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Crews in Augusta prepare for first snow of season

The crews at the Augusta Department of Public Works were in full prep mode Friday afternoon ahead of what could be the first snow of the season.

Senate control hinges on turnout

Democrats are heading into next week's election facing tough odds and their chances depend almost entirely on whether they're successful in encouraging women and African-Americans to vote.

New Jersey gov coins term: 'Rancho Christie'

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie defended his verbal beat down of a heckler from earlier this week, saying he's not the kind of person to sit back and let people "be rude."

Portland doesn't hit 32 in October for first time on record

Unless Portland's temperature drops to 32 degrees before midnight, this will be the first October on record where the temperature did not drop below the freezing mark at the Jetport.

Lewiston hospitals to demonstrate Ebola preparedness

Two Lewiston hospitals say they are prepared for Ebola and will demonstrate their readiness on Friday.

Battle for Congress hits final stretch

The battle for control of Congress is entering a final, frantic five-day stretch that favors Republicans but has room for plenty of surprises that could determine which party will run the Senate.

Next generation door-knocking in war for votes in Iowa

The polls are tight, the ads are flooding the airwaves, the harsh rhetoric is rising, and the surrogates are stumping hard all over the state.

8-year-old tells NC Senate candidates to be nice

An 8-year-old North Carolina girl is sick of the heated Senate race where more than $100 million has been spent on mostly negative TV ads.

Lebanon crash kills 1

No name has been released for the man who died in a crash in Lebanon on Thursday night.

Lewiston fire damages building

The Red Cross is assisting the victims of a fire on Howard Street in Lewiston.