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DETROIT (AP) — A small herd of cattle from Michigan State University was recently slaughtered with two goals: boosting the amount of locally produced food on campus and creating a system of tracking beef from the farm to the plate. Animal...
Tags: Hormones and Metabolism
JACKMAN, Maine (AP) — A logging truck has crashed into a western Maine home, sending logs rolling into the house and killing a 5-year-old boy. Somerset County Sheriff Barry Delong said the truck was passing through Jackman, Maine, near the Canadian...
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A one-armed horseman is asking Maine lawmakers to allow amputees like him to carry switchblade knives. Paul Dumas Jr. of the Maine town of Mexico says that with only one arm, he can't react quickly enough in emergency...
FREEPORT, Maine (AP) — Clothing and outdoors retailer L.L. Bean is upping the ante when it comes to free shipping by waiving shipping fees, all the time, with no minimum order. Maine-based Bean, which announced the strategy Thursday, joins Zappos....
Tribune Staff WriterNILES — Holding signs that read "Stop the attack on the middle class" and "We are Wisconsin," a group of about 100 people gathered at Veterans Memorial in Riverfront Park Tuesday afternoon to protest what they call anti-union bills being proposed...
BIRD-IN-HAND, Pa. (AP) — An interstate food fight has broken out over the whoopie pie Maine legislators want to designate the creamy cake-like snacks as the state's official treat, with origins dating back to 1925. Hands off, say bakers in...
YAPHANK, N.Y. (AP) — Authorities on New York's Long Island say that they have identified three remaining bodies found near a beach and that it may be the work of a serial killer, after all. Officials in Suffolk County say the bodies belonged to...
WATERVILLE, Maine (AP) — Maine Gov. Paul LePage has changed his plans and attended a Martin Luther King Jr. Day breakfast just days after saying critics of his decision to skip other holiday weekend events could "kiss my butt." LePage attended the...
Tags: Executive Branch, Government, Paul LePage, NAACP, Politics
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The governor of Maine had been criticized by the state's NAACP for his decision not to attend any of the group's Martin Luther King holiday events this weekend. And now, he's created more of a flap by his response to that...
YARMOUTH, Maine (AP) — A lawyer for O.J. Simpson says in new document that evidence of Simpson's innocence was held back in the 1995 trial in which Simpson was acquitted in the murder of his ex-wife and her friend in Los Angeles. F. Lee Bailey...
NEW YORK (AP) — A lost hoodie here, a forgotten backpack there. In Justin Bieber's case, an open fly on the Grammy red carpet! What's with teens and brain fog? Parenting teens and tweens can sometimes feel like kindergarten redux, except...
DEXTER, Maine (AP) — A prosecutor in Maine says a man who shot to death his two children and estranged wife before killing himself kept a holstered 9mm handgun on his bedpost and once threatened to take a knife to his wife and do things "you wouldn'...
Tags: Lawyers, Justice System, Crime, Law and Justice, Murder, Crimes
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