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WGAN News Special Reports

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Friday, May 31, 201305/31/2013

5-31 Burning Questions

Part four of the Burning Questions series, where Matt Shinberg discusses how to keep your kids from starting fires.

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Thursday, May 30, 201305/30/2013

5-30 Burning Questions Part 3

In part 3 of our special news series, Paul Allen looks at what local agencies are doing to prevent arson…

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Wednesday, May 29, 201305/29/2013

5-29 Burning Questions Part 2

In part 2 of our special news series, Dan Cole explores how the State Fire Marshal’s Office handles investigations.

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Tuesday, May 28, 201305/28/2013

5-28 Burning Questions Part 1

In Part 1 of our WGAN News Series “Burning Questions”, Frank Alosa updates us on the aftermath of the string of fires in Lewiston and how the city is recovering.

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Wednesday, May 1, 201305/01/2013

Jack Flagler, South Portland Century

Jack Flagler calls in to WGAN News from the scene of two explosions at the conclusion of the Boston Marathon Monday afternoon.

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Wednesday, May 1, 201305/01/2013

George Brown, 24/7 News

Frank Alosa interviews George Brown of 24/7 News, who was close to where the two explosions went off in Boston Monday Afternoon

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Wednesday, May 1, 201305/01/2013

Victoria Foley

98.9 WCLZ Morning Host Victoria Foley describes the scene following two explosions at the Boston Marathon Monday afternoon.

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Wednesday, May 1, 201305/01/2013

11/3 – Andrew Ian Dodge

Andrew Ian Dodge, US Senatorial Candidate, talks the Senatorial debate and politics with Ken and Mike.

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Gunman In Rite Aid Robbery Is Dead

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(WGAN) State Police are confirming that a gunman who tried to hold up the Rite-Aid in Camden Monday night is dead.

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SMCC, UNE Announce Partnership

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Southern Maine Community College and the University of New England have created a partnership that allows students to transfer their credits.

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Maine Airports to Get $5.8M in Federal Money

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WATERVILLE, Maine (AP) - Two Maine airports will receive $5.8 million in grants from the federal government for construction projects.

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Marijuana Doc Reprimanded in Maine

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A doctor who held a marijuana clinic at a hotel and failed to adequately document examinations has been reprimanded by the board that licenses physicians in Maine.

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Maine’s Problematic Crabs Dwindled in 2014

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Scientists say an explosion of invasive green crabs that threatens Maine's lucrative soft-shell clam industry appears to have tapered off, at least temporarily.