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Daily news stories for the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
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Teen faces charges for crash that killed her passenger / Jury selection starting for Mainer forced to represent himself / Attorney general clears state trooper in shooting ... and more news from around the state.
Andrew Demers Jr., 73, tried to take his own life last month shortly before the sex abuse investigation got under way.
Theodora Kalikow says she is open to alternative plans for cutting the budget and will still eliminate about 35 staff positions.
The developer of Thompson's Point says he’s encouraged by negotiations as officials celebrate a ground-breaking.
Among the no-nos on the list are acting high and mighty and smoking or picking teeth in public.
A commercial real estate broker says the company has expansion plans and might not close locations.
The bill would have provided $1 million for a program for people who buy solar-powered systems.
A legislator says the proposal would give the Board of Corrections tools to combat inefficiencies.
The House Veterans’ Affairs chairman joins Rep. Mike Michaud on Friday and questions a loophole that missed an employee’s felonious past.
The Treasury Department has intercepted tax refunds to satisfy old debts to the government.
A University of Michigan team says exposure to light at certain times of day is key and they have the free app to help.
A court rules a man’s trial for obtaining 120,000 iPad users’ email addresses was held in the wrong city.
Supporters and foes of Obama’s signature legislation are convinced the law's fortunes will turn in their favor.
The prosecutor says an argument is the only reasonable explanation for why Oscar Pistorius shot his girlfriend.
The trial of a Palmyra man accused of murder is due to begin May 19.
Officers allege they found a lab while serving an unrelated search warrant
Knowing how long it will take to go from point A to point B will ease traffic, officials expect.
The canvas supporting Boston Marathon bombing victims and survivors has more than 70,000 signatures so far.
Bud Zumwalt helped reform the Navy, which is paying homage as the first new destroyer sets sail.
Arseniy Yatsenyuk goes on a charm offensive in his country’s southeast.