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  • Cops & Courts

    Court document details how Alaska State Troopers tracked down murder suspect in Maine

    More than a quarter-century after a Native Alaskan woman was brutally slain in Fairbanks, authorities say they used the latest in DNA technology to identify her killer in Auburn.

  • Cops & Courts

    A lesson from mistrial: Forensics can be more art than science

    The judge in Noah Gaston's murder trial has given the chief medical examiner a month to explain his change of opinion.

  • Bill Nemitz

    Bill Nemitz: Maine’s chief medical examiner keeps himself busy

    Dr. Mark Flomenbaum also owns Lincoln Forensics LLC, a private consulting firm he's operated since 2012.

  • Schools and Education

    Racist incident at Kennebunk school grows into wider conflict

    Rosa Slack, a former teacher at the school, files a complaint, saying the district retaliated after she accused them of not adequately backing her up.

  • Local & State

    As suicides and fatal overdoses climb, grief swells for Maine families

    In March, the Center for Grieving Children will host a conference that focuses on supporting them.

  • Outdoors

    Sebago derby’s anglers break ice – but no records

    Maine's largest fishing contest lures more than 800 fishermen with a $100,000 prize for landing a larger togue than the 31.8-pounder snagged in 1958.

  • Local & State

    Maine’s whooping cough cases more than doubled in January

    The state has the highest pertussis rate in the country.

  • Restaurant reviews

    Dine Out Maine: Precise cooking, happy surprises and perfect balance earn Hugo’s 4 1/2 stars

    A new chef recalibrates the Asian-esque, New American restaurant.

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