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Logging truck rolls over in Fayette

A logging truck rolled over on route 17 in Fayette Thursday morning.

Companies selected for MaineCare rides program

Maine officials have chosen three companies to provide non-emergency rides to patients in the Medicaid program.

Westbrook police bust underage drinking party

Westbrook police said they busted an underage drinking party Tuesday night and made two arrests.

Roads back open following Gorham gas leak

Two major roads have reopened following a gas leak in the town of Gorham Thursday morning.

Obama plays soccer with Japanese robot

President Barack Obama has some new high-tech friends

Red flag warning issued for York County, fire danger very high across Maine

The Maine Forest Service says fire danger is very high across southern and central Maine on Thursday.

Cold winter not slowing down tick, mosquito diseases

Tick and mosquito-borne diseases are on the rise, and the areas where people are getting the diseases are spreading.

Panel to release report on domestic violence homicides

The Domestic Abuse Homicide Review Panel will release its annual report Thursday.  The panel is made up of physicians, nurses, judges, law enforcement and victims.

Hazmat crews put skills to test

Hazmat crews from across Maine put their skills to the test on Wednesday at the annual Emergency Preparedness Conference.

Contamination fears prompt town to cut off water to several homes

People who live at a mobile home park in Richmond have been without water for two days because of fears sewage could contaminate the town's drinking water.