Gas Prices Down, Augusta Man Held Shotgun on Neighbors and Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
Maine health officials have confirmed the state's first human case of West Nile virus in Cumberland County according to US News.
Lawmakers will take up Gov LePage's bills to overhaul the child welfare system and several caseworkers and experts warned it could make things worse and some issues unaddressed according to US News.
After being hospitalized for 'discomfort' on Saturday, Gov LePage was released from EMMC yesterday and is planning to be back in his office this week according to US News.
Gas prices in Maine was down slightly in Maine, to $2.82 a gallon. The national average is $2.83 per gallon and is 46.9 cents per gallon higher than a year ago according to US News.
An Augusta man was arrested after he held a shotgun on his neighbors according to centalmaine.com.
The Somerset Career Center has moved from Skowhegan to its new home at KVCC in Fairfield according to centralamaine.com
Maine has joined 15 other states in asking the Supreme Court to rule that companies can fire people based on their sexual orientation and gender identity without violating federal laws according to centralmaine.com.