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Maine's fall pheasant hunt starts WednesdayMaine's fall pheasant hunt starts WednesdayThe season starts on Wednesday.
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Senate rejects LePage UMS board nominee DenchSenate rejects LePage UMS board nominee DenchThe Democratic-controlled Maine Senate has denied one of Republican Gov. Paul LePage's nominees to the University of Maine System Board of Trustees.
- 7 hours, 57 minutes ago
Group says IFW using taxpayer money for bear referendumGroup says IFW using taxpayer money for bear referendumMainers for Fair Bear Hunting filed the lawsuit and want IFW to disclose their records to reveal its political activities.
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Turner man dies in motorcycle accidentTurner man dies in motorcycle accidentA motorcycle rider involved in an accident with an SUV on Route 4 in Turner has died.
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Suspects steal from 3 medical marijuana ops in 2 weeksSuspects steal from 3 medical marijuana ops in 2 weeksThieves have been targeting medical marijuana operations in Maine.
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Driver dead in early morning Bangor crashDriver dead in early morning Bangor crashBangor police are investigating an early morning fatal crash.
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Portland woman gets 9 months for embezzlementPortland woman gets 9 months for embezzlementA Portland woman has been sentenced to nine months in prison for embezzling more than $330,000 from a Chinese company that planned to invest in a Baileyville paper mill.
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Young death sparks larger conversation about depressionYoung death sparks larger conversation about depressionThe death of a 22-year-old from Wells has sparked a larger conversation at her former high school.
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Cutler slams LePage's GNP dealCutler slams LePage's GNP dealCutler said the state should have never become involved with the Cate Street Capitol deal.
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Police follow leads on officer impersonatorsPolice follow leads on officer impersonatorsState Police said they have a strong idea of who the three men are that stole medical marijuana and posed as officers.
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Portland cab company closes, blames LogistiCarePortland cab company closes, blames LogistiCareElite Taxi said LogistiCare owes them thousands of dollars. LogistiCare said they contractually don't have to pay yet.
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Maine's first snow shovel supplier opens for businessMaine's first snow shovel supplier opens for businessSurprisingly, there weren't any shovel producers in snowy Maine until Mt. Waldo Plastics.
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Supervalu, Albertsons disclose new data breachSupervalu, Albertsons disclose new data breachSupervalu supplies information technology services for Albertsons, Acme, Jewel-Osco, Shaw's and Star Market stores.
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Building frame collapses in Arundel injuring oneBuilding frame collapses in Arundel injuring oneA new building under construction in Arundel collapsed on workers, injuring an 86-year old man.
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State Theatre announces plans for outdoor concert venueState Theatre announces plans for outdoor concert venueState Theatre and Thompsons's Point announce plans to develop outdoor concert venue in Portland
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Video: Pit bulls attack neighbor's dogVideo: Pit bulls attack neighbor's dogNeighbors in Corrina are upset over pit bulls who they said are aggressive toward children and adults.
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Arrests made in Minot home invasionArrests made in Minot home invasionPolice said that more arrests are likely and this is an ongoing investigation
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Trimfoot recalls children's shoeTrimfoot recalls children's shoeTrimfoot "Children's Soft-Soled Sneakers" were sold in Macy's.
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Man dies after motorcycle crashMan dies after motorcycle crashFifty-year-old Kenneth Black died Monday evening after being treated at CMMS in Lewiston.
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Congress grills Secret Service on White House breachesCongress grills Secret Service on White House breachesAgency director is questioned about reports of numerous security missteps.
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Iowa couple's generous tip for 'bad service' goes viralIowa couple's generous tip for 'bad service' goes viralHusband, wife who used to wait tables give $100 tip for overworked waiter.
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Fall foliage - 2014Fall foliage - 2014Sumner
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Aroostook County man faces child porn chargesAroostook County man faces child porn chargesState police have arrested an Aroostook County man on child pornography charges.
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Drug take-back effort yields 19,060 poundsDrug take-back effort yields 19,060 poundsDrug take-back effort yields 19,060 pounds
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Afghanistan, U.S. sign long-delayed security pactAfghanistan, U.S. sign long-delayed security pactAbout 9,800 American troops will remain in Afghanistan past this year.
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Woman injured in single vehicle crash in St. AgathaWoman injured in single vehicle crash in St. AgathaState Police said there was a single vehicle crash on Main Street in St. Agatha Monday.
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Second female officer files suit against WestbrookSecond female officer files suit against WestbrookThe officer accused the city of sexual harassment, a hostile work environment and whistleblower discrimination.
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At least one Maine is excited about it being World Sake Day -- Dan Ford, the Founder and Brewmaster at Maine's first sake microbrewery.
Three Dallas Fire-Rescue paramedics and several emergency room workers at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital are off work and under observation after making contact with the patient now being treated for Ebola.
Senate rejects LePage UMS board nominee Dench
Police stop search for armed man in Gray
The first Ebola case in the U.S. was confirmed by the CDC Tuesday. The patient was diagnosed and is being treated at a Dallas hospital.
In a surprising move skipping Windows 9, Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled the next version of Windows - Windows 10.
A patient in a Dallas hospital has been confirmed to have the deadly Ebola virus, the Centers for Disease Control confirmed Tuesday.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed the first case of Ebola in a critically ill patient diagnosed at a U.S. hospital in Dallas.