1. Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz were named the projected winners of the Wisconsin primary last night, giving Sanders his sixth straight victory and Cruz his fourth overall against competitor Donald Trump. (NYT)
2. The yearslong effort to rebuild Portland’s Hall Elementary School took a critical step forward Tuesday as local voters overwhelmingly approved a referendum to pay for the project. Rebuilding Hall Elementary will cost nearly $29.7 million. (PH)
3. Maine’s two biggest mountains normally don’t blow snow in April, but this has not been a typical year for snowmaking. Tuesday with temperatures starting in the single digits, both Sunday River and Sugarloaf ski areas were making snow. The two Mountains are the only two ski areas open in Maine. (PH)
4. Seven Patriots fans filed a suit Tuesday in Massachusetts against the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell on behalf of fans who they said were emotionally harmed by the NFL’s decision to revoke the Patriots’ first-round draft pick. The lawsuit accuses the defendants of fraud, negligence and emotional distress. (WMTW)
5. National Walking Day. Celebrated on the first Wednesday of April and sponsored by the American Heart Association, this day is meant to remind people about the health benefits of taking a walk. (Heart)
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