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Bellows, Collins spar over government shutdownBellows, Collins spar over government shutdownDemocrat Shenna Bellows accuses Sen. Susan Collins of voting for the government shutdown. Not so, says Collins.
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Lowe sentenced to 18 months in prisonLowe sentenced to 18 months in prisonA Maine woman convicted of manslaughter for being behind the wheel during a crash that killed two of her passengers was sentenced to 18 months in prison.
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Rare albino hummingbird spotted in OgunquitRare albino hummingbird spotted in OgunquitPhotographs of an extremely rare albino hummingbird have been captured at the Beachmere Inn in Ogunquit.
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APA: Congress St. one of 10 greatest streets in AmericaAPA: Congress St. one of 10 greatest streets in America"Congress Street is Portland's "Main Street," the peninsula's primary east-west commercial and transportation axis."
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Police identify two of three suspects in pot robberyPolice identify two of three suspects in pot robberyThe two suspects are 47-year-old Jeffrey Hurd and 35-year-old Scott Roberts. Both men are considered armed and dangerous.
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Sen. King endorses Cain in Maine's 2nd CD raceSen. King endorses Cain in Maine's 2nd CD raceIndependent Sen. Angus King endorsed Democrat Emily Cain in the race for Maine's 2nd Congressional District seat.
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George H.W. Bush finally receives JFK awardGeorge H.W. Bush finally receives JFK awardPresident George H.W. Bush has received his John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award from one of Kennedy's grandsons.
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Officials: Second person being monitored for EbolaOfficials: Second person being monitored for EbolaPotential second patient was in close contact with person whose diagnosis was confirmed Tuesday.
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All for the sake of sakeAll for the sake of sakeAt least one Mainer is excited about it being World Sake Day -- Dan Ford, the founder and brewmaster at Maine's first sake microbrewery.
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Man allegedly escapes from trooper's car in OtisfieldMan allegedly escapes from trooper's car in OtisfieldPolice said Maxx Noble is desperate and the public should avoid any contact with him.
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Fall Foods: Butternut squash risottoFall Foods: Butternut squash risottoChef Kevin Cunningham makes butternut squash risotto
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Fall foliage conditions around MaineFall foliage conditions around MainePeak leaf color with low leaf drop of less than 30 percent, from Fort Kent in the north down through Bangor in the central part of the state
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5 things you need to know Wednesday5 things you need to know WednesdayThe biggest and most buzzworthy news to start your morning.
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Police stop search for armed man in GrayPolice stop search for armed man in GrayPolice originally asked residents to stay indoors and to not approach the man.
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Ebola patient fighting for life at Dallas hospitalEbola patient fighting for life at Dallas hospitalThe 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.
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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.
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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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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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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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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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The largest year-round adaptive recreation program in the state of Maine for adults and children with physical disabilities.
The Kotzschmar Organ is back at Portland's Merrill Auditorium after undergoing a two year renovation that cost $2.5 million.
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Academy Award winning music composer Trent Reznor paired up with movie director David Fincher for a third time on 'Gone Girl.' The lead singer of the Nine Inch Nails says he doesn't want you to notice the movie's music.
A Georgia woman is battling a flesh-eating bacteria that's already taken parts of her arm and is threatening to take the rest. Her family says they don't know where she picked up the bacteria and may never know.