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Daily news stories for the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
Updated: 11 min 11 sec ago
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?
Students at more than 180 Maine schools are among the 3 million young people in 22 states to vet the tests.
Kerry stressed that Ukraine would have to be at the table for negotiations.
The Wildcats are headed to the Final Four to play Wisconsin on Saturday.
Fourth-seeded Michigan State’s seniors become the first four-year players recruited by Tom Izzo to fail to reach the Final Four.
She is remembered for her teaching, volunteer work and eccentric flair.
Beyond offering emotional suppport, coaches can help people navigate a complex hospital system.
The roundup of the women’s regional finals.
The Community Bicycle Center’s annual event allows the daring to race around the rink on modified skate bikes.
More than 1,400 police officers and Marines move in on the gang-ruled complex called Mare as the nation tries to secure Rio for this year’s World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Experts say building a nationwide system is now possible with new technology, but would be costly and take more than a decade to complete.
But one adjustment could help Republicans if the election is tight for the state’s 2nd Congressional District seat.
The state aims to save billions over the next 20 years.
Firefighters contain most of the small spill using absorbent booms.
Today’s storm comes to us courtesy of weather flowing north to south rather than west to east.