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Daily news stories for the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
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Alice Herz-Sommer dies in London.
The Swedish Olympic Committee says Nicklas Backstrom tested positive for a substance found in an allergy medication he has taken for seven years.
The 40-year-old band is unable to agree on which lineup should perform during the April 10 ceremony in New York City.
NBC used the Olympics to popularize streaming video, develop a cable sports network and launch entertainment programs.
Alexander Zubkov wins double bobsled gold for Russia.
Canada shuts out Sweden 3-0 for its third gold medal in the last four Olympics.
U.S. speedskaters were kept off the medal podium for the first time since 1984.
The number of people seeking treatment for opiate addiction has increased 15 percent since 2010; funding has decreased by 7 percent during the same period.
State wildlife managers have been tracking Maine’s black bear population since 1975.
Paul LePage is returning home a day early from the National Governors Association gathering in Washington, D.C.
The sweep clinches the top spot in the overall medals table for Russia.
The Bulldogs rally for a 70-60 win in the regional final and set up a showdown with Hampden Academy for the state championship.
Maria von Trapp is a member of the musical family whose escape from Nazi-occupied Austria was the basis for ‘The Sound of Music.’
The win gives the Nor'easters top seed and home court in the conference tournament.
Along the Kennebec River, operators report an inexplicable shortage of the once-teeming fish species.
Road conditions were a factor when a tour bus hit a tractor-trailer, police say.
Authorities say John Durkin, whose body is identified after being discovered Thursday in a railway tunnel, was hit by a train.
Today’s addicts are a consequence of years of access to prescription painkillers, an expert explains.
Opposition to domestic spying appeals to a range of congressional hopefuls, from progressives to tea partiers.