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Teen crashes car into Scarborough storefront

A teenager hit the gas pedal instead of the brake, sending the care through the front of Lois’ Natural Marketplace.

Portland police identify man fatally shot by an officer outside Subway

Chance David Baker, 22, was shot on the sidewalk outside a Subway sandwich shop on St. John Street, according to the Portland Police Department.

Portland police shoot man at Union Station Plaza

Portland police shot a man who reportedly was wielding a BB gun.
A car crashed through a storefront in Scarborough after a teen driver hit the gas pedal instead of the brake Saturday morning.

Teen crashes into Scarborough storefront

A car crashed through a storefront in Scarborough after a teen driver hit the gas pedal instead of the brake Saturday morning.

No charges expected in fatal snowmobile crash in Buxton

A local woman was killed on her snowmobile in Buxton after she was struck by a car.

One killed in Buxton crash involving snowmobile

Dispatchers said Rankin Road is closed at this time.

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CMP continues to chip away at southern Maine power outages

About 3,700 Mainers in the southern part of the state were still without power Friday morning.
Protesters gather at the University of Southern Maine's Portland campus before a talk on immigration by Rep. Lawrence Lockman.

Right-wing lawmaker’s hard line on immigration met by protesters at USM

Lockman’s supporters and detractors intermittently booed and baited each other throughout the hour-long event.
There is a boil water notice for many residents of Portland after a water main break Thursday night on Preble Street. This is a Portland Public Works map indicating who should boil their water.

Boil-water order issued following water main break in Portland

Fast-moving water could be seen flowing down Preble Street after a water main broke Thursday night, and Portland Public Works is asking many residents on Munjoy Hill to boil their water as a precaution.
Casco Bay High School English teacher Ekhlas Ahmed appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday at the invitation of host, Ellen DeGeneres. During her appearance on national television, Ahmed spoke about how the show helped her learn English when she came to America as an teenager with her family, refugees from the war in Darfur, Sudan.

Maine teacher appears on ‘Ellen DeGeneres Show,’ says show helped her learn English

Ellen DeGeneres presented Ekhlas Ahmed with a $22,000 check from Shutterfly, a web-based image publishing service, to pay off her student loans.
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Norwegian tourist who threatened to kill Portland police officers gets 15 months

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