Gardiner Shooting Latest, Augusta Fire & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
A spring Nor'easter possible Friday according to centralmaine.com
Police say they're investigating a shooting death of two people in Gardiner that appears to be a murder-suicide and it's connection of a house fire in Sidney according to WGME. (more from centralmaine.com)
The so-called "red flag" bill would create a new court order that could take guns from people who are deemed a danger to themselves or others according to WGME.
Check out Castonguay Square's redesign according to centralmaine.com.
Augusta officials are investigating a fire Monday night at the concession stand off Piggery Road according to centralmaine.com.
The Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office warning of another scam and reminding people law enforcement officer don't call and try to work out a deal on the phone according to WABI.
Ayla Reynolds mom, Trista, will have another 60 days to try to find Justin DiPietro, Ayla's dad, to serve a the summons in her wrongful death lawsuit or the case could be tossed out according to WGME.
A proposal swap Columbus Day to Native Americans Day has received initial House approval in Maine according to US News.
Maine has reaffirmed Obama's health coverage protections into state law according to US News.
The Defense Department's list of projects that could be cut to fund President Trump's wall includes over $200 million at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard according to US News.
An independent candidate running against U.S. Sen. Susan Collins is raising campaign funds with a bottle drive according to US News.
State Police say a man apparently shot and killed his 14-month-old son before fatally shooting himself following a standoff in Presque Isle Sunday according to US News.