500 for drinking on trail after setting record….

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Wednesday, September 9, 201509/09/2015

9 – 8 First Take

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Mike and Barry give you their First Take on the big topics of the day! http://media.soundcloud.com/stream/iOBpjY0GpRmY.mp3Podcast (ken-mike-podcasts): Play in new…

morning-news-podcast

Wednesday, September 9, 201509/09/2015

9-8 Jim Ryan

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ABC’s Jim Ryan joins to discuss the case of Kim Davis

Local Headlines

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Maine Sex Offender Charged with Assaulting Woman in her Home

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A convicted sex offender has been arrested on charges he allegedly sexually assaulted a Maine woman after pretending to be interested in a car she was selling.

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Ultralight Goes Down In Bethel

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BETHEL, Maine (AP) State police say the pilot of an ultralight airplane escaped without injury after crashing his glider into the Androscoggin River in Bethel.

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Hiker Found Dead In ’15 Survived At Least 26 Days

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AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) Documents show an Appalachian Trail hiker whose remains were found last year in Maine survived at least 26 days after getting lost. During that time, her texts went undelivered because of poor cell reception.

National Headlines

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Trump wins the Republican nomination for president

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Billionaire businessman Donald Trump has reached the number of delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination for president.

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TSA chief: Help is on the way to address long airport lines

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The head of the Transportation Security Administration said the beleaguered agency will add 768 new screeners by mid-June to deal with increasingly long airport security lines that have caused passengers to miss flights even before the busy summer travel season.

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Hundreds protest for $15 minimum wage at McDonald’s headquarters

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Hundreds of protesters marched through pouring rain to call for higher wages and union rights at McDonald's Corp on Wednesday, leading the hamburger chain to shut down its headquarters a day before its annual meeting.

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Funding battle begins with House bill on regulators, agencies

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The first shots in a political battle over funding for a range of federal activities rang out during a congressional subcommittee hearing on Wednesday, as Republicans and Democrats took opposing stances on a budget bill for financial regulators and other agencies.