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As the controversial Central Maine Power project slogs forward, the previously competing Northern Pass transmission line proposal landed in New Hampshire's Supreme Court Wednesday.

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AUBURN, Maine - A Maine man is no longer fighting extradition to Alaska to face charges that he raped and killed a woman there more than 25 years ago.

PORTLAND, Maine - Maine's two U.S. senators are joining with colleagues in an effort to take away a barrier for American farmers who want to sell products to Cuba.

PORTLAND, Maine - Members of the Maine timber industry are pushing back at a proposal against aerial spraying of herbicides in the state's forests.

PORTLAND, Maine - A lawyer for the father of a missing Maine toddler who couldn't be located to be served a lawsuit says the man is living and working in California.

A federal judge in Maine has been appointed to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in Washington, D.C.

WINDSOR, Maine - Dozens of busloads of students are headed to the Windsor Fairgrounds in Maine to learn about agriculture and livestock.

BOSTON - The recreational fishery for a species of fish that has experienced population collapse in recent history could reopen.

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For the first time in 50 years, there is regular bus service between Farmington and Lewiston.

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A legislative committee gave tepid approval Wednesday to a measure that could effectively kill Central Maine Power's controversial proposal for a high-voltage transmission line through western Maine.

Maine once again ranks among the top five states in the U.S. for hospital safety, according to the latest scores from the Leapfrog Group.

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A bill establishing one of the more aggressive vaccination laws in the country is now one step closer to reaching Democratic Gov. Janet Mills after a vote in the Maine Senate on Tuesday.

PORTLAND, Maine - A consultant hired to analyze Maine's proposed legal marijuana laws says the state should be careful to make sure the rules shrink the black market for the drug and provide help for people with substance use disorder.

SIDNEY, Maine - Maine farmers aren't major exporters to China, but that doesn't mean they're immune from a trade war.

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A bill requiring the state’s Medicaid program and private insurers to cover abortion services has cleared the Maine Senate.

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