1. The US Coast Guard has recovered “presumed” human remains on the seafloor near the Titan submersible debris, ten days after it went missing. Medical professionals will conduct a formal analysis of the presumed human remains. (HP)
2. Asylum seekers staying at the Portland Expo protested living conditions at the facility yesterday. They say they have limited access to food and showers, and they sleep on makeshift beds. Asylum seekers said people are sick and medical help is hard to come by. (NCM)
3. The Goodwill store in Falmouth was evacuated Wednesday after someone donated a grenade to the store. The store was cleared. Police later determined the grenade was not live, and had been deactivated. (WMTW)
4. Gov. Janet Mills has pledged to sign an agreement on a two-year state budget that would include paid family and medical leave, and cut income taxes for retirees. Maine would become the 13th state to implement mandatory paid leave to workers who need time off to care for family members or themselves. (PH)
5. It’s National Camera Day… The day commemorates photographs, the camera, and their invention.
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