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An Orland man died when he went back into his burning home to get the family dog according to US News.

Out of the hundreds of welfare fraud allegations made last year in Maine,  only a small percentage end up being prosecuted according to US News.

President Trump's State of the Union last night many of the female Democratic women lawmakers from the House of Representatives wore white to celebrate 100 years of women having the right to vote according to US News.

Gov. Mill said her administration will work with lawmakers to create a bill that will allow for the legal sale of edible CBD products after some recent changes according to WMTW.

Gov. Mills is working to protect health care coverage for Maine families in the same way the Affordable Care Act has protections according to Newscenter.

Augusta officials still looking at buying streetlights and switching more-efficient LEDs according to

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