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Daily news stories for the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
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The Environmental Protection Agency is seeking comments on the proposal from the public.
Those who start applications but don’t finish them by midnight will be given extra time.
Apple won the first case, and now claims Samsung stole the ideas for more recent popular devices.
An indictment alleges Craig Sanborn, who opened a munitions plant in Brownville, fraudulently obtained $300,000 in grant money.
His letter about the planned Brunswick location comes just as a U.S. agency is set to decide on ordering a new impact study.
A large study in Sweden finds that a blood test with an electrocardiogram is 99 percent accurate in predicting which patients can be safely sent home.
Prices are 4.5 cents higher than they were a month ago, but 8.4 cents lower than at this time last year.
Regulators may raise catch limits on the voracious little shark, which competes with more valuable ocean species for food.
Fire Chief Eric Strout says high winds and icy roads made it difficult to fight the blaze, which destroyed the home on McIntosh Avenue on Sunday night.
Supporters are already seeking ways to blunt confrontations over expected premium increases and other issues.
The action follows Pyongyang’s announcement that it would conduct live-fire drills in areas north of the poorly marked Yellow Sea boundary between the countries.
At least 10 people in the Portland area encountered Mohamed Atta and his partner the night before the attacks, but only one is willing to be interviewed.
Deering High juniors looking to lower barriers to learning make a video to persuade the school board to weigh expanding access to busing.
The city will close Pine Grove Park while a forest management team thins the wooded area.
While experts struggle to define the search area, a young U.S. Navy air crew is determined to find the missing Malaysian plane.
The dangers are going to worsen and no one will be immune, says the panel in a report for world leaders.
Flood watch Monday / Man hit by car in stable condition / Kerosene spill near Old Orchard wetland ... and more news
Leonard Crocker suffered a heart attack and a woman helped save his life at the side of a road.
Heavy rainfall and melting snow may cause the Androscoggin, Saco and Kennebec rivers to reach flood stage on Monday.
With hefty fines and damage to its reputation at stake, why did the automaker wait so long to alert customers?